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Opulent City Living in Vibrant Melbourne Location

316/57 Spencer Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Price Guide of A$3.4 - A$3.6 Million 3 Beds 3 Baths 228 SQM
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Melbourne’s Central Business District is one of Australia’s most established and vibrant communities with all of life’s amenities at its doorstep. The suburb has a median unit price of A$425k with properties sitting on the market for an average of 81 days.

The Victorian Railways Office Building, which this apartment resides in, is one of Melbourne’s landmark historic buildings. Built in the Renaissance Revival style by James Moore in 1893, it reflects the booming conditions of its time and the importance of the rail system during late 19th century Australia.

Today, the home presents a prime opportunity to embrace city living within one of Melbourne’s most iconic historical buildings in the heart of the CBD. Perfect as a permanent principal city residence, city escape, investment or exclusive upmarket accommodation venture.

Situated in the CBD of one of the world’s great cities – Melbourne. At your doorstep is the Collins Street financial and corporate district, leading art galleries, entertainment venues, food precincts, high-end shopping strips and arcades, sporting grounds, the Yarra River and South Bank Complex plus magnificent parks and gardens.

From the moment you enter the building’s front portico, you are greeted by a wide sweeping staircase, tessellated tile flooring, high ornate columned arches and soaring ceilings. This leads directly to the elegant apartment.

The two-storey residence features an entry foyer that opens to an open-plan living and dining area and connecting kitchen area that seamlessly combines form and function.

The master bedroom boasts an ensuite and dressing room with soaring ceilings and original period features. Upstairs, the second bedroom leads off to a separate living area and study and also features an ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe. A third additional bedroom located downstairs offers views of Melbourne.

A swimming pool, spa, sauna, gymnasium, courtyard, library plus dining and bar facilities at the Grand Hotel Melbourne, are all available within the exclusive building.

The price range for this exceptional and historically significant apartment is set at between A$3.4 and A$3.6 million.

Melbourne Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$425,000 Median Unit Price
  • – 27.83% Average Annual Growth
  • – 37,975 Population
  • – 26 Average Age