131 Lord Street, Richmond, VIC 3121 | Jellis Craig

131 Lord Street, Richmond

More than an address, an identity

The former Richmond fire station, integral to the landscape since c1893, has functioned with notable success as a residence since 1966. Today, the unique character and evocative originality of this iconic building offers the luxury of fantastic freedom to define its future. Beautiful proportions, high ceilings and traditional floorboards contribute to the charisma of seven entirely adaptable principal rooms that are complemented by a substantial north facing kitchen/meals area and functional bathrooms on both upstairs and downstairs levels. The fire station's engine bay, former stables and exceptional outdoor surroundings add to the sense of spectacular potential that accompanies this classical structure and an allotment that features significant second frontage and access from Newry Street. 'Blank canvas' has rarely looked more beautiful than it does in the case of this landmark - ideally poised to deliver sensational ongoing rewards between Bridge Road and Swan Street.
Sale in conjunction with Colliers International - Hamish Burgess and Bryson Cameron.


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