Gordon House Circa 1883
Designed by noted architect William Pitt and built by theatrical entrepreneur George Coppin in 1883, Gordon House is a veritable oasis oozing period charm with exposed brick work. The symmetrical facade is derived from Gothic, Romanesque & renaissance architectural styles.
Located at the Paris end of town the building is surrounded by theatres, cafes and restaurants all at your doorstep.
This property is both unique and sought after offering the discerning buyer the comforts of 1 bedroom, small kitchen and bathroom with a large north facing window overlooking the pool area and providing ample natural light throughout the apartment.
The building offers a calm central courtyard, outdoor heated pool, BBQ area and cafe.
If you are looking for a small but cosy City pad you would be proud to call home or an investor looking for a secure quality investment in one of the best known heritage buildings in Melbourne, then you must pencil this in for an inspection.
For inspection please call Richard on 0437 250 964