Converted warehouses showcase industrial chic

We love a conversion, especially when said conversion involves a warehouse or factory being transformed into a stunning home.

From redbrick beauties with names etched on top to Art Deco wonders, here are a few of our favourite warehouse apartments around the country.

The epic warehouse at 198-200 Australia Street, Newtown, is a classic example of chic warehouse living. Picture:

The conversion on Australia Street, Newtown, proves that with the right additions a warehouse can be transformed into an incredible dream home.

With around 900sqm of internal and external living space, including a private central courtyard with an in-ground swimming pool, there’s certainly room to spread out.

The seven-bed, four-bath home enjoys soaring ceilings, timber beams and walls of louvre windows.

Inner-city Darlinghurst warehouse apartment

7/99 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, is everything a chic inner-city apartment needs to be. Picture:

This apartment showcases exactly what’s great about quality warehouse conversions. It features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, double-height glass, 4.4m ceilings and a prime north-west aspect, plus city views.

It’s perfect for those that love the rustic beauty of older buildings.

Industrial beauty in Broadmeadows

The brick and iron building at 8 Teralba Road, Broadmeadows is 814sqm. Picture:

This huge home in Broadmeadows, NSW, is an epic space for any family – or group of families – to spread out, and it’s proof there’s beauty to be had in even the most unassuming warehouse.

With nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms, all spread across five air-conditioned studio apartments with garage parking for three cars, there’s no limit to what you could create in this home.

City living in Collingwood

11/115 Oxford Street, Collingwood, features a spiral staircase to lust over. Picture:

It’s not hard to see why warehouse living is like a magnet for anyone that loves to be close to the action.

This spectacular heritage home combines authentic historical details with an elegant modern aesthetic. Designed for large-scale living and entertaining, and distinguished by soaring ceilings and abundant natural light, the home features four bedrooms.

Definitely, one to check out if you’re looking for industrial-chic inspiration.

Sumptuous Sydney converted warehouse

5/1 Printers Lane, Darlinghurst, is something special on the warehouse conversion scene. Picture:

Edgy warehouse conversion stylings feature heavily in this light-filled space in Darlinghurst.

Soaring ceilings with exposed timber and steel beams create that iconic style that warehouse conversion lovers can’t get enough of.

Fantastic warehouse facades

46-52 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, is a classic warehouse conversion. Picture:

It doesn’t get more iconic than these converted warehouse-style penthouses right in the heart of Sydney.

Scandi-chic warehouse living

Step inside these gorgeous light-filled spaces in Sydney’s Leichhardt.

3/1 Hubert Street, Leichhardt, is how you do warehouse styling right. Picture:

With house-like proportions, sleek European aesthetics and a vibrant village address you’ll be living the converted warehouse dream in no time.

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Industrial-chic warehouse living

301/1 Layton Street Camperdown is a brand new apartment right on the edge of Sydney’s CBD. Picture:

According to the listing, this stunning transformation sits within the former Grace Brothers repository.

A dramatic apartment exudes modern industrial chic with its exposed beams and polished concrete floors.

Lovers of this style will certainly be inspired by these stylish interiors.

Historic Sydney warehouse apartments

915/133 Goulburn Street Surry Hills is right in the heart of Sydney’s Surry Hills. Picture:

This urban pad is set in one of Sydney’s most popular locales, where everything you’d ever need is right at your doorstep.

A renovated kitchen featuring Smeg appliances, stone bench and a split-level layout with floorboards throughout are just the beginning of this cool city home.

Marvelous Melbourne converted warehouse

45/7 Drewery Lane Melbourne takes in epic city views. Picture:

If you’ve always dreamt of living in a warehouse among the skyscrapers, then this place could be perfect for you.

Split over two levels with a large balcony on each, this place is in a truly special spot right in the centre of town.

The first floor features timber floors, two bedrooms with built-in robes, a central tiled bathroom, a separate laundry and large storeroom.

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Residential warehouses

For a really unique exterior warehouse conversion, you can’t go past this place on Abinger Street, Richmond.

5/82 Abinger Street, Richmond, is not your average warehouse conversion. Picture:

Built in the 1920s, this former factory has been converted into eight boutique homes.

Enviably located a stone’s throw from Bridge Road’s popular cafes, restaurants and transport, and within easy walking distance of the Yarra River’s beautiful paths, the MCG and the CBD, you’ll never be at a loss for weekend activities.

Beachside warehouse conversions

Love city living but still want to be close to the beach?

5C/9 Beach Street Port Melbourne has an industrial soul but is located in the heart of a laidback, beachy suburb. Picture:

With the rustic charm of its c1890 warehouse origins and a spectacular location directly opposite the beach, this apartment provides access to all the bayside lifestyle amenities you could want.

Curved walls and dark parquetry floors create an inviting first impression to this stunning two-bedroom home.

Brand new warehouse conversion in Melbourne

If you’re after something really special in the way of a warehouse conversion, then you need to check out the new apartments at The Foundry.

185 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne is a brand new development. Picture:

Industrial-chic crafted interiors and robust, raw material palettes are mixed with a refined modern touch.

Black bolted steel and joinery work together to reflect the craftsmanship of local blacksmiths while celebrating vast views across the city.

Industrial style doesn’t get more cutting edge than this.

A beautiful Brisbane warehouse conversion

38/436 Ann Street, Brisbane, is a top warehouse conversion choice for Queensland buyers. Picture:

Situated in a 1930s converted warehouse in Brisbane’s ‘The Manhattan’ building, this special apartment has been fully renovated to accentuate the space’s natural charm and character.

Quality finishes and luxe warehouse styling in this city-centre apartment. Picture:

Positioned on the top floor of this historical building, the converted residential warehouse features stunning high ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors and large windows overlooking Brisbane.

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