Brisbane’s best warehouse conversion?

THIS swanky new listing with Ray White Spring Hill at 264A Water St, Spring Hill was designed by architect Yuri Dillon. It’s a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer.

Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Behind the original ornate façade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential.


The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence.

The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler’s pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.

The home offers multiple unique sleeping quarters with the upper-level dedicated to the master suite complete with walk-in robe, ensuite and private courtyard. The back end of the home boasts an apartment styled living option with a spacious bedroom, ensuite, second living area, private courtyard and your own personal entrance.

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This stunning family home is conveniently located between Spring Hill and the Fortitude Valley, just 2kms from the Brisbane City CBD. An eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants, boutique retail stores and entertainment venues are all within walking distance, while a range of services and amenities are within easy reach.