Grand scale and murmurs of a rich history are imprinted into this warehouse conversion. Originally a chocolate factory and then fashion designer, Norma Tullo’s textile warehouse, this unique home boldly displays its history across every room with its original soaring windows and ceilings varying from intricately ordained coffined ceilings to steal beams and cast concrete. Choose between the grand marble foyer or enter directly from your private cobble stone courtyard to an elevated and expansive open plan living / dining / kitchen with a classic monochrome palette that’s big enough to host all your friends. Kitchen with stainless steel bench tops, black granite splashbacks and stainless steel Euro appliances (gas stove and dishwasher). Also comprises a huge master bedroom with ensuite and second double bedroom with a modern central bathroom with bathtub, both with BIR’s, separate laundry room, wood venetian blinds, subtle panel heating throughout, undercover basement parking for one via Waterloo Place as well as permit parking for occupiers. Set behind a secure, gated entry, this classic conversion retains its large cobbled central yard - perfect to sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the communal garden fountain and tall silver birch leaves rustling in the wind. Emerge from peacefull Tullo Place to bustling Bridge Road for all of Richmond’s best offerings – an easy stroll to restaurants, bars, Citizens Park, train and tram options.