88 George Street

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 car spaces

Once called the Imperial Hotel, this Victorian building was converted to the Redfern Hotel in 1935. The layers of architecture tell a story. It's now a large city residence, with DA approval for studio building and ground floor kitchen.

  • Zoned B2 for mixed use possibilities
  • Pub converted to art gallery then home
  • Ground-level living, 2 apartments above
  • Can be sectioned off or used as a whole
  • Courtyard roller door access plus rear LUG
  • Dual kitchens creating flexible top level
  • DA approved plans available for studio space
  • Basement space & keg room preserved
  • Historic freestanding 319sqm city block
  • Corner position facing north/north east
Get to know Redfern

For urban suburbs on the rise, this is the benchmark. High-rise apartment blocks are changing the look of the place while a community spirit lives on. It’s refining its tough edges with every terrace home revamp and warehouse conversion. Perfectly positioned, experience city living with a suburban feel. Urban. Rejuvenation. Redfern.

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