Overlooking Melbourne’s historic Fitzroy Gardens, The Terrace at 250 Albert Street sets a new benchmark for luxury living. Retaining its history yet offering a unique contemporary home, this is restored heritage at its finest, just steps from the city.

  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Car Spaces
The Terrace, Kitchen
The Terrace, Living
The Terrace, Master Bedroom
The Terrace, Cellar Bar
The Terrace, Ensuite Bathroom

The Terrace, Kitchen

The Terrace interior exudes its own personality, blending classical details with a modern twist.

Clean lines and ample natural light emphasise the elegant proportions of the original rooms, which have been opened up to cater to comfortable modern living and entertaining. Modern additions like the new, contemporary staircase complement the original archways, cornices and deep skirting boards.

View From First Floor
View From First Floor

A rich history

The Terrace epitomises graceful, Victorian-era architecture. The thoughtfully restored iron lacework, bay window and tessellated tile verandah reclaim its prestigious heritage.

260 and 262 Albert Street were once home to two classical Renaissance villas, designed by Architects Crouch and Wilson.

Dating back to 1871, the two-storey terraces were once occupied by the families of lime merchants, but 262 Albert Street was demolished to make way for the Masonic Centre. 260 Albert Street still stands today, proudly reimagined as The Terrace.

Referencing East Melbourne’s esteemed past, The Terrace has been refurbished with scrupulous attention to detail. Stripping the house back to its true form lets the original features shine, while the rich colour palette both distinguishes the house and contributes to the suburb’s distinctive character.

Albert Street and Fitzroy Gardens, circa 1960

Albert Street and Fitzroy Gardens, circa 1960

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For more information, please contact:

Stephen Bowtell
0455 038 022