Buyers have the opportunity to purchase a piece of award-winning history as the heritage listed Mackays Aerated Waters Factory at 36/14 Money Street in Perth hits the market for $739,000. Mackays Aerated Waters Factory is a double-storey brick and iron building that has cultural heritage significance to Perth and is a recognised landmark to the community.
The mixed-use development office is being marketed by Ray White Commercial (WA)’s Tom Jones and Director Stephen Harrison.
Mr Jones said the chic 135sqm office comprises of a split-level footprint boasting a functional open-plan layout including a separate boardroom and kitchenette.
“The asset is in the beautiful London Plane tree-lined street and not only oozes charm and character, but offers a high level of sustainability and environmentally friendly features,” he said.
“To complement, the landmark building has an approved café usage at the front of the property, and that’s an element that’ll certainly appeal to a multitude of buyers. “The location is also a real drawcard as the asset is surrounded by a number of eateries, cafes, gyms and bars.”
Mr Jones said Mackays Aerated Waters Factory was established in 1928 and has since gone through a stunning award-winning transformation.
“There is real history here. The building took out the Gerry Gauntlett Award* at the 2012 Western Australian Heritage Awards,” he said.
“The mixed-use development is an outstanding example of a sustainable adaptive reuse project that preserved, enhanced and interpreted the industrial heritage of the site. “There are major sustainable features such as a 10kw communal power system, solar gas boosted hot water system, rainwater harvesting and the ability to install a designated 5kw system for private office use.”
*WA Heritage Award Winner – Category 10 – Excellence in Adaptive Reuse: The Gerry Gauntlett Award.