The Deal

248 Ferrars Street,

3 Bed

3 Bath

1 Car

For Sale via private negotiation

Inspections by private appointment only, please contact Lana or Callum directly to arrange a time.


A Victorian heritage façade paired with contemporary upgrades to create a home without compromise — how very South Melbourne.

Walking from the hum of Ferrars and Dorcas, privacy is immediate as soon as you step inside from the tiled porch. High ceilings meet modern details, like fresh paint and new carpets, but it’s the custom American Oak shelving throughout the home that takes the spotlight.

A kitchen built to be stocked by the market’s delicacies, there’s a premium European induction cooktop, rangehood, oven and dishwasher — with Liebherr integrated fridge and freezer and marble benchtops. A natural blend into the casual living on this floor, it’s adjacent to the paved garage, fit with tailored barbecue space.

Heading up carpeted stairs, the master bedroom is made up of 180 degrees of breathtaking views, storage from a walk-in and a built-in robe, ensuite, and a private balcony. The second and third bedrooms are built for solitude and versatility with a built-in robe in one and vast sunlight in the other.

The grandiose brief for the main bathroom with a two-person bath, however, all bathrooms and ensuites are clad in the same moody marble. Continue upwards for your own private retreat, with new polished flooring, city views from all angles, a powder room, and a rooftop deck for chilled vino as the sun sets in the west.

This is the quintessential Melbourne location; all bases are covered. The Railway Hotel, sitting on your block, will be your steak night local, breakfast scones from Woodfrog, and every convenience from Clarendon Street. The 96 tram is a few minutes away, but so is the 1 tram — just a little further down Ferrars Street. Schools and childcare are aplenty, restaurants are in abundance, and it’s a neighbourhood you walk through with a quiet sigh of aspiration.


Progressive design means catering to families of all types with three separate living zones, traditional design is knowing that eventually, you’ll all come together for dinner. See you on the rooftop.