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Annandale warehouse conversion hits market with price guide of $5.5 million

By Taylor and Partners Reception

A stunning warehouse conversion, once home to the late artist Fred Cress, has returned to the market for the second time in just over three years.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom Annandale home has hit the market with a price guide of $5.5 million, well above the $4.275 million that records show Fred’s son, The Block co-creator Julian Cress, sold it for back in 2018.

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Publication: domain.com.au

Author: Kate Burke

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