Dark timber floorboards; pressed metal feature walls; high-end marble accents; and a killer-view of Melbourne, sounds mighty appealing right! These are just some of the stand-out features of the lofty warehouse apartment that was home to Nina from Offspring for the first few seasons. If you’re a fan of the show you’ll love having a sneak peek inside, and even if you haven’t managed to catch an episode you’ll no doubt appreciate the features of this residence in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick which sold in June 2012 for $1,012,000.
Dining, living and kitchen.
Herringbone flooring and marble work surfaces in the stunning home office.
Galley style kitchen with dark-stained timber flooring, white joinery and dark benchtops.
Master bedroom with more of that beautiful pressed metal.
Balcony looking out over magical Melbourne.
A classic, timeless bathroom with crisp white subway wall tiles and composite marble floor tiles.