13-17 Norfolk Square, London
A Grade II Listed freehold property comprises three adjoining Georgian-style terrace townhouses. This six-storey building was built around 1840s is one of the properties around Norfolk Square Gardens that have been converted from residential townhouses to small tourist hotels. Since then, the area has been developed and is heavily commercial with numerous hotels, restaurants and retail units. Strategically located in a quiet square of London Borough of Westminster in Paddington, the property is approximately three (3) miles west of central business London which makes it easily accessible from City Business District via public transport such as London Underground, busses and taxis. The close proximity to London Paddington Station provides access to Overground rail services to Heathrow Airport, Reading, South West, West of England and Wales and, Underground rail services on the Circle of Hammersmith and City and, Metropolitan lines.
30 Greville Street, London
A freehold property, arranged over seven-storey building with commercial space on the ground and basement floor. This property was built in central London within the area known as the “Jewellery Quarter” in 2007. The area which is close to the City of London surrounded predominantly by jewellery retailers and workshops as well as other retailers, office spaces and some residential uses. The property is well connected to the rail routes with Farringdon Station and a number of local underground services nearby connecting to the rest of the Capital including Farringdon itself on the Central Metropolitan, Hammersmith, Chancery Lane and St Paul’s on the Central Line.
17-19 Prince’s Square, Bayswater, London
A freehold property and a Grade II Listed terrace within the Bayswater conservation area. The Victorian-style building which comprises three (3) interconnecting units of six-storey mid terrace was converted into boarding houses and hotels in the early 20th century. The property is situated within walking distance from the Notting Hill boutiques and shops, and the world known Portobello Market which is famous for its antiques, crafts, galleries and cafes. The location provides easy access to the Knightsbridge and West End Boutiques as well as Westfield, Europe’s Largest Shopping Centre. Prince’s Square is ideally located close to several top restaurants, West End theatres and clubs. It is also a short walk from Kensington Park and Hyde Park, and easily accessible from City of London via public transports such as buses, taxis, and underground train.
746 Swanston Street, Carlton, Melbourne
A twelve-storey single unit building known as Unilodge@Melbourne was constructed in 1960 located in Carlton, Victoria, approximately two kilometres to the north of CBD Melbourne.
Surrounding properties within the vicinity are mainly residential, commercial and institutions comprising apartment buildings, shop offices, university campus and a private medical centre.
The property occupies an excellent location directly opposite the University of Melbourne and also within the vicinity of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, CATL Design School, Australian College of Sports, Holmes Institute, Melbourne School of Fashion, Central Queensland University, Melbourne Food & Beverage Academy, Commercial Art Training Centre, LaTrobe College of Art and Design and Charles Sturt University. This has indeed made the property an ideal use as students’ accommodation facility.
7-13 Dudley Street, Caulfield East, Melbourne
A five-storey building with a two-storey commercial retail block (annexed) was built in 2012, situated within a locality known as Caulfield East, Victoria which is approximately 10 kilometres to the southeast of Melbourne CBD.
Developed within the vicinity of established residential, commercial and institutional areas, the subject property is strategically located within five minutes’ walk to Monash University Caulfield Campus, ten kilometres from Melbourne’s city centre on Dandenong Road (Princes Highway), fifteen minutes trip to Melbourne CBD and about hundred metres from Caulfield Railway Station. These sought after amenities have always attracted students studying at the university to find an accommodation in the area.