• Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Barbecue
  • Built In Wardrobe
  • Dishwasher
  • Garage
  • Internal Laundry
  • Kitchen



Available Lots: 2

Download Scorecard: 91/100  

Bedroom Bathroom Garage
2 1 1
Rent Return
Rent Weekly:
$445 – $705
Rent Monthly:
$1,928 – $3,055
Rent Yearly:
$23,140 – $36,660
Rental Yield Return:
Property Details
Total Lots:
Build Time-frame
Start Date:
End Date:
Land Registration:
Est. Council Rates:
$2,496 – $2,496
Est. Body Corporate:
$2,867 – $2,867
Trust Account Details
A/C Name:
Baker & McKenzie Law Practice Trust Account
013 017
A/C No:
8364 75225



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*Please be advised that some lots/units may need confirmation of availability. Kindly ensure to check availability first by emailing or phoning us* Completed Project Volaire is a striking ten storey apartment building thatenjoys captivating panoramic views across Melbourne. Only 1.3km from Melbourne’s CBD, Volaire is located on the doorstep of North Melbourne railway station. Key bus links run regularly to Royal Children’s and Royal Melbourne Hospitals and Melbourne University. Iconic Melbourne retail& hospitality precinct Errol St, North Melbourne is within 13 mins walk. The building itself is designed to house bespoke ground floor retail for ultimate convenience. Volaire comprises 154 apartments, a grand entrance plaza,generous communal lounge & garden with sweeping views. Basement car parks and storage will be accessible via security coded lifts. Volaire is located on an island site which is bound by Ireland Street to the north, Dryburgh Street to the east and Railway Place to the south-west. The site has a frontage o Ireland Street of 56 metres, a frontage to Dryburgh Street of 55.5 metres and a frontage to Railway Place of 85.56 metres. To the north of the site is No.118-126 Ireland Street, the Railway Hotel is a Heritage Listed Victorian-era building that houses apartments and one ground floor retailer. Also to the north of the site is No.108-110 Ireland Street, a six storey residential building currently under construction.On the opposite side of Dryburgh Street is 2-20 Dryburgh Street, which houses a large single storey rendered brick warehouse. It is built to the street and the building foot printcovers the entire block bound by Dryburgh, Ireland, Abbotsford and Adderley Streets. Further east along Ireland Street is a mix of single storey terrace dwellings and converted residential ware houses which range in height from single to four storeys. The entrance to North Melbourne train station is at the south western corner of the site.
  • ID: 4600
  • Published: July 4, 2021
  • Last Update: July 4, 2021
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