18 Flour Mill Way, Summer Hill, NSW, 2130
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Immediate amenities and facilities located within close proximity to the Mungo Scott Building in Summer Hill include:
Lewisham West Light Rail Station (80m)
Summer Hill Train Station (750m)
Bus Services to Sydney CBD (250m)
Parramatta Road (800m)
Lewisham Train Station (850m)
New M4 Motorway (2km)
Lewisham Public School (700m)
Christian Brothers' Lewisham (700m)
Petersham Public School (850m)
Eileen O'Connor Catholic College (950m)
Trinity Grammar School (1.5km)
Fort Street High School (1.6km)
Newington College (2.7km)
Harvest Park (30m)
Summer Hill Village Shops (700m)
SUPA IGA (750m)
Cadigal Reserve (900m)
Petersham Park (1.3km)
Woolworths & ALDI (1.4km)
Sydney CBD (6.3km)
From an industrial district to a thriving community, Summer Hill’s grand transformation is one of the most impressive in Sydney’s Inner West. Summer Hill has experienced rapid gentrification similar to the likes of Newtown and Marrickville, characterised by the large representation of highly educated and skilled young professionals who thrive on local amenity and finding an identity within their surrounding community. Cafes, restaurants, wine bars, pubs, gourmet providores, clothing and vintage furniture stores line the streets. Parks dotted throughout make this a very favourable location to live, work and play.
Situated just 6.3km* from Sydney CBD, Summer Hill has become an increasingly popular suburb for residents and businesses alike
due to its proximity to the city, access to transportation and recent development of the Flour Mill of Summer Hill.
Summer Hill is well connected to both the Sydney CBD and Western Sydney. The Lewisham West Light Rail stop sits adjacent to The Mungo Scott Building, and services the Inner West from the Sydney CBD to Dulwich Hill. Not only serviced by the Light Rail network, both the Summer Hill & Lewisham Train Stations sit only a short walk away. There are also regular buses through Old Canterbury Road and nearby Parramatta Road taking passengers to the Sydney CBD via the RPA Hospital and University campuses.
The precinct has 50 allocated underground car spaces in the adjacent Granary building.
Summer Hill’s famous Mungo Scott building in the Flour Mill of Summer Hill precinct has been an icon of Sydney’s inner west skyline for nearly 100 years. It was first opened in 1922 by Australian miller, Mungo Scott Ltd and used as a processing facility for wheat until 2009.
The internationally-acclaimed design firm, HASSELL, oversaw all architecture, interior design, urban planning and landscaping aspects of the revitalisation project. Whilst the residential developments are completely new, the Flour Mill’s rich history is still engrained in the precinct.
Concrete silos and significant heritage buildings have been retained and reused to keep the cultural integrity and character of the area, with the Mungo Scott Building being the landmark feature of the precinct.
Urban Developer Industry Excellence, Development of the Year -
New Communities (2019)
Australian Urban Design Awards – Built projects Local and
Neighbourhood Scale (2019)
NSW AILA Architecture Awards for Urban Design (2019)
The revitalisation of Summer Hill has created a charming village of contemporary homes close to Sydney CBD. Capitalising on its own light rail stop and positioned just a short walk from two train stations, the Flour Mill precinct will continue to grow as a major hotspot in the Inner West in both residential and commercial markets.
Originally constructed by Mungo Scott flour millers in the early 1920s, the famous Flour Mill of Summer Hill was a fully operational milling and storage facility. The site was originally chosen for its strategic location along the goods line constructed during World War I (now the Inner West Light Rail), which connected Wardell Road and Darling Harbour. The Flour Mill has been owned by various companies over the years with Mungo Scott first establishing the mill. Goodman Fielder later increased its capacity with the construction of the iconic silos in the 1950s before Allied Mills took control until end of operations in 2009.
Over the past 10 years, the joint venture between EG Funds Management and Daiwa House Australia has given new life to the heritage industrial site, transforming it into a key residential and commercial precinct in Sydney’s Inner West. The 2.5 hectare* parcel of land now comprises 360 new apartments and townhouses across 11 separate buildings, all positioned around a centralised plaza and community park.
Iconic six storey building DA approved for Commercial and Retail use, hours and fitout.
Historic building with modern restoration works - a beautiful blend of old and new.
NLA of 3,501sqm* plus 50 secure basement car spaces.
Right on the doorstep of the Light Rail network and a short walk from two train stations.
Unique creative spaces range between 88sqm – 420sqm* and are adaptable to a range of purposes.
Mungo Scott Building is located approximately 6.3km from Sydney CBD and less than 20km to Paramatta CBD.
The Mungo Scott Building presents an outstanding opportunity. Engulfed in rich history, the landmark building is a stunning factory restoration that perfectly blends the old with the new.
Its original structure and historic items sit alongside modern fit outs and mechanical services. The building offers endless possibilities; ready for immediate occupation and ideal for creative businesses, neighbourhood services, or a company headquarters.
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