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The Biggest ever Block renovation

The Oslo Hotel – at 38 Grey Street, St Kilda – is a sprawling Neo Georgian property built by an unknown architect around 1859, and was originally a row of five, three-storey terrace houses. During this time, the St Kilda region was home to Melbourne's elite, and Grey Street was one of the grandest addresses in the city.

Since then, the region rapidly declined - becoming known as the city's red-light district. The Oslo's current façade – with porch, balconies and arches – was added to the building sometime during the early 20th Century.

Brenchley Architects took the challenge to bring the Oslo Hotel back to life.

Property Photographs from listings

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