Room for Sale - Sir Anthony Mason Chambers


Sir Anthony Mason Chambers has a large, well-appointed room for sale. The room is newly fitted out with an abundance of built-in floor-to-ceiling storage as well as a main robing-cupboard, a second smaller robing-cupboard and an internal refrigerator draw. All storage is concealed, giving the room a very spacious feel. Lighting, with dimmer switches, is recessed into the ceilings.

The room has a north-east facing aspect with impressive views over Hyde Park, St Mary’s Cathedral and the harbour. An extensive glass front offers an abundance of natural light. Floor to ceiling roman blinds over the glass provide both shade and privacy when required. Additionally, a private exterior door opens from the room onto an east-facing terrace, providing fresh air when wanted.

The room has an adjoining anteroom suitable for a secretary/personal assistant or reader. The anteroom is also suitable as a workspace thereby enabling the main room to be a used as a conference room, or, subject to floor approval, can be sub-let to defray expenses.

The room would be most suited for a Senior Counsel or senior junior.

Sir Anthony Mason Chambers is a well-established floor located in the Tattersalls Building on Elizabeth Street, mid-way between the Law Courts Building to its north and the John Maddison Tower/Downing Centre to its south. The Workers Compensation Commission/CARS assessment rooms are a walk across Hyde Park. The floor consists of three Senior Counsel and 16 Juniors, with practices spread across a broad range including commercial, equity and common law.

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A conference table with six chairs and a number of other items of furniture are also available for separate purchase if needed.

If you require further information or would like to arrange an appointment to view the room, please contact the floor’s clerk John McNamara on 9373 7400 or at

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