Millers Point terrace passed in

Millers Point terrace passed in
Millers Point terrace passed in

A property in Millers Point, not part of the NSW Government sell off, was passed in this week.

It was passed in at auction on a vendor bid of $1.9 million for the 1882 Kent Street home.

The middle terrace in the revived three Carlson Terrace row was built in the Italian villa style of architecture.

The 99 sqm offering is located at the door of Observatory Hill and offers harbour views over Darling Harbour and Barangaroo from its rooftop terrace.

The home with elaborate parapet and cast iron roof balustrades has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a granite kitchen and walled courtyard.

Di Jones listing agent Elodie Fabre is still negotiating with a few buyers.

The home previously traded for $910,000 in 2008 before the renovation.

The property was privately owned when they purchased and it was before the Labor, the Liberal governments started releasing the other properties.

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Government Auction Heritage Listing

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