Harp of Erin Hotel, Abbotsford apartments sold for $1.72 million by mortgagee

Harp of Erin Hotel, Abbotsford apartments sold for $1.72 million by mortgagee
Harp of Erin Hotel, Abbotsford apartments sold for $1.72 million by mortgagee

The former Harp of Erin Hotel now converted to two apartments has been sold by mortgagees in Abbotsford for $1.72 million.

It was sold by Andrew Simondson and Julie Susnjara from Collins Simms.

Located at 22 Park Street, it features a duo of two bedroom apartments both with separate entrances.

There is a large backyard, generous first floor terrace and city skyline view.

It is set on a 286 square metre lot.

The agents marketed the property has having significant potential.

The substantial Victorian building retains high ceilings, period detail and modern enhancements.

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It is close to Victoria and Smith Streets' restaurants and shops, Yarra River parkland/trails, Convent Arts complex, Melbourne's sports precinct and the CBD.

The suburb's median unit price sits on $540,000, according to CoreLogic. 

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Abbotsford Mortgagee Sale

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