Bowen House, Richmond's first Cobb & Co coach house sells

Bowen House, Richmond's first Cobb & Co coach house sells
Bowen House, Richmond's first Cobb & Co coach house sells

Bowen House, Richmond's first Cobb & Co coach house, has sold for $2 million after auction.

It sold through Biggin & Scott agents Andrew Crotty and Chloe Kimball at the vendor's reserve after passing in under the hammer.

Built in 1871, the freestanding Victorian landmark at 7 Bowen Terrace comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a basement level.

It last traded for $575,000 in 1998 and was bought by a young family.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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