Collingwood church conversion sold

Collingwood church conversion sold
Collingwood church conversion sold

A Collingwood church conversion has become the most expensive house to sell in Melbourne’s inner north.

Owner-architect Ilana Kister’s house sold for an undisclosed figure between $5.8 million to $6.38 million, its price guidance range.

Ilana Kister spent two years converting and extending the church which Nelson Alexander Fitzroy selling agent Arch Staver confirmed had achieved the highest figure paid for a single dwelling in an inner-north suburb.

The Herald Sun suggested the inner north’s benchmark reported house price had been the $5.22 million fetched by 1032 Drummond St, Carlton North in June. But it’s understood a Fitzroy property had recently sold off market for a figure above that.

The church was built in 1874-75 in a Gothic Revival style.

It operated as the Holy Virgins Protection Russian Orthodox Church from 1958.

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