Two-level Carlton terrace sold

Two-level Carlton terrace sold
Two-level Carlton terrace sold

A two-level Carlton home, listed for sale at $2.3 million, has been quickly sold.

The 100 Barkly Street terrace was significantly rebuilt in the 1890s with an elaborate baroque façade, but had previously been an 1850s cottage owned by Patrick Costello, the great-great grandfather of high profile descendants, brothers, Peter and Tim Costello.

It last sold in 1984 at $80,500.

It was once the home of Di Gribble, the late publisher.

Agents Nicholas West and Charlie Barham from Nelson Alexander secured the sale.

According to CoreLogic, the suburb's median house price is $1.47 million. 

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian.

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