Tina Arena sells Fitzroy terrace following campaign relaunch

Following a campaign relaunch, entertainer Tina Arena has sold a historic, part-bluestone terrace in vibrant Fitzroy (pictured), for a speculated price of over $1.6 million.

The Kerr Street property passed in at auction on September 9 on a $1.75 million bid.

Last week, Jellis Craig selling agents Rob Elsom and John Morello scheduled another public sale for October 21.

Instead, a buyer secured the keys earlier this week paying an undisclosed price.

The guide price was adjusted between the two campaigns – the upper price guide was reduced from $1.8 million to $1.6 million.

Ms Arena undertook some minor renovations after paying $1.38 million for the home in 2015 – the same year she was entered into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

It has been reported the 49-year old singer, who will soon return to the stage playing Eva Peron in Evita, has relocated to Melbourne’s inner south.

In June, Madman Entertainment co-founder Paul Wiegard banked $4.9 million – a Fitzroy suburban price record – for a historic and fully renovated home at 43 Gore Street. Kay & Burton’s Gowan Stubbings, Grant Samuel and Darren Lewenberg brokered the deal for Wiegard’s 1850 double-storey terrace known as Fitzroy House.

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Marc Pallisco

A freelance property writer and experienced analyst, Marc is the co-founder of realestatesource.com.au