Sold Properties in Coburg, VIC 3058

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5/1 Chambers Street,Coburg VIC

Unit Sold

Sold for $656,500

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18/23 Baxter Street,Coburg VIC

Apartment Sold

Sold for $447,000

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2/78 The Grove,Coburg VIC

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Sold for $565,000

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13/203 Nicholson Street,Coburg VIC

Apartment Sold

Sold for $410,000

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125 The Avenue,Coburg VIC

House Sold

Sold for $980,000

House Sold by Barry Plant Coburg in CoburgHouse Sold by Barry Plant Coburg in Coburg
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23 Linsey Street,Coburg VIC

House Sold

Sold for $1,090,000

House Sold by Jellis Craig Brunswick in CoburgHouse Sold by Jellis Craig Brunswick in Coburg
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76 Clarendon Street,Coburg VIC

House Sold

Sold for $1,025,000

House Sold by Nelson Alexander Coburg in CoburgHouse Sold by Nelson Alexander Coburg in Coburg
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163 Ohea Street,Coburg VIC

House Sold

Sold for $920,000

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