34 Crombie Street, Clayfield, Qld 4011A RESTORED worker’s cottage in Brisbane’s inner city that’s over 120 years old has sold for $1.27m.Camden House, which was listed as having been built in 1893, sold on Thursday.The four bedroom, three bathroom, double car space house at 34 Crombie Street, Clayfield, has a pool and was also in the high-demand Ascot State School zone, according to Amanda Butler and James Campbell of Butler+Co Estate Agents.“The current owners have beautifully and lovingly renovated it to reflect today’s relaxed lifestyle and its location,” was how they marketed the two level home.The owners had paid $293,000 for the property in 2001, and the land alone was valued at $650,000 mid last year. An open plan was created. A thoroughly delightful entry.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago The owners put a lot of work into restoring the old home. Great work on the bathroom.Among its features was a large entertainer’s deck complete with wet bar, formal sitting room, master bedroom with his and her walk-n robes and ensuite, home office and water feature.“A short walking distance to local parks, various schools and public transport routes, this home offers the family buyer everything they need in a tightly held pocket of Clayfield. “The polished timber floors, VJ walls, traditional fretwork and original light switches all in pristine condition will impress even the most discerning buyer.” The modern kitchen opens up to the veranda via a servery window.Clayfield is classified as a high demand market with 541 visits per property compared to the Queensland average of 327. Its median house price for four bedders was $1.275m, just $50,000 more than the current sale.The suburb has seen its median house price rise a massive 39.6 per cent in the past five years, with homes selling within two months of being listed. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Classic charm.