Stockbroker Tudor Warrawee trophy sale

Stockbroker Tudor Warrawee trophy sale
Stockbroker Tudor Warrawee trophy sale

The chairman of the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse cancer centre, company director Doug Snedden and his wife Belinda Clark have sold in Warrawee, seemingly securing their desire of more than $5 million.

The 1930s home designed in the stockbroker tudor style by architect John Brogan had been bought by the couple in 1999 for $2,325,000 from the ASX chairman Roderick Holliday-Smith and his wife Margaret.

Scott Chadwick, of Chadwicks Real Estate, sold the 1800 sqm Pibrac Avenue property that comes with tennis court and pool.

Professor Chris O'Brien was a surgeon who achieved national recognition as a compassionate surgeon in the reality television series RPA.

His vision and leadership built the foundation for the O'Brien Lifehouse institute specialising in the treatment of cancer.

O'Brien, diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2006, fought the illness until he passed away in 2009.

His wife Gail continues to play a key role in supporting her husband's vision for Australia to have its own world-class comprehensive cancer care facility.

Gail recently sold the family home in Hunters Hill through Narelle Scott at Bresic Whitney who offered the listing with $4.5 million price guidance. 

Paying $3.1 million in 2002, the couple had traded up to the north-facing 1177 square metre property overlooking the Lane Cove River from nearby Ernest Street.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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