Artist Melinda Marshman buys Paddington terrace

Artist Melinda Marshman buys Paddington terrace
Artist Melinda Marshman buys Paddington terrace

The cardiac surgeon David Marshman and his wife, artist Melinda have bought in Paddington for $4,215,000.

It was the terrace of UBS’s equity capital markets banker John Spencer and his wife Kate who are off to their $4.5 million Woollahra purchase.

Their new Hargrave Street acquisition (above) has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a 1,000 bottle wine cellar and a parterre garden.

The Marshman's sold their Surry Hills warehouse last weekend for a residential record of $7.95 million.

Spread across three levels, the 1850 Marshall Street warehouse cost $5.71 million in 2012 when bought from sculptor Gaby Porter.

The Hare & Klein decor fitted 780 sqm warehouse had a price guide of $7 million.

The figurative painter has an exhibition set for October 8 at the Robin Gibson Gallery.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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