Brisbane radiologist's Ascot home passed in at auction

Brisbane radiologist's Ascot home passed in at auction
Brisbane radiologist's Ascot home passed in at auction

The Ascot home of Brisbane radiologist Dr John Fenwick and his interior designer wife Christin was passed in at recent auction through Ray White agent Matt Lancashire and Alma Clark from Alma Clark Real Estate.

The home, set on a 1,315 square metre triple block, was listed just eight months after buying it.

Their late 2017 purchase at $3.5 million was a savvy one, as the Californian bungalow had traded at $500,000 more in 2016.

The Fenwick's prior Ascot home, dubbed Brisbane's most beautiful Queenslander, fetched $7.6 million in 2017 through Lancashire.

The Fenwick's had plans to turn the current offering into their dream home, but have decided on relocating elsewhere.

It has four bedrooms, a wine cellar, sauna room and a salt-water tiled swimming pool.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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