Former Marrickville home of boxing trainer Johnny Lewis passes in $300k less than guide price

Former Marrickville home of boxing trainer Johnny Lewis passes in $300k less than guide price
Title TattleDecember 7, 2020

The former matrimonial home of legendary boxing trainer Johnny Lewis was passed inn at weekend auction after being listed by his ex-wife Ingreed Rojas.

It was passed in at $2.5 million, after having a $2.8 million price guide for the 1900 renovated house in Marrickville.

There were two bidders, with an opening bid of $2.2 million.

Former Marrickville home of boxing trainer Johnny Lewis passes in $300k less than guide price

The four bedroom Federation home, which sits on a 441 sqm holding overlooking Enmore Park, is now for sale at $2.55 million.

The property became solely owned by Ms Rojas in early 2017 having been bought by the couple in 2007 for $955,000.

Lewis has worked with six world champions over his career, most notably Jeff Fenech and Kostya Tszyu.

 

 

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