PHOTO: Plastic surgeon Michael Miroshnik has sold his Vaucluse home for $38 million.
The designer Vaucluse home of plastic surgeon Michael Miroshnik has been quietly for sale for about a year but finally a man who makes prestigious dunny rolls has paid $38 million.
A caveat on the title for 2 Fisher Ave shows Sunny Ngai, whose family makes Quilton toilet paper, did a deal on September 20.
One report has put the price paid for the three-level home designed by Kaintoch Design Studio at more than $35 million but another source believes it to be the higher figure.
“The buyer was royally stitched up,” the source said. “So almost $40 million and it’s not even a waterfront!”
CoreLogic records show the original four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on an 1100 sqm block was bought for $7.15 million in 2014 with a DA lodged a year later for a new dwelling estimated to cost $262,797. The building cost evidently blew out way beyond that.
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