Insurerbuild partners emerge as $9.6 million Portsea buyers

Insurerbuild partners emerge as $9.6 million Portsea buyers
Insurerbuild partners emerge as $9.6 million Portsea buyers

Stuart and Nicole Patterson, founding partners of Pattersons Insurerbuild, Australia's largest specialised insurance repairer, have emerged as $9.6 million buyers in Portsea.

The weatherboard house had been a holiday home for the Langford family for more than seven decades. 

The family is descended from Clements Langford, a noted master builder and philanthropist.

He was involved in the construction of the spires of St Paul’s Cathedral in the city.

Set on a 1,410 square metre clifftop parcel, the original family home comprises three bedrooms, a bunk room, open plan living with fireplace and a verandah with sea views.

Liz Jensen and Gerald Delany from Kay & Burton Portsea sold the property. 

Stuart Patterson is the managing director of the company that was founded in 1996. 

The Pattersons city home is a luxury Toorak mansion that cost $15.6 million in 2016. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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