Restored 1910 Huntleys Point riverfront Clifton listed

Restored 1910 Huntleys Point riverfront Clifton listed
Restored 1910 Huntleys Point riverfront Clifton listed

Maxwell Lane, the veteran gemologist, and wife Carol Lane are downsizing from Clifton, their restored 1910 Huntleys Point riverfront estate. 

They've been there 34 years since they purchased a mostly sandstone house in 1981 for $475,000 from the Dunphy family.

They later purchased the adjacent block from the Bassett milk vendor family adding a tennis court and underground 10 classic car collection garage, with underfloor heating. 

Maxwell started Gemtec in 1971, but began in the wholesale diamond industry in 1965. 

Over $8 million, a suburb record, is expected by Tracey Dixon of McGrath Hunters Hill at the November 14 auction of the 1922 sqm Huntleys Point Road offering.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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