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former arnhem ceo george clapham lists northwood home

Written by The ReReport

The Northwood home of George and Lisa Clapham is on the market with a $5 million guide.

FORMER CEO and founding partner of Arnhem Investment Management, George Clapham, and wife Lisa, are selling their Northwood property after calling it home for 13 years.
The couple purchased the home in 2005 for $2.125 million, according to CoreLogic. It is now listed with Belle Property Lane Cove’s Simon Harrison and Kim Walters with a $5 million price guide.
The couple now plan to downsize with all three children having left the nest.

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“We both grew up in the country so living in a waterfront property with magnificent views of Greenwich bushland has been such a joy,” Mrs Clapham said.

George Clapham of Arnhem Asset Management, at his offices in Sydney.Former Arnhem Asset Management CEO George Clapham.

Mr Clapham has worked in finance for most of his life. He has previously worked for Bankers Trust Australia and ABN AMRO Asset Management Australia.
The 1200sqm block has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and views of Woodford Bay.
Mrs Clapham said the home is located next to the well known Northwood Groups of artists.
“We are both very interested in art, so to live next to where the well known Northwood Group of artists lived and to look at the exact landscapes they painted has always been rather special,” she said.
The group consisted of famous Australian artists Roland Wakelin, Lloyd Rees, George Lawrence and John Santry.

Real EstateThe home takes advantage of the views.

Real EstateThe property has a large outdoor deck.

The group derived its name from the suburb of Northwood, where these four painters lived from roughly 1940 until 1960.
Features of the home include a large entertainer’s deck, CaesarStone kitchen and a glass fenced swimming pool, as well as a fireplace in the living room.
The Cliff Rd home is a few minutes from Northwood ferry wharf, city buses and Lane Cove Village.
It is scheduled to go to auction on November 24, unless sold prior.


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