22 Antill Street, MayfieldContact for price
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Car Spaces: 1
- Property type: House
- Floor Area: 0 sqs
- Land size: 0 sq metres
- Listing type: Let!
TOO GOOD TO PASS UP
Beautifully presented 3 bedroom air conditioned home with single carport and lock up workshop. Ensuite off main bedroom. Built in robes in 2 bedrooms. Large loungeroom with raked ceiling. Separate dining room, family room and study. Complete with undercover enclosed barbecue area. Ideal for entertaining. Situated in a quiet street. This property is also NBN ready. Close to all conveniences. Definitely worth an inspection. Call for more details or to organise an inspection. Ph: 49552624. $470 per week.
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Wonderful to deal with
Jon and Edith have been wonderful to deal with and have made all of the transactions in setting up our investment seamless.
- Rod & Kylie Bressington
Correct management of our property
We have Know Edith and Jon for the past two years. They have been instrumental in the correct management of our property in Newcastle, always finding us high quality tenants and ensuring our property and the surrounding common areas are well looked after. They have an extremely professional work ethic with strong communication and an in depth knowledge of the property market. They have a warm and friendly persona and are always willing to do or go the extra mile to get you where you need to be in terms of your property investment. They came recommended to us by a work colleague and we would recommend them in a second to anyone requiring a property manager or sales person after taking them on. We would also like to take this opportunity to personally thank Edith and Jon for all of their hard work over the last two years. It is very much appreciated. Many thanks Stephen & Chotima
- Stephen & Chotima
Friendly, helpful and no sales pressure
- Scott Melling
Wouldn't deal with any other real estate
I wouldn't deal with any other real estate they are lovely couple and couldn't do enough to help us thank you jon and edith