Auction Night

Published on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 | by Cameron McKillop

Auction Night

On Thursday 14th December we had great success with two auctions held - the first being a beautiful gingerbread house from The Gumnut Patisserie in Bowral, and the second being 38 beautiful acres in Berrima.

We are pleased to report that both 'properties' sold. The gingerbread house, raising $400 for Cure 4 Brain Cancer Research, was bought by our very own Jeremy Crawford, who most kindly then donated the gingerbread house to the St Vincent de Paul Pathways organisation in Bowral.

The 38 acres in Berrima was sold for $425,000, which was a great result. Congratulations to the purchaser! . . .

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Mittagong Market Update

Published on Monday, December 11, 2017 | by Cameron McKillop

Mittagong Market Update

Well there seems to be very much a ‘mixed bag’ of buyer activity across the Mittagong property market at present.  . . .

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Exploring Property for sale in Robertson

Published on Monday, May 23, 2016 | by Cameron McKillop

Exploring property for sale in Robertson-McKillop Property

If the prospect of moving to the country and the quieter life of the Southern Highlands is appealing but you are reluctant to leave the beach or city, then consider buying a property in or around the quaint village of Robertson, where you can easily enjoy the best of both worlds. Famous for potatoes and as the home of ‘Babe’ buying a home in Robertson offers everything you could hope for if you are looking to escape to the country. . . .

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Where from? Where to?

Published on Thursday, October 08, 2015 | by Cameron McKillop

Where from? Where to?

When a new client walks through the doors of one of our offices across The Highlands our team like to take a bit of time to get to know them. It’s not about being nosey, it’s about getting a clear understanding of how those clients see their future in the area. . . .

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What do you need?

Published on Tuesday, June 02, 2015 | by Cameron McKillop

What do you need?

It is undeniable that a big appeal for many looking to move to the Highlands is the idea of rural living. Whilst some are content with a bigger residential plot in a country village, others come through our door looking to trade city life for the whole farm lifestyle package. . . .

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