New Wantirna Office Opens

The Noel Jones Real Estate Group further strengthened its foothold in the eastern suburbs when it opened the doors of a Wantirna office on April 3rd, 2017. Led by existing Noel Jones team members Michael Hill and Dylan Hare, there is little doubt this new office will go from strength to strength very quickly.

Our Wantirna team will focus on Wantirna, Wantirna South, Knoxfield, Scoresby along with adjoining suburbs such as Boronia, Bayswater, and Bayswater North. Wantirna is renowned for quality family homes, private cul de sacs and open green spaces, however, more recently the landscape has slowly evolved to include more compact lifestyle choices and boutique apartment living which brings with it plenty of opportunity to help people find the perfect living space to suit their needs.

You can find us at Suite 10, 322 Mountain Highway Wantirna or connect with us on 8720 6333 or via [email protected]

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