R & R Property
R & R Property Are Avid campaigners Of Their Area
1. SELLING HOUSES AUSTRALIA COMES TO STROUD WITH R & R PROPERTY
One of our Properties has been chosen for a “make-over” with Selling Houses Australia.
This is the perfect example of why R & R Property are always pushing the point of “Presentation is Everything”.
As a seller you really have to ask
And don’t even get me started on inside!
The property we have that is receiving a make-over with
The irony is that some of the things that you could do that would make a huge difference are quite simple and inexpensive.
We are really excited about the upcoming filming and airing of the episode on TV and can’t wait to see what Shaynna Blaze, Andrew Winter, Charlie Albone and the Selling Houses Australia Team have planned.
R & R Rural and Residential Property – Stroud NSW
Stroud’s Real Estate Specialists
2. R & R Property STROUD – Noted For Their Successful Social Media Marketing in ELITE AGENT MAGAZINE
R & R Property Recognised For Their Marketing Success by One Of Australia’s Leading Marketing Trainers in
ELITE AGENT MAGAZINE
R & R Property are really proud that their marketing material has been chosen by one of Australia’s leading marketing trainers and Elite Agent Magazine to feature as an example of how to market well on
Our secret is that we choose photo’s that showcase our area and photo’s that people can compare against their current lifestyle.
Being trained in marketing; specialising in social media and internet marketing really sets us apart in Real Estate in the Stroud and surrounding areas.
R & R Property – Your Stroud Real Estate Specialists!
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Tock it’s Stroud Clock – R & R Property Have Moved Into “Bowen Chambers” as written by The DUNGOG CHRONICLE
The building, which was built in 1933 as the home of Stroud Council, was purchased by Ted Bowen in 1982 to house his expanding insurance brokering business.
The clock tower wasn’t built until 1956.
A broker for over 50 years, he originally set up an office in the front room of his house before buying the house across the road next to the Stroud School of Arts building.
“The council eventually became part of Great Lakes Council and their main office was located in Forster,” Mr Bowen said.
“I approached council in the early 80s to buy the building and made them an offer, but they knocked it back and put it up for auction.
“It didn’t sell at auction and I bought it a bit later on, moving there in mid-1982.
“We had a staff of five as well as Gwen and myself and we needed more room.
“The front part of the building was set up as the office and we lived out the back.
“We were the first people to bring a computer to Stroud, the first telex and the first fax.
“We tried to keep ahead of everything.
“But the clock wasn’t working and no one knew how to fix it.”
The Bowen’s are of the belief it is the largest privately owned clock in the southern hemisphere – but it wasn’t much good when it didn’t work.
It appears the clock had a
But again it stopped and seemed to have everyone baffled as to the problem.
Uwe Von Czapiewski from Elekmark thought the motor may have been hit by
“He did his research and had to get some parts from England and then another fellow in Australia had to make a special drum.
“It’s taken nearly three years to figure it all out and get it going.”
In October 2014 Ted and Gwen decided to retire and sold the business,
It is now leased to Denise Haynes from R & R Property who is thrilled to be the new custodian of the building.
“We were outgrowing our old premises and when this came available, I approached Ted and we struck a deal,” Denise said.
“It’s a grand old building with lots of character and I love being here under the clock tower, it’s a bit of an icon in Stroud.
“We moved into it in May this year and it’s great to have the clock back working.
“It was stuck on 10.55 for a long time, but now it is keeping
“And we are looking forward to continuing the tradition of having Christmas carols playing in the lead-up to the festive season.”
Flannel Flower Story
A much loved Australian wild flower, that is an icon for the Myall Lakes region. The Flannel Flower grows in natural fields of bushland and is easily identified for the brilliant white textured petals, and the soft green and grey foliage.
Emerging in Spring the Flannel flower is absolutely stunning in full bloom with large fields of white covering the landscape. There is nothing more unforgettable than walking through the field of flowers.
The Flannel Flower represents close relationships, intimacy and healing. The Flannel flower is also the symbol used for Aboriginal mental health foundation as this represents resilience, beauty and the ability to adapt.
Painted with love, this is a stunning painting that is even more brilliant to see close up, just like the flower.