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Opening the doors to Ray White Burnside

By Christy Scholefield

On Friday 6 April we opened the doors to our newest location, 65A Dulwich Avenue, Dulwich.

The decision to open a new location has been in the pipeline for a couple of years now. After Brett and Kirsty purchased a home in Tusmore, they instantly fell in love with the area. On top of this, there are a few Sales Agents at Ray White Adelaide Group who have achieved some outstanding results for clients in the Eastern suburbs, so the step to open an office to give it more focus is an exciting one.

Brett and Kirsty have long had a desire to change the traditional real estate office layout and deliver a unique and inviting experience. Our Dulwich Avenue office, is exactly what they had envisaged… and more.

What to expect when you walk through the door? A relaxed feel where you can come in for a coffee and a chat. Corporate desks and an ‘office’ feel has been replaced with a sense of home where you can pull up a stool and watch the world go by out the front window or relax on our seriously comfy leather couch.

Just about every person who has walked through the doors have commented on our vertical garden. Bringing a green burst into the space gives it an energy and life – something we often feel is missing in a corporate environment.

We’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking, but welcome you to pop in for a visit, there’s always a coffee on offer.

To view the write up Ray White head office have given the new office click here.

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