Bruse Real Estate

3 Generations of Real Estate 1957>>>
 
The directors of BRUSE Real Estate, Bevan & Theon Bruse, are proud to say that the BRUSE name has been associated with real estate for three generations. Sydney Bruse operated as a real estate agent for many years in the Payneham and Marryatville districts of South Australia. His son Bevan, grandson Theon and Bevan's wife Jill have kept the real estate name alive in the real estate industry.

To add to the BRUSE name, in 2011 Saffron Bruse re-joined the family business as The Manager of the Property Management department.
 
Real Estate is well established in the Bruse family. They are enthusiastic and extremely passionate about real estate.

Bevan originally joined his father in real estate at the young age of 20. Bevan joined Brock Partners Real Estate when the company commenced. Theon joined Bevan at Brock Partners Real Estate untill Bevan and Theon Bruse decided to open the "Bruse" agency. A boutique agency suitable to their select clients to offer a service that they believe is desirable to their type of clientele.

The Bruse office is wonderfully positioned on Greenhill Road, at Toorak Gardens just opposite all the Banks and Burnside Village. This prominent position has excellent car parking at the rear of the building, making it easier for buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and clients to call into the office, yet extremely close to the city and business centre.

The interior of the office is very bright, light and airy with modern design and decor.

The Bruse staff enjoy the environment and the social life of working close to one of Adelaide's premium shopping centres, Burnside Village and the excellent local restaurants.

The BRUSE Real Estate staff welcome you to call into their office whenever you pass by.

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Agency Details

Phone

84318181

Address

357 Greenhill Road
Toorak Gardens SA, 5065 AU

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Bruse Real Estate in Australia

House for rent by Bruse Real Estate in CampbelltownHouse for rent by Bruse Real Estate in Campbelltown
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Res 3/39 Ann Street,Campbelltown SA

House For Rent

$395 per week

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22 Parkwood Grove,Mitchell Park SA

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$445,000 - $485,000

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703/96 North Terrace,Adelaide SA

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$365,000 - $385,000

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256 Gilbert Street,Adelaide SA

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$380 per week

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55 Gedville Road,Taperoo SA

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$410 per week

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8 Lockhart Terrace,Edwardstown SA

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$410,000 - $430,000

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6A, 6C & 6E Shalford Terrace,Campbelltown SA

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$425,000 - $498,000

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2/4 Cleve Street,Norwood SA

Unit For Rent

$345 per week

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4/155 Waymouth Street,Adelaide SA

Apartment For Sale

$625,000 - $665,000

House for sale by Bruse Real Estate in NewtonHouse for sale by Bruse Real Estate in Newton
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1A & 1C Rangeview Drive,Newton SA

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$569,000 - $579,000

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508/15 Vaughan Place,Adelaide SA

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$620.00 per week

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