Our Backyard – Anglesea

 

Welcome to Anglesea

It is so wonderful to see the coast vibrant and full of people enjoyoing their summer holidays. After a week that had so many people concerned about the bush fires and feeling for the community, the sense of carrying on and supporting the locals has been refreshing.

More stories unfolding around personal losses and circumstances have surfaced as property owners made the trip to Wye River and Separation Creek once the roads opened up in the last few days.

As a follow up from my blog last week, I spoke of my friend that lost their family beach house. We were unsure if a seat in Harrington Park, Wye River which had been dedicated to her father with a memorial plaque was still standing. The seat was positioned so they could take a moment to view the beautiful aspect of the area and also to have ‘a chat’ whether alone or with someone.  With such loss there is always a ray of light and that happened, as they found ‘dads seat’ a little worse for wear but standing! Some angel had cleaned up around the site and placed the plaque on the seat.  They will of course restore it back and I’m sure spend many more moments pondering life and watching their new home eventually being built.

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The Rusty Anchor bar located at the Anglesea Motor Yacht Club is off and running and they have had an exceptional response and attendances since 27th December when it opened. To the many people that have appreciated my little make over to the venue, thank you for your positive feedback. Whilst I’m not an interior designer, as an agent working with property for many years – I am completely passionate about design, interiors, color and transforming spaces. This venue is a demonstration of how small changes on a minimal budget can have a big impact. If you are ever seeking advice or assistance prior to listing your home, I would be thrilled to be able to guide you with your space. If you haven’t already visited the bar, it is open every day from 5 – 8pm and located at the boat ramp at Point Roadknight.

Another great transformation has been the kiosk at Point Roadknight, now ‘Bomboras’ a wonderful place to stroll to, get a coffee read the papers, pick up a loaf of bread or snack on the many delicious treats on offer. Great news is that they are also providing a ‘nibbles’ menu at the Rusty Anchor bar – so if you’re peckish after swimming & surfing, you can enjoy a chilled beverage and pop to Bomboras to get entrée before heading home for dinner.

Sometimes when life gets so busy its finding special and unique places like these ones that can make a difference to your holiday or potential new home in Anglesea.

Enjoy your break and this heavenly time of year.

RUSTY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kind Regards

 

Kellie Saddington


Branch Manager 

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SATURDAY 9TH JANUARY

11 Arinya Crescent 12:00pm-12:30pm
3/1 Minifie Avenue 12:00pm-12:30pm

50 Harvey Street 1:00pm-1:30pm
30 Belton Street 1:00pm-1:30pm
103 Noble Street 2:00pm-2:30pm
36 Eleventh Avenue 2:00pm-2:30pm  

SUNDAY 10TH JANUARY

3/1 Minifie Avenue 12:00pm-12:30pm
54 Golf Links Road 1:00pm-1:30pm
30 Belton Street 1:00pm-1:30pm
103 Noble Street 2:00pm-2:30pm
36 Eleventh Avenue 2:00pm-2:30pm  

For all of our current sale properties please visit our website – https://www.realestateanglesea.com.au/sales-list/ 

          

 

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Ian Lewtas                                        Kellie Saddington
0419 511 428                                     0488 980 994 

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