Conveyancer North East Adelaide

conveyancer adelaide north east Photo Beefacres Estate by Port Adelaide Enfiled Local History via Flickr

Beefacres Estate, circa 1850s, a symbol of the productive northeastern suburbs. Perfect location for a conveyancer: Adelaide North East.

Your search for a conveyancer in North East Adelaide is over!

Eckermann Conveyancers services this productive part of Adelaide from its offices at Sudholz Road, Gilles Plains, diagonally opposite the Holden Hill Police Station.

As you can see in this historical image of the area, taken in the 1800s features Beefacres Estate. According to local historians, what is now Gilles Plains was described in the 1850s as the best agricultural land in the colony “capable of producing every sought of grain”. Many property settlements and transactions have taken place in the area since then and Eckermann Conveyancers is right in the thick of it with a large office processing a high volume of files for clients daily.

Our team, below, will be able to expertly handle your residential and commercial conveyancing as well as an extensive list of other Conveyancing Services . We have a network of colleagues in offices around South Australia including:

We also have the support of Eckermann Lawyers should you require related legal assistance.

We want you to benefit from our experience providing conveyancing services in South Australia for over 40 years and we are committed to guiding you through the obstacles that may arise on the road to property settlements or other conveyancing transactions.

Please contact by phone or email with the contact details below, we look forward to providing a free quote to work on your behalf.

Gilles Plains Contact Details

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1 Sudholz Road
Gilles Plains SA 5086

PO Box 7340
Hutt Street, Adelaide SA 5000

P 08 8366 7900
GillesPlains@eckermanngroup.com

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Photo credit: Beefacres Estate by Port Adelaide Enfield Local History via Flickr.

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