Incidentally the Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney office has provided property advisory services for all of the aforementioned property landmarks.
Established in 1989 and located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, we have a rich history of providing property valuation, consultancy, management and research services to a broad range of clients.
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Paterson (including Woodville) Tiny village on the Paterson River Paterson is a tiny but attractive little hamlet settled amidst mountains on the Paterson River which has its source in Barrington Tops to the north.
Light winds becoming NW 25 to 40 km/h in the morning then becoming light in the evening.
By 1818 there were known to be eight farms along the river, six of them belonging to convicts.Our team of property professionals has a comprehensive knowledge of legislation and relevant accounting standards with a diverse skill set and expertise across all asset classes.From straight-forward residential valuations to complex advisory on specialist property classes and everything in between, we have an experienced, qualified and accredited professional to assist with any property matter.The first land grant in the area was made to Captain William Dunn in 1821 on land by the river to the south of the town.The land on which Paterson was built was granted to the husband of Susannah Matilda Ward.Although the townsite was the third to be surveyed in the Hunter Valley, after Newcastle and Maitland, it was not proclaimed until 1833. As such it also became a service centre to the surrounding community.Considerable supplies of tobacco were grown, as well as grains, grapes, wine, citrus fruits and cotton.Our founding directors are heavily involved in the Australian Property Institute initiatives such as the Standards Board, the education board and we have been proud sponsors of the Young Property Professionals initiative for the past 5 years.60 Split Rd, Mosman, NSW, 2088 Reach Out Volunteers offers individuals the chance to undertake wildlife conservation projects and provide vital infrastructure, helping to improve the facilities of orphanages and village schools.The main road and trainline twist through this village which is located 175 km north of Sydney and 18 km north of Maitland.The area was once occupied by the Gringgai clan of the Wanaruah Aboriginal people.