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Open home at Neelfield Estates tomorrow

Highbrook Holdings Limited
Friday, November 30, 2012

Looking for a brand new house of your choice and design, built according to the way you want it and close to all amenities?

The answer is at Neelfield Estates—a subdivision in Nadi with House and Land package, regarded as one of the Best Subdivisions in Nadi. Neelfield Estates is a subdivision developed by Highbrook Holdings Ltd in Legalega, Nadi. It contains 123 lots with 120 being residential and three commercial.

Highbrook Holdings Limited is offering houses at Neelfield at a very affordable price. At Neelfield Estates you get rural living in town! This means that even though it is in the rural or country area with no disturbance, a peace of mind and fantastic views, at the same time it is only a few minutes drive to Namaka, the airport, medical centres, Fiji National University, hardware stores, schools, religious centres and supermarkets.

Highbrook Holdings Limited builds houses which are of your choice and design. You choose how and where in the subdivision you want your perfect dream home to be built; executive house or standard house, modern and superb interiors. You tell them what you want and they will do it for you.

With many houses sold and more under construction, you need to hurry before you miss out on great deals. To know more and what's for offer at Neelfield Estates come down to the OPEN HOME on December 1 from 10am where the ANZ LOANS OFFICERS will be onsite to assist you with your assessment's and great offers that ANZ have in store. Make an appointment now with The Project Manager Mr Shafraz khan on 6245002/ 9773279/ 7224186 or Email : highbrooks@gmail.com.

One more reason to be at Neelfield Estates on open day is because the developer will be onsite with great deals that you may not get later. Refreshments for all will also be provided.


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