About Glen Eden Branch
With a team of well-known locals who are passionate about the area, Barfoot & Thompson Glen Eden can help you get the best results – whether you’re buying, selling or renting in this popular family suburb.
Staff at Barfoot & Thompson Glen Eden enjoy being part of, and supporting, the local community. They are a down to earth, close team who pride themselves being both professional and approachable.
Their sales team draws on the strength of the Barfoot & Thompson network. As a non-franchised agency, all properties listed with Barfoot & Thompson Glen Eden will be shared with 77+ Barfoot & Thompson branches across the region. So any one of the company’s 1,700+ salespeople can introduce an interested buyer – increasing campaign reach and generating unbeatable buyer competition.
As a relatively affordable area Glen Eden is also increasingly popular with investors. Barfoot & Thompson’s rentals department has grown to match this demand, and offers dedicated property managers to look after every aspect of your rental or investment property.
Barfoot & Thompson is prominently located across the road from Glen Eden’s historic railway station and close to Glen Eden village.
An affordable, leafy suburb, Glen Eden is popular with families and first home buyers. Properties often have good sized sections, and there are many highly regarded schooling options as well as an easy commute to the city by train.
Community spirit is alive and well in Glen Eden, and the suburb offers good shopping, theatre and sports facilities as well as a wide variety of ethnic eateries, cafes and restaurants. Glen Eden is also surrounded by the beautiful Waitakere Ranges, the dramatic West Coast beaches and a number of orchards and vineyards.
Property management with peace of mind
Finally have the assurance that your residential property is professionally cared for and you are being paid on time, every time, at the best rental return without the time commitment or unreliability.
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