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I was extremely happy with the service provided by Lead. Sherry, my solicitor, went above and beyond to get my property settled and make sure everything was in order. Highly recommended.
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We've found LEAD Conveyancing to be a very reliable point of contact during our purchasing process and Sherry was very professional and dependable solicitor. The service was very honest, straightforward, and made the entire process much easier.
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|East Maitland, 2323
|1800 532 326
|Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd
|86 640 514 558
|640 514 558
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East Maitland is a suburbia within the city of Maitland in New South Wales, Australia, located precisely on the New England Highway. It is approximately 16.1 square kilometres, and childless couples inhabit most households. The 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics census showed more than 11,000 residents in the suburb, with more than 85% of the population being naturally-born Australians, while the rest being British and Kiwis. In addition, almost 5% of the people are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The average age of residents is 49 years. Religions commonly practised by its residents include Catholicism and Anglicanism.
From 1818 to 1821, Maitland was a place where convicts were detained. Its names were The Camp, Molly Morgan Plains and Wallis Plains, with the 2 referencing Molly Morgan, a landowner and a convict detained in the area, and Captain James Wallis, a British Army Officer. In 1829, a second town on the east high ground of Wallis Creek was surveyed, later known as East Maitland. East Maitland became a municipality in 1862 and included as one of the 8 cities combined to form Maitland, including West Maitland and 6 others. Due to several floods, Maitland focused its growth toward higher ground to the east and west.
East Maitland is an essential part of Maitland as the 2 railway stations of the city sit within the suburb. This suburb has anything a family needs: supermarkets, department stores, schools and other commercial areas where you can find anything. A market report reveals that more than 200 houses are still available. Some statistics of East Maitland include
East Maitland offers a wide range of fun to its visitors, including but not limited to parks, museums, art galleries and shopping centres. You and your family will indeed enjoy your visit and may be able to travel from one tourist attraction to another in less than an hour. For example, The Maitland Gaol is a former prison with extensive interesting stories. Your tour guide will tell you anything you need to know about the place while walking in the area where 18th-century convicted Australians were confined. You will enjoy ‘serving time’ in this historical prison.
If you really want to know what it is like to be a prisoner, you should visit Get Out Escape Rooms with your friends. You and your one up to 2 companions will be placed in a cell, handcuffed and shackled together. The warden makes his rounds every 45 minutes, so you have less than an hour to escape. This prison escape simulation is a heartstopping, once-in-a-blue-moon experience you should not miss when visiting East Maitland.
Maitland Park is a spot where you can unwind from the tension of your job and let your kids run wild. It has several playing areas and playing equipment, with an addition of a swimming pool. You can jog on its walking trails, play outdoor games and read your favourite books under the tree. Other places you can visit include