Ray White Patterson Lakes opens its own coffee bar

Ray White Patterson Lakes opens its own coffee bar
Ray White Patterson Lakes opens its own coffee bar

Ray White Patterson Lakes in south-east Melbourne have opened their own hole-in-the-wall coffee bar having moved into a new premises.

Stephen and Genevieve Hill, principals of Ray White Patterson Lakes, bought the larger fruit and vegetable shop next door to their old site.

They decided that rather than use the extra space for a meeting room they would turn it into a coffee shop to bring people to the office.

“We want to draw people to the office and let them get to know us on a different level." Stephen said on the venture, which isn't aiming to make huge profits, but rather for locals to drop in.

"One day they might be having coffee and decide to have a quick chat with one of the guys in the office about their real estate plans.

"While they’re ordering their coffee…they can have a look at the screens and read some of the information about what’s on the market.”
Stephen has had over 20 years experience in hospitatilty and has ambitions to serve "the best coffee in Patterson Lakes."

Last year Ray White Patterson Lakes sold the home famous by those Foxy Morons Kath and Kim, the hit ABC show.

The double-storey brick home was the abode of Kath Day-Knight and her butcher beau Kel Knight.

 

 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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