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Croese Building Reviews (1)

Great job

3 years ago
Don't bother looking any further for a builder - Croese Building are the people to use. They take on any project whether great or small. Whether it's a renovation or a brand new house, a patio or granny flat. Love the fact that they also do past restorations. The team are so professional and available to quote at any time and assist with different designs and ideas. Great job and highly recommended.
Carl - Maitland

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Newest review for Croese Building

Carl - Maitland
3 years ago

Great job

Don't bother looking any further for a builder - Croese Building are the people to use. They take on any project whether great or small. Whether it's a renovation or a brand new house, a patio or granny flat. Love the fact that they also do past restorations. The team are so professional and available to quote at any time and assist with different designs and ideas. Great job and highly recommended.
About Tarro, NSW
Tarro is a suburb in Newcastle formerly called Upper Hexham. The suburb got its name from the Aboriginal word “tarro” meaning “stone”. The early Tarro area consisted of farms that were scattered around the wetlands. Tarro became a suburban area only after the end of World War II. Today, Tarro is a small suburb that consists of a residential area with a newsagency-general store, restaurants, a petrol station, a butcher’s shop and a few hotels and motels. Tarro also consists of a park where residents play sports and engage in different types of recreational activities. One of the main features of Tarro is the war memorial erected to commemorate World War I veterans. It was unveiled in 1920, but was moved to the Fred Harvey Oval, Lawson Avenue in Woodberry in 1974.