Licensed Real Estate Agent

02 4655 3322 | 0438 218 749

Rural property specialist Terry Gordon joined Inglis in 1965 and is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable property agents in the Macarthur region. Originally from Trangie on the NSW Western Plains, Terry was educated in Dubbo before joining the CBC Bank, firstly at Warren and then Camden where he has lived ever since. Terry has been a licensed real estate, business and stock and station agent for more than 25 years and is well respected throughout the industry. Outside work Terry has always been an active member of the local community, playing and coaching rugby league (he was twice named group 6 player of the year), and is a life member of the Camden Rams and past president of Camden Rotary. He is the Foundation Chairman of Camden Sports Club formerly Camden Bowling Club which prevailed in a long fight for survival. Aside from Inglis family members, he is the company’s longest-serving employee.

Recently Sold/Leased by Terry View all

  1. Grasmere

    4 2 5

    Built to Last

    • Elevated and nestled in quiet cul-de-sac • Full brick and Colorbond Colonial style home • Wrap around Bullnose verandah • Spacious bedrooms including master with en suite and spa • Main bathroom als

  2. Werombi

    Magnificent Block.

    • Gently sloping • Mainly cleared with natural woodland at rear • Privately located • Homesite affords splendid rural views • Well fenced • Created for a dream home


Recently listed by Terry View all

  1. Grasmere

    $1.75M to $1.9M

    5 3 3

    Stunning and Exceptional

    • Set in an acre of manicured, sandstone terraced gardens • Attractive well built and presented home • Featuring 5 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite • Formal lounge and dining • Spacious go

  2. Cobbitty


    3 2 1


    • Nestled privately in attractive garden setting • Beautifully restored home over 100 years old • Features include high ceilings, ornate cornices, timber flooring, ledlight windows • Wide verandahs on

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