“We’re working hard to make it easy for you”
It comes as no surprise to learn that Jayne Kiely was born in Central Otago. Coming from a region where the world’s finest pinot noir is bottled Jayne epitomises the archetypal Kiwi ‘can-do’ attitude that permeates the culture of this southern province.
She is proud to have represented her country in Track and Field in a variety of world class events. Her competitive nature and dynamic character is enhanced by her sense of fun and joie de vivre. In the 1990s Jayne was a familiar face on TV in “A Question of Sport”, “Mitre 10 Dream Home” and “Game of Two Halves” where her gregarious manner and quick wit made her a hit with viewers.
Auckland’s eastern suburbs have always been home for the family and she has renovated several Remuera houses over the years. Interior design is a particular passion of hers. Her two sons attended Meadowbank Primary and she is well-known to many in her local community. Now living in Kohimarama, Jayne works with clients from Parnell through to St Heliers. Currently Jayne is a Judge for the Annual Halberg Awards, Ambassador for Variety – the childrens’ charity, and is Ambassador for the Sweet Louise Foundation – focusing on New Zealand women living with breast cancer.
Jayne’s well-known ability to connect with people, compassionate spirit and tenacity, give her a leading edge. Together with business partner Gerard Charteris, Jayne is absolutely committed to serving the real estate needs of Remuera and the neighbouring suburbs.