Meet Chantelle Castillon

Meet Chantelle Castillon

Chantelle Castillon is our Property Management Assistant. Originally from Brisbane in Australia, Chantelle has lived in Edinburgh for a year-and-a-half and is still getting to grips with understanding the Scottish accents heard in the Cullen Property office!

Chantelle assists the Property Managers in efficiently maintaining all properties on the portfolio and following up on any maintenance requests. Chantelle is also the main point-of-contact for any contractors carrying out maintenance on the properties.

When asked what she enjoys most about her job, Chantelle says: “My role is incredibly varied and busy and I really enjoy being part of the Cullen Property team.”

A keen traveller and kickboxer, Chantelle is also a foodie enthusiast and enjoys exploring Edinburgh through the many cafes, restaurants and bars on offer. Chantelle says: “As an Australian I have a soft spot for ‘The Oz’ bar on Candlemaker Row – you also get a magnificent view of Edinburgh Castle from the bar.”

Outside of work you can usually find Chantelle tucking into Thai Food at her favourite restaurant The Wee Buddha, or listening to music at The Pitt Market (when it’s not raining)!

Related articles

Student Home Search
The Student Home Search For Summer - Dawn Pianosi
Summer isn’t quite with usyet but the COVID-19 outlook is certainly sunnier than it’s been at any time in the last twelve months.  With the Scottish Government announcing plans for a route out of lockdown - non-essential businesses set to start re-opening at the…
Penumbra Fundraising
Penumbra - Support Our Team As They Walk, Run & Cycle For Charity
The team at Cullen Property in Edinburgh have pledged to walk, cycle and run the distance from Cullen in Morayshire to Cullen in New York State in a bid to raise money for Scottish mental health charity Penumbra. The energetic residential property investment and lettings specialists will cover a…
Covid Regulations
The COVID Regulation Round Up - Dawn Pianosi
The sun is out and the snow is melting as our vulnerable and elderly city residents are receiving their first vaccine.  I cannot help but be hopeful that the coming spring will grant us a re-emergence from what has inevitably felt like a