Looking at buying a home in coffs harbour <$300k. What streets should I avoid?

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Cornish Street and Eeley Close in the CBD area of Coffs I know has housing commission. Down at Park Beach there is Boultwood Street, Vincent Street, Prince Street, Arthur Street, York Street and San Francisco Avenue as well as surroundings. Over towards the Bray Street area is Kurrajong Street, Elm Street and Frederick Street which has some housing commission.

They are not all housing commission homes however there are a few in each street.

Personally, I think the Northern Beaches area of Coffs Harbour is the nicest area in Coffs Harbour i.e Korora, Sapphire Beach, Emerald Beach. Along with West Coffs Harbour.

Avoiding Toormina and Park Beach. However in both these areas you can find nice/quiet places to live, just like in nice areas they have their bad parts, like everywhere!

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Very comprehensive. Thanks,you seem like a useful person to know for those of us seeking paradise ! Paul Kemmis.

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Argyll St, Kurrajong St, Frederick St

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Coffs Harbour is fine there are no particular unpleasant streets - some areas of Toormina can be a little seedy though

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Thankyou can I jump in? Which areas of Toormina

Barcoo Court and anything connecting to Hobbs Cresent and Dews Avenue (off Toormina Road) are all housing commission properties in Toormina and area's you'd probably want to avoid. The area behind the Toormina Shopping centre is also rough with lots of cheaper housing.

billporter

Would you say Hobbs crescent is alright? Or an area to avoid?

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