Looking for a safe, affordable suburb in Melbourne.

We want to find a suburb within half an hour of the city and Laverton. Which suburbs would be suitable?
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Try Box Hill, prices have dropped dramatically this year.

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Templestowe is a fantastic area where you have 1000m2 blocks with liveable family homes only 15km from the CBD in the vicinity of $1m still available.

Alec Stefanoski
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Affordable is quite subjective. How many beds, bath, car are you looking for? House, townhouse, apartment? Rough price range?

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I think Hopper crossing and werribee is safe, affordable suburb in Melbourne.

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I think you should try werribee

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try kingswille

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Also considered a great area to buy due to continual and predicted property price growth

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Generally the Mornington Peninsula is relatively affordable for what you get. It currently takes 45mins to get to the city but with the new Mordialloc Freeway it should only take 30mins to the city in the next few years. There are lots of diverse houses and sizes of land to cater for whatever you need. The beaches are incredible too!

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