Mount Eliza or Patterson Lakes?

Relocating from US - both look great .
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johnmteliza 2yrs+
Depends where you want to live in Patterson Lakes.? Choose near the river with an access along the walkway to the beach or the beach side of the railway line. Perhaps close to the station / rail to the CBD of Melbourne. The highway is busy The shopping centre uninteresting and not all services available. It is flat terrain. Good for walking and cycling. Nice beaches but can be busy on the weekend and hot days.

Mt Eliza is not that further away from the CBD. A lovely town to live in. Nice village atmosphere off the main drag. Choose close to the village and beach. 3 buses per hour to the rail in Frankston 10 minutes away. Many good schools to shoos from Fully serviced... post office banks supermarkets butchers green grocer cafe's restaurants boutiques hairdresser etc. All age groups catered for. Beaches Always quiet. Not on the main thoroughfare Real estate good value

What age group do you fall into?
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AdamS 2yrs+
Mount Eliza is further from Melb CBD, but I think it's nicer that Patterson Lakes.
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Madeline Harrington Feb 12, 2018
Patterson Lakes is a place built around that marina aspect, which is great. It boosts that resort style living in a way.
Mount Eliza is a great place also with its small town feel, its boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. In Mount Eliza you also have access to the beaches.
It really depends where you feel most at home, where you feel you could spend time where you feel comfortable. I'd suggest walking around the streets of both suburbs and have a look at whats happening. I think that's the best way to figure it out.
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