What is the problem with living in Salt water coast area?

A lot of people seem to keep advising against it. There is a lot of property available for sale there. I cant seem to find drawback unless there is salt water intrusion in drinking water.
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Sean Apr 18, 2017
Very beautiful community. Close to the beach, clear view of the Melbourne City and strong community. I've been Saltwater Coast twice, they have massive parks, nice city view BBQ areas, children playgrounds and even Artificial Beach! Kis love this place, very beautiful.
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Its not a bad area at all. However.....it's neighboring suburbs of Hoppers Crossing, Werribee & Tarneit generally are regarded as "working-class" to be politically correct. And if your looking for anything close to Caulfield, Elsternwick, Brighton, you'll be bitterly disappointed.
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StephenE 2yrs+
There is no problem living in Saltwater Coast Estate. We have just moved to the area and it is quiet, peaceful and has everything we want. Residents get use of the Gym, heated pools and tennis courts and there is a nice cafe attached to the community centre. The bus is a few minutes walk and takes us to Williams Landing Station for the train to the city, very convenient. With Telstra Velocity having fibre optic cable to the home, TV and Internet services are brilliant. Mobile phone coverage is marginal, probably the only issue we have living here.
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mrg1 Sep 06, 2017
Its a nice place for a new area however many consider it a long way from the Freeway and a little isolated within the context of Point Cook. There is also a very high percentage of renters v occupiers. In saying that I like the area and consider it the second best estate in Point Cook behind Sanctuary Lakes.
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cassiem2 Jun 04, 2017
The traffic out.
The fact it's build on previous swamp land
the traffic out
and the traffic out.
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aarons7 May 10, 2017
Snakes. A lot of snakes in the area.
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