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Blakeview
19th May 2024

"Excellent."

Blakeview offers a wonderful blend of suburban convenience and natural beauty, making it a standout destination for visitors seeking a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere. One of the highlights of Blakeview is its well-planned urban infrastructure, with modern amenities such as shopping centers, restaurants, and recreational facilities easily accessible. This makes it a great choice for families or anyone looking for a convenient and comfortable stay. Additionally, the community spirit in Blakeview is palpable, with friendly locals and a range of events and activities that foster a sense of belonging and engagement.

Beyond its urban conveniences, Blakeview boasts picturesque landscapes and green spaces that add to its allure. The nearby parks and nature reserves provide ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy walking, jogging, or simply unwinding amidst nature's beauty. The peaceful ambiance and well-maintained surroundings make Blakeview a refreshing escape from city life, while still offering all the amenities one could need for a fulfilling stay. Whether you're exploring its urban offerings or soaking in the tranquility of its natural spaces, Blakeview has a lot to offer and is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who visits.

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Aldinga Beach
19th May 2024

"Loved it."

Visiting Aldinga Beach was a delightful experience that left a lasting impression on me. What I loved most about this coastal gem was its serene ambiance and unspoiled natural beauty. The wide expanse of soft sands and clear waters was perfect for unwinding and soaking up the tranquility of the ocean. The ability to drive along the beach added a unique sense of freedom and adventure, allowing me to explore different parts of the shoreline and discover secluded spots for relaxation.

Moreover, the friendly locals and welcoming atmosphere added to the charm of Aldinga Beach. I enjoyed interacting with fellow beachgoers, sharing stories, and learning about the local culture. The availability of amenities and delicious dining options nearby made my stay comfortable and enjoyable. Overall, Aldinga Beach captured my heart with its stunning vistas, laid-back vibe, and opportunities for both relaxation and exploration, making it a place I would love to visit again in the future.

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Bondi
16th May 2024

"Amazing!"

Bondi, a world-renowned beach suburb in Sydney, offers a captivating blend of coastal beauty, vibrant energy, and cultural richness. My visit to Bondi was a delightful experience that exceeded expectations in every aspect. The iconic Bondi Beach, with its golden sands and azure waters, presents a postcard-perfect setting for sunbathing, surfing, or simply strolling along the promenade. The lively atmosphere, with beachside cafes, street performers, and locals soaking up the sun, creates an infectious sense of joy and relaxation.

Beyond the beach, Bondi boasts a thriving arts and dining scene. The Bondi Pavilion hosts art exhibitions, workshops, and live performances, showcasing the area's creative flair. From trendy eateries serving up fresh seafood to cozy bars offering craft cocktails with a view, Bondi's culinary offerings are diverse and enticing. Exploring the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk was another highlight, offering breathtaking coastal vistas, hidden coves, and the opportunity to soak in Sydney's natural beauty.

What truly made my visit to Bondi memorable was the sense of community and inclusivity. Whether chatting with locals at the Bondi Farmers Market, joining a yoga class by the beach, or simply people-watching at Campbell Parade, I felt a genuine warmth and welcoming vibe. Bondi's blend of natural splendor, cultural vibrancy, and friendly atmosphere makes it a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the best of Sydney's coastal lifestyle.

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Templestowe
16th May 2024

"Nice!"

Templestowe, nestled in Melbourne's northeastern suburbs, is a picturesque enclave known for its leafy streets, prestigious homes, and serene ambiance. The suburb's spacious properties, often set against the backdrop of the Yarra River or lush parklands, appeal to families and professionals seeking a tranquil yet accessible lifestyle. Templestowe's well-regarded schools, including Templestowe College and Templestowe Heights Primary School, enhance its appeal to families looking for quality education options.

In addition to its residential charm, Templestowe offers a range of amenities, from boutique shops and cafes along Templestowe Village to recreational opportunities in parks like Westerfolds Park and Ruffey Lake Park. The area's scenic beauty, coupled with its proximity to major roadways like Manningham Road and the Eastern Freeway, makes Templestowe a sought-after suburb for those desiring a harmonious blend of nature, convenience, and community spirit.

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Melbourne (CBD)
16th May 2024

"Greatest City Ever"

The Melbourne CBD is a vibrant hub of culture, commerce, and creativity, offering a dynamic urban experience unlike any other. Skyscrapers mingle with historic architecture, showcasing the city's blend of tradition and modernity. Iconic landmarks such as Federation Square, Flinders Street Station, and the Royal Exhibition Building add to the CBD's charm, while hidden laneways reveal bustling cafes, street art, and boutique shops waiting to be discovered. The diverse culinary scene reflects Melbourne's multiculturalism, with a plethora of dining options ranging from trendy eateries to international cuisines, satisfying every palate.

Aside from its cultural allure, the Melbourne CBD is a bustling business district, housing corporate headquarters, financial institutions, and tech startups. The city's efficient public transport network, including trams, trains, and buses, makes commuting a breeze, connecting workers, residents, and visitors to various parts of the city and beyond. Parks like Flagstaff Gardens and Treasury Gardens provide green spaces for relaxation amidst the urban buzz. Overall, the Melbourne CBD's energetic atmosphere, cultural richness, and economic vitality make it a magnet for locals and tourists alike, embodying the cosmopolitan spirit of Australia's cultural capital.

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Sale
15th May 2024

"Great place to Visit"

Sale, a charming country town in Victoria, offers a delightful blend of historical charm, natural beauty, and community warmth. Situated in the Gippsland region, Sale is known for its heritage buildings, including the iconic Sale Courthouse and St. Paul's Cathedral, which reflect its rich history. The town's tree-lined streets and well-preserved architecture create a picturesque setting, inviting visitors and residents alike to explore its cultural heritage. Sale also boasts a vibrant arts scene, with galleries and exhibitions showcasing local talent and creativity.

Nature lovers are drawn to Sale's proximity to natural wonders like the Gippsland Lakes, offering opportunities for boating, fishing, and wildlife spotting. The nearby Sale Common Nature Conservation Reserve provides tranquil walking trails amidst native flora and fauna. Residents enjoy a relaxed pace of life, supported by essential amenities, schools, and healthcare facilities. Community events, farmers' markets, and local festivals further enhance the town's sense of camaraderie. Overall, Sale's blend of history, nature, and community spirit creates a welcoming environment for those seeking a peaceful yet engaging lifestyle in regional Victoria.

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Moorabbin
15th May 2024

"Amazing value and amenities"

Moorabbin, nestled in Melbourne's southeast, offers a dynamic mix of residential comfort, commercial vitality, and recreational charm. Its strategic positioning, with easy access to major roads like Nepean Highway and public transport via Moorabbin train station, ensures seamless connectivity to the CBD and surrounding areas. Housing options range from spacious older homes to modern townhouses and apartments, catering to diverse preferences and budgets. Families benefit from excellent educational facilities, including both public and private schools, while the thriving local economy, anchored by the industrial precinct around Warrigal Road, provides ample employment opportunities.

Beyond practicalities, Moorabbin embraces a vibrant lifestyle with a plethora of amenities. The Southland Shopping Centre, nearby parks like Kingston Heath Reserve, and various sports clubs cater to shopping, leisure, and recreational needs. The community spirit shines through local events and gatherings, fostering a sense of belonging. Overall, Moorabbin presents a harmonious blend of convenience, community, and character, making it an attractive choice for those seeking a well-rounded suburban lifestyle within easy reach of Melbourne's bustling cityscape.

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Werribee
17th July 2022

"Getting busier!"

Werribee has grown into a suburb that is now reasonably vibrant during days and nights. Population is growing in this area.
Night life, restaurants and cafes a plenty in this area too.

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Berwick
17th July 2022

"Growing Fast!"

Berwick is a suburb that is growing and growing. New estates have been built and will continue to be built in the coming years.

Haileybury College has a campus in Berwick which is an elite school.

Easy drive into the CBD via the Monash Freeway.

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Albert Park
17th July 2022

"City and Beach on your Doorstep"

Albert Park is a great location to live if you want to be close to both the Melbourne CBD and the beach.
If you are into fitness, then a run or walk around the Albert Park lake is a must. H
Home to the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

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Inverloch
10th January 2022

"Lovely Coastal Town"

Inverloch, a lovely a coastal town that caters for all people of all ages.

A friendly town with all that you could ask for complimented by a great beach.

Perfect to retire, holiday to with family and friends, perhaps buy an investment and Air BnB your home.

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Esp
6th January 2022

"Access to Everything"

This street is clean, direct and gives access to every part of Lakes Entrance that you need.
Majority of the cafes and restaurants are located on this street too.

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Metung
6th January 2022

"Great Local Town"

Over the New Year break I visited here for lunch and a drink at the famous Metung Hotel.
Coming here as a child, it was also nice to reminisce of those past times.

The Metung Hotel was great as always, with exceptionally fresh seafood I enjoyed for dinner. The beer was pretty fresh too.

Definitely recommend visiting Metung if down this way.

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Lakes Entrance
6th January 2022

"Wonderful & Peaceful"

I visited Lakes Entrance over the New Year break. I found it to be such a wonderful location to visit.

A strip of shops which lasts around 2km that caters for all needs. Local merchandise, food, drink, pubs and a trendy beer garden at "The Servo".

The beach is excellent too. Soft sand that you would expect at any surf beach and it is well looked after too by the local council and surf life savers.

I will definitely be going back.

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You might want to remove your real estate credentials before trying to talk up a town like you're a tourist

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Marshall

"So central yet peaceful."

I have sold multiple homes in this lovely pocket of Geelong and it really is continuing to grow in popularity.

Peaceful, central, access to Marshall train station, i can see why so many buyers are flocking to this area.

Barwon Heads Road is being upgraded also which is going to ease traffic and be much more efficient for travel times.

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Penleigh Crescent

"Living!"

One of the safest and most sort after areas on the cost.

Ocean Grove Marketplace is just around the corner, as well as Kingstone Village Square. Just far enough from the beaches, cafes and shops along The Terrace that its convenient, but you are not stuck in all the hussel and bussel on the long weekends and holidays.

My personal choice for a coffee or beer is the Dunes and view is fantastic.

Leigh Fletcher | Director
Hayeswinckle
Real Estate Agent, Armstrong Creek

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Jan Juc

"Its a Lifestyle"

Most people come to Jan Juc to escape the crowds of beach goers in Torquay and Bells Beach, But it has so much to offer!

Stunning part of the cost line with some of the best real estate you can find in Victoria. Perfect area for young families. Locals are alway happy for a chat and although the town is getting more built up it still has the feel of a coastal town.

The commute to Geelong and Melbourne have become so easy over the last few years as well.

Leigh Fletcher | Director
Hayeswinckle
Real Estate Agent, Armstrong Creek

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Ormond Rd

"Great Atmosphere."

Ormond Road is one of the main roads in Elwood. Consisting of many cafes and bars.
It is constantly busy with locals and visitors and usually produces a great vibe.

Worth taking a look if you are passing by.

Leigh Fletcher | Director
Hayeswinckle
Real Estate Agent, Armstrong Creek
Surf Coast

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Elwood

"Trendy!"

Elwood is a very trendy location. Filled with multiple cafe's for top quality coffee and places to dine in at.

Ormond Road is a very popular street amongst locals. You'll constantly see it buzzing with people out walking their dogs, stopping in for a coffee or relaxing at one of the cool bars.

Leigh Fletcher | Director
Hayeswinckle
Real Estate Agent, Armstrong Creek
Surf Coast

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Surrey Hills

"How's The Serenity"

Green, quiet but with easy access to everything you need, Surrey Hills is a great pick in Melbourne's East. Tree lined streets and stunning period homes offer a welcoming street scape while easy access to trains and trams make it easy to get everywhere you need to be. A great place to raise kids it boasts safe streets, popular primary schools and lovely parks and playgrounds.

Leigh Fletcher | Director
Hayeswinckle
Real Estate Agent Armstrong Creek

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