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Dendy Street
26th May 2020

"Your road to everything!"

Dendy Street gets you to most of Brighton's most popular amenities - the famous Brighton Beach Boxes, access to Church Street Brighton, Brighton Golf Course, and Dendy Park. Whilst it is a busier street locals enjoy living on Dendy for it's convenience! There is a range of architecture, large blocks , apartments, and large family homes with tennis courts which adorn the street. There are only 3 sets of traffic lights on the street so traffic flows nicely.

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Berwick Street
26th May 2020

"Everybody loves Berwick Street!"

Berwick Street is located just off Bay Street and offers homeowners ease of access to all of Brighton's amenities. There are some large homes which have been fully renovated and command over $3.0m price tag as well as smaller blocks with homes that a re ripe for renovation! Bossy Boots cafe is conveniently located at the end of the street which has some of the best food and is a great place to catch up with friends. There is also a few shops - in particular Rebecca Thompson women's clothing store - she is well known in Melbourne for her use of colour mixing up our black wardrobes here in Melbourne!

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Bay St
26th May 2020

"Beach at one end, train station at the other!"

Bay Street is the second most popular shopping strip in Brighton offering boutiques, independent cinema's, restaurants, The Brighton Hotel, great cafe's such as Moi - a French cafe, Rocksalt - a more generic cafe and a lovely little Mexican restaurant which is a must to try. The bar Mr. and Mrs P is also great for after work drinks and the independent cinema is next door. There are a number of apartments on the street and these attract downsizers because of the proximity to amenities. Further towards the beach expect some beautiful large homes on large blocks and with the beach at the end of the street, there is also a dog park which is very popular amongst dog owners.

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Loller Street
26th May 2020

"Stroll to Church Street Brighton"

Loller Street is a quiet street tucked away from a lot of the apartment development going on around Church, Well and Black Street. It has mostly stand alone homes and a few units. People love this street because you can stroll - under 5 mins to Church Street for shopping, train and entertainment. It has a mixture of lovely homes in the street - both period and new builds. Whilst the street is a little narrow you can park in the street and the proximity to all of Church Street's amenities outways this I think!

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Sandringham
26th May 2020

"Best beach and First and Last stop on Sandringham Train Line!"

Sandringham has the best beach located at the bottom of the stairs at Royal Ave - it feels a little like Italy surrounded by the steep cliff faces! The water is clean and it's not as busy as Half Moon beach down the road. If you commute to the CBD, then you have the benefit of being the first station so you are always guaranteed a seat to work and on the way home. It is more affordable than Hampton and Brighton and families love living in this suburb because of its unique village feel. There are some great cafes such as Port of Call and the Japanese restaurant Y14 is to die for!!

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Victoria Street
25th May 2020

"Great Street walking distance to train station and beach"

I have lived in Victoria Street and it's known for large block sizes and it's great position in Sandringham. Walking distance to the Sandringham's best beach located at the end of Royal Ave, you can walk to the shops, station, supermarket and it has 2 bars. It's also super close to Southland Westfield Shopping Centre, car wash bays, and Sandringham Hospital. It's a lovely wide Street and and Firbank has a smaller campus in the street for it's primary aged children.

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Mills Street
25th May 2020

"Convenience and some beautiful homes"

A very convenient location with quick access to Hampton Street shopping strip. There are some very beautiful family homes here and the neighbours are very community minded. A mixture of lovely period homes with lots of character and the odd modern home in between, the bottom end of the street near Hampton street is nice and wide and there is all day parking in the car park behind the block of apartments near the corner of Hampton Street - great for train commuters!

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Hampton
25th May 2020

"Happy Hampton"

Hampton is often described as Happy Hampton - and there is no wonder. With a great shopping strip offering everything from loads of coffee shops, restaurants, supermarket, grocer, clothing boutiques, gyms, pilates, barre, bars, you really don't need to leave the suburb for anything! Hampton has a great beach and Life Saving Club and is great for long walks with the dog. There is a great park in Thomas Street which has a huge playground for kids and has netball courts. There are a number of very popular pockets to live in Hampton - in and around Margarita Street Hampton is very popular as it is close to St.Leonards, Haileybury and Xavier. Also behind Haileybury in the Castlefield Estate which is filled with gorgeous Californian Bungalow homes. Other areas which people love in Hampton, are in and around Mills Street Hampton, Orlando Street, Crisp Street and Linacre Rd. The train station is also for commuters working in the CBD - it takes just 23 mins to get in!

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Comer Street
24th May 2020

"Golf Course, Schools and close to Brighton"

Comer Street links Dendy Street and South Rd which means from this street you can have access to St.Leonards, Haileybury on South Rd and Brighton Secondary School on Dendy Street. Part of the street backs onto the Golf Course therefore you can buy some lovely homes with beautiful views. Block sizes are quite generous, and you can find blocks on over 1,000m2. There is one apartment block on the corner of Comer Street with only 13 apartments. Some of these have views over the Golf Course. Typically you'll find stand alone homes and some town residences. It's very convenient and people love living here!

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Brighton East
24th May 2020

"Family friendly and terrific Dendy Park"

Brighton East starts on the eastern side of Hampton Street, Brighton and continues across Nepean Highway.
Each pocket of Brighton East - beach side of Nepean Highway and east side of Nepean Highway has it's own merit and there are so many beautiful Parks to enjoy. Beach side you have Dendy park which is huge - people love taking their dogs for walks there - you will see many runners and there are tennis courts here as well. There is the Brighton Golf Course which is a nice course and there are a few streets which back on to the Golf Course and Dendy park offering homeowners fabulous green leafy views. Take a look at Glencairn Avenue and Comer Street, and Sunlight Crescent to name a few. Over Nepean Highway you can enjoy Landcox Park which is so pretty and Gardenvale Primary is very popular amongst the local community. It's still close to all of Brighton's amenities and home prices are little more affordable to Brighton. It's a lovely suburb for families.

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Outer Crescent
24th May 2020

"Walk to everything from Outer Crescent"

If you want to be able to WALK to shopping and schools and public transport as well as the beach - Outer Crescent is the spot! Stroll to Church Street and Bay Street shopping precincts, Middle and North Brighton train stations, Firbank and Brighton Grammar as well as the beach. It's not a quiet street but it's not a main thoroughfare so traffic is only busy around school times. It's not a long street and there is a good mixture of dwellings here - stand alone houses, town houses, semi-detached as well as apartments. It's a brilliant street if you want to leave the car at home!

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Brighton
24th May 2020

"It's all about lifestyle in Brighton"

I grew up here, but have lived interstate and overseas for more than 13 years. I can honestly say living in Brighton is all about lifestyle. I start each day with a run or a walk along the beach, there are so many tracks and different areas to enjoy, with coffee shops dotted along the way. I am lucky to work in Brighton as well however if you work in town, you can choose from 3 train stations to take you into the CBD which takes just 20 minutes. We have some of Melbourne's best schools, Firbank, Brighton Grammar, St.Leonards, Haileybury and Xavier for private schools and a wonderful state secondary school called Brighton Secondary. Our Primary schools are equally sought after. Both Church Street and Bay Street offer great shopping, coffee shops, restaurants, cinema's, and are serviced by rail stations. Brighton is known for captivating new residents - once they move here, they find it very hard to leave. It's great for families and professionals and offers great capital growth for those lucky enough to buy a home here.

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