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Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by ATANG, 5th May, 2016.

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  1. ATANG

    ATANG Well-Known Member

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    Happy to see my home suburb in paper today.

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    Having stayed there for 8 years, it's truly an amazing place to live probably in the whole country. Even now having based in Melb, I haven't come across a single place that match the quality of lifestyle in that area. Leafy, quiet, yet convenient and beautiful...

    In Spring, autumn, all the trees turned blue and red with, each house owners keep their garden so nice and beautiful, plenty of character homes. You can walk and enjoy the breeze and suddenly you are in poshy new Burnside Village with nice shops and cafes. This is something you can hardly find across the country, many of these so called suburb mall require you to drive into a huge car park and walk half a mile before you get to the exact shop. With BV, it's just so beautiful and modern but at the same time maintaining the village feel.

    And then there's the top international school just round the corner, and playground for kids, PT on Greenhill rd, Portrush rd.... If I were to pick one complain, probably wish there's a tram running down Greenhill rd and stopping at BV. But other than that, it's really a very undervalued suburb. If I were to miss ADL, it would definitely be my home suburb.
     
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  2. D.T.

    D.T. Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    It's a terrific spot :)
     
  3. kamchatsky

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    If I ever do move back to Adelaide and my kids are still in school age, I would highly consider Glenunga.
     
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    Undervalued? Its a million dollar suburb
     
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    Agree, Adelaide eastern suburbs are beautiful, and for their proximity and quality still (relatively) cheap compared to their eastern city counterparts. If I ever moved back to SA it would be in that area though preference would be for the eastern side of Portrush Rd into the Foothills. Just personal choice, feels quieter, greener, bit more space.
     
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    Why the move to Melbourne ? Better city ? More flights to kl ?
     
  7. Xenia

    Xenia Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    I agree ATANG, I love walking or driving down streets in Eastern suburbs. Love leasing and managing properties in those suburbs, love working with that richer demographic of tenants too. Makes things so much easier and more enjoyable.
     
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    ATANG Well-Known Member

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    Depends who you compare it to. No way near Toorak Garden which is just one street across the road.
     
  9. ATANG

    ATANG Well-Known Member

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    There's never a better city. Every city got its good and bad. Melb got its own problems just as Adl got its own problems.
     
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    melbournian Well-Known Member

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    if that was the case, i would be moving to darwin.