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      Top 5!!!!!!!!

      HI ALL,

      Please would all you guys on PIA give us your TOP 5 places of districts you would most like to live in and why?

      Just in case i have over looked somewhere stunning that you guys have found.

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      Senior Member
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      Mar 2008
      South Plympton, Adelaide
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      I like Blackwood/Belair/ Coromandel Valley area
      Semaphore / Largs Bay
      Aldinga but it's too far away for me.
      Colonel Light Gardens
      Stirling/ Upper Sturt/ Aldgate

      and because the above would be realistically priced for me the following is just a dream

      Bang slap on Brighton Esplanade or South Esplanade at Glenelg overlooking the beach!
      Sailed SS Australis out of Southampton 1977.Arrived October in Adelaide via Melbourne 1977.Liverpool/London 1987 - 1992
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      We live in coromandel Valley which is nice but rural.
      I love Glenelg and Brighton - pricey.
      Also really like stonyfell and Burnside but also a bit pricey.

      Depends on budget and if you want country, coromandel reminds me of the dorset countryside.
      Glenelg vibrant but must be a nightmare in the summer - haven't been there in the summer yet though.

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      Rob and Clare
      If money was no object then..

      North Adelaide
      Unley Park

      These are all classy areas, with the lowest crime, highest property prices, nicest restuarants / pubs, they are the best places....

      For realistically priced areas...

      Mawson Lakes - well i would say that, but it's a great mix of lifestyle with facilites no area can match, and 15 mins from the beach.
      West Lakes - Near Footy park, and one of the best shopping centres outside the city, the lakes abuzz with activity and still near the beach too.
      Henley Beach - The best beach area of adelaide, offers a great lifestyle...
      Tea Tree - loads of facilities, great track along the torrens from the hills through the city to the beach for cycling, and it's quite a green area, you'll miss the green in the summer
      Gawler - On the edge of the barossa, land prices are so cheap, so the dream home is more within reach, for less than we paid for our house, friends have a huge plot, 5 bedroom house, large pool, spa, massive pergola, and a playground for the kids... The facilities up there though are a bit poorer....


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