leelee53

Thoughts on Clovelly Park for young family??

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    Hi, keeping our options open as it's coming upto the end of our lease. As much as we love where we live, Im not crazy about the house as it's an older property, and would much prefer a more modern family home.

     

    Been to look at a lovely modern home today in Clovelly Park. Just wondered what people know about that area? Would it suit a young family of 4??

     

    Any thoughts appreciated! ;o)

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    hmmm for local schools, but just up the road if you can get them in there is Eden Hills Primary and Blackwood Primary and Blackwood High. Drove through this area the other day and it is a changing area , with lots of new builds going up. Lots of little parks and close to shops and entertainment and the beach.

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    Lot going on there but seams to be a problem with the ground water and contamination in the soil just be aware where you pick.

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    Hi leelee53, it's quite industrial in that area. We used to live just up the road from Clovelly Park in Clarence Gardens which I highly recommend. Clarence Gardens seems to be the new commuter belt hot spot with one of the shortest (2 weeks) sale time (from going on market to accepting an offer). School wise you probably want to be one suburb further to the East to be in catchment for Goodwood Primary School or Unley High School. Clovelly Park is probably in the school zone for Colonel Light Gardens or Pasadena.

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    What Ian Mc says is true. There was some discussion about groundwater contamination in the newspaper not that long - SA Health would have more details about that. I think it was only specific areas though.

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