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Carmel Close in Baulkham Hills

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Carmel Close is a great place to raise kids with lots of great local schools and parklands. Green and clean street. My family loves it here.

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Sam2018 Sam2018

Carmel Close is a very peaceful and green street. Close to all the amenities - schools, parks, super market. We have very friendly neighborhood.


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