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Good area in St. Leonards

8D ago 1 Replies 15 Views

What is the good area in St. Leonards for buying a first property?
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Sarthak Sarthak
8D ago
Herbert street is a good street for buying a home. it close to SBS childcare, St leonards station, Coles Supermarket, Priceline pharmacy and St Leonards Tavern pub.

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