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How is Glenwood Road in Glenorchy?

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Can anyone please provide a review of the Glenwood Road in Glenorchy, Hobart. Thanks

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It is a great street to live. Proximity to super markets and also great views of the Derwent and of Tolosa reservoir. Overall a family friendly street.

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