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Huggins Road in Thornlie

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How is Huggins Road in Thornlie for a retired couple? Any feedback. Thanks

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Sam2018 Sam2018

Have been living at Huggins Rd for the last 6 years and it is improving from time to time. Very quite street and big houses with huge backyards.

Great street to live for retirees and for young families alike.

Simon Simon

Huggins Road is very nice and quite place. It is a very safe place to live and also close to the river.


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