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Anuj

Anuj

Real Estate Consultant,

Norham Road in Ayr

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How is Norham Road, Ayr in QLD to live? TIA

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Ranjit Ranjit

Norham Rd has quite big houses and the street itself is pretty wide and clean. Lot of green areas. A nice street to live.

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Justprop Editor Justprop Editor

Its a nice street which is at a walking distance to shops. However, sometimes it gets too noisy due to traffic.


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