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NSW: Baulkham Hills is the new favourite suburb for upsizing to bigger home

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It has long been a favourite destination for families, now Baulkham Hills has ranked as the most popular spot for those looking to upsize to a bigger home.
Recent data show the leafy suburb in Sydney’s northwest, recorded the highest views per listing online for homes with four bedrooms or more.

It was the only NSW suburb to make the list which was dominated by Victoria with Hawthorn East (2), Blackburn (3), Malvern (4) and Glen Iris (5) also performing strongly.

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