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When thinking about where to live in Perth I have jotted down my must haves. I would appreciate everyones recommendations. I'm visiting Perth in a couple of weeks and want to visit areas that fit my criteria. My preferences are:

 

1. Has to be Quiet and not overly populated.

2. Professional area ideal for people with no kids.

3. Either close to the beach, or semi-rural towards the hills.

4. Semi-rural and choice of property with plenty of privacy.

5. Good transport links into CBD.

6. Established area but with modern living (not old dated properties).

 

I really hope you can offer some advice that I can use on my reccie. Thanks.

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When thinking about where to live in Perth I have jotted down my must haves. I would appreciate everyones recommendations. I'm visiting Perth in a couple of weeks and want to visit areas that fit my criteria. My preferences are:

 

1. Has to be Quiet and not overly populated.

2. Professional area ideal for people with no kids.

3. Either close to the beach, or semi-rural towards the hills.

4. Semi-rural and choice of property with plenty of privacy.

5. Good transport links into CBD.

6. Established area but with modern living (not old dated properties).

 

I really hope you can offer some advice that I can use on my reccie. Thanks.

 

You are going to struggle to get all of that - when you say transport links - do you mean by car or train? When you talk about modern living - how old do you consider dated? When you talk about professional area with no kids do you mean no kids playing around outside or zero kids in the street? Are you looking at renting or buying - what is your budget?? If you look at the hills area you will find larger acreage properties so not so near the neighbours but you`ll pay for it too. How near to the CBD do you need??


The people who reach the top of the tree, are only those who haven`t got the qualifications to detain them at the bottom.

Peter Ustinov

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Guest TheBradys

We used to live in Subiaco - on salvado road.... Subiaco is only 2 stops on the train to the city centre, its moderm with cafes, restraunts and bars, but where we lived on salvado road was far enought away from the pubs (5min walk) to have that quiet feel... Its also only a 10min drive to city beach.... Floreat and wembley are nice too but not on the train line....

 

Good luck x

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