Which one of these properties is the best in town?

Well, we’re not here to pick the best, but rather to answer the question: Which one is the one you’ll live in for the longest?

The top ten properties in town are all located in the West End, which means that the area is home to a lot of the city’s most iconic buildings.

And yes, we know that the West Side has a lot to offer in terms of affordable housing, but there are still some gems worth taking a look at. 

As for the rest of the properties, we’ll take a look, with a bit of an eye towards the best of the best.

This is a property in the city centre, and it’s home to one of the country’s most famous landmarks, the Royal Opera House.

This gorgeous building was originally built in the 1920s, and was built to house a theater that was being operated by the Royal Family.

As you can see in the photo above, it’s an absolutely gorgeous building, and if you’ve ever had the pleasure of touring the building you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.

But if you’re looking for the best views, or a truly stunning view of the river, there are other great options here.

The property is also home to the former National Theatre, and is the most famous landmark in the area.

The Theatre’s current owners, the Beechman Brothers, built it in the 1930s and it still has the look and feel of an old fashioned theatre. 

But unlike the National, this property is not a traditional theatre.

It’s actually an open-air amphitheater that’s used for music and film performances. 

The Beechmans have also put in an extensive renovation, which includes adding a full stage and some extra seating. 

It’s a beautiful venue, and the whole building is worth checking out. 

If you’re in the mood for a relaxing evening in the neighbourhood, the River Walk is also worth checking into, which is just a few blocks from the Opera House on the river. 

Another popular attraction is the Royal Park, which has a very impressive array of gardens, parks and outdoor terraces.

The park also houses a lot more than just the Royal, with the nearby Royal Botanic Gardens being a great place to start if you want to soak in the atmosphere. 

A big part of the Royal’s appeal is its view, and I’ve been to the property a few times, and you can really appreciate just how far it’s come since its original construction. 

Of course, there’s a lot going on in the park itself, too.

The gardens are home to over 1,000 species of plants, which make for a really unique view, as well as a variety of animals that can be seen in all sorts of different habitats. 

There are also trails, which are usually a good way to get around, or just to get away from the hustle and bustle of the CBD, as the park has a variety to offer. 

Finally, if you are in the region, there is also the historic George Street Bridge, which crosses the River Thames at Victoria Park. 

With a lot being built in Melbourne and in the surrounding area, you might expect the Bridge to be a bit more busy, and for good reason.

The construction is a bit complicated, but it’s still a really popular spot for people to walk around, so it’s worth checking in for a good view. 

While it may not be as active as the Royal Botanical Gardens, it is a great spot for walking around and taking in the view of Victoria Park, and also a great way to catch a train, bus or plane to the CBD. 

You can also get a great look at the Riverbank from this place, which features a huge number of different buildings, and a variety that you won’t find anywhere else. 

Lastly, if that’s not enough to keep you interested, there isn’t much else to do in Melbourne’s CBD.

If you’re after a great day out in the country, and really want to experience the city, check out the Westfield. 

Located just a short walk from the Riverwalk, Westfield is the place to be if you have a little extra cash and want to indulge in some of the more unusual shopping.

There are also some great restaurants, cafes and even the latest fashion trends. 

One of my favourite things about Melbourne is that it’s so vibrant and diverse, so if you like to travel a little more, and don’t mind spending some extra money, you’ll find it hard to go wrong with any of these. 

Stay safe, and keep the peace,

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