So what areas in Frankston should be avoided when looking to buy??

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dave181 2yrs+
Avoid Frankston North, the Pines, and Karingal. anywhere south of the Railway line is Good. But for a great area, you also need to be beach side of Frankston Flinders Rd.
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AlphonzoR Jun 08, 2016
I find it quite interesting, several people have mentioned avoid the Pines/Frankston North. From being both a multi-investor in the "pines" estate, i feel we may have to agree to disagree based on performance, ROI and the surge in prices for the area. On average the area has increased by no less than $80k in the past 4 years i have owned there. That's $20k per year and a 6-7% ROI, i cant think of another pocket in Frankston that can compare. The people who have held onto the stigma of the area being full of "bad apples" will be disappointed they missed out on an area with serious potential both from a financial gain and from a community perspective.
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Enhaych84 2yrs+
anywhere around john paul college is an excellent pocket, that area sells quite fast
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kate74 2yrs+
I think Karingal is ok and we are near Mt. Erin Cres which is the non-beach side of Frankston Flinders Rd, and it's a lovely area. Quiet, clean and friendly people. I would avoid near the station and Frankston Nth.
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The area around Towerhill Road is great. We have noticed a lot of young families moving into this area as it affordable & renovating.
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AliceC 2yrs+
Avoid the Pines.

Anywhere along the beach is obviously desirable. There's also a really nice pocket between Beach Street and Cranbourne Road (Willis, Joy, James Streets etc) - nicely renovated houses on tree lined streets, close to everything.
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mars13041 2yrs+
Hi yeah I was in Karingal and it didnt look like a bad area....whats the reason behind your opinion?
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Enhaych84
Enhaych84 I agree with that!!!!
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Daniel Condon
Daniel Condon Karingal is a great pocket. I have sold many homes in there and everyone that has moved there loves it! Close to all amenities and has plenty of schools and shops etc
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Enhaych84
Enhaych84 i lived in sassafras drive, it was great i enjoyed it.
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EricS1
EricS1 Karingal is one of the best middle class suburbs in Melbourne!! It has great shopping center and food court, 5 minutes to beach, coles very close too, awesome parks and schools, kindergarden, cinema, Nando, cheap $2 shop etc. It's old people living area which is great for those who want quite location. It's perfect, I've been living here since I was 27, I am 35 now and I am loving it !!!
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