WHAT IS BRIGHTON’S BEST KEPT SE­CRET?

Herald Sun - Property - - SUBURB PROFILE -

JONATHAN DIXON, JP DIXON

“The beauty of Brighton is that it is a to­tal life­style pack­age with the beach lo­ca­tion, qual­ity of homes, schools, restau­rants and easy ac­cess to the city. Brighton has many mag­nif­i­cent park­lands and a beach­front walk­ing track to the city.”

DANIEL VAUGHAN, OWNER PANTRY CAFE

“It’s so re­laxed and very safe to walk around the streets. It’s busy but you al­ways feel safe here. Brighton is like a coun­try town where every­body knows every­body. I love to walk around the gar­dens of the his­toric man­sion of Billilla. Walk­ing down Hal­i­fax St to­wards Dendy St, you pass un­der the canopy of trees, which is re­ally lovely.”

JO BURSTON, CEN­TURY 21 WENT­WORTH

“Ru­pert and the Fig cafe and restau­rant at 300 Bay St, is the first stop for ev­ery­one in our of­fice ev­ery morn­ing. The cof­fee is the best, the break­fast menu is al­most im­pos­si­ble to de­cide upon and lunch can­not be gone past. It’s all fresh, made on site and the cof­fee gives you that ex­tra bounce in your step. You are served by the own­ers, Ge­orge and Dez, who make you feel wel­come the minute you walk in the door. No one knows the lo­cals like the lo­cals.”

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