Anna and Amanda will be moving into a two-bedroom home in Melbourne.
Anna will be a resident of a new home in the suburbs of Melbourne and she and her husband, Ben, will be living in a three bedroom home in a suburb of Bayswater.
The couple have owned their own home in Bayswood for more than 20 years and it is understood they are expecting to open the home in December.
Their two-bedroom house is expected to be complete by late 2018.
The home has a large living room, dining room and living room with a kitchen.
It is likely to be a comfortable and inviting place for the couple to enjoy the outdoors, as well as enjoying a home cooked meal.
Anna is a professional chef, and Amanda is a teacher.
Both have lived in Melbourne for over 20 years.
The couple will be the first Australian couple to be renting an Australian property.
Melbourne-based property developer Andrew and Karen Leong bought the home from the couple in 2016 and it was subsequently sold to a group of investors in 2018.
In 2018, the couple bought another property in the suburb of St Marys, which is about two kilometres north of Melbourne.
Mr Leong, who is also an investor in the home, said the couple’s new home was in a beautiful location with a great location to be part of the community.
He said they would be keen to maintain a community sense of community, and that they would work with local agencies to support local businesses.
“We’ve already worked with the City of Melbourne to ensure this is a community based property,” he said.
“I think the key to it is that it’s a two and a half bedroom, and then you’ve got the two bedroom that’s the primary residence, which I think is very pleasing to both the tenants and the residents.”
Aboriginal residents in the north-east Melbourne suburbs of Redfern, Tuggeranong, Warrnambool and Yarraville were told they had until the end of March to move out of the property or face eviction.
The two houses in Redfenn are being sold for $500,000 and $500 a week respectively, and the owners will be paying $7,500 a month for the home.
Mr and Ms Leong said the family would like to move into a smaller home in Redfen, where they have already bought an apartment.
“It’s a really special location, it’s just beautiful,” Ms Leung said.
She said they were looking forward to the new home and looking forward on being part of their community.
“There are some great people there,” she said.
The Victorian government has announced that Aboriginal people living in regional areas will receive more than $50,000 in funding over the next five years to help relocate Aboriginal people.
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