Situated in the centre of the southeast Melbourne growth corridor, Clydevale is proving an incredibly popular estate, even in such a competitive development market. Upon inspection, the reasons are obvious; this is a masterfully master-planned estate that has put liveability at the centre of every design decision. Community and balance are big here, as demonstrated by the abundance of open communal space, and the variety of properties available to be purchased.
9 Murphy Street, Clyde North VIC, Australia
Why buy in Clydevale
Parks, wetlands, sports facilities and endless winding trails - Clydevale is a particularly tempting prospect for outdoor types. The open spaces of the estate serve to draw people out of their homes and then bring them together, with barbecues, basketball hoops, soccer pitches and plenty of areas to laze in the gorgeous landscaping of the community. The location, with an ever-growing list of surrounding amenity, doesn’t hurt either.
Clydevale Suburb Profile
Located within Melbourne’s southeast growth corridor, a stone’s throw from the Princes Freeway and all the access it grants to the city and surrounding areas, Clyde North find itself at the juncture of the suburbs and the country. With a history dating back to 1864, it’s only been in the 21st century that this community has hit its stride. But with the likes of Clydevale, The New Bloom, St Germain, Smiths Lane, Delaray, Meridian, Orana, Ramlegh Springs and Aspen on Clyde estates attracting thousands to the area, it is fast transforming from natural wetlands to a modern and beautiful place to call home. Nature still permeates the suburb, with cleverly designed estates making the most of their natural assets and a ‘green wedge’ designated as a market gardening and dairy farming area, but a layer of convenience and amenity is now offered on top. And with the Melbourne CBD as little as 50 minutes down the road, Clyde North offers easy access to those who need it.