Parklane Estate

A brand new entrant in one of Melbourne’s highest-growth areas, Parklane is set to shake up the southeast growth corridor. This new estate is walking distance from Casey Fields Sporting Precinct and will be unique in combining supreme levels of luxury with incredible affordability (land can be secured for as little as $247,500!) Lot sizes will measure up to 350m2, granting families the opportunity to grow together in an area that will grow with them, in terms of both amenity and value.

3 Nelson Street, Cranbourne East VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Parklane

Developed by the innovative minds at Privium, Parklane takes healthy inspiration from nature, including the area’s natural wetlands and the Cranbourne Royal Botanic Gardens. It has been designed to bring residents together; to be a place where neighbours chat in the street, and waves are exchanged as cars pass by. If you want to feel instantly at home in the southeast, Parklane is for you.

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Parklane Suburb Profile

With beautiful wetlands in the north and Casey Fields in the south, the residents of Cranbourne East enjoy life as the meat in a nature sandwich. The endless amenity of Cranbourne itself is also right next door, with the Royal Botanic Gardens and Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre filling days with relaxation and fun. Since the establishment of the Cranbourne East Development Plan in 2008, this suburb has gone from strength to strength. Beautiful communities continue to be created in the suburb to this day, such as Parklane estate. Thanks to its youth, there is a modern, contemporary and exciting atmosphere here; you can almost sense the possibility and opportunity in the air. As the southeast continues to develop, Cranbourne East will firm itself as a hub of the region, and one that remains just a 45-minute drive from the Melbourne CBD. All in all, the future looks decidedly rosy here.