Grandview Estate

Grandview is a community of 1600 homes in Truganina, a mostly undeveloped suburb just 28km west of the Melbourne CBD. Grandview is far from just a name; this elevated parcel of land grants residents beautiful big-sky views of the open and airy west. Liveability and recreation are significant drawcards here, with Grandview boasting a wealth of public spaces that help to generate a real sense of community.

317 Greigs Road, Truganina VIC, Australia

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Brampton 19

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Bellevue 318

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Hoffman 39P

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Brampton 19

  • 4
  • 2
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Bellevue 318

  • 5
  • 2
  • 3

Hoffman 39P

  • 4
  • 2
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Why buy in Grandview

While Melbourne’s east has forever found itself in the crosshairs of developers. The city’s picturesque west has not—which makes it a boon for today’s buyers looking for excellent value property located surprisingly close to the CBD. With residents just a half-hour drive from the city, Grandview offers a charming home for city workers for those who will work at Melbourne Business Park. This 260ha industrial estate will be established only 3km from the community

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Grandview Suburb Profile

The plains found between Werribee and Melton were long ignored by Melbourne developers, as the east side of the city commanded their constant attention. This means that to this day, the likes of Mount Cottrell, a suburb as little as a 35-minute drive from the Melbourne CBD, remains largely open and untouched. This is slowly beginning to change however, as the opportunity presented by the west begins to be recognised by developers. Their opportunity is your opportunity. In Mount Cottrell you are super close to the city, but you might as well be a world away – big blocks, expansive (but not expensive) houses and fresh country air make this an escape from the rat race, but one that keeps it within reach. Add in the modern masterplanning offered by new estates, and the financial opportunity of investing in an area that has endless growth and development on its horizon, and you have a seriously compelling prospect.