Savana Estate

Wyndham Vale, near the established hub of Werribee, has seen serious investment in recent years, and Savana, an intimate yet diverse development in Melbourne’s west, is set to add to the value and amenity of the area. A short walk to Wyndham Vale train station grants access to a 32-minute commute to the Melbourne CBD, an on-site childcare centre ensures young professionals have peace of mind as they head off to work, and the Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre offers all the modern luxuries a family might need.

23 Brightvale Boulevard, Wyndham Vale VIC, Australia

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Why buy in Savana

The grand community park at the entranceway offers residents the perfect introduction to Savana, which boasts a masterplan designed to enhance a neighbourly, community feel. This estate is inclusive; it offers a full range of homes, from grand designs on large blocks to homes that offer low maintenance and real value. No matter who you are, Savana will feel like home.

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Savana Suburb Profile

The new(ish) suburb of Wyndham Vale delivers a life unencumbered to Melbourne’s west. Werribee’s western neighbour, this is a suburb that has only truly come to life this century, on the back of serious development. The 25,000 people who now call Wyndham Vale home are treated to endless amenity, including a number of on-site schools, Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre, and an express train that gets into the Melbourne CBD in under half an hour – a service that not even Werribee can boast. The city is also as little as a 35-minute drive away, making Wyndham Vale an enticing opportunity to those who may also be looking at homes in the more built-up east. Developments like Savana estate offer great value medium- to low-density housing, with house and land packages that allow families to grow with the surrounding area. Add in a splash of natural beauty, and you’ve got quite the proposition.