ORA Berwick Estate
Located in Berwick - a 40 minute drive southeast of the Melbourne CBD, just off the M1 - Ora offers contemporary Australian living at its finest. Seamlessly integrating with the rest of this established suburb, residents can expect to enjoy the finest shopping, entertainment, education and transport options from the moment they move in - at Ora there’s no waiting for the surrounding area to catch up. A limited opportunity of premium lots located next to a beautiful patch of greenery, Ora is set to become one of the southeast’s hottest addresses.
109 Homestead Road, Berwick VIC, Australia
Why buy in ORA Berwick
The quiet and picturesque township of Berwick has managed to retain its unique look and feel over the years, even as it turned from satellite settlement to suburb. In Ora you have an encapsulation of that character - a boutique and charming estate that is loaded with community spirit. As a development of less than 100 homes (many of which will be built on lots measuring more than 500m2), this is the sort of place where neighbours quickly become friends.
ORA Berwick Suburb Profile
Found a 45km, 40-minute drive from the Melbourne CBD, just beyond the established hubs of Dandenong and Narre Warren, Berwick is a rural community turned satellite town turned Melbourne suburb. Established in 1854 as a cropping and dairy farming community, over the years it was realised that Berwick offers the sort of lifestyle so rare in Australia’s big cities; one that brings country charm and real community spirit, but leaves behind the traditional inconvenience of rural living. Walking the streets of Berwick you’ll be struck by how the historic is interspliced with the contemporary, and how friendly the locals can be. This unique combination of traits has seen Berwick become a focus for developers, with the likes of ORA Berwick and Alira estates managing to capture the personality of the area, while bringing levels of amenity and liveability that our modern lives demand. This is a community that lives in the now, but that is perfectly deferent to its past.