Found in Beveridge, 45km north of the Melbourne CBD, Timbarra sells itself as a ‘gateway to tranquility’. Big skies, rolling hills and a relaxed country lifestyle greet you here, as do generous blocks at surprisingly low prices. Easy access to the Hume Highway even makes this estate an option for city workers, who are able to get into the CBD in as little as 45 minutes. The proximity to the high-growth suburbs of Mickleham and Donnybrook in Melbourne’s north, meanwhile, make this an investment for the future.
12/8 Malcolm St, Beveridge VIC 3753, Australia
Waldorf Grange 49
Waldorf Grange 49
Why buy in Timbarra
The focus is on families at Timbarra. If you’re looking for wide open spaces for kids to run around in, and an area that will grow and develop as your family does, you could hardly do better. And with four bedroom house and land packages able to be secured for under $450,000, the value offered by Timbarra is amongst the best in the state.
Timbarra Suburb Profile
40km north of the Melbourne CBD as the crow flies, as little as 45 minutes by car, Beveridge is a rural locality that is only just realising how desirable its location is. For the longest time this community was known for one thing: being the birthplace of Ned Kelly. While Kelly’s childhood home still stands, other more recent additions to the town are stealing some of its limelight. With established communities within an hour of the CBD becoming the hottest of hot property, Beveridge is beginning to experience real population growth, fuelled by estates like Timbarra and Glenmore. With greater headcount comes greater convenience and amenity; shopping, education, healthcare and transport developments are all in the works, and the sprawling Merrifield Business Park, set to add tens of thousands of jobs to the area, is less than 10 minutes south. But don’t worry – Beveridge won't be giving up its country charm any time soon.