St Germain Estate

St. Germain, in the Melbourne suburb of Clyde North, promises to offer an alluring suburban lifestyle to anyone who seeks it, from young families to retirees. Opportunities to live, work, shop and socialise are all within walking distance for this community’s residents, while the location in the centre of the southeast growth corridor means the Melbourne CBD is just 45 minutes one way, while the delights of the Mornington Peninsula and Carrum Beach are less than 30 minutes the other.

Thompsons Rd & Bells Rd, Clyde North VIC, Australia

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Dayton 16

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Sorrento 398

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Sorrento 410

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Dayton 16

  • 3
  • 2
  • 2

Sorrento 398

  • 5
  • 2
  • 2

Sorrento 410

  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
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Why buy in St Germain

Inspired by contemporary European villages, St. Germain offers a genuine sense of community to its residents. No matter your age, all the ingredients for a happy life are available a short walk from your front door, including green spaces, community centres, gyms, cafes, restaurants, and offices. With child care centres for the youngest residents and a retirement village for the elderly, St. Germain brings a full spectrum of society together in one perfect place.

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St Germain Suburb Profile

Located within Melbourne’s southeast growth corridor, a stone’s throw from the Princes Freeway and all the access it grants to the city and surrounding areas, Clyde North find itself at the juncture of the suburbs and the country. With a history dating back to 1864, it’s only been in the 21st century that this community has hit its stride. But with the likes of St Germain, The New Bloom, Ramlegh Springs, Smiths Lane, Orana, Meridian, Aspen on Clyde, Delaray and Clydevale estates attracting thousands to the area, it is fast transforming from natural wetlands to a modern and beautiful place to call home. Nature still permeates the suburb, with cleverly designed estates making the most of their natural assets and a ‘green wedge’ designated as a market gardening and dairy farming area, but a layer of convenience and amenity is now offered on top. And with the Melbourne CBD as little as 50 minutes down the road, Clyde North offers easy access to those who need it.