Grand Central Estate

Located in the burgeoning suburb of Tarneit in Melbourne’s west, Grand Central is not an estate that cuts corners. Exclusive, luxurious living, with outdoor amenities for all, make this a community that effortlessly combines the classic with the contemporary. 28km west of the CBD, this boutique estate offers secure connections to the rest of Melbourne as well as local convenience in the form of a bustling town centre.

1118 Sayers Road, Tarneit VIC 3029, Australia

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Wellington 36

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Ascot 151

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Midland 21

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Wellington 36

  • 4
  • 2
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Ascot 151

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Midland 21

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Why buy in Grand Central

The designer homes of Grand Central are undoubtedly beautiful, but the real stars of this estate are found outdoors. The shared spaces are, in a word, stunning. Expertly landscaped, they are replete with art and sculpture - a cost that not many developers can tend to justify, but that the team at Grand Central thankfully have. In terms of class, this new community is in a league of its own. As the name suggests, it aims to be in the heart of the area’s action for years to come.

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Grand Central Suburb Profile

The migration to Melbourne’s west is on, and Tarneit is leading the charge. This dumbbell-shaped suburb to the north of Werribee is just a 30-minute drive or 27-minute train ride from the Melbourne CBD, and it’s largely due to this prime location that the area has exploded in recent years. Residential subdivisions didn’t really begin until the 90s, but between then and 2016 the population grew to almost 35,000, and it is expected to rise to over 60,000 by the end of the decade. The growth is being fuelled by stunning developments like Grand Central, The Grove, Rothwell, Parkview, Habitat, Newhaven, Orchard and Emerald Park estate, which have been designed in a way that maximises the natural beauty and big skies of the area, while also turning it from empty grazing land to modern metropolis. The already healthy level of amenity will only be enhanced in years to come, making the lives of homebuyers ever more comfortable and fulfilling.