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Berwick Real Estate

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Berwick Real Estate has become tremendously popular as the Melbourne population expands out into the south eastern suburbs.


There is diversified choice of Berwick real estate, ranging from the glamorous million dollar houses built on the hills of Berwick, with views back to Melbourne City Centre, to the first home buyers packages available in the recently built housing estates.

Berwick real estate provides something for everyone, from small acreage lots close by in the Beaumont Road area, to attractive house blocks available in estates like Eden Rise and Berwick Springs, which have all the modern conveniences expected in estates which have grown in the last decade.

Berwick Real Estate Prices

Berwick Real Estate has known unprecedented growth in the last 10 years with a number of new housing estates springing up – particularly on the south side of Berwick.

The median house price for Berwick real estate as of March 2010 was A$470,000 and capital growth for Berwick real estate properties has increased by 41% in the period March 2006 – March 2010. (Source REIV)

Investing In Berwick Real Estate.

This outstanding growth in Berwick real estate presents handsome returns for investors who are looking to increase their property portfolio. There seems to be a nonstop demand for rental properties in the area and the local media often report on the difficulty some residents have in obtaining a rental property.

Talk To The Local Berwick Real Estate Experts

Due to the high growth in Berwick during the last 20 years, there is now in excess of 15 Berwick Real Estate providers servicing the area. Berwick Real estate agents have precise knowledge of the local market, can give you a very accurate market appraisal and are up to date on changing market conditions. Nothing beats the skill of a local Berwick real estate agent.

What are the predictions for Berwick Real Estate.

It is expected the demand for Berwick real estate will continue to expand with the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) stating ‘the population of Berwick is expected to grow rapidly on the back of strong residential development’.

Berwick is part of the City of Casey and currently has a population of approximately 47,000 people with the City of Casey having approximately 253,000 residents, with an expected annual growth rate of 2.33% forecast until 2036.

A Guide To Berwick

Berwick is ideally located in the south east growth corridor of Melbourne and is approximately 45 kilometres south east of Melbourne’s city centre

Today Berwick is a delightful mix of old and new. The main shopping belt along High Street and the streets leading off High Street have a 19th-century English village look. A lot of historic buildings still remain in and around Berwick along with many manicured gardens and streets lined with deciduous trees.

Some of the historic buildings still being used presently include The Berwick Inn, originally known as the Border Hotel, which was built in 1857 and the nearby Berwick Mechanics Institute & Free Library which moved to its present site in 1880. There are still several churches around the town centre which date back to the late 1800s.

The attractive mix of old and new is what gives Berwick its individual charm. Much of the old world charm has been retained in the main street with the older buildings and wide street, but this ole world charm mixes in beautifully with the many newer contemporary style cafes and restaurants which have opened in recent years.

Berwick Real Estate also includes…

In the last 10 years Berwick and its adjoining districts have enjoyed huge growth in retail shopping. Fountain Gate Shopping Centre is located in nearby Narre Warren, and is one of the largest Westfield shopping centres in Australia. There are plans for it to further increase in size with Myer announcing it will build a store within the shopping centre precinct.

Berwick has excellent public transport available with Berwick train station being part of the Pakenham line that runs through the south eastern suburbs to the city centre, and Berwick also has a comprehensive bus service catering for the people of Berwick.

Monash University and Chisholm institute of TAFE both have campuses located near the Berwick Train Station and provides further investment opportunities for property investors who want to invest in Berwick real estate close to the university and TAFE.  An investment property set up for student accommodation can provide a very good return on investment.

Wilson Botanic Park – A Very Popular Local Attraction.

Wilson Botanic Park is a 39 hectare site which was originally a basalt quarry that started commercial operations in the mid 1850’s supplying rock fill used in the construction of the Gippsland railway line, and it continued as a commercial entity until 1979.

In 1992 the site was donated to the community by Mr George Wilson, grandson of the original land and it had been owned by the family since 1854. Since 1992 it has evolved into an sanctuary of gardens, flora and birdlife, picnic areas and scenic walking trails with lookouts. It also has some spectacular exposed rock formations, unique fossils which are more than 22 million years old and three picturesque lakes

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Call Realtor Agata Grudzinski @ (850) 708-7724 for Property Details.