Clyde North Suburb Guide
All the modern amenity you need
A rapidly developing community, Clyde North is proving a hot new choice for prospective home buyers shopping in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs. A brand new location, the area isn’t steeped in heritage; instead it’s designed from scratch, with all the modern features needed by the families of today. And if the staggering property growth numbers from 2019 in surrounding suburbs such as Clyde are anything to go by, it’s one to jump on while you can!
A leisurely 45 minutes from Melbourne CBD
Clyde North is the destination for those who love an active lifestyle. For nature lovers looking for an ideal tree change, Clyde North has an abundance of greenery, parkland and natural activities for its residents. The Cranbourne Royal Botanic Garden is a true highlight of the area, with more than 170,000 individual native Australian plants to admire, offering the opportunity to take an exciting journey through our diverse Australian landscape.
In addition, the 76 hectare Casey Fields Sporting Complex is a $30 million destination, offering everything from football and tennis, to cycling and fishing. Connected by walking and bike tracks, it’s an easily accessible and fantastic place for the whole family. Best of all? It’s a mere 10 minute drive for Clyde North-ians.
A first home buyer hotspot
There’s no doubt the laid back lifestyle, plus exciting pipeline of amenities, is why Clyde North is quickly becoming a first home buyer hotspot. If you’re interested in local shopping Selandra Rise is just a short drive away, as is The Avenue Village Shopping Centre for a range of grocery and retail options.
City commuters can breathe a sigh of relief, with Merinda Park and Pakenham Station connecting residents to Melbourne’s CBD in a mere 55 minutes. Local bus routes also regularly service the area, making Clyde North an easy place to navigate. With steady growth predicted for the region, talk of future works such as an additional Clyde train station and increased bus routes will make living even easier.
Surrounded by schools
For families seeking promising educational opportunities, Clyde North is surrounded by a number of quality schools such as St Peter’s College, Casey Grammar School, St Thomas The Apostle Catholic Primary School and Wilandra Rise Primary School. An influx of young parents to the area means there are plenty of daycare options, as well as plans to develop even more schools. In fact, seven are currently under construction, including Cranbourne West Secondary and Special School — due to open in 2021.
An up-and-coming foodie hotspot
Clyde North has plenty of restaurants nearby such as Georgio’s Seafood & Steak in Beaconsfield, The Amazing Grace in Cranbourne and the delicious Bostini Pizza. There are also plenty of family-favourite franchises close by at local shopping centres such as Selandra Rise, Clyde North Coles and the Avenue Village.
A wise investment choice for young home buyers, Clyde North is an evolving location — boasting a tonne of new developments, schools and activities for the local community.