Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

High-intent buyers swoop on Beveridge and Millgrove

Home owners
03 November 2021
Save Article

Soaring interest in Melbourne’s outer suburbs

Beveridge and Millgrove are among five outer ring suburbs where demand from house hunters has skyrocketed in the past 12 months.

The activity on from those close to making a purchase in Melbourne’s outer suburbs has jumped significantly and more than doubled in some areas, according to the REA Group’s PropTrack.

The interest from ‘high-intent buyers’ has soared 123.37 per cent in Millgrove, 114.61 per cent in Clyde, and 104.5 per cent in Beveridge, while it rose 86.41 per cent in Frankston North and 83.99 per cent in Yarra Junction.

In these suburbs, more than 25km from the CBD, a typical home sells for less than the median house price in the region.

Millgrove, with a median price of $485,000, is one of the more affordable suburbs in the Yarra Valley, according to Barry Plant Woori Yallock director Jenny Webb.

“It offers good opportunities for first-home buyers, those working from home, and buyers wanting a lifestyle change,” she said.

Along the Hume Highway, 42km from the CBD, Beveridge has a median house price of $645,000.

It is a magnet for first-home buyers, families and downsizers, Barry Plant Wallan sales agent Kieran Knight said.

“The market is buoyant in Beveridge with high demand from buyers moving to outer Melbourne for more bang for their buck,” he said. 

Mandalay Estate is in demand as it offers a golf course, restaurant, gymnasium, pool and tennis courts, with Beveridge Primary School, Wallan Secondary College, shopping centres and parks nearby.

“It represents good value and for $600,000 to $900,000 you can get a nice single or double-storey house on a block from 400sq m to 900sq m in size,” Mr Knight said.

There was strong interest in a four-bedroom house on 648sq m at 12 Halycon Bend which sold before auction for $765,000 to second-home buyers from Donnybrook.

12 Halycon Bend, Beveridge.jpeg

And first-home buyers from Whittlesea snapped up a modern four-bedroom house on 747sq m at 9 Zenith Road for $695,000.

9 Zenith Road, Beveridge.jpeg

“This property attracted multiple offers,” Mr Knight said.

A four-bedroom single-level house at 18 Palladium Circle drew six offers, mainly from first-home buyers, and sold above the seller’s expectations for $621,750.

18 Palladium Circle, Beveridge.jpeg

High demand and low stock levels are pushing up prices in Beveridge, according to Mr Knight.

“There has been a significant 15 to 20 per cent price growth in the past 12 months,” he said.

New listings in Mandalay Estate are generating strong enquiries from buyers, including a fully fenced 835sq m parcel of land at 30 Sanctuary Circuit priced at $400,000.

30 Sanctuary Circuit, Beveridge.jpeg

“This titled block with sweeping views is ready for a dream home,” Mr Knight said.

“It is attracting more than 30 enquiries in a week from buyers in neighbouring suburbs and is expected to sell well.”

Home owners
03 November 2021
Save Article

Get more from Barry Plant.
Sign up for our newsletter

Sign up now to stay informed about market trends, investment opportunities, and exclusive property listings. Don't miss out on valuable insights - join our community today!