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Eynesbury is an amazing place to call home. And with the many options available to purchasers right now, it’s never been a better time to jump on board with the thousands who already call Eynesbury home.
Whether you’re after a large premium block for a family home and loads of outdoors space, a budget friendly smaller lot, primely located land close to all the amenities that matter, or stunning, low maintenance townhomes, Eynesbury has you covered.
For those wanting to combine the construction of a home and purchase of land into one process, Eynesbury offers a number of affordable house and land packages to simplify the purchase and offer generous cost savings.
Self-contained and beautiful, Eynesbury is more than just a development.
There are plenty of services and amenities already on the ground making life at Eynesbury easy and connected. With an on-site Early Learning Centre, Kindergarten and State Primary School, Eynesbury has quality education sorted. Whilst the recent launch of the Eynesbury Recreation Reserve, featuring sporting ovals / courts, adventure play space, off-leash dog park and state-of-the-art pavilion, gives residents another amazing facility to enjoy. And together with the world class Eynesbury 18-hole golf course and numerous parks and reserves, an outdoors active lifestyle is made easy.
Perhaps one of the most unique aspects to the Eynesbury masterplan is its rich history and many natural wonders. From restored heritage sites to the pristine Eynesbury ornamental lake and 288-hecatares of protected Grey Box Forest, there’s plenty waiting to be explored and discovered.
The future also looks bright for Eynesbury. With plans progressing for a major town centre and further investment in roads and infrastructure, there’s plenty in the pipeline to propel Eynesbury into an exciting future.
THE EYNESBURY STYLE
Loosely inspired by the ‘great Australian country town’, the architectural style of Eynesbury allows for individuality of design, different builders and homes of all shapes and sizes. Importantly, the distinctive Eynesbury Style is enshrined by design covenants that ensure the unique character of this special place is preserved.
The Eynesbury Lifestyle
The Eynesbury lifestyle and community spirit is something that residents new and old hold close to their hearts.
From carefully planned walkable residential areas to gently curbing streets lined with mature trees and beautiful homes, neighbours become lifelong friends and kids play safely. It’s the kind of place which fosters a true sense of community spirit and neighbourliness.
For those looking to blend their lifestyle with nature, it’s easy to strike the perfect balance between work and play in the great outdoors with 50% of the masterplan being green open space. And for the foodies out there, Ms Peacock Restaurant & Bar, located in the totally reimagined Eynesbury Homestead, gives residents and visitors a place to relax and enjoy dining with neighbours and friends.
Plus, the numerous community festivals and events held at the Eynesbury Quarter, the central hub of the development, brings everyone together – you can just feel the heart and soul of Eynesbury – people, laughter and life.
Eynesbury is considered part of metropolitan Melbourne, and is located 40 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD in the booming Western growth corridor. It also lies between two fast-growing ‘cities’ – Melton to the north and Werribee to the south, both of which lie within two of the fastest growing local government areas.
Eynesbury is currently home to over 3,000 residents, comprising of approximately 1,000 households. There are currently 4,500 lots approved for development.
First settled by Thomas Staughton in the 1840s, Eynesbury was named after his birthplace in England. Initially comprising 101,000 acres, it extended from Melton in the North to Staughton Vale in the South. 36,000 acres was annexed for the Melton Township with the rest divided between Thomas’ four sons. They Eynesbury station was then purchased by John Baillieu in 1947.
Originally the site was 18,000 acres before 3,000 acres were set aside for the Eynesbury township in 1947. Today, may of Eynesbury’s assets are listed in the Victorian Heritage Register and remain protected for generations to enjoy.
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