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Craigieburn, with its large newly built homes, is ideal for families and you’ll find your neighbours to be just that – friendly maturing couples and families.
With grasslands and golf courses, shopping centres and skate parks, and good proximity to Brunswick cafes, weekends can fill up quickly in Craigieburn.
Craigieburn is an evolving area with many planned housing estates, some award-winning, so housing is affordable, varied and largely contemporary in design.
Craigieburn has 177 properties available for rent and 261 properties for sale. Median property prices over the last year range from $595,000 for houses to $400,500 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Craigieburn rent out for $400 PW with an annual rental yield of 3.5% and units rent for $350 PW with a rental yield of 4.5%. Based on five years of sales, Craigieburn has seen a compound growth rate of 8.0% for houses and 2.8% for units.
Zip up Sydney Road and the Hume Highway and you’ll find Craigieburn, just 25kms north of Melbourne’s CBD. It’s an evolving area, retaining its greenery – you’ll find many activities here including golf courses, sporting grounds and conservation grasslands here. It’s developing considered new housing estates with shopping centres and facilities like the Hume Global Learning Centre.
Craigieburn can offer you everything from shopping at Craigieburn Central, Craigieburn Plaza or Highlands (which hosts a monthly farmers market) to having a round of golf at Craigieburn Public Golf Course or a picnic at DS Aitken Reserve. You can also check out what’s on at the gallery at Hume Global Learning Centre, or drive down the Hume Highway to the many different cafes of Brunswick’s Sydney Road.
While some estates more established than others, Craigieburn can offer affordable contemporary family homes built on well-designed estates. Along Waterview Blvd you’ll even get just that – water views – from your spacious new family home.
If you want to relax in a brand new family dream home, with good shopping nearby, plenty of schools, great facilities and impressive grasslands, Craigieburn’s definitely the suburb to be at. Just 25kms north of the city but a quick half hour drive to the cafes of Sydney Road, there’s something for the whole family here.