Balwyn North

Local Landmark

  • The Village
  • Gordon Barnard Reserve
  • Balwyn High School

Distance to Melbourne CBD

  • 53 Minutes

  • 2 hours 33 Minutes

  • 50 Minutes

  • 25 Minutes

The image of leafy streets with plenty of canopy is the typical streetscape in Balwyn North, also known as North Balwyn. It is 10 km east of the Melbourne CBD.

 

Tram route 48 passes through Balwyn North, providing the local residents direction public transport to the city. There are a number of bus routes connecting Balwyn North with other suburbs such as Box Hill, Camberwell, Doncaster and Templestowe.

 

Balwyn North was one of the first Melbourne suburbs to be developed according to the pattern of postwar suburbia, with expansive, quiet residential areas designed as family homes and relatively few business districts. While remaining its typical leafy streetscape, nowadays Balwyn North has been one of the most sought after areas in Melbourne due to its school zone location. The highly sought after Balwyn High School is located in Balwyn North. Other primary schools in the area includes Greythorn, Balwyn North, St Bedes, Boroondara Park and Bellevue.

 

The intersection of Doncaster and Bulleen Roads is the main shopping district in the area, known as "The Village". There are few other shopping strips scatter across the suburb, such as Greythorn Village, the East Balwyn Shopping Centre and Belmore Heights Shopping Centre.

Demographics

Average Age
40 - 59
 
Occupation
Health Care/ Social 15%
Professional/ Technical 13%
Retail Trade 11%
 
Ownership
Fully Owned 50%
Purchasing 31%
Renting 19%

 

Data Source: www.domain.com.au, January 2017.

Market Data

Median Price
1 Bedroom Unit -
2 Bedroom Unit $705,000
3 Bedroom Unit $1,128,000
 
Days on Market
1 Bedroom Unit -
2 Bedroom Unit 138
3 Bedroom Unit -
 
Sold This Year
1 Bedroom Unit -
2 Bedroom Unit 23
3 Bedroom Unit 15

 

Data Source: www.domain.com.au, January 2017.

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