Regional Victoria is where the city meets the suburbs. It isn't just the best of the city and suburbs worlds; it's more like the home location trifecta. The country, the sea, and the city will all be within driving distance from your new home in Regional Victoria.
We're sure you've heard of The Great Ocean Road, right? Some Regional Victorian suburbs are just a stone's throw away from The Great Ocean Road and the 2000 kilometers of beautiful Victorian coastlines that go along with it. A home in Regional Victoria will give you and your family access to day trips to some of Victoria's most beautiful coastal locations.
Melbourne offers a plethora of unique places to explore. An abundance of art galleries and museums. And countless cafes, bars, and restaurants to experience. Unfortunately, it also comes hand in hand with excessive noise. People are rubbing their shoulders on the street. And unfortunately, a homeless situation that's getting out of hand. Melbourne is a beautiful city to explore and experience. Still, when families are tossing up a city or suburban life, it's no wonder that more city dwellers are making a move to Regional Victoria. Making a move to Regional Victoria allows families to experience all of the fantastic adventures Melbourne has to offer, with the ability to return home to their quiet, safe neighbourhood in just a day.
Making a move to regional living comes along with quite a few cliches—a more relaxed lifestyle. Life moves a little slower. There's more space. The people are friendlier. The air is a little easier to breathe, and typically regional areas are more beautiful. The good news is, it's all true! Furthermore, the sense of community spirit is palpable, and you'll be overwhelmed with a strong sense of belonging.
An obvious benefit from choosing the suburbs over city life is that you can still enjoy employment opportunities from living within close proximity to a major city. In addition, thanks to the global pandemic, working from home is also a genuine opportunity for many employees. These work-from-home lifestyles make choosing to make a move to Regional Victoria a no-brainer. Trade the hustle and bustle of city life for the peaceful streets of these regional Victorian areas.
Regardless of location, Regional Victorian properties are being designed and purposely developed to ensure public transport is at your disposal. You'll have access to metropolitan transport networks along with easy access to most major freeways.
Typically housing values in regional areas are more affordable than those in metropolitan areas. Regional Victoria is no exception. Victorians can purchase a larger block of land to build on for less money. As a result, investors can acquire a more impressive property and first home buyers can get their foot in the property market door.
The beautiful thing about buying and building in a regional area is that you not only get a beautiful custom home, you also get a community. A support network of like-minded people often in a similar time in their life. You will make terrific friends. Your children will grow up riding their bikes on the street. They can play at the park with the neighbours without city life's craziness and unpredictability, turning your hair grey. If you do not want to compromise on a country, city, or coastal lifestyle, don't. Regional Victoria is where the city meets the suburbs. Making a move to Regional Victoria means you don't have to sacrifice a thing. Instead, you'll have all of them at your fingertips. You'll have easy access to the M1 into Melbourne, the Surf Coast, the beaches, and even the popular tourist spot of Geelong. With house and land packages available in a range of great locations across Regional Victoria, we can help you start living the life you want sooner. If you are thinking of building in Victoria, take a look at our Aspire Range or contact a member of our friendly staff with your enquiries here.