Searching for property in Beaconsfield Upper, VIC 3808? It's a good first step to evaluate if the suburb is a serious contender for your next home. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Beaconsfield Upper property prices, market trends & demographics so that we can help you justify the price for your next home or investment.
If you're looking at buying in Beaconsfield Upper, keep reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb so great.
Overview The suburb of Beaconsfield Upper lies 45 kilometres southeast of Melbourne's Central Business District. According to the 2016 census, it had a population of 2,861.
Beaconsfield Upper is within the jurisdiction of the Shire of Cardinia local government area. Its surrounding localities include Narre Warren East, Emerald, Dewhurst, Harkaway, Pakenham Upper, and Guys Hill.
Living in Beaconsfield Upper Beaconsfield Upper boasts several sporting facilities for cricket, football, scouting, pony riding, and tennis. The Beaconhills Country Club on Stoney Creek Road is a popular golfing destination for enthusiasts.
Beaconsfield Upper has kindergartens, a primary school, a nursing home and a men's shed. The community centre offers a variety of classes and courses, internet access, crèche, and maternal and child health services.
History of Beaconsfield Upper With terrain preferable for grazing sheep and cattle, the suburbs earliest settlers were small farmers. By 1912, a school, a hall, a general store, a post office, six guesthouses, and the Pinegrove Hotel were built. Several facilities, including the Pinegrove Hotel, were destroyed by the 1983 Ash Wednesday fires. Beaconsfield Upper was formerly within the Shire of Pakenham local government area.
Find out more about the Beaconsfield Upper real estate market by connecting with a top-notch Beaconsfield Upper real estate agent using our find agent page.