Beaconsfield VIC, 3807

Beaconsfield Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Making a move to Beaconsfield, VIC 3807? It's fundamental to determine if the suburb is suitable for your lifestyle and or financial circumstances. The Homes.com.au suburb profile removes the guesswork by providing the Beaconsfield property prices, market trends & demographics so we can enable you to be informed regarding your potential move to the suburb.

If you are new to Beaconsfield, continue reading for a brief history lesson to find out more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview Beaconsfield is a suburb under the local government areas of the Shire of Cardinia and the City of Casey, about 44 kilometres from the central business district of Melbourne. It has an elevation of 102 metres. In 2016, Beaconsfield had a population of 7,096 based on a census from the same year.

Living in Beaconsfield Beaconsfield is an ideal place to raise a family due to the accessibility of essential amenities. The suburb has public, private, and catholic schools. Several nature reserves are present within and nearby the area, such as the Beaconsfield Flora and Fauna Reserve, the Berwick Views Wetlands, and the Bob Burgess Reserve. The Beaconsfield Park is open for everyone who wishes to enjoy a walk, picnic, or relaxation in the area. In addition to these, visitors and locals can also find a couple of shopping centres, local shops, service centres, and recreational facilities.

History of Beaconsfield The Aboriginal people originally inhabited this town until Europeans settled on the land. Beaconsfield was rich in resources, such as fish, freshwater, flora, and fauna that get hunted. The suburb got its name from Lord Beaconsfield, a well-known statesman Disraeli. Prior to this, the town was referred to as Little Berwick. A railway station on the Gippsland line was built during 1881, and this was called Beaconsfield.

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Real Estate Beaconsfield, 3807 Statistics

39yrs

Beaconsfield
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Beaconsfield Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$620,000
Apartments / Units$610,000

Properties in Beaconsfield VIC, 3807

St Francis Xavier CollegeFirst Grammar BeaconsfieldBeaconsfield Kindergarten- O'Neil RoadLittle Owls Early Learning CentreBeaconsfield Children's Hub Panorama EstateBeaconsfield OSHClubBeaconsfield Primary School

Agents in Beaconsfield VIC, 3807

Triple One Group Pty Ltd
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Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Minus The Agent Sales

Australian Home Partners
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Australian Home Partners

1 Sell My Own Place

Hall & Partners First National Dandenong
Property Agent Leigh Hall
Hall & Partners First National Dandenong

Leigh Hall

Director
First National Real Estate Ranges
Property Agent Mick Dolphin
First National Real Estate Ranges

Mick Dolphin

Director
Uphill Real Estate
Property Agent Dilshan Wijerathna
Uphill Real Estate

Dilshan Wijerathna

Director
Kaye Charles Real Estate
Property Agent Amanda Charles
Kaye Charles Real Estate

Amanda Charles

Principal
OBrien Real Estate Pakenham
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OBrien Real Estate Pakenham

Ron Marshall

Sales representative
Barry Plant Berwick
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Barry Plant Berwick

Hayley Taufa

Harcourts Pakenham
Property Agent Tain Bartholomew
Harcourts Pakenham

Tain Bartholomew

Co-Director / Sales Manager
OBrien Real Estate Berwick
Property Agent Chris Hill
OBrien Real Estate Berwick

Chris Hill

Sales representative

Agencies in Beaconsfield VIC, 3807

Oxbridge

Oxbridge

Milton

1/16 McDougall Street, Milton QLD
OBrien Real Estate Berwick

OBrien Real Estate Berwick

Berwick

56-58 High Street, Berwick VIC
Hall & Partners First National Dandenong

Hall & Partners First National Dandenong

Dandenong

254 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong VIC
Barry Plant Pakenham and Drouin

Barry Plant Pakenham and Drouin

Pakenham

16-18 Station Street, Pakenham VIC
Harcourts Pakenham

Harcourts Pakenham

Pakenham

Level 1, 48 Station Street, Pakenham VIC
YPA ESTATE AGENTS CRANBOURNE

YPA ESTATE AGENTS CRANBOURNE

Cranbourne

Shop 3/207 South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne VIC
Elite Agents & Partners

Elite Agents & Partners

Berwick

Suite 7 / 28-32 Gloucester Avenue, Berwick VIC
First National Real Estate Ranges

First National Real Estate Ranges

Belgrave

1 - 5 Bayview Road, Belgrave VIC
GR8 EST8 Agents

GR8 EST8 Agents

Narre Warren

L2/66 Victor Crescent, Narre Warren VIC
Barry Plant Berwick

Barry Plant Berwick

Berwick

100 High Street, Berwick VIC

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What are the most common nationalities? Demographic The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Irish, Scottish, Italian, German.
Beaconsfield, VIC postcode? The postcode for Beaconsfield, VIC is **3807**
What bottle shops are there in Beaconsfield (Vic.)? Thirst Central, Cardinia Park Hotel.
What's the size of Beaconsfield (Vic.)? Beaconsfield (Vic.) is 10.81 square kilometres and has a population of 1789.
What supermarkets are there in Beaconsfield (Vic.)? Aldi, Woolworths.
What restaurants are there in Beaconsfield (Vic.)? Central Hotel Beaconsfield, Cardinia Park Hotel.
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