Frankston Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Frankston VIC, 3199

Frankston Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Considering a move to Frankston, VIC 3199? It's vital to decide if the suburb meets your requirements when it comes to lifestyle and budget. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Frankston house prices, demographics & market trends so we can allow you to make informed decisions about your potential move to the suburb.

If you are making a move to Frankston, keep reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.

Overview Frankston is a coastal suburban area located in the southeastern part of Melbourne and north of the Mornington Peninsula. Its geographic position has made it earn the title "the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula." This suburb is home to Frankston Beach, one of Victoria's most visited coastal destinations, known for its scenic views and cleanliness. As of 2016, the population of Frankston is 36,097.

Living in Frankston Frankston is a suburb that holds a culture of beauty and art appreciation, which can be seen in the murals, street art, and art galleries all across the town. Residents and tourists can also find different kinds of sculptures in McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery in Frankston.

This suburb is also child-friendly, as there are parks within the area like the Ballam Park Regional Playground and Keast Park. Furthermore, Frankston has establishments and facilities to allow residents and tourists to have an active lifestyle. They can take walks and bike, perform different water activities like fishing, and ride a boat. They can also shop, play sports, and do other recreational activities.

History of Frankston A lot has been speculated about the origins of the name "Frankston." The village was named after a bar owner, Frank Stone, who maintained a hotel at the crossroads of Point Nepean Road (now Highway) and Hastings Road, according to the local legend (now Davey Street). Frankston became a coastal resort once the Melbourne railway was established on August 1, 1882. Arriving by train took an average of 90 minutes before its electrification on August 27, 1922. Over time, it became a hub for the Mornington Peninsula.

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The postcode for Frankston, VIC is 3199

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