Langwarrin Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Langwarrin VIC, 3910

Langwarrin Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Making a move to Langwarrin, VIC 3910? It's vital to decide if it is suitable for your lifestyle and or financial circumstances. The suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of Langwarrin property prices, demographics & market trends so that we can allow you to make informed decisions about your future property purchase.

If you're considering a move to Langwarrin, have a little read of our historical overview to find out more about the fantastic lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.

Overview Langwarrin is a Melbourne, Victoria, Australia neighbourhood located 42 kilometres (26 miles) southeast of Melbourne's central business area. Frankston City is its township. Moreover, Langwarrin has a population of 22,587, according to the 2016 census. It is surrounded to the east by Dandenong- Hastings Road, to the west by the Mornington Peninsula Expressway, to the north of the suburb by McClelland Drive, to the south by Robinsons Road, and to the north by Valley Road.

Living in Langwarrin Langwarrin is a lovely, local neighbourhood with several excellent school institutions, kindergartners, and local retail, as well as vast football fields, volleyball, basketball, and a variety of children's sports. There are pleasant households and many elderly, retired folks who contribute to the suburb's comfort. The Western Ports Highway, South Gippsland Highway, and Monash Expressway provide easy accessibility. Meanwhile, the Cranbourne-Frankston Road, which goes east-west through Langwarrin, is a two-lane road in each direction that was later enlarged to accommodate the rising community, aided in part by several housing projects.

History in Langwarrin Its name was derived after the Langwarrin parish, the Langwarrin pasture run (1843), which ran from the current suburb to the beaches of Western Ports Coast at Tyabb. After introducing the Stony Point railroad in 1889, Langwarrin had two postal services open: Langwarrin Train Station on September 9, 1889, and Langwarrin, distant from the railway on September 26, 1889. Moreover, Langwarrin Railway Station changed its name in 1913, but it closed in 1893.

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The postcode for Langwarrin, VIC is 3910

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