A new Stockland community is coming soon to the thriving suburb of Berwick, in Melbourne’s growing south-east region. Located at the historic Minta Farm site, this aspirational community is well-connected to existing transport links and schools, and will be built to enhance the natural beauty of the existing water bodies and heritage trails. Plans for a retail town centre, education, family-friendly public parks, and recreational areas mean everything you’ll need is close by.
At Minta, your home will carry the value of an admired address in the suburb of Berwick. With a history spanning more than 150 years, some of the character of Berwick's original township has been retained in established areas along High Street. Berwick has developed a positive reputation over the years making it a desired place to call home.
Located on the south side of the Princes Freeway, Minta residents can head straight to the Melbourne CBD with current access via Clyde Road, or the proposed freeway access point on the community's northern boundary in the future. For public transport users, the existing Beaconsfield train station is less than 2.5km from Minta.
With multiple smaller parks and open spaces and considered masterplan design to ensure connected pedestrian and cycleways throughout the community, there are plenty of spaces to help you stay fit and active at Minta. Proposed community activities also include fitness classes so you can mingle while you move.
On the eastern boundary of Minta, you will find tranquil natural lakes surrounded by natural fauna, and frequented with native birds. So whether it's for your routine morning jog, or a twilight stroll in the evening, future pathways around the lake will invite you to this peaceful escape from your daily grind. Minta's undulating landscape also means you can take advantage of views from your new home.
At Minta, the future looks bright. Solar power to all homes is a requirement of building at Minta to reduce our carbon footprint, and reduce energy bills for all residents. There are also walking trails, cycling paths and a range of innovative technologies to encourage a sustainable community.
Stockland is working collaboratively with Melbourne Water, The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and the Victorian Planning Authority to successfully develop an innovative water treatment strategy at Minta. The strategy will co-locate wetlands with the existing lakes conservation area to protect the conservation zone and provide an additional habitat to the native birdlife
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