Perfect Places to Call Home in Pakenham, Victoria – Land Estates Reviewed

Based in the Shire of Cardinia, Pakenham is situated approximately 60 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD.

Two exciting land estates in Pakenham are Cardinia Lakes and Eden Brook.

Developed by Peet, Cardinia Lakes offers a relaxed lifestyle for 700 households.

An 18-hectare lake precinct, Cardinia Lakes gives you freedom to move with plenty of walks, parks and recreation areas in which to leisurely stretch your legs.

The Stage 11 release comprises 23 sites ranging in size from 512sqm to 1067sqm.

Land in a ‘Dress Circle’ release is also available from $210,000. The high-quality lots range from 399sqm up to 1260sqm, with frontages ranging from 12.5m to 22m.

Developed by Devine, the popular Eden Brook is a master-planned community over 43.65 hectares. Lots range in size from 300sqm to 700sqm.

These lots are intended to appeal to the lifestyle and budget conscious, with a penchant for open spaces.

With over 60 per cent of the community already sold, Eden Brook is a fantastic place to raise a family. It is a short distance from the popular Cardinia Aquatic and Recreation Centre, and the Pakenham Racing Club. Shopping centres Heritage Springs, Fountain Gate and Pakenham Place are also in close proximity.

Eden Brook is within walking distance of the Pakenham city centre, which has a well-established shopping area, schools, a hospital, recreational facilities and public transport. The Heritage Springs Primary School is next door to Eden Brook.

Pakenham also has an extensive range of local childcare centres, and the Berwick campus of Monash University is nearby.

The town boasts a state-of-the-art recreational facility named Cardinia LIFE, which has three swimming pools, an 8-court stadium and fully equipped gymnasium.

Pakenham is centrally located in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges for those that love a walk in the tall timbered trees, being on the fringe of central and south Gippsland. Or if the ocean and sand are your calling its a very easy drive to the Mornington Peninsula around 40 – 50 minutes away. For a spot of trout fishing Lake Eildon is within an easy hour drive where the kids can enjoy a fish at a trout farm or try their hand an canooing. It really is situated centrally to so many great day trip activities.

Given its current commercial, residential and community developments, and easy access via major roads and highways, its pretty compelling as to why so many people are buying land in Pakenhamd or considering Pakenham house and land packages.