White Shallow Shores
Located 26kms from the CBD, this quiet seaside suburb was a recreational and holiday destination throughout the later part of the 1800’s and into the mid 1900’s. Aspendale Racecourse was opened in 1891 and the suburb was named after a successful racehorse ‘Aspen’. The racecourse was also used for motor racing, and drew such large crowds that a rail station known as ‘Aspendale Park Race Course’ was opened in 1905.
Scores of holiday houses lined the sand along the shallow beach, and were popular with holiday makers from the inner suburbs. Now most of those holiday houses are gone, and have been replaced by multi-million dollar homes with direct beach access. In the 1960’s and 70’s Aspendale was subdivided for residential purposes and the racecourse removed to make way for baby boomers to build their dream homes.
Today sees a transitional period from the baby boomers to their children, and the homes of the 60’s & 70’s are being extensively renovated or demolished to make way for the younger generation. With a great village atmosphere, parklands & sporting reserves, the soft white shallow shores of Aspendale beach await you.
Sold4 Besanko Close$1,000,000 - $1,100,000422 Sold11 Tyabb Grove$950,000322 Sold17 Iluka Avenue$945,000421 Sold60 Berry Avenue$910,000322 Sold25 Iluka Avenue$1,010,000421 Sold17/10 Robertson Parade$628,000211 Sold45 Ebb Street$780,000000 Sold36a Eulinga Avenue$1,099,000421 Sold105/30 Garfield Street$505,000220 Sold27 Nirringa Avenue$946,000431 Sold8 & 10 Iluka Avenue$1,200,000000 Sold3/52 Nepean Highway$935,000322 Sold6H Laura Street$975,000421 Sold73 Ebb Street$1,000,000422 Sold3 Yalambee Avenue$1,000,000321 Sold6 Tarlee Court$1,175,000541 Sold13A Mena Street$549,950322 Sold4 Larnook Crescent$905,000423