Sold35 Avonbury Circuit$626,000422 Sold43-49 Balcombe StreetCLOSING DATE SALE: 25.08.2020!424 Sold1/167 High Street$600,000322 Sold32 Hutchinson Drive$610,000322 Sold20 Banfield Place$840,000442 Sold72 Mountainview Boulevard$830,000-$870,000622 Sold12 Queensberry Street$690,000422 Sold59 Babylon Crest$580,500422 Sold59 Sydney Parkinson Avenue$600,000422 Sold18A Baker Street$687,500311 Sold4 Cleopatra Drive$550,000322 Sold20 Central Avenue$450,000422 Sold3 Esk Street$630,000323 Sold14/51 Leigh Drive$361,250211 Sold8 Ella Paige PlaceContact Agent321 Sold16 Greenmantle Close$505,000324 Sold309 Belgrave-Hallam RoadSOLD BY - Lincoln Scott 0423 486 285426 Sold2 Rutherford Parade$835,000434 Sold17 Margaret Street$850,000312 Sold20 Licodia Drive$525,000322 Sold12 Navigator StreetCONTACT AGENT432 Sold1 Terrence Drive$497,000422 Sold11 Lyndhurst Boulevard$680,500422 Sold11 Mill Circuit$715,000422 Sold5/98 Ahern Road$368,000211 Sold96A Golf Links Road$695,000422 Sold$455,000 Sold5 Dundee Court$450,000322 Sold4 Timara CourtBY APPOINTMENT ONLY422 Sold31 Regnans Avenue$605,000312 Sold59 Hinrichsen Drive$440,000322 Sold5 Loch Street$450,000312 Sold1/187 High StreetContact Agent322 Sold7 Borrowdale Court$550,000421 Sold37 Black Gum Crescent$695,000422 Sold21 Hedgeley Drive$706,000322 Sold40 Aquatic Drive$640,500422 Sold45 Meeking Drive$390,000313 Sold10 Nunn Street$525,000422 Sold4 Mossbank Road$510,000-$540,000322 Sold15 Jack William Way$675,400422 Sold81 Brocker Street$615,000422 Sold14 Rutherford Parade$888,000536 Sold8 Manor Court$450,000311 Sold12 Calabrese Circuit$475,500321 Sold19 Chiswick Street$725,000422 Sold3 Reginald Close$753,500321 Sold12 Bellsquarry Avenue$540,000322 Sold10 Rowling Drive$505,000321 Sold23 Craig Road$467,500314 Sold3/39 Mary Street$660,000-$690,000333 Sold32 Ambleside Crescent$670,000312 Sold10 Claremont Grove$695,000422 Sold19 Denman Street$682,500422 Sold3 Silverwattle Drive$730,000-$790,000422 Sold5 Harwood Court$616,600422 Sold9 Puffin Court$611,500312 Sold1 Glasshouse Court$695,000422 Sold43 Seventh Avenue$560,000 - $580,000313 Sold14 Flash Dan Drive$630,000422 Sold1 Amaroo Court$510,000311 Sold10 Langbourne DriveCONTACT AGENT522 Sold2 Ardblair Terrace$825,000532 Sold11 Benedetto Crescent$685,000422 Sold1/7 Hudson Street$580,000323 Sold69 Raisell Road$440,000-$480,000322 Sold16 Kentwell Road$1,090,000423 Sold14 Worrell Street$480,000311 Sold9 Statham ViewContact Agent422 Sold94 Toirram Crescent$480,000312 Sold4 Joseph Banks Crescent$545,000326 Sold20 Yellowbox Crescent$650,000522 Sold34 Clairmont Avenue$475,000 - $522,500311 Sold3/47 Peel Street$462,000211 Sold39 Sheldon DriveUNDER CONTRACT322 Sold12 Rose Garden Avenue$711,000422 Sold10 Ilora CourtAuction Saturday 26th October 11:00am322 Sold37 Jerilderie Drive$658,000422 Sold67 Amber Crescent$449,000211 Sold31 Mossey Crescent$480,000 - $510,000321 Sold38 Timbertop Boulevard$776,000422 Sold1/14 Greystoke Court$695,000321 Sold6 Darcy Niland Crescent$730,000433 Sold8 Woodright Circuit$485,000322 Sold101/18 McCombie Street$621,000221 Sold33 Silvertop Crescent$430,000 - $450,000310 Sold40 Waterbury Street$660,000 - $720,000422 Sold7 Baystone Drive$500,000 - $550,000423 Sold27 Deakin Crescent$475,000-$525,000311 Sold7 Crestview Drive$602,000 Sold6/269 Grange Road$649,000211 Sold93 Nettle Drive$580,000422 Sold4/81 Old Princes Highway$410,000211 Sold4 Fraser Street$490,000315 Sold8 Boland Drive$600,000422 Sold8 Galway Rise$294,950 Sold11 Palm Court$297,570 Sold20 Black Gum Crescent$540,000422 Sold1/85 Sladen Street$425,000311 Sold7/21-23 Alma Road$390,000 - $410,000311 Sold32 Cortula Road$495,000 - $530,000321 Sold3 Eastbourne Crescent$721,000424 Sold66-68 Brookvale CloseBY APPOINTMENT ONLY748 Sold17 Glenwood Road$660,000 - $695,000 Sold15 Glenwood Road$1,200,000 - $1,320,000524 Sold91 Bluemist CircuitContact Agent322 Sold1/21 Normanby Street$390,000-$425,000211 Sold5 Artfield Street$500,000 - $550,000322 Sold9 Darcy Court$330,000211 Sold35 Allardice Parade$650,000-$715,000422 Sold18 Gardiner Street$700,000 - $770,000421 Sold17 Kestrel Court$620,000522 Sold6 Landra Court$690,000-$740,000422 Sold16B Alarah Boulevard$440,000-$480,000322 Sold25 Edenbrook Circuit$600,000422 Sold42 Serene Way$678,000431 Sold277-281 Belgrave-Hallam RoadContact Agent548 Sold14 Dunmore Close$725,000422 Sold21 Washington Drive$480,000422 Sold10B Madura StreetContact Agent432 Sold26 Abrehart Road$555,000422 Sold56 Botany Way$372,000 Sold9 Botany Way$455,000321 Sold12 Duke Street$745,000423 Sold89 Harrison WayUNDER CONTRACT532 Sold43 Kramer Drive$722,500 Sold1/60-64 Woods Street$455,000211 Sold24 Ambleside Crescent$580,000-$620,000312 Sold20 Crowe Avenue$460,000 - $470,000322 Sold17 Boloka Court$650,000 - $715,000520 Sold4 Webster Court$560,000-$610,000420 Sold2 Eldridge Close$490,000 Sold103 Endeavour Drive$580,000 - $620,000325 Sold5 Bendemere Rise$640,000322 Sold29 Evelyne Avenue$450,000-$495,000323 Sold1/30 Central Road$478,000-$498,000322 Sold17 Canmore Street$460,000-$500,000322 Sold54 Mannavue Boulevard$470,000-$510,000322 Sold28/11 Brunnings Road$450,000321 Sold19 Turnbridge Road$515,000322 Sold17 Hedgevale Drive$650,000-$715,000422
The town of Berwick was originally part of the Cardinia Creek run. Subdivision started in 1854 and a store, post office, hotel and other businesses were established. Wheat, barley and potatoes were grown, with a flour mill operating for several years. Dairy farming and cheese making later became the main activities. The Berwick Agricultural Society, originally started in 1848 as the Mornington Farmers’ Society, is one of the oldest farmers’ societies in Victoria.
The area grew with the construction of a coach road between Melbourne and the Gippsland region, the Post Office opening on 18 September 1858.
A quarry opened in 1859 to supply ballast for the railway line along the same route, which opened in 1877, and a spur line was constructed to Berwick railway station to transport the metal. The site of the quarry is now occupied by Wilson Botanic Park. From 1861 until 1902, Berwick was also the headquarters of the Shire of Berwick, originally formed as the Berwick Roads Board.
Poplar trees lining the High Street and on into Beaconsfield were planted as an Avenue of Honour to commemorate the fallen in the First World War. Originally name plaques were supposed to have been mounted at the foot of each tree but this was never carried out, despite the plaques being produced.
Late in the 20th century Melbourne sprawled eastward to Berwick. The surrounding rural land was subdivided becoming a popular destination for first home buyers with the population exploding with new housing developments from the 1990s to the 2000s. Some of the character of the original township has remained. Source: Wikipedia