The Clan Estate

A 45km, 45-minute drive north of the Melbourne CBD in the historic town of Beveridge - the childhood home of Ned Kelly - The Clan is every bit as welcoming and neighbourly a community as the name implies. Here you’ll find a boutique arrangement of a few dozen lots, bordered by carefully manicured streetscapes and placed in a spot that is both close to everything but away from it all.

27 Lewis Street, Beveridge VIC 3753, Australia

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Why buy in The Clan

With Melbourne’s fast-developing north just ten minutes away, Beveridge finds itself in an increasingly desirable location - Merrifield Business Park is set to bring 20,000 jobs to the area, leading to an explosion of development activity. But while The Clan is just a stone’s throw from this excitement, it has managed to retain the rural charm that Beveridge has always boasted. Here you’ll enjoy the very definition of urban-rural life; one that marries convenience with tranquility and room to move.

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The Clan Suburb Profile

40km north of the Melbourne CBD as the crow flies, as little as 45 minutes by car, Beveridge is a rural locality that is only just realising how desirable its location is. For the longest time this community was known for one thing: being the birthplace of Ned Kelly. While Kelly’s childhood home still stands, other more recent additions to the town are stealing some of its limelight. With established communities within an hour of the CBD becoming the hottest of hot property, Beveridge is beginning to experience real population growth, fuelled by estates like The Clan and Beveridge Central. With greater headcount comes greater convenience and amenity; shopping, education, healthcare and transport developments are all in the works, and the sprawling Merrifield Business Park, set to add tens of thousands of jobs to the area, is less than 10 minutes south. But don’t worry – Beveridge won't be giving up its country charm any time soon.