Lilium Estate

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s booming southeast growth corridor, Lilium boasts an enviable location just minutes away from the established hub of Cranbourne. It’s also walking distance from the future Clyde train station and town centre, and a stone’s throw from Cranbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens and the wide-open spaces of Casey Fields. On-site residents have been put before profit, with no less than a quarter of the land devoted to nature and habitat areas.

260-290 Pattersons Rd, Clyde VIC 3978, Australia

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Why buy in Lilium

Combining location with liveability, Lilium is a one-two punch of modern suburban living. The estate offers your choice of nicely priced townhomes, house and land packages and empty lots, allowing you to create the life that you’ve dreamed of. The common areas generate a real sense of community, and the location means that all of life’s luxuries are at your fingertips. Here you’ll enjoy a genuinely uncompromised southeast Melbourne existence.

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Lilium Suburb Profile

Since its establishment in 1864, Clyde has always teetered on the cusp of suburbia. But recently it has leant into it, and the thousands of new residents flooding the area are glad it has. Found 48km southeast of the Melbourne CBD, as little as a 50-minute drive thanks to the Princes Freeway, here you’ll still find open plains replete with waterways, while also noting an ever-increasing level of convenience, thanks to the wealth of amenity that is being added to the area. Lilium estate and others are helping to sustain this incredible growth, but Clyde itself is the major drawcard. Greenery, water and wildlife are par for the course here, and developers have thankfully recognised what they’ve got, designing communities that are at one with the surrounding landscaping instead of bulldozing over it. Add in some of Melbourne’s best prices, and you’ve got a very compelling proposition.