Morninton Peninsula projects set to boost property values

Morninton Peninsula projects set to boost property values from Domain Property Advocates - Shane Fox

By: Domain Property Advocates - Shane Fox  30-Mar-2011
Keywords: Property Investment, Investment Property, Property for Sale

Two gigantic projects worth a total of $850 million have investment advisers and local real-estate agents forecasting a boost to residential property values in the Mornington Peninsula district.

The biggest is Peninsula Link, a $759 million project that will slash travelling time between Carrum Downs and Mt Martha down to just 17 minutes – a saving of up to 40 minutes in peak periods.

The link, which will make living on Mornington Peninsula and commuting to Melbourne a much more attractive proposition, will include 27 kilometres of freeway standard road with two traffic lanes in each direction.

Shane Fox
Director
Licenced Estate Agent
Property Advocate

 

Domain Property Advocates

Level 1, Suite 6 119 Ocean Beach Rd

SORRENTO. 3943


If interested in learning more about this update please !

Keywords: Buy Property, Buyer Advocate, Buyer Agent, Holiday Houses, Holiday Property, Holiday Property for Sale, Home for Sale, Investment Property, Property for Sale, Property Investment

Contact Domain Property Advocates - Shane Fox

Email

Print this page

Other news and updates from Domain Property Advocates - Shane Fox

Looking for a sea-change, holiday house or an investment on the Mornington Peninsula? from Domain Property Advocates - Shane Fox thumbnail
30-Mar-2011

Looking for a sea-change, holiday house or an investment on the Mornington Peninsula?

Only 45 minutes is all that it will take you to escape the hustle and bustle of Melbourne CBD and suburbs to the gateway of the Mornington Peninsula. From there the wonderful sights, sounds, food and activities await you. Weather it is a sunset walk on Koonya Back Beach, shopping along the boutique Ocean Beach Road, swim with the dolphins near Popes Eye or just grab a towel and watch the kids play in the shallow of one of the protected beaches of port Phillip Bay.