Bayswater is located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne Victoria, Australia, only 34.6km from Melbourne CBD. It is locally governed by the City of Knox with a population of 11,758.
Median price $805,500, Annual capital growth 9.44%
Weekly median advertised rent $395
Ray White Bayswater is located in the heart of Bayswater and is surrounded by many local retailers, restaurants and cafes.
Our destination is the home of busy Community houses and Arts Centres which offer many activities including walking groups, arts and craft classes, creative writing groups, yoga, Pilates, woodwork workshops and productions for the young and old.
Bayswater also offers the Bayswater Train Park which boasts a full sized train, basketball courts, playgrounds for all ages as well as picnic tables and BBQ facilities for family enjoyment.
Throughout the year, our local area holds many community events including Knox Festival, Stringybark Festival and an annual Christmas Carols event and is the home to the Caribbean Gardens and Wantirna Markets.
Being within only 25kms to Lysterfield Lake, Mount Dandenong and the Yarra Valley, there is always something new to experience from walking, hiking and leisure tracks, bird feeding forests, local wineries, cheese tasting, chocolate making at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and many boutique shops and cafes.
Ray White Bayswater is an easy stroll from the updated railway station where bus and train services are a plenty. We welcome you to Bayswater to visit for a short while or to permanently live within our community.”
The Knox City Council has a structure plan in place to help deliver a number of Key elements to the area by 2010 and beyond. This plan is a vision of Bayswater’s wanted future development.
The Key elements of the Knox vision 2020 are: sustainable land use, quality-built form, sustainable business environments, accessibility, vibrant community spaces and building the community.
By 2020, the Bayswater Activity Centre plans to be a place where positive public images prevail, community works strongly together, public accessibility and transport are increased, ecologically sustainable improvements and designs and crime prevention to be increased through environmental design.
There are also plans for local businesses to thrive with goods and services meeting the needs of the community, quality public spaces provided and ultimately, a place where “people want to live, work, shop, visit and play”.