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Great Aussie summers spent in Edithvale

Melbournians have been enjoying a dip at Edithvale since the early 1900’s. Historically a pure white sand beach, the charming spot offered calm waters, good fishing and camping grounds.

In the early 20th century, Edithvale - at that time part of Aspendale - was more of a resort town used by holiday makers and daytrippers. Over 50% of the dwellings were holiday homes. A train station on the Frankston Line connecting Edithvale to Melbourne was constructed in 1920. This opened up opportunities for the township to grow, as families saw the appeal of a seaside residence in a spectacular natural location that was connected to the city.

By mid-century, the suburb was home to a thriving surf life saving community. There was a boat club, several banks and shops in the main street, a primary school and a fire brigade.

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The Place Series by Metro - thoughtfully considered communities fostering human connections, supporting the local ecology, and providing genuine value to local owner occupiers.


Edithvale Place homes are solar powered, and have no gas. Combined with the adoption of passive design principles and integrated technology, the requirements for non-renewable resources is greatly reduced, as are associated running costs. Materials, appliances and finishes have been selected for their durability and suitability within a coastal location, further reducing the need for maintenance or replacement.


Edithvale Place comprises a collection of homes designed for local families. The internal laneway and street network supports play and interaction with landscaping and seating to encourage incidental interaction and passive surveillance. Inside, each home supports an active and connected lifestyle with lots of space to entertain or have friends and family stay.


Edithvale Place brings to the eastern bayside a range of high quality, spacious and considered homes that cater to a range of different household types and budgets. From multi-generational families, to young professionals without kids yet, these homes will suit first home buyers, downsizers, upgraders and sea-changers. Each design has been created to adapt to a range of families’ needs and lifestyles.

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Metro is a local property developer who has built a reputation in Victoria for delivering residential projects that are locally sensitive and highly liveable. Connecting people, passion and purpose to place. This is our mission and our purpose as an organisation. We enjoy the process of finding a great site, of creating a shared vision with communities and our project partners, and then delivering high quality homes that deliver liveability, connection and value to owners and residents.


For nearly 60 years ClarkeHopkinsClarke have worked to create design that connects people and celebrates community. We design to change the world, one project at a time. We use our expertise as architects, interior designers and urban designers to build environments that meet communities’ needs today and seize opportunities to positively impact tomorrow.

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Mr Marshall White opened his first office in Glenferrie Road, Malvern over 45 years ago. A legend within the real estate industry, Marshall instilled a philosophy within the company that, above all, values honesty, integrity, experience and the desire to put in the time. Marshall White continually strives to capitalise on the blending of youthful enthusiasm and mature experience to achieve the highest possible standards of excellence.

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