Melbourne Water lists infill housing site

The South Morang land is beside the Middle Gorge train station which opened in 2018.

Melbourne Water is selling South Morang land 300 metres from the near-new Middle Gorge train station.

The 2.8 hectare irregular shaped site at 91 Williamsons Road – beside a water storage facility – is rumoured could sell for more than $7 million.

It is expected to make way for a medium density residential/townhouse project, aged care facility or mixed use complex.

Gross Waddell’s Andrew Greenway and Danny Clark are the agents.

Middle Gorge

Middle Gorge station opened in August, 2018 – one of three stops which extended a train line from Mill Park to Mernda (story continues below).

The southern boundary of the Melbourne Water block abuts what should by mid-year be an extended Findon Rd.

Marymede Catholic College is across from it on Williamsons Rd.

Stockland’s Arilla Village housing estate and aged care facility is about 750m away.

A bulky goods precinct with a Bunnings and Home Co is nearby, as is Westfield Plenty Valley, where the South Morang (now Mernda) train line used to terminate.

The suburb is 22 kilometres north east of Melbourne.

The Melbourne Water holding has 120 metres of Williamsons Road frontage. It will also abut Findon Rd, which is being extended.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.

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