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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
$580,000 - $638,000

9 Chamouni Court

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
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2
1
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
$660,000 - $710,000

2 Miranda Place

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
4
2
3
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
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$470,000 - $517,000

19 Karingal Drive

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Under Offer
3
1
1
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$400,000 - $440,000

86 Ashleigh Avenue

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Under Offer
3
1
1
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$520,000 - $572,000

81 Wangarra Road

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Under Offer
3
1
2
Video
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
$610,000 - $670,000

5 Ikara Place

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
3
1
2
Video
Inspection Sat 29 Feb
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
$695,000 - $760,000

44 Coprosma Avenue

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Updated
6
3
2
Video
Inspection Sat 29 Feb
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Inspection Sat 29 Feb
$550,000 - $600,000

2/15 St Johns Avenue

Frankston VIC 3199 | Unit
3
1
2
Inspection Sat 29 Feb
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$700,000 - $770,000

20 Schooner Bay Drive

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Under Offer
4
2
2
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$1,450,000

5 Somme Avenue

Frankston VIC 3199 | House
Under Offer
4
2
4
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435 Nepean Highway

Frankston VIC 3199 | Apartment
1
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The suburb of Frankston is the most southerly in Greater Melbourne. Covering an area of almost 21 square kilometres with a population of around 35,000, Frankston is ideal for those who desire a good value home with space to spread out. Median property prices for a three bedroom house in Frankston are around $365,000, four times lower than the bayside suburb of Brighton. At the end of the metro line, Frankston has seen significant investment and development over recent years, making it an ideal suburb for families and singles. Frankston real estate is still excellent value compared with other similar suburbs, but many locals believe this won't last long as house hunters realise what Frankston has to offer.

Frankston has a small town feel, even though it's serviced by many amenities and stretches between Seaford in the north and Mt. Eliza to the south. As a cultural hub for the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston is home to a number of art venues and architectural places of interest. There's so much happening in Frankston, from sand sculpting competitions to summer carnivals, families can really branch out and enjoy the open spaces and beautiful coastline.

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Similar suburbs include Keysborough to the North, and Narre Warren, Hampton Park and Berwick to the North East. The shopping hub of Narre Warren is arguably the most popular of Frankston's comparable suburbs with large properties for sale in leafy streets. All these locations are within easy reach of the coast and offer similar value to Frankston's real estate options.

Search realestateVIEW.com.au to find Frankston real estate and browse auction results to get a flavor for the current market. Easily make contact with listing agents to arrange viewings for properties that fulfill your criteria, then starting the journey to owning your own home in Frankston.

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