Pennydale 

 

The suburb of Pennydale is home to some of the city’s most luxurious residential properties. Sitting on the northeastern side of the CBD, this suburb is bordered by Western Freeway, Springvale Road, Plenty Road and Larrimah Road. It also has easy access to the Eastern Freeway, Moonee Ponds Creek, Plenty Road and Springvale Road. In fact, it is close to almost everything you’ll need in this suburb.

With this in mind, it’s no wonder that the average house value in Pennydale is so high. There are also a number of noteworthy schools in the suburb. These include Pennydale Primary, Pennydale Secondary College and Pennydale Primary School.

The Pennydale neighborhood is a walkable neighborhood in the center of Melbourne area filled with historic bungalows. The historic Pennydale neighborhood is comprised of 144 homes, most built between 1920 and 1930, and close to 200 single family homes. The Pennydale neighborhood is one of Melbourne’s oldest neighborhoods.

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Pennydale is located in the suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Pennydale was named after the land (Penny) on which the houses were built and was named after the family who owned them. The suburb was surveyed in 1921, and in 1926 the area was subdivided and houses were built.

Pennydale is a small suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. It is 27 km south-east from Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is the City of Casey. The suburb recorded a population of 1,040 at the 2011 Census.

There’s something about a small town in the country that draws you back time and time again. Perhaps it’s the atmosphere and the simple things in life. Perhaps it’s the people, the friendly faces, and the way that you feel at home so quickly. Perhaps it’s the pubs, the restaurants and the street life. Or perhaps it’s all of the above. Whatever the reason, towns like this are the ones we keep coming back to.

Melbourne’s little country town of Pennydale is located about 31 km north-east of the city center. It’s an unspoiled town with a relaxed atmosphere and a friendly population. Pennydale is home to the famous Ellerslie Racecourse, the Botanic Gardens, several golf courses, horse farms, wineries and country farms. The town is surrounded by picturesque countryside with rolling hills, vineyards, orchards and farmlands.

It’s a great place to explore if you have time off work and need to get away from the city for a few days. Here are some of the things to see and do in Pennydale.