Elevated Greenfield Allotment in Growing Outer-Ring Residential Locality
Posted by Development Ready on Mar 12, 2019

An exceptional residential land holding in Melbourne’s expanding outer-ring has recently been brought to the market for sale. The two-hectare greenfield site retains existing designs by architecture firm Rothelowman, or developers may choose to pursue their own iconic project with this blank canvas.

Positioned on an elevated allotment, 35 Herberts Lane encompasses 2.45-Ha across a reasonably regular shape. The abundance of lifestyle amenity that surrounds provides a perfect backdrop to the renowned residential development that this site is destined to achieve.

The team at Knight Frank are proud to present this site for sale via Expressions of Interest, closing 2pm 21 March 2019.

“Melbourne is expanding and it’s a very exciting time for quality outer-ring localities such as Diamond Creek” Selling Agent James Thorpe notes.

“The Diamond Creek Train Station is nearby, allowing easy access to the CBD. The M80 freeway is also in proximity, and with the plans for North-East link underway, traffic and CBD access is only going to get better.”

Future residents will not only enjoy the simplicity in coming and going, but also the convivial attributes that Diamond Creek itself has to offer.

“Much of Diamond Creek is made up of parks and lakes” Knight Frank colleague Stephen Kelly commented.

“With an ever-expanding shopping precinct and multiple schools in the area, it’s quickly becoming a new residential destination for families looking for their slice of urbanised bushland.”


  • 2.45-hectares* elevated land area
  • Existing Rothelowman Architecture designs
  • Near shopping, Diamond Creek Railway Station and local schools 
  • Easy access to the CBD via the M80 and the Greensborough bypass

*Please note that all financials, measurements and distances quoted are approximate only.

35 Herberts Lane, Diamond Creek is for sale via Expressions of Interest, closing 2pm 21 March 2019.

For further information, please contact the team at Knight Frank

James Thorpe: 0414 510 071
Stephen Kelly: 0407 320 377

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“The site is well positioned to service both a local and Coast-wide market and will continue to be surrounded by businesses with a need for a high profile in the foreseeable future,”