Glen Huntly Real Estate Agents
Thomson Real Estate Agents Glen Huntly
Our team of highly experienced real estate agents have extensive knowledge of the Glen Huntly suburb of Melbourne. To view Glen Huntly Real Estate currently listed with Thomson, simply use the real estate search function of this website, or contact our local Glen Huntly Real Estate office to inspect any houses which may be of interest to you.
Glen Huntly is a small suburb named after a ship, the Glen Huntly, which arrived in Port Phillip Bay in 1840 after setting off on a long journey from Greenock, Scotland. Carrying some 157 new immigrants as skilled manual labourers who were heading for the new colony settled in Melbourne. Fever, most likely typhoid, struck the ship mid journey and 10 died before reaching Port Phillip Bay. The Glen Huntly was forced to land at Little Red Bluff (now Point Ormond) and Victoria's first quarantine station was formed to deal with the crisis. Supplies and provisions were brought down what became known as Glen Huntly Road which is today Glen Huntly’s major commercial hub featuring many retail businesses and shops as well as local eateries which is a testament to multi-culturism evident in its cross-section of the population.
Surrounding Suburbs: Ormond, Caulfield, Caulfield South, Oakleigh, Chadstone
September 2016 Q Median Prices:
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Median Unit Price: 445,000
Quarterly Change: -27.2%