• Suburb spotlight on … Junortoun

    Just 6km east of Bendigo’s CBD, Junortoun has grown from sprawling farmland into a popular location for residents who want modern living with a little bit of extra space.
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  • Winter Garden Transformation

    Rodilesa Plant Supplies is a central Victorian gardening institution, they share their belief that June is the perfect time to give your garden a makeover on a budget.
    Check out the article for all of the inside tips and tricks to spruce-up your garden for a fraction of the peak season prices.
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  • Suburb Spotlight: Strathdale

    Enjoying spacious blocks and within close proximity to the city centre, Strathdale emerged in the 1970s as the place to build your dream home in Bendigo. Today, the tightly-held suburb is as popular as ever.
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  • Interior Design + Architecture

    Looking to enhance value and get the best result during the sales process? Judi Valentini has a wonderful design eye, a wealth of experience and would like to share some of her tips.
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  • Colour Directions

    Haymes Paint encourage us to re-calibrate our homes this season with calming, soothing tones from the earth, forest and the sea.
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  • Suburb Spotlight: Quarry Hill

    Quarry Hill, despite being a short walk to the centre of Bendigo, offers a strong community ensuring locals are reluctant to leave. This, combined with great services and beautiful homes, cements the area as one that will always be highly-sought after.
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  • Bendigo Property market and the impact of Covid-19

    We have been asked about the Bendigo Property Market and the impact that Covid-19 will have on the short term. Our response to clients is that the fundamentals of property in Bendigo remain very sound. The market has been a positive and steady trending investment class over a long period of time and we expect this to continue
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  • Suburb Spotlight: Maiden Gully

    Each month McKean McGregor feature a suburb of the Bendigo district. This month we visit Maiden Gully; from a farming district following the gold rush to a bustling community hub filled with growing families this an area which has more growth to come.
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  • St Aidans Orphanage Re Imagined

    We had a chat to 3 local brothers who took on a piece of Bendigo’s history when they purchased and re developed an empty shell in the old St Aidans Orphanage in Kennington. What attracted you to purchasing an empty shell? What part of the orphanage did you buy? Originally I came to take a look at one of the empty shells with a mate who was looking at purchasing one.
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