The suburb of Glen Huntly is a small suburb with a population of approximately 4500. If you are local to the area or if you have driven along Glen Huntly road you may have seen a large ships anchor at the intersection of Glen Huntly road and Grange road. The reason is the suburb Glen Huntly was named after a ship The Glen Huntly which set off from Greenock, Scotland arriving in Port Phillip bay in 1840.
Glen Huntly is approximately 11klms south east of Melbourne, Victoria and is extensively serviced by Trams along route 67 Glen Huntly railway station can be easily found just off Glen Huntly road. There is a great mix of real estate in the area including period homes ranging from, Californian Bungalows, semi detached Art Deco and federation style. The area has seen over recent years alot of higher density apartment developments.