Ashwood, the beautiful little suburb, has one of the affordable housing plans when compared to its nearby suburban areas. This suburb of Ashwood has a small, yet close-knit community of around 6000 people who have just the right kind of facilities they need to lead a happy and lovely life. The shopping strip on Warrigal Road has all the necessary shops for the residents to make their life easier. Ashwood has a government-run primary school named Parkhill Primary School, Ashwood Secondary College, which is also run by the government, and Ashwood School, which caters to the students with mild disabilities from the age of 5 to 18.
Life on this peaceful suburb locality is one to look forward to and if you are planning to make your move to Ashwood, Move My Stuff removalists are here to make your life much easier. Without letting the pressure of move weigh down on you, we will take care of all your relocation needs for moving your stuff. As we have our own centers in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, we have been helping many people to relocate in and out of these suburbs; therefore, the expertise and knowledge will help us in giving you a peaceful move that you wanted.
Out of the total population in Ashwood, 56.7% were born in Australia while China comes second with 8.8% of people born in China and India coming in the third with 2.4%. Housing First, the social housing innovative program in human services has given the residents in the area a chance to make use of affordable housing.
It is understandable that finding a relocation company that comes within your budget and is trustworthy and highly capable of perfection at everything they do is very difficult. There are just a few such removalists present and one of such rare find is our experienced removalists at Move My Stuff. Our removalists do a clean, prompt and complete job at whatever they do and their prior experience combined with their latest knowledge guides them in giving you a comprehensive relocation service.
Some Cool Facts about Ashwood
- The reason behind the name ‘Ashwood’ is simple. The suburb of Ashwood is located between two suburbs, Burwood and Ashburton and hence its name was derived from the combination of both – Ashwood.
- Robin Boyd, one of the initial architects to propagate the International Modern Movement in Australian Architecture, designed the former supermarket and the residence at the end of the shopping place in High Street in Ctesiphon construction method, which is an olden Persian way of building, in the year 1952. These buildings have been registered as a heritage place in the Victorian Heritage Register.
- The first post office of Ashwood was started in October 1949 initially known as the Ashburton East until 1951 when it was renamed to Ashwood.