Here are some of the more affordable suburbs in Melbourne.

Millgrove - Median price of $275,000 and is 63km from CBD no train

Kurunjang - Median price of $287,500 and is 40km from CBD, travel by Train 44 mins

East Warburton - Median price of $289,000 and is 67km from CBD

Frankston North - Median price of $290,000 and is 37km from CBD, travel by train 57 mins

Melton West - Median price of $319,000 and is 40km from CBD, travel by train 44 mins

Dallas - Median price of $325,000 and is 18km from CBD, travel by train 39 mins

Wyndhamvale - Median price of $332,500 and is 36km to CBD, travel by train 45 mins

Werribee - Median price of $328,500 and is 32km from CBD, travel by train 40 mins

Warburton - Median price of $336,500 and is 72km from CBD

Albanvale - Median price of $339,500 and is 19km from CBD, travel by train 32 mins

Broomfield - Median price of $345,000 and is 43km from CBD, travel by train 44 mins

If anybody knows of me, let me know!
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JulianG1 Dec 04, 2015
You should check out Kings Park, Cranbourne, Wallan, Hoppers Crossing and Jacana. They all have a median of between $350,000 to $360,000
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Fitzroygirl Jan 07, 2016
For the most affordable suburbs in Melbourne I'd recommend Clyde, Clyde North, Pakenham, Frankston North and Cranbourne West. You can get decent 3 bedroom homes for around the $300-350k mark.
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