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    hawthorn8462

    Hawthorn

    Highly regarded as one Melbourne’s most gracious inner suburbs the area grew rapidly from a rural community into a bustling suburb with the completion of bridges over the Yarra in the 1880s; now boasting many classic Victorian mansions and Edwardian family homes built during the boom era and set in formal gardens shaded by splendid trees – they are prized for their grandeur and status. Both the Grace Park and Urquhart Estates plus the areas adjacent to the riverfront are sought-after by residents seeking proximity to private schools and surrounding shopping and dining precincts including Victoria Gardens, Camberwell and Richmond. The suburb also has its fair share of cottages often beautifully renovated and very chic where demand reflects the areas strength in the property market. The ever popular Yarra parklands and tracks further enhance the area’s popularity.

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    Windsor

    Windsor

    Windsor is located 5 km south-east of the CBD. Located in Melbourne’s inner east, Windsor is a small mixed use suburb with significant commercial areas. The suburb is densely populated, containing a relatively young population. The suburb is well serviced by public transport, with the Sandringham railway line and numerous tram lines traversing the suburb. Windsor also features The Avenue Hospital, the Chapel Street shopping strip and Swinburne University – Prahran campus.

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    TOORAK

    Toorak

    Toorak is located 6 km south-east of the CBD. Located in Melbourne’s inner south-east, Toorak is and affluent residential suburb. A large proportion of the labour force is employed in finance, property and business services and more than 50% of the work force is employed as managers, administrators and professionals. It also has the highest percentage of children attending non-government schools in Melbourne. Toorak contains commercial areas along Toorak and Malvern Rds and features the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club.

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    Sutherlands Creek

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    Surrey Hills

    Surrey Hills

    Surrey Hills is renowned for the many preserved historical homes and buildings dotted around its leafy streets including the esteemed “English Counties” precinct which abounds with Victorian and Federation homes and streets harking back to our English heritage including Albany, Windsor and Albert Crescents plus an area containing Chatham, Guildford and Croydon Roads. Several properties were originally farm homesteads dating back to the mid 1800s which have been carefully maintained and updated in recent years. Its tree-lined streets and proximity to parklands, the eclectic Maling Road shops and cafes in Canterbury or Surrey Hills Village plus an excellent array of highly regarded public and private schools, transport options and immediate proximity to Wattle Park guarantee its on-going popularity and lifestyle benefits.

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    ST KILDA WEST

    St Kilda West

    St Kilda West is located 5 km south of the CBD. St Kilda West is a small, inner residential suburb located on Port Phillip Bay. It has a young and well educated population, with many in the 25-34 year age group and more than a quarter with a bachelor or higher degree. The suburb also features the Catani Gardens and the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia – Victorian Centre. St Kilda West is one of the most densely settled suburbs in Melbourne at more than 5,500 persons per square kilometre.

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    ST KILDA

    St Kilda

    St Kilda is located 6 km south of the CBD. Located in Melbourne’s inner southern suburbs, St Kilda is a mixed use suburb, with significant commercial areas along Acland and Fitzroy Sts. St Kilda features a young population, mainly from the 25-34 year age group. The suburb is also a popular tourist destination, with attractions such as Luna Park and the St Kilda Foreshore precinct. St Kilda also features the Junction Oval, St Kilda Pier and the St Kilda Botanical Gardens.

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    Southbank

    Southbank

    The life and soul of Southbank is the affluent, buzzing Southbank Promenade. This path stretches along the south side of the Yarra River from the popular Southgate shopping and dining complex to the glittering Crown Casino. Southbank is an important cultural hub that includes the Melbourne Arts Centre, Concert Hall, Melbourne Recital Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, the Malthouse Theatre, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art and Victorian College of the Arts. It also includes the Melbourne Exhibition Centre (informally known as Jeff’s Shed after a former premier) and the Polly Woodside Maritime Museum. Significant and rapid residential development has occurred in Southbank in recent years, with the population skyrocketing. The vast majority of residents live in high rise apartments, the tallest of which is the 300m tall Eureka Tower. The 92-level tower is one of the world’s tallest residential buildings.

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    SOUTH YARRA

    South Yarra

    South Yarra is located 3 km south-east of the CBD. South Yarra is a primarily residential and commercial suburb in Melbourne’s inner south. The suburb is densely populated with small households and with the 18-34 year age groups being predominant. The suburb’s commercial districts are based on Chapel St and Toorak Rd. South Yarra also features Fawkner Park in the west and a major railway junction for the Sandringham, Dandenong and Frankston railway lines.

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    South Melbourne

    South Melbourne

    South Melbourne is located 2 km south of the CBD. South Melbourne has a mixture of land uses, combining industrial, commercial, retail and residential areas. The population is generally young and well educated, with a high proportion employed as professionals especially in the finance, property & business services sector. The suburb also features the Clarendon Street commercial district, the South Melbourne Market and the Emerald Hill Court.

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    Source: REIV