Sign up to receive property results in your inbox
on a Saturday afternoon.
Renowned for its grungy and diverse culture, St Kilda East is a thriving area that encapsulates the best of suburban meets urban life. Food, art and music are all conveniently located just minutes away.
Defined by its quiet profile, beachside location and family perks. Hampton East has an alluring character complete with a real community feel. With great access to prestige public and private schools and infrastructure happily loaned from its larger neighbouring suburbs, Hampton East focuses on its lifestyle factor.
Life in Elsternwick boasts a buzzing shopping, café and dining scene thanks to its culturally rich community. First surveyed in 1856 and noted for its train station which connected Melbourne to Brighton, Elsternwick possess a charming village feel vibe.
Located on wide spread ground, with tree-lined streets and famous coffee beans, Caulfield provides the ultimate inner-city lifestyle with a family-friendly twist. Homes are spacious and the magnetic allure of St Kilda is right next door.
Burwood offers a convenient and surprisingly affordable lifestyle all within minutes of the city. The once-forgotten suburb is forging a reputation as one of Melbourne’s most desirable place to live, with its close proximity to neighbouring Camberwell and complete with meandering access to the Gardener’s Creek trail.
Life moves at a different pace in Melbourne’s lesser-known seaside suburb of Hampton. With its own sandy beach on the fringe of Port Phillip Bay, locals regularly flock to the coast for a swim - and on clear days you will catch breathtaking views of the Bellarine Peninsula across the water.
Life revolves around the beach and conservation in this iconic seaside neighbourhood. It lays claim to its own marine sanctuary, including an internationally recognised site for marine and terrestrial fossils.
Tucked away between Canterbury and Balwyn, Deepdene although small, has a quietly exclusive charm that captivates families with its sought-after school zone and low-profile vibe. Stately homes line its meandering streets and a sense of community defines this much-loved hidden gem.
An exclusive suburb that is both elegant and laid-back. Middle Park is brimming with historical homes, charming shopping villages and a warm and welcoming community feel. Its inner-city ease is effortlessly combined with a relaxing beachside lifestyle, capturing the quietly affluent, young families and retirees.
Windsor is Stonnington’s smallest suburb, situated between the glamorous and gritty juxtapose of Prahran and South Yarra. Fast emerging as a stylish address, Windsor has developed into one of Melbourne’s most dynamic bar and restaurant scenes.
Named after Black Rock House, a grand residence built in 1856, Black Rock has long been synonymous with palatial homes complete with peaceful oceanfront views.
Sandringham feels like a summer holiday village. With its beautiful homes, stunning oceanfront views and strong sense of community. It is a popular Bayside suburb for those looking to be by the sea.
Striking Albert Park is a fashionable slice of Melbourne life, overflowing with popular brunch spots, cosy wine bars and chic fashion institutions. Stroll around Albert Park Lake or dive into the area’s rich history, from its early life as a series of lagoons to its military training heritage or its royal naming.
Steeped in history, Box Hill was once a township made prosperous by its fruit-growing land. With its agricultural boom, ensued many new houses, enterprises and population growth, laying the foundation for the Box Hill that stands today.
Port Melbourne delivers that laidback lifestyle that’s better by the bay. Highly prized for its iconic terrace homes, enduring villages and much-loved pubs. Port Melbourne’s allure moves into the times, while staying true to its historically working-class roots.
Combining inner city edge with a laidback beachside bohemia, St Kilda West has an appeal that is far from hard to pin down. Brimming with heritage streets, lined with refurbished terrace homes, bustling cafes, village shopping strips and just about everything in between, St Kilda West is one of Melbourne’s most sought-after suburbs.
Peaceful Elwood is filled with streets charmingly named after poets, spacious Art Deco homes and a village-like feel, it personifies easy, breezy bayside living. Life here is about regular trips to the beach, enjoying an active lifestyle, eating at an enviable choice of restaurants, and generally enjoying the great outdoors and its beautiful surrounds.
South Melbourne is one of Melbourne’s most vibrant hubs for food, drink and activity. Locals are spoiled for choice between the beloved South Melbourne Market, nearby beach and relaxed street-side café scene.
With an incredible expanse of parklands, bike trails and an abundance of recreational clubs and activity spaces, Ashburton is a paradise for those who love the best of inner-city living and the outdoors.
Balwyn North is renowned for its exclusive school zones and leisurely benefits. A prestigious pocket in Melbourne’s inner East, Balwyn North is characterised by its lofted views of the Dandenong Ranges, luxurious family homes and village shopping.
Calm and affluent, Canterbury has long been the postcode favoured by Melbourne’s elite. Lush, green and picturesque it is a family-friendly suburb, known for its close proximity to Melbourne’s prestigious schools, manicured gardens and quaint village style shops.
Grand heritage homes, immaculate gardens and tree-lined streets, define Kew East. Prized by locals for its walkability to cafes, shops and the best choice of schools.
Filled with the character, charm and pastimes of yesteryear. This tree-lined, luxurious and leisurely suburb is favoured by Melbourne’s most discerning. Home to the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, the suburb while small in size, has played stage to some of the biggest sporting and entertainment events in the world.
An enclave of entrepreneurial start-ups, converted warehouse and a hot spot for emerging local eateries, Richmond, once the centre of manufacturing and the working-class has played subject to gentrification since the early 1990s.
Bountiful parks, tree-lined streets and a family friendly feel.
Life in Armadale is one of exclusivity. Boasting some of Melbourne’s most magnificent homes alongside high-end shopping strips, private schools and an abundance of restaurants, the suburb is one without compromise.
There’s no doubt about it, Malvern is a charming suburb. From the eclectic restaurants on Glenferrie Road to the quirky hidden cafes in the suburban streets, whatever your lifestyle, this area has it all.
Life in Toorak is one of exclusivity. As the postcode of choice for Melbourne’s elite, it’s a suburb without compromise. It features designer shopping strips, private schools and a plethora of fine dining restaurants, ticking all the boxes for well-heeled locals.
Known to be quieter than its neighbours, Brighton East is a highly sought-after location, blending community vibes, heritage aesthetics and a suburban charm that keeps locals loyal to its appealing beachside lifestyle.
Hawthorn East offers a suburban haven with a prime inner-city location, neighbouring Richmond and the CBD. Decorated with beautiful Victorian cottages, leafy parks and teaming with chic independent boutiques, cafes and sought-after schools – it’s no wonder that everyone wants to be a part of its relaxed family vibe.
Picture-perfect Malvern East, is what young family dreams are made of. Its leafy backstreets are made complete with white picket fences and hidden parks, while the main roads buzz with restaurants, cafes and boutique shopping. A neighbourhood that has retained a village-like feel, full of character and class.
Life sure is lovely in Brighton. Famous for its brightly-coloured beach boxes that line the sand of one of Melbourne’s most popular swimming destinations, this area is not just a beachside retreat but also a dream home location for many Melburnians.
Hawthorn’s celebrated suburban lifestyle makes it one of Melbourne’s most sought-after locations. Close enough to the city, but far enough away so that coming home feels like a relaxing escape, this well-established area offers families everything they could desire.
Kew has long been considered the home of Melbourne’s elite, and with its history and heritage it’s easy to see why. This handsome suburb is just seven kilometres from the CBD, yet feels like another world.
A well-established, gentle suburb, Glen Iris is filled with period homes and prestigious schools. A quietly affluent area, long favoured by families and retirees, it’s tree-lined streets, chic cafes and beautiful parks and gardens, make it an idyllic local situated a convenient 10 kilometres away from the city.
Cosmopolitan Melbourne, is a magnetic melting pot of culture, dining, arts and business. A city where towering office buildings and meandering laneways create a striking juxtapose for the vibrant lifestyle its inhabitants and visitors know and love.
Beautiful tree-lined streets come landed with period properties and landscaped public gardens. A picture of suburban bliss, Mont Albert is a prime location with a family-friendly feel.
A picture of suburban bliss, famed for its period homes, leafy green streets and buzzing shopping strips. A neighbourhood that has retained a village-like feel, full of character and class.
Prahran is always alive, possessing an elusive mix of prestige and grunge. Famed for its buzzing café, dining and bar scene, there is never a dull moment in this vibrant inner-city location.
With its boutique shopping strips and buzzing dining scene, there is truly something special about this prestigious yet lively Melbourne suburb.
Leafy, picturesque Balwyn, has a prime inner-city location and family friendly feel that offers close proximity to Melbourne’s most prestigious public and private schools. Balwyn is a highly sought-after locale that exudes old-time grace and modern prestige.
Sign up to receive property results in your inbox
on a Saturday afternoon.