Suburb Profiles

Written by in Buying on January 29, 2015

Suburb Profiles

What makes a good suburb great? Finding your dream home should go further than looking for the property itself. If you’re house hunting, you need the insider’s scoop. What are the locals’ favourite cafes? Where can I walk my dog? What’s the history of the area? Find out for yourself by checking out the suburb profiles.



Clifton Hill

Clifton_HillHip without all the hipsters, Clifton Hill is Melbourne’s quintessential “fly under the radar” suburb. Often overlooked due to the spotlight on falling on its hot- spot neighbours, Fitzroy and Collingwood, it would be amiss to overlook Clifton Hill for a number of reasons…







Kew, perhaps one of the brightest jewels in Boorondara’s crown, has long been known as the home to some of the wealthiest and reputable figures of Melbourne. If there is one word to describe Kew, ‘impressive’ may be it…







Glen Iris

Nestled amongst Camberwell to the north, Ashburton to the east, Carnegie to the south and Malvern to the West, Glen Iris is the middle-class oasis of Melbourne’s South- Eastern suburbs..







Could Footscray be Melbourne real estate’s best kept secret? This industrial, working class suburb has been recently dubbed “the new Fitzroy”, and is home to 13, 000 residents. Historically, Footscray’s name has been…