13 of the best properties for sale in Victoria right now
Add this selection of must-see properties across the state to your wishlist.
41 Stanhope Grove, Camberwell VIC 3124
This perfect family home has a lot of appeal. Set in manicured gardens with a curving driveway, the Federation elegance of the house is well preserved. Orwell, circa 1903, features a beautiful return verandah, chants, and an arched doorway flanked by pastel-colored glass. The well-proportioned period rooms include a living room, study, and bedrooms – all with original fireplaces. The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet has patio doors leading out to a balcony overlooking the garden. Modern needs are catered for in the north-facing kitchen, dining room and family room. These sunny spaces overlook the swimming pool. A tennis court is an unexpected addition. The family, who have lived here for eight years, often had big parties on the bridge. Close to private schools, it is also zoned for Canterbury Girls Secondary College and might be suitable for a local family looking to upgrade. “He has a transparent connection with the outside,” explains the agent.
1514/1 Queens Road, Melbourne VIC 3004
Views steal the show at this luxury penthouse. Perched on the 15th floor of the St Kilda Rd towers, this house in the clouds overlooks Lake Albert Park all the way to Port Phillip Bay. Climb the spiral stairs to experience the real wow factor – a large rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of the city. The apartment makes the most of its position with glass walls and balconies on three sides. Inside, a large open plan area focuses on the views with two living areas at either end of the kitchen-diner. Hosting is easy with two Gaggenau ovens, a warming drawer and a barbecue. The master bedroom has a bathtub, while two other bedrooms (or an optional office) have a private bathroom. Impress your friends with the rooftop terrace, swimming pool and sun terrace – this is a great place to watch the Grand Prix. “Sights with such extensive coverage are hard to come by,” the agent explains.
14 Glasgow Road, Kilsyth VIC 3137
For those looking for an escape, this shrine at the foot of the Dandenong Mountains has a resort-style vibe. The hiking house offers soothing views of the hills with space for multigenerational families. The main living room is the center of the house, with its sloping roof, stone fireplace, and windows on three sides framing the view. The master bedroom is in a wing with a Kardashian style walk-in closet. Children will love the games room, gym and swimming pool. There is an office / library up front and an office / retreat above the master bedroom. Take a walk in the paddock or on the nature trails nearby.
29, rue Stuart, Armadale VIC 3143
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Full of light and color, this boutique house across from Union Street Gardens is perfect for family living. Designer Simone Haag worked with the owners on an “industrial / beach chic” vibe while eat.bathe.live took care of the kitchen and bathrooms. The main living room and the terrace are upstairs, overlooking the treetops. Downstairs, a casual living room and family room communicate with a courtyard. The master suite is here, while the second staircase leads to a wing (possibly for children) with two bedrooms and a bathroom. “The house looks like a shrine in the treetops,” the officer explains.
1 Barrington Chase, Sandhurst VIC 3977
This pristine parcel of real estate close to the bay makes the resort type business a full time job. The house was built in 2012 in the Sandhurst Estate, a subdivision (Queensland Sanctuary Lakes style) of 1,800 properties, two 18-hole golf courses, a cafe, walking trails, a sports arena and security covered by owners’ company fees of approximately $ 4,000 per year. It’s versatile on the large single-level floor plan and emphasizes the ongoing vacation theme with a home theater, lap pool, and all-season outdoor entertainment. “It’s very low maintenance so you can just enjoy the lifestyle,” the agent says.
1/98 Dover Street, Richmond VIC 3121
It’s grown from a mid-century knitwear factory to a spacious vertical home in the heart of the rapidly evolving tech hub of Cremorne, so this downtown property can be pretty much anything the buyer wants. whether. The four-level house, one of nine at the converted factory, is in a mixed-use commercial area and has an existing use permit. It includes a tandem garage on the ground floor, a studio and storage space, a north facing terrace from the second floor living room and a city view from the top floor master bedroom. “The spaces are impressive,” said the officer.
7 rue Gordon, Mont Albert VIC 3127
With a keen eye for design detail, the developer of this executive townhouse – one of a pair in a popular family neighborhood – chose an exquisite soft gray Elba marble as the continuity element for the kitchen, the open plan living area and the bathrooms. “He did it beautifully, as well as I have ever seen,” said the agent. A parental suite on each floor will appeal to intergenerational families. Trendy fittings, high-end fixtures, muted palette, and custom layout with pretty curves appeal to the sophisticated buyer. A barbecue terrace seals the deal.
10 Bamfield Street, Sandringham VIC 3191
A strong sense of past lives echoes within the sturdy walls of this Edwardian house built in 1906. “It feels like it was a sailor’s house,” the agent says, and we imagine a captain sniffing. the salty breeze from the side lanai or dozing off in the round cedar clad lanai. For 34 years, vendors have loved Rickaby’s proximity to the water and the village and its lush garden with a Canarian palm tree that they planted a long time ago. “He’s a cracker,” said the agent. “There is a lot of space and possibilities to renovate. The owners just removed the carpet and found these original Baltic pine floors underneath.
64 Balaclava Road, St Kilda East VIC 3183
This corner cream brick gem is both a tribute to its Modernist origins and a timeless family home. “When it was built it would have been a knockout, and now it’s cool,” the officer said. Step back in time to marvel at the foyer’s spiral staircase with a geometric patterned metal railing (repeated in the exterior stairs to a rooftop terrace), a copper chandelier, terrazzo floors in the living room. bath, steel casement windows and a stone fireplace. The house designed by Ernest Fooks was built in 1955 and delicately updated by Zwei.
17, rue Yarrabin, Brunswick West VIC 3055
A young demographic expelled from Brunswick and Northcote is finding value and creating a hipster vibe around the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail. This 1940s semi-detached, single-storey house features a modern living room in a practical kitchen and a covered barbecue patio, as well as original honey-colored hardwood floors and a wood-lined fireplace. stone (now equipped with a gas fireplace). “It certainly stands the test of time,” said the officer. Iconic ghost gum at the end of the garden shades a cubby-style studio / retreat. “It’s a bit of the countryside in Brunswick West,” he said.
6/181 Kepler Street, Warrnambool VIC 3280
Many Melbourne residents who are considering relocating to their area want to experience the rural dream as a whole, but some are simply looking for a more affordable and manageable form of city life. Here, an elegant townhouse in central Warrnambool offers easy access to all rural and coastal areas, yet is within walking distance of the town’s cafes, restaurants, gallery, and botanical gardens. Built almost 10 years ago, it has an underground car park then two levels above. A sleek, austere exterior of concrete and decorative cutout panels sets the scene, and inside there’s a large open-plan living room that also has concrete walls. Here, the look is softened by wooden stairs and railings, lighted fitted wardrobes, and full-height folding glass doors leading out to the terrace. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
35 Glenvale Road, Flinders VIC 3929
Bordering a creek and farmland, with the Flinders Vent through the paddock, this pretty wooden plank house sits on approximately 3000 square meters of land at the end of an unpaved road. The split level house is divided by a central entrance hall and has a large open plan kitchen, living and dining room on one side and two bedrooms and a family bathroom on the other. Upstairs, accessed from the living room, there is a second living room and a large master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There are terraces and balconies to enjoy the sea view.
115-117, rue Vincent, Daylesford VIC 3460
Who, lately, has not thought of fleeing to the countryside to start a new life? This interesting property, located on Main Street in Daylesford, includes a century-old two-story commercial building that brings in $ 32,000 a year and a new house at the back of the double block which is built to be gated but has no certificate of occupancy. On 635 square meters, there is clearly work and potential here. The house has an American kitchen, a living room and a dining room on the ground floor which opens onto a veranda. Upstairs, three bedrooms, one main with balcony and private bathroom.