The best properties for sale in Victoria right now
Add this selection of must-see properties across the state to your wishlist.
13 Ward Ave, Caulfield North VIC 3161
How refreshing to discover a house that stands out. This unique design offers all the luxury expected with a distinctive panache. The living spaces shine with light from the walls of the windows and glass doors. A staircase with Japanese stone tiles adds a wow factor. Also offering visual interest, a suspended fireplace completes the heated floors. The refined lines of the kitchen hide Gaggenau appliances, including a steamer and teppanyaki hotplate, while the marbled leather is a stylish finish. Perfect for today’s needs, the smart floor plan offers a front office with its own entrance. Upstairs, the master bedroom is the ultimate in indulgence with a double-sided fireplace, sitting area, charcoal bath, and curved vanity. In addition to the parking lot, the basement contains a bedroom, a bathroom, a cinema room and a kitchenette. Outside, the outdoor covered terrace and barbecue kitchen are weatherproof. A lovely swimming pool completes the resort style set.
34 Stirling Street, Kew VIC 3101
After a complete renovation, this pretty family home retains its charm of yesteryear while enjoying all the comforts of today. Architect Drew Cole’s design injected light, space and style. Original fireplaces and high ceilings add character, while new floating staircases and two-story void provide a dramatic focal point. This offers what everyone wants – a master bedroom downstairs, a good office, and children’s bedrooms upstairs. Facing north, the living area is bright and open while the kitchen is elegantly equipped. âIt’s perfect for families and close to all of Kew’s schools,â the agent explains.
G4 / 146W Toorak Road, South Yarra VIC 3141
The wealthiest will be drawn to Fawkner House, a super-luxury development with nine apartments in this desirable location across from Fawkner Park. Designed by renowned architect Rob Mills, this ground floor apartment features soft curves, premium materials and an alluring use of space. No wonder it looks glamorous, with three-meter-high ceilings and huge sliding glass doors leading out to a long terrace. The separate living room could be converted into an office. The chic kitchen takes culinary design to a new level and makes entertaining easier, while the open-plan living-dining area connects well to the terrace. âAn absolute architectural masterclass,â says the agent.
245 Elgar Road, Surrey Hills CIV 3127
Beautiful English-style clinker brick houses like this one on a 657 square meter block contribute to the heritage charm of the rolling green hills of Surrey, a family-friendly suburb well served by schools, shops, parks and recreation areas . âThis property is attractive and affordable for a Surrey Hills address,â said the agent. âYoung couples or young families could move into the house. The owners [of 14 years] have done a lot, but there is still room for improvement. The single storey house has a pretty facade, well-proportioned rooms and a large backyard.
69 Millar Street, Daylesford VIC 3460
This snippet of Tuscany near the edge of scenic Lake Daylesford offers romance and relaxation, whether on a weekend getaway or in permanent residence. The two-story 1990’s Hebel-build has three living areas and sits on an elevated site surrounded by fruit trees, including espalier apples, in a terraced garden. It is at the end of a cul-de-sac a few steps from the center of a town renowned for its rural charm. âIt’s spacious, private and the sun is coming from the north,â the officer said.
16 Canterbury Road, Toorak VIC 3142
Think Toorak real estate for a triple A location, influential style (whatever the era), and jaw-dropping prices. But ambitious buyers looking to enter some of Melbourne’s best will realize the unusual affordability of this beautiful, brick Victorian family home with a private garden spanning 770 square meters. âIt’s at a very attractive price,â says the agent. “It’s a neighborhood lifestyle, a bright, light, and very livable house with great potential to move up or rebuild or whatever.” The village of Hawksburn is a quick sprint for a latte and loaf of ethical sourdough.
69a Derby Street, Kew VIC 3101
This newly renovated Victorian terrace is ideal for couples looking to transition from apartment living to a semi-detached house with a garden and “a bedroom for a dog, a bub and two cars,” according to the listing agent. âIt was almost unlivable before, but makeover designer Design + Diplomacy made a nice renovation,â he says, noting the wood floors, the new kitchen with skylight, the double entry bathroom and a Retractable awning with rain sensor at the rear. Kew Junction at the end of the street is a bit of a foodie destination.
14/60 Queens Road, Melbourne VIC 3004
We never encountered anything art deco that we didn’t like, and there is nothing but love for this apartment which has the character of the time – high ceilings, original wooden floors, windows steel casements, pretty cornices – plus a chic and naughty kitchen wall that reveals its original masonry. The master bedroom has an adjoining office and the 18 storey block, called Kinfauns, is set in a well-kept garden. The location on the edge of town is in a fabulous walking triangle between the maps of Albert Park Lake, Prahran and St Kilda.
1/7 Gladstone Parade, Elsternwick VIC 3185
Instantly drawing attention to its rarity, this ground floor apartment with a single above in a period building just steps from the shops and tram line of Hopetoun Gardens and Glenhuntly Road. âWe had a lot of requests even before the first opening,â says the agent. âIt’s pretty much in its original condition so someone could update it, especially the kitchen and bathroom. It has a wonderful feel and good sized rooms. A courtyard garden, a garage and an office are included.