MIDDLE PARK

MIDDLE PARK At A Glance

Lovely, leafy Middle Park, with its laid-back atmosphere and beachside location is a real inner-city gem. Brimming with beautiful homes, a charming shopping village, a bustling café scene and a warm and welcoming community, it’s no wonder this quietly affluent neighbourhood is so attractive to young families and retirees.

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Peaceful streets, beachside ease and beautiful heritage homes – all with easy access of the CBD.

Local Tips

Middle Park is rather sleepy come nightfall, but that’s not such a bad thing.

Fun Fact

Middle Park is home to some of the best-preserved Victorian terrace houses in Melbourne and is part of a strict heritage-conservation area.

Lifestyle

There’s a lot to love about Middle Park. In fact, when it comes to lifestyle this delightful bayside suburb boasts what is surely one of Melbourne’s most enticing offerings.

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Lifestyle

The homes are beautiful – more often than not they are examples of Victorian, Edwardian and Federation architecture at their finest.

Armstrong Street is home to a small yet inviting shopping strip (known fondly by locals as Middle Park Village) with a collection of cheerful cafés, a much-loved gift shop and a few stylish boutiques.

Despite being just five kilometres from the city, Middle Park’s lush, green streets feel safe and peaceful, making it the perfect spot for young families. The popular neighbourhood primary school, playgrounds and bustling beachfront only add to this easy charm, while the pervading sense of warmth and strong community spirit see dog-toting neighbours chatting over newspapers and lattes.

And while family-friendly Middle Park tends to go to bed rather early, those in search of a party need only look to neighbouring St Kilda and its pumping nightlife or to Albert Park with its host of dining options. Whether it’s evening strolls along palm tree-lined Beaconsfield Parade or leisurely brunch on Armstrong Street there’s a reason postcode proud locals stay loyal to Middle Park.

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Neighbours

While somewhat more low key than glamorous Albert Park, Middle Park has joined its neighbour in becoming one of Melbourne’s most well-to-do suburbs. It’s only natural that it’s a favourite amongst the city’s affluent set. Comfortable rather than flashy, Middle Park is family territory first and foremost. Indeed, it seems everyone is in agreement that this is the perfect place to raise children. Likewise, professionals are drawn by its proximity to the city and calm lifestyle. Whether you’re young or old, this is a place for those who like their creature comforts in a quiet setting.

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Area Features

COFFEE CRAZY

Middle Park locals are coffee aficionados. And more often than not you’ll find them, newspaper in hand, gossiping with neighbours over lattes in one of the area’s charming cafés.

MIDDLE PARK VILLAGE

Armstrong Street’s ‘village’ is a hive of social activity and the centre of all goings on in sleepy Middle Park. Whether you’re brunching or browsing, come weekends (or any day really) this is the place to be.

BEACH TIME

Whether it’s ambling along Kerferd Road pier or strolling the waterfront promenade, when the sun is shining it’s straight to the beach.

Property

Heritage-filled Middle Park is home to some of Melbourne’s most impressive Victorian, Edwardian and Federation architecture. Needless to say, property doesn’t come cheap here. While downsizing retirees are attracted to the suburb’s pretty (but pricey) single fronted terraces, professionals with young families compete for the larger Edwardian and Federation homes, especially those on picturesque Richardson and Page Streets. With its close proximity to the beach and city, wide streets and lovely quiet vibe, Middle Park is a very sought-after address.

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AVERAGE PROPERTY PRICES
IN MIDDLE PARK

HOUSE

TO BUY

2 BEDROOM $ -
3 BEDROOM $ -
4 BEDROOM $3,650,000

TO RENT (PER WEEK)

2 BEDROOM $ -
3 BEDROOM $ -
4 BEDROOM $ -

Capital Growth Av Prices
5.6% change from 2017

UNIT

TO BUY

2 BEDROOM $ -
3 BEDROOM $999,000
4 BEDROOM $ -

TO RENT (PER WEEK)

2 BEDROOM $ -
3 BEDROOM $ -
4 BEDROOM $ -

Capital Growth Av Prices
5.6% change from 2017

Information Source: CoreLogic RP Data Pty Ltd

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