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TOORAK LIVING

A wander through Toorak and its close neighbour Armadale sees jaw-dropping historic mansions alongside equally luxurious but totally contemporary apartments and smaller period houses.

 

As well as this you’ll encounter leafy streets littered with parks and easy access to a range of bike paths.

 

Not in short supply are Cafes with excellent coffee, fine dining restaurants and boutiques full of the latest creations of sought after Australian and International designers.

 

Toorak and its surrounds really have something for everybody.

 

In terms of residents Toorak is a mixed bag of young independent people, mature families and retirees living in the area.  
 

When it comes to buying property, knowing what the suburb has to offer is as important as the property itself. 
 

Toorak’s median property price to buy is $4,975,000 (October 23rd 2017)

When it comes to renting, the Toorak median house rental price per week is $1100, which makes renting more expensive than Victoria’s average of $350. (realestate.com.au).

 

If you’re looking for an investment property or a place to live 1101| Malvern Rd Toorak is ideal.
 

Located in the heart of Toorak, it’s surrounded by vibrant cafes and boutiques, bookshops and gourmet grocers. If you’re a fitness fanatic, you will find that in every direction, there are fitness centres, swimming pools, bike tracks and expansive parks including Orrong Romanis Park adjacent to the popular Orrong Park Tennis Centre. 
 

What’s especially great about Toorak is that it’s next to South Yarra, Malvern and Armadale. The gorgeous Hawksburn Village which has a busy range of stores and places to eat is just a stone’s throw away. You’ll find Stock’d Food Store, Peter Bouchier Butchers, Bistro Thierry Restaurant, Grace and Bassike boutiques just to highlight a few of the drawcards. Go a bit further down and you will find Toorak Village as well as High St, Armadale both famous amongst Melbournians for their selection of clothing stores, hair salons, cafés and restaurants. 
 

The area is serviced by the #8 tram to the city, Toorak and South Yarra Stations being the closest train stops. There are a number of excellent private schools in the area, too.

 

If Toorak sounds like the place to live, contact Matt Bracken directly on 0402 098 888 or Andrew Hall on 0407 270 083 for more information on the absolutely stunning and dynamic development at 1101 Malvern Rd, Toorak.

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