WHO’S NEXT DOOR
You’ll be surrounded by plenty of families, drawn here by the friendly, safe streets and the wide selection of respected schools.
But with frequent trains from Malvern Station and a selection of tram routes, many young professionals love the convenience of being close to the city, yet coming home to these established neighbourhoods that thrive with a vibrant food and drink scene.
Plenty of contemporary apartments are popping up, bringing a more youthful influence that’s been captured by the coffee and café scene.
Whilst family focused, there’s plenty to keep the younger couples and singles occupied, particularly on the weekends when the locals are out in force for a street-front brunch with friends.
Choose from a swag of parks and outdoor recreation options, or head to the behemoth that is Chadstone Shopping Centre.
THE NUMBER GAME
Taking into account the price premium that an established suburb like Malvern and Malvern East can demand, prices reflect the reasonable demand in the area.
With a two bedroom home currently priced at close to $1.5 million, the apartment market is supplying a more affordable solution. A two bedroom apartment in Malvern will cost around $658,000, with the rental cost of the same sitting at around $455 per week. Malvern East sits a little below, with a two bedroom at $649,000 to purchase and $438 per week to rent.