St Kilda, a suburb rich in history, once a haven to the musicians and creatives of Melbourne, is undergoing a dramatic change. Cultural hives in Acland St and Fitzroy St, make St Kilda ideal for those who love to socialise. Located next to Melbourne's beach, St Kilda's beach promenade features some of Melbourne's best restaurants, bars and views. If you find yourself getting bored, St Kilda may be your answer.
WHO'S NEXT DOOR?
St Kilda has an interesting makeup of potential neighbours, with a deﬁnite mix of young professionals and families, and some of the St Kilda faithful. St Kilda locals were regarded as early trendsetters, renowned for being instigators for the punk and goth movements of Melbourne.
Between Acland and Fitzroy Streets, generation-old bakeries, chef hat restaurants and of course Luna Park, St Kilda is a destination for a fun day in the sun or a cold night in with a glass of wine. St Kilda may be renowned for the eclectic, but it is these interests that make St Kilda as unique as any.
THE NUMBER GAME
St Kilda and its prime beach-culture location have been an ever-changing market, with increases in property value continually going up over the past decade. Apartments average at around $605,000, with an estimated rental income of around $500 p/w.