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Toorak

Melbourne’s Beverly Hills, the suburb of Toorak has a long reputation of being Melbourne’s most aspirational suburb. Considered the most prestigious in Australia, many are drawn to this location for its luxurious lifestyle, grand mansions and deluxe apartments. 

Notably more expensive, Toorak’s open streets, proximity to parks, private schools and magnificent homes make it an irresistible and well established suburb. 

Located approximately 5km South-East of Melbourne’s CBD, Toorak sits on the south side of the Yarra River, bordered by suburbs of South Yarra, Malvern, Armadale and Prahran. 

The lushness of the arching trees in the picturesque streets of Toorak, protect the palatial mansions, luxury apartments, refined shopping strips, glamorous cafes, boutique stores, the social elite and the splendiferous estates. 

 

Who’s Next Door

Toorak’s beauty is presented through its leafy green streets and the charming Village. The predominant housing in Toorak is apartments and walk up flats, making up 48%, whilst the stand-alone home occupies 35%. 

Traditional mansions owned by Melbourne’s most wealthy, are located on St George’s Road, Lansell Road, Hopetoun Road, Albany Road and Clendon Road.

Next door, you will find many long-term couples and families who are well established, many of whom have lived in Toorak for generations. Many young professionals are buying or renting in Toorak, as it provides prime access to both the CBD and South Yarra,

Culture

The abundance of up-maket speciality food, fashion, homeware stores and boutiques is prevalent in Toorak Village; a strip of shops and cafes located in the centre of Toorak. 

Toorak village, an old and quant shopping area, is all about style and luxury, with high end boutiques and spending options in high end designer clothing stores, deli’s and stunning cafes. Chapel Street, a Melbourne icon, is only a short tram-ride away, home to cinemas, bars, cafes, restaurants and of course shopping!

Home to many of Melbourne's most revered churches, Toorak's history is often right at your doorstep.

The Number Game

Toorak is regarded as one of Melbourne's, and Australia's, most aspirational suburbs, resulting in also becoming the most expensive.

This suburb, filled with debonair and charm, is, without doubt, in high demand, and with the average cost of an apartment at around $795,000,  with apartments fetching approximately $430 p/w in rental income, there is little to wonder why..