New Apartments & Townhouses for Sale in St Kilda

Located right by the beach, St Kilda is a delightful location for families, backpackers, and fitness enthusiasts alike. You’ll see yachts and windsurfers enjoying the ocean from the bay, and as you walk through the streets, there are plenty of beautiful boom-time mansions and park destinations to explore. Fine-dining restaurants and cake stores with a European flair also appear along the streets of Carlisle and Acland, giving residents a chance to indulge in amazing flavours.

Property Type

Beds

Bath

Car Parking

Price

$720,000$720,000

Location

St Kilda

INK

71 Inkerman Street, St Kilda VIC 3182

Apartment in

St Kilda

From:
$ 720,000

More about St Kilda

Food: Melbourne is brimming with countless fantastic restaurants and cafes to visit, and St Kilda is no exception. The Fitzrovia on Fitzroy Street is perfect whether you’re looking for cocktails, crème Brule French toast, or early morning breakfast. There’s also the fantastic Radio Mexico on Carlisle street, which provides delicious chilaquiles.

Markets: If you enjoy al fresco shopping, the weekly maker’s market in St Kilda is a must-visit for you. This wonderful location is packed with more than 150 traders every Sunday. Check out the sights of the St Kilda beach and pick up some amazing jewellery, knick-knacks, and meals too. There’s also a Veg out market on the first Saturday of each month in the community gardens, if you want to stock up on organic free-range foods.

Property prices: The average price of a home or apartment in St Kilda is around $1,500,000. For 2 bedroom homes, you’re looking at slightly lower rates of around $1,100,000. If you’re thinking of renting a home at this beachside destination, you’ll be paying an average of about $650 per week. Prices drop slightly depending on the number of bedrooms you need. Costs can also fluctuate depending on your proximity to Barkley street for shopping, and the beach.

Transport: The CBD is only a 20-minute tram ride away, and the bayside suburbs are easy to access too. St Kilda’s location means that residents can get all the amenities they need close-by. There’s also a train station nearby if you want to travel north.

People: St Kilda started life as a beachside retreat for the rich and famous, with it’s beautiful Luna Park carousel and waterfront esplanade. However, it’s become more of a diverse location in recent years, attracting artists, poets, and musicians too. The last couple of decades have opened St Kilda up to the concept of a more laidback lifestyle for people who want to make the most of their lives in a stunning destination. Although you’ll find plenty of ambitious people in their 30s and 40s here, you’ll also find plenty of retirees too.

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