Brighton is a prestigious beachside suburb of Melbourne roughly 11kms south east of the CBD. Covering over an 8km radius, some pockets of Brighton vary from others. The Melbourne Metro train stations split Brighton into Brighton Beach, Middle Brighton, North Brighton and Gardenvale. It’s comprised of multiple shopping strips, cafes and restaurants, cinemas, top public and private schools, sporting fields and parks as well as beaches.
Brighton has a median house price of $2,392,500 and a median unit price of $920,000.
The architecture in Brighton is a mix of contemporary design and classic heritage homes.
Heritage sites such as Billilla Historic Mansion Epicure, Two Sisters on Church St (one recently on the market) Kamesburgh mansion (used as a campus for Star of The Sea College, previously a hospital for returned Anzac soldiers) and the famous Brighton Beach Box’s.
The abundance of beaches and parks in leafy Brighton means that locals are not short of areas to walk the dog, host picnics, or play a game of cricket. William Street Reserve, Foreshore Reserve and Elsternwick park make up a fraction of outdoor space in Brighton. Residents have the choice of various stretches of numerous beautiful sandy beaches, including Dendy Street Beach, Middle Brighton Beach, Sandown Street Beach and Brighton Beach.
With some of the best schools in Melbourne all located within the one suburb, it’s not difficult to see why many families choose to reside in Brighton.
Brighton Grammar School St Leonards College Firbank Girls Grammar School Star of the Sea College Brighton Secondary School
Where the locals eat……
Superrandom – Modern cafe – decor wise half designed by local construction firm, Mckimm.
Cucina and Co – 65-seat Sicilian restaurant with a formidable wood-fired pizza oven.
Sons of Mary – Cafe/restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Opened by brothers behind Brown Cow, another bayside institution.
Tom Wilson – Trendy but cosy cafe named after Local Mayor and resident of over 50 years.
90 Secondi – The third boutique pizzeria opened by celebrated Melbourne restaurateur Johnny Di Francesco
St Martin’s – According to Broadsheet, ‘St Martin’s is a taste of the vibrant Brighton beach bathing boxes in a suburban setting’. Pushing the envelope in terms of Melbourne breakfasts.
Where the locals shop…
Mecca – High end cosmetic and skincare chain suppling international and local ranges.
Hamish and Grace – Eclectic homewares, fashion and gift store located on carpenter street.
Husk – Curated high end fashion boutique stocking international and local designers.
Highest Recorded Residential Sale
39 Seacombe Grove – Sold for $22,000,000 in May 2015
On the Market – March 2017
3 Bed, 3 Bath, 3 OSP – Renovated Period Home
SOLD 8th April, 2017
Jason Collie & Barb Gregory – Marshall White
4 Bed + 3 Bath + 4 Car – Mediterranean Style Home
Jacqui Maggs & Jonathon Dixon – JP Dixon Real Estate
3 bed + 2 bath + 2 OSP – Off the Plan Luxury Apartment Development
Justin Follett & Marcus Heron – Follett & Co.
Only 2 Apartments Remaining
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