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  • Neighbourly Spirit 4/5
  • Safe & Sound 4/5
  • Clean & Green 5/5
  • Peace & Quiet 4/5
  • Nightlife 1/5
  • Shopping Options 1/5
  • Internet Access 4/5
  • Parking 3/5
  • Resale or Rental Value 5/5
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"Great suburb for families"

Such a great lifestyle, can't go wrong here in Albert Park. Prices are very very high, but if you can afford it then it's a really great suburb to live.
Pros
  • The beach is on your doorstep
  • Friendly community feel
  • Fantastic cafe and restaurant lifestyle
Cons
  • Very expensive to buy real estate
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5/5
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"Luxury and Mansions....oh my"

Monomeath Avenue is considered to be one of the best (if not the best) streets in all of Victoria. It's one of the most expensive streets, with mansions that are only rivaled by Toorak, Templestowe and Brighton.

The main attraction of Monomeath Avenue is that it ticks all the location boxes. Close to schools such as Xavier College and Trinity College, close to shopping on Burke Road and very close to public transport on Burke Road as well.

Another great aspect is that it's quite secluded. It's just far away enough from Burke Road, yet just close enough to be considered secluded. Drive down the street and you will see how visually appealing the street is as well, with a fantastic tree canopy overhead and wide roads sprawling the length of the street.

Finally, the icing on the top of the cake is having the parents of superstars Kylie and Danny Minogue living your street. That's right, when the Minogue's comes to town, this is where the family gets together.

Most people only dream of living in a street like this...and I don't think you need this review to tell you to live here if you can afford it.
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AdamS
AdamS Yes, we would all love to live next to Kylie's parents home. I wonder if you could peak over the fence?
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1/5 rating details
  • Neighbourly Spirit 1/5
  • Safe & Sound 1/5
  • Clean & Green 1/5
  • Pest Free 1/5
  • Peace & Quiet 1/5
  • Eating Out 3/5
  • Nightlife 3/5
  • Parks & Recreation 1/5
  • Shopping Options 3/5
  • Gym & Fitness 1/5
  • Internet Access 2/5
  • Lack of Traffic 1/5
  • Cost of Living 1/5
  • Resale or Rental Value 2/5
  • Public Transport 5/5
  • Medical Facilities 2/5
  • Schools 1/5
  • Childcare 1/5
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"Dirty and disgusting...but good location"

I've lived here for a while, and although the location is great, nothing can excuse how filthy Swanston Street feels and looks at night time. Bums are always around the McDonalds and KFC and always give you dirty looks. While they don't want money, they just hang around. It's so frustrating because we live in such a beautiful city, and this area should be fantastic to live in and shop, and while it is a great area, it just feels soooo dirty.

Also, you look past the fact that late at night, this is where most people come to hang out and get food, and as everyone is drunk, it sometimes gets nasty with fights. Police are always in the street keeping watch.

On the flip side, the shopping is quite good, with access to Myer, David Jones, QV and Melbourne Central.

Great location, but dirty and disgusting. Not recommended for living here, but if you are staying at one of the hotels, then this location is hard to beat.
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4/5
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"Location Location Location"

Richmond is about as good as it get when it comes to suburbs in Melbourne. It's perfect for young singles\couple who are looking to live in a suburb that has great shopping, good bars and is close to the city. Some people complain about some of the dodgier streets around the commission flats, but that's what makes Richmond so unique! It's not perfect, but if you are young and like the nightlife, with great tram access to the City, it's hard to beat Richmond.
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5/5 rating details
  • Neighbourly Spirit 5/5
  • Safe & Sound 4/5
  • Clean & Green 5/5
  • Pest Free 4/5
  • Peace & Quiet 3/5
  • Eating Out 5/5
  • Nightlife 5/5
  • Parks & Recreation 5/5
  • Shopping Options 5/5
  • Gym & Fitness 5/5
  • Internet Access 4/5
  • Lack of Traffic 3/5
  • Cost of Living 3/5
  • Resale or Rental Value 5/5
  • Public Transport 5/5
  • Medical Facilities 5/5
  • Schools 3/5
  • Childcare 5/5
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"Beaches, bars, pubs and restaurants...there's nothing Port Melbourne doesn't have"

Port Melbourne has everything you could ask for in a place to live...bars, beaches, great restaurants and pubs. Shopping on Bay street is fantastic, Waterfront Place has some great amenities with IGA and a fitness gym (that's annoyingly busy on Monday-Wednesdays however), and Beach Street \ Beaconsfield Parade is one of the nicest strolls in all of Victoria on sunny weekend.

Look out though, as Port Melbourne can be quite expensive...but I guess you get what you pay for. If you are lucky enough, you'll have ocean views. My preference is for Rouse Street, or Johnston Street near Pickles Street...but overall you can't really go wrong anywhere in Port Melbourne.

Port Melbourne also suits all types, from young singles who love to party, to large families, to older people who like to take weekend strolls. It's also so close to city, and public transport is very closeby.
Pros
  • Fantastic Beach Lifestyle
  • Good Restaurants
  • Great Community
  • Great singles bars
Cons
  • Very windy at times
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3/5
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"Doesn't look appealing, but undergoing street wide renovation, so might be good in a few years."

A very wide wide street, parking more that available. Lots of townhouses, yet a lot look pretty run down, which really brings down the visual appeal. One of the good things though is that some of the townhouses are being renovated, so one look out for in a few years.
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4/5
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"Perfect for families and young couples"

Faussett Lane runs just behind Bridport Street and is one of those streets that has the benefit of being secluded, yet being in the mix of it all!

Bridport street is a short stroll away and is great for coffees, food, boutique shops and restaurants. Trams are at your doorstep so the CBD is only 5 minutes away as well.

All the houses are mostly 1 story townhouses, and all well maintained. Very family friendly and great trees are overhead. Very hard to fault this street.
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4/5
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"Familiy friendly and fantastic location."

O'Grady Street Albert Park is clearly one of the best streets in the suburb. Located just a short walk from Victoria Avenue and Richardson Street, this wide green tree laden street has a lot of great features that most would desire when looking for a new home.

First off, Victoria Street, which lends off to Bridport Street is amazing on the weekends for coffee's and cake, or even for dinner during the week. You can also catch a tram just down to the Beach during summer (or winter if you are game).

Second, the street is very wide and beautiful with great greenery and some fantastic two story townhouses.

Finally, there are always people on the street walking and it has a very neighborly feel to it. Most families would love it here. Take a drive down and you will see!

Highly recommended.
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4/5
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"Cute street, great location."

Dinsdale Street Albert Park is a cost little street situated just a short stroll from the beach. Mostly brick townhouses lie here, some bigger than others. On street parking is always available, and the road has just been resurfaced!!!

Location is so good as well. St Kilda beach is just a short walk away, and there is also Bridport Street shopping just around the corner.
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5/5
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"I love this street - Page Street is amazing."

Page Street is one of the most spectacular streets in Albert Park. The beautiful double story townhouses, the amazing canopy of trees and gorgeous greenery, combined with happy people walking their dogs and prams during the day make this street one of the most desirable in all of Albert Park.

You also have direct access to Victoria Avenue shops, as well as being such a short drive from the Melbourne CBD AND beach on a short stroll away. Very hard to beat.
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4/5
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"Esplanade E in Port Melbourne - Fantastic location...close to Edwards Park AND the Beach"

Esplanade E Port Melbourne is one of the best streets in the suburb, hands down. It runs the length of the suburb, from the beach all the way up to Ingles Street, South Melbourne and runs in an odd Zig-Zag fashion as can be seen by the map.

The best part about Esplanade E is it's proximity to Edward's Park, which has is lined with Palm Trees (I'll be uploading a bunch of pics soon). Right near the park are mostly townhouses, some of which have been renovated recently, but most will be redeveloped in the next 5-10 years.

This street also has a great family feel, with mums and dads always walking their dogs and prams on weekends. On street parking is not a problem at all, and it's close enough to Bay street, yet feels quite secluded.

You simply can't go wrong in Esplanade E, a must buy if you get the chance.
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4/5
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"One of the best"

Nelson Road is a very wide street and consists mostly of two story large townhouses. It's located in one of the best parts of Albert Park - very close to the city, albert park lake and St Vincent Gardens. It has a great family feel to it, and the location is hard to beat.
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3/5
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"Great location, but otherwise nothing spectacular."

Pool Street in Port Melbourne connects Bay Street and Princes St, and is currently undergoing some major renovations, which doesn't give the street a very family friendly feel to it.

Great location, but otherwise nothing spectacular.
3/5
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"Good location, but that's about it."

Leading just off Stokes Street is Farrell Street, a cute little street with a great location in Port Melbourne. Two minutes stroll to Bay St shopping and Restaurants Mostly weatherboard townhouses, on street parking, and very close to the tram lines. However Port Phillip Specialist school is here as well, and is always busy at school times, so make sure you check it out if you are thinking of buying here.

The houses also look pretty run down, and not very appealing in the slightest.

Overall, good location but not much else.
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gillford
gillford Farrell St 'West' situated near Williamstown road comprises many historically listed buildings which prohibit the front of the house from being altered. Usually they have extensive renovations to the rear of the property with quite a few being double storey. Which by regulation should not be seen from the front of the property.
Situated between Clarke Street and the park.
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"Location, parks, shops...it has everything."

Liardet Street is a very nice street compared some of the others in the area, and one of the more desired streets to live in especially if you are after something a little bit further away from the beach.

Bay street does separate the street somewhat in terms of desirability, but even on the bad side, its still pretty good. On the west side of BAy Street, the houses are still quite nice, and the location is great because you are so close to Bay St, but the best part is on the east side of bay street that connects right through to Richardson Street.

The main reason for this has to be the beautiful parks that are here: Edwards Park and Lagoon Reserve. Both are amazing with huge palm trees.

Buy here is you can, you wont regret it.
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"Very odd name, ok location but that's about it."

Odd name to be sure and it's not doing the street any favors. Factories line it, as does graffiti! Ok location being in the heart of Richmond, but I personally would avoid this one.
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"Perfect for young couple and singles"

Perfect for young couples and single people, Lennox Street is fantastic. Location is so hard to beat, as you are right near Bridge Road, Swan Street and Chapel Street...all the major retail streets in the area.

My local drinking place is the London Terrace Pub and I highly recommend it on Friday nights. Parking is never an issue, and while there are speed bumps along the whole street, it stops the hoons in the area. Crime is a small issue, buts that's just Richmond and should not be a major deterrent.

Singles and young couples should seriously consider this street in Richmond.
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CommunityMan
CommunityMan I love the London Tavern too and go there regularly. There's also a delicious cheap and cheerful Indian food place on the south end of the street on the corner of Swan St.
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4/5
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"Location is fantastic"

Highett Street in Richmond is a main road, but don't let this deter you. The houses are set back on their blocks so noise isn't as much of an issue as you might expect. There is a great tree canopy overhead, and the location is fantastic being so close to Richmond Station, Bridge Road and Swan Street. There are commission flats here, but never seems to be too much of an issue, so overall, I would recommend Highett Street in Richmond.
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5/5
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"A lifestyle we all should apisre to, one of the best in Albert Park."

How can you go wrong here? Well the answer is you can't. This is the golden mile of Albert Park, with mansions towering the street. Right on St Vincent Place S is St Vincent Gardens which obviously has a lot to do with the high appeal of the area. This is a stunning park with enormous palm trees and lush gardens. Walking here on a weekend will show you just how much of a family environment this area has as well.

Location can't get much better either. So close to the beach, the city and Albert Park lake, and public transport right at your front door on Montague Street.

If you can afford this street, then take the opportunity and live here...or at least take a stroll down St Vincent Place and visit St Vincent Gardens. STUNNING!!
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4/5
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"A sweet little side street in the heart of Beacon Cove"

The Cove in Port Melbourne is very similar to all the other streets in the Beacon Cove development area. It connects directly through to Beacon Rd, which some people might not want when there are a few more secluded streets nearby, such as Coogee Place and Strathaird Mews. The architecture is very similar to others in Beacon Cove, but there is some variation. It's not as bad as some of the other streets that literally look like every house is the same.

The Cove does have a very nice family feel to it though, as you often see young families walking on the weekends. One of the better ones in the Beacon Cove complex.
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4/5
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"great location, great feel, can't go wrong in any way"

Coogee Place is a cute little street, just off pier street. Located in Beacon Cove, the houses and gardens are very well maintained, and it's also little secluded as well. Houses do look the same however, and I would imagine that resale value would not be fantastic.

Location is great however, being only a short stroll from the beach, bay street, and all the pubs and clubs along beach street!
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4/5
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"Amazing location, and beautiful houses."

This feels a little different than the others in the area, and you can tell by the design. The more you move away from the center of the area, the more you notice the different styles in homes. The houses also seem to be spaced apart a bit nicer than some of the others in Beacon Cove.

A very cool townhouse is on the corner of Morley St and Swallow Street, and that just one of the reason why i prefer this to some of the other "lego block" like style houses

Location is a bit better as well, as it's closer to the Port Melbourne action of Bay Street, and the beach. It is closer to the tram lines as well, but just be careful as this can sometimes be a bad thing, as some of the other streets in the area close to the tram lines are rife with graffiti.
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4/5
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"Fantastic location in the heart of Port Melbourne"

Park Square in Port Melbourne is great, primarily because of its location. It's very close on to the beach, and the IGA supermarket on Waterfront Place. Walking to beach is only a few steps from your front door.

It is part of Beacon Cove and as such the houses are all identical looking and have the display home feel to it. On street parking is a pain for visitors, as most of it is permit parking, but overall hard to go wrong here...there's even a little park here to play in!!
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3/5
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"Beautuful but sometimes a thoroughfare at peak hour."

Malmsbury Street in Kew is a gorgeous little street that runs just off Princess Street and connects through to High Street.

Visually, it is quite nice with trees lining the pavement, and some beautiful apartments blocks and surprisingly large houses.

It is very close to Kew Junction so you are near all the great amenities such as Leo's supermarkets, The Skinny Dog Hotel and many others cafe's and restaurants. It's great for public transport, as buses run along Princess street every 15\30 minutes. Fantastic schools such as Xavier college and Trinity College are just around the corner for the kids as well.

It is however a large thoroughfare street at peak hour. Drivers can cut through here and connect up to High Street, and effectively cut out the traffic from Kew Junction. This can be a bit of a pain, and can be quite noisy being so close to the main road Princess Street.
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"Too many hoons at night, but some BIG houses."

Church Road in Templestowe is basically two big hills joined together...and therefore is a very big speed trap. While there are some nice homes, too many people speed here. I challenge you to drive down Church Rd and not see skid marks covering it, as young kids often do doughnuts late at night. It's very frustrating.

There are some pretty large homes here however, and some of them are very nice. The house at the bottom of the hill between Church and Reynolds is a monster! I think it's 327 Church Rd...I have actually walked through it at inspection, and all i can say is that it's one of the most impressive I have ever seen.

Bottom line...I wouldn't live here because there are better streets so close by like Sarah Crescent or Serpells Road.
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"Gorgeous tree lined tranquility...but busy at peak hour."

Carson Street in Kew is a beautiful street, with fantastic visual appeal. Greenery and trees line the pavement, and comprises of some pretty large family style homes. Living here are mostly older families, more than likely due to the proximity to some of the best schools in all of Australia such as Xavier College and Trinity College.

The location is perfect as well, being just around the corner from Kew Junction, with Safeway supermarket and Leo's boutique supermarket (I love Leo's, so friendly!). A five minute drive to Kew Junction will also see you being a regular at all the restaurants it has to offer, not to mention the pubs, such as The Clifton and The Skinny Dog Hotel. Great pubs I have spent many a night at!

One of the main detractors however is that at peak hour, it is a MAJOR thoroughfare. Traffic coming away from the city off Barkers Rd pour through to Studley Park Rd to avoid the traffic build up at Kew Junction on High Street. As such the street has many speed bumps.

Overall, while a bit of a thoroughfare at peak hour, the houses are beautiful and quite large, and visually the street looks fantastic. Carson Street in Kew would be considered one of the more desirable streets in the entire area, and I highly recommend it.
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3/5
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"Nice but boisy...it's a main road. I would buy elsewhere."

Studley Park Rd joins Kew to Johnston Street, past Fitzroy and into the City. It's a long and wide street, 4 lanes across and is considered to be a main road.

There are some mansion style homes on here on Studley Park Rd, and there a lot of older people living here, not many younger people, most likely due to the prices of the houses.

It's a main road, what more can I say, I wouldn't want to live on a main road. Location is great though as it is so close to Kew Junction, so that can't be forgotten. I think for the price, you can do better a few streets away from all the all the traffic, and get a more relaxed and peaceful house, with no traffic at your doorstep.
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"One of the best in Port Melbourne"

I think Beacon Vista is one of the standout streets in this section of Port Melbourne. To be blunt...it's stunning! The gardens are in perfect condition, and the palm trees are gorgeous, and the street is very wide.

The houses do tend to look a little different than one another, and doesn't have as much of the "cookie cutter/lego block" style of some of the other streets in the area...which is a BIG plus.

One of the coolest aspects of the street is having two rather large lighthouse style posts at both ends, which I think adds a nice touch of personality to the street. I'm not sure what the story is with them, but I'm sure someone out there knows!

There is also a great park right in the middle, and this is something which is sure to excite potential buyers in the street. Often there are young families playing in the park and really adds to the liveliness of Beacon VIsta.
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3/5
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"Another "Cookie Cutter" house style street...but still pretty good"

All the street in this section of Port Melbourne have one thing in common....the design. In Pier Street, the houses aren't really modern, in fact most are a very weird yellow brick color. I really don't like it. But that's just my taste :) not sure if this would be good for resale value either...as each house doesn't look unique.

You do get however amazingly manicured gardens, and what looks to be a very friendly neighborhood. Amazing location, right near Beach Street with all the great amenities, and just a quick stroll down to the beach in summer. There is also a heap of on street parking, so no problems there either. Overall, if the design of the houses could be a little better, I would give it a 4/5 but unfortunately, I just don't like the look of same style house over and over.
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"Lego duplicate housing turns me off...but otherwise a nice street."

Mariposa place is a dead end road on the west end of Beach Street. The houses are "cookie cutter" in that they all look the same, however the gardens are kept in top shape. I suppose not much can be really said about this street, in that it doesn't seem to have a lot of personality.

Location is good however. It's very hard to go wrong in terms of location down this end of Port Melbourne. It is quite secluded, so that is a huge plus for people wanting privacy, and the local IGA, restaurants and more are just a stroll down Beach Street.

I personally don't like the design of the houses, and I guess when you see a lot of something you don't like, you just case get into the street itself. It looks like bad lego blocks all stacked together.

What do you think of the cookie cutter bad designs of the houses?
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"Great location, peaceful and beautiful."

Esplanade West in Port Melbourne is gorgeous. Towards the Beach St end there are some amazing apartment complexes. First of all you have the cool HM@S complex, with on street parking more than available. Across the road is the stunning Sandridge Bay Towers, and I must say I love the brick fascade and black rail staircases. Of course this is down the Beach St end, and therefore has amazing access to the beach just across the road, and some people may even be lucky enough to get beach views. Perfect location for walking the dog, or playing on the beach with kids.

The only problem is the wind, and having two massive towers on both sides of Esplanade W can create a wind tunnel. Such a small price to pay for having such a great location.

Moving away from the water towards the city, it turns from apartment complexes to little townhouses, and I think there would be some great opportunities for redevelopment. The Graham Wine Bar is always handy as well to catch a drink on the weekends.

Overall, I highly recommend this wonderful street in Port Melbourne!
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"Money and more required...but very nice"

Big apartment blocks line Johnston Street in Port Melbourne, but this is not a bad thing, as all the apartment blocks look beautiful. On Street Parking is big plus, and not much of a thoroughfare for cars. Good upper class people generally live in this street with million dollar + apartments on both sides. If you are lucky, beach views are available in some of the higher up ones. It's a very quiet street that has great access to Bay St and even better access to the beach. A perfect location for most if you can afford it.

PS. I think there is some development work going on next to one of the apartment blocks, so beware in the next 12-24 months, there might be a construction zone next door :)
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"One of the best in Port Melbourne"

Beautiful Street in Port Melbourne that connects Bay Street to Pickles Street. On the Pickles Street end is a really nice apartment complex, and it is also home to the HM@S apartment building complex.

Rouse St is a little bit of a thoroughfare, but not too much of an issue as it quite wide. On street parking is mostly available, and being so close to the beach and all the fantastic amenities on Bay Street makes Rouse a hard street to go wrong in.

On the whole, Rouse St continues to be one of the most desired streets in all of Port Melbourne.
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"Great Location but a bit noisy"

Pickles Street in Port Melbourne is one of the main streets in the suburb. It connects the northern end of Bay Street (the Crockford St end) to the beautiful Beaconsfield Parade, and separates Port Melbourne from Albert Park. It terms of location, obviously most streets in port melbourne rate through the roof being so close to the beach and so close to the city.

Pickles Street is however is a very big thoroughfare for traffic as it is a faster alternative to driving down Bay Street. This makes noise levels in the street quite high, and you always get motorcycles hooning down the street.

Some nice trees and greenery line the street, and there some very stylish apartment complexes on the corner of Rouse St. Some smaller townhouses could use some redevelopment in certain parts, and would probably make a great investment as a fixer-upper.

Finally the nightlife in the immediate area is fantastic, with all the major bars and clubs are within walking distance such as The Pier Hotel, The London Hotel, Ocean Blue Nightclub and Bar and the all the pubs on Bay Street are so close.

Overall, great location but a bit noisy.
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"Great Location but a noisy"

Pickles Street in Port Melbourne is one of the main streets in the suburb. It connects the northern end of Bay Street (the Crockford St end) to the beautiful Beaconsfield Parade, and separates Port Melbourne from Albert Park. It terms of location, obviously most streets in port melbourne rate through the roof being so close to the beach and so close to the city.

Pickles Street is however is a very big thoroughfare for traffic as it is a faster alternative to driving down Bay Street. This makes noise levels in the street quite high, and you always get motorcycles hooning down the street.

Some nice trees and greenery line the street, and there some very stylish apartment complexes on the corner of Rouse St. Some smaller townhouses could use some redevelopment in certain parts, and would probably make a great investment as a fixer-upper.

Finally the nightlife in the immediate area is fantastic, with all the major bars and clubs are within walking distance such as The Pier Hotel, The London Hotel, Ocean Blue Nightclub and Bar and the all the pubs on Bay Street are so close.

Overall, great location but a bit noisy.
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