- Clean & green
- Eating out
- Gym and fitness
- Medical facilities
Not great for
Who lives here?
- Families With Kids
Reviews of William Street, Hawthorn
"Walk across the road to the beautiful Central Gardens"
As an Investment:
As a property buyers agent at Capital Property Advisory specialising in property investing for large portfolio holders, we have seen immense growth and recommend certain style properties in carefully selected streets to astute investors. Hawthorn is a well known affluent suburb which always outperforms the averages.
As an Owner Occupier:
Hawthorn is a stunning leafy suburb and is full of character and action. Hawthorn located 6km east from Melbourne's central business district and is home to some of Melbourne’s most prestigious residential addresses.
Hawthorn is always bustling with many residents enjoying the high standard cafe and restaurant lifestyle. The highly used shopping strips are Glenferrie and Riversdale Roads which offer many specialty stores and Williams Street is walking distance to the shopping action, central park and transport facilities.
Hawthorn is also home to a number of private schools such as Erasmus School of Primary Education, St. Josephs Primary School and Scotch College, the latter being one of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the country.
The area gives good geographical access to private schools in Camberwell, Malvern, Hawthorn East, including Alia College and Bialik College, as well as those in Kew, such as Xavier College, Carey Baptist Grammar School, Methodist Ladies' College, Ruyton Girls' School, Genazzano FCJ College and Trinity Grammar School. Just west of Hawthorn (in Richmond) is the Melbourne Girls' College.
I would rate Hawthorn in the top 10 places to live in Melbourne of all people looking for an affluent exciting lifestyle.
Who lives here?
- Families with kids