The best homes for sale in Victoria right now

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Key points

  • A family home in Malvern East offers plenty of room for entertaining. 
  • A charming Federation home in Brighton includes a modern extension.
  • A Blairgowrie coastal home comes with zen vibes.

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Looking for your next home in Victoria? We’ve got you covered.

27 Melibee Street, Blairgowrie

Tune into the Zen vibes of this super-stylish beach retreat, designed by NTF Architecture. The central living zone features polished concrete floors, a sleek kitchen with an induction range cooker, a 4.7-metre island bench and a dreamy wood-burning fireplace. A flexible covered al fresco area/carport overlooks the pool. “It has easy access to ocean trails and the village,” the agent says.

4/2D Dendy Street Brighton

Taking cues from its beachside location, this penthouse breaks the mould with warm interiors, natural materials and impeccable design by Jackson Clements Burrows. Impress guests on the private rooftop with a kitchen and knockout bay views. Bonuses include a study, lift, cloakroom and butler’s pantry. It’s steps from the beach and the soon-to-be finished Dendy Street life-saving pavilion.

27 Ferncroft Avenue, Malvern East

Here’s a great family house to grow into with space for everyone. Entertain in the formal dining or lounge, the sunny family room or the terrace with outdoor fireplace. Teens will like the pool and upstairs retreats. Darling train station and shops are close by. “It’s within walking distance of Hedgeley Dene Gardens,” the agent says.

15 Cairnes Crescent, Brighton

Charming Federation features contrast with a thoroughly modern extension in this well-located house. The formal rooms retain a timeless elegance while the state-of-the-art kitchen links to a north-facing family room. A covered deck and fireplace are weatherproof. The resort-style pool and spa are relaxing additions on this large block, which is within walking distance of the beach.

34B Beech Street, Caulfield South

This new townhouse’s high-end design by architect Ethan Steen sets a new standard for the area that others will follow, says its selling agent. “It’s sophisticated, classic contemporary, with consistency right through,” he says. Stuv, Miele and Bertazzoni accessorise a living zone that spills to a crazy-paved terrace. Its next-level build is matched by a cul-de-sac position facing Princes Park sports fields and community hub.

27 Lucerne Crescent, Alphington

On a tranquil riverside corner site about 15 minutes’ drive from the CBD, the latest rebuild of this 1960s property celebrates understated modern elegance. “It has a good Alphington feel in an established native garden,” the agent says. A deck separates the living zone and bedroom wing on a U-shaped floor plan, while a treetop pod above the carport houses the main bedroom and study.

16 Budd Street, Brighton

At every turn, this gorgeous Victorian-era weatherboard house shows individuality and innovation marking it as a designer’s own home. Peronel Kennedy’s labour of love – in a heritage-rich street – has a moody kitchen, a shady deck integrated with the living zone, ebony-stained floorboards and playfully designed stairs to a skylit attic. “It’s an uber-cool oasis – warm, sophisticated and great single-level living,” the agent says.

401/15 Collins Street, Melbourne

This two-bedder is a lovely haven at the genteel Paris end of Collins Street, with boutique shopping and dining, transport, notable heritage architecture, our finest theatres and verdant city gardens on its doorstep. On the fourth floor of a 1970s high rise, it was stylishly renovated in 2017. “The north-facing balcony with bifold doors is an extension of the living area,” the agent says.

4/1075 Malvern Road, Toorak

“The most important brief I get for apartment living is natural light, and this one gets light from three directions, including a north-facing balcony,” says the agent for this one-owner, first-floor pad at The Olmsted, a boutique block of five. The design by Christopher Doyle Architects displays refined contemporary living spaces within a handsome French provincial-inspired exterior.

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