Only 12km outside of Melbourne’s CBD, Carnegie has grown in popularity for its location, convenience and vibrancy.
Home to professional singles and couples with children, Carnegie offers easy access to public transport, lots of parks and green spaces for families and a culturally diverse dining scene. Locals love the Koornang Road strip that offers a bourgeoning café scene – Greek, Italian, Thai and Korean can be found along with great shopping. Koornang Park has a swimming pool while Packer Park boasts a velodrome, bowls and wetlands.
It’s this seamless mix of natural beauty with urban conveniences that are attracting more and more people to Carnegie.
Carnegie has seen many developments recently, especially in apartments – like ‘William’ a five story unit project allowing owners to customise their spaces. The average price for three bedroom units in Carnegie is $910,000, while a three-bedroom home is currently at about $1.3 million. This classic 1920s home recently sold for $1.67 million.
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