Gary Peer & Associates Highett

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Located 16 km southeast of the CBD, Highett is a lovely suburban area that is rapidly growing and developing; there are renovations, new homes and units being established. Being in the Bayside Area, Highett is the perfect suburb for a free and easy lifestyle. The population consists of mainly established couples and families (16.7%) and older couples and families (14.4%). The median age of residents is 39. The main occupation of residents is professional (28.5%).

Highett's most substantial residential growth began in the 1950s. Industry was attracted to the area, including a large CSIRO research facility. The suburb is undergoing substantial change and rejuvenation with a high number of residential properties being renovated or redeveloped due to the suburb's proximity to Melbourne City and Port Phillip Bay, which has attracted a large number of younger families and professionals. In 2011 construction of a substantial new shopping centre and apartment complex began on Highett road, using land once owned by the CSIRO. It is a suburban area underscored by a homely feel, with friendly neighborhoods and strong community values. Being in close proximity to the beach as well as wonderful recreational reserves allows for a leisurely and relaxed lifestyle.

House Styles: Highett contains a diverse mix of housing, including modern and old-style townhouses and family homes, and newly developed apartments.

Best known for: The rapid development of the area from a quiet neighborhood into a thriving homely, leisurely area.

Nearby Shopping Centres/Strips: Highett Shopping Strip, Southland Shopping Centre, Westfield Shopping Town, South Road Plaza
Popular Cafés/Restaurants: Fat Bob’s Bar & Grill, The Diplomat, Marko’s Schnitzel, Blue Dish, Burger Boss, The Little Elephant, DakDak Café, Monkey Can Fly, Public Grind
Train Stations: Highett Station, Moorabbin Station, Cheltenham Station
Parks: Lyle Anderson Reserve, Sandringham Indoor Sports Centre, Dane Road Reserve, Sir William Fry Reserve, Turner Road Reserve, Highett Reserve.
Schools: Moorabbin Primary School, St Agnes Primary School, Berendale School, Sandringham College, Southmoor Primary School

Surrounding Suburbs: Hampton, Sandringham, Moorabbin, Cheltenham

Median House Price: $870,000
Median Unit Price: $582,000
Population: 10,263
Local Government: City of Kensington