St Kilda is the historic seaside resort of Melbourne. Recently it has been re-born as a cluster of cosmpolitan villages, focused around good food, fun, and a great lifestyle. From the clatter and glitter of Fitzroy Street to the frenetic buzz of Acland Street, St Kilda has aunique style. In its quiet, leafy corners, it has a subdued charm for living.
All close to one of Australia’s most famous urban beaches. St Kilda was established early in the 19th Century. It retains a wealth of character and architectural styles. There are outstanding Victorian mansions, villa and superb inter-war buildings. The Art Deco style is reflected in many fine houses and apartment blocks.
And from recent times, among the many historic homes and streetscapes, are exceptional examples of significant contemporary architecture. All of it welded into a community that is alive and vibrant.
In recent years, the old run-down houses and apartment buildings have undergone a transformation. With its close proximity to the city and popular beach, St Kilda is a great residential area.