Real Estate Agents Caulfield – North, South & East – Caulfield Suburb Profile


Medium House Price Caulfield:  $1,833,000

Medium House Rent Caulfield:   $695per week

Medium Unit Price Caulfield:      $727,500

Medium Unit Rent Caulfield::      $450per week

The lifestyles and people of Caulfield:

  • Older Couples & Families 16.5%
  • Independent Youth 15.2%
  • Maturing & Established Independence 14.1%
  • Established Couples & Families 12.5%
  • Maturing Couples & Families 11.8%
  • Older Independence 10.6%
  • Elderly Singles 8.9%
  • Elderly Couples 7.1%
  • Elderly Families 1.8%
  • Young Families 1.6%


Medium House Price Caulfield North:     $2,246,000

Medium House Rent Caulfield North:     $651per week

Medium Unit Price Caulfield North:         $570,000

Medium Unit Rent Caulfield North:          $430per week

The lifestyles and people of Caulfield North:

  • Independent Youth 18.5%
  • Older Couples & Families 17%
  • Maturing & Established Independence 14.5%
  • Established Couples & Families 11.5%
  • Older Independence 11.4%
  • Maturing Couples & Families 10.4%
  • Elderly Singles 8.3%
  • Elderly Couples 4.7%
  • Young Families 2.7%
  • Elderly Families 1.2%


Medium House Price Caulfield South: $1,635,000

Medium House Rent Caulfield South: $599per week

Medium Unit Price Caulfield South: $655,000

Medium Unit Rent Caulfield South: $470per week

The lifestyles and people of Caulfield South:

  • Older Couples & Families 19.8%
  • Established Couples & Families 15.5%
  • Maturing Couples & Families 12.8%
  • Maturing & Established Independence 12.6%
  • Independent Youth 11.7%
  • Older Independence 9.5%
  • Elderly Singles 8.5%
  • Elderly Couples 6.1%
  • Young Families 1.9%
  • Elderly Families 1.7%

Caulfield, just south-east of the city, is a large, leafy, residential hub, home to Monash University, Caulfield Racecourse, Caulfield Park and corner cafe pockets.

Caulfield, roughly 11kms south-east of the CBD, is an enormous suburb, often broken down into North Caulfield, South Caulfield and so on. It’s close to the action of East St Kilda’s Carlisle Street and Elsternwick’s Glen Huntly Road, and dotted with small clusters of neighbourhood shops, keeping the vibe quiet and laidback. Caulfield is largely a homey, family-oriented residential area with a significant Jewish community adding a distinctive culture to the area. It’s also home to a lot of independent spirits who like the roomier houses and quiet streets that still feel quite close to the action. The Caulfield lifestyle is largely residential; there’s no ‘downtown’ per se – instead you’ll find clusters of cafes and small grocers here and there, plus a major supermarket at Caulfield Plaza – but it’s two minutes to Malvern, Elsternwick and Balaclava, so you’re spoilt for access to great restaurants and shopping in every direction. Monash University’s Caulfield campus draws a big student crowd, Caulfield Park draws lawn bowlers, boot campers and social walkers, and the famous Caulfield Racecourse draws major racing action and the odd expo. There are many schools, both public and private, in the area and it’s incredibly well-serviced for public transport, with buses, four tram routes and the handsome, four-platform Caulfield Station.

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