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Median House Price Malvern: $2,938,500

Median House Rent Malvern: $1000 per week

Median Unit Price Malvern: $702,000

Median Unit Rent Malvern: $500 per week

The lifestyles and people of Malvern:

  • Male 46.6%
  • Female 53.4%
  • 20-24years 6.0%
  • 30-34 years 5.9%
  • 50-54 years 6.8%
  • 80-84 years 3.9%
  • Married 48.8 %
  • Never Married 36.1%
  • Bachelor Degree level and above 53.1%
  • Worked Full time 59.0%
  • Worked Part time 31.9 %
  • Unemployed 3.8%
  • Family Households 64.7%
  • Single (or lone) person households 31.7 %
  • Group households 3.6%
  • Method of travel : Car 32.2%
  • Couple family without children 42.1 %
  • Couple family with children 44.4%

Looking to escape the metro centre life, or just find a solid family home in a proven suburb? It might be worth turning your eyes to Malvern, to the south-east of the busy CBD. Why should you move to Malvern? Let us introduce you to one of Victoria’s most historical suburbs.

Your family’s future amidst a storied history

Malvern is an old place. Home to major historical landmarks such as Stonington Mansion, the suburb has a well-established community that has fostered generations of Victorians. Perfect for young families and retirees alike, buying real estate in Malvern means you’ll be purchasing a slice of real Australian history, as well as a family home built to last.

However, the suburb is not merely steeped in stories, but also looks to the future. Malvern Primary School ranks among the top schools in the country, earning an overall score of 97 out of 100 from Better Education, making it perfect for young families. De La Salle College offers a private Catholic school experience, while a whole host of other schools in nearby suburbs offers a range of choice for those in Malvern.

A clutch of amenities

For those who enjoy local boutique shopping, Malvern presents the opportunity for proximity to the famous Glenferrie Road Shopping Centre, offering a wide variety of food, fashion and entertainment right on your doorstep. Local entrepeneurs can also find a place ready and waiting for them to open their own retail stores on the strip, enabling a place not only for consumers, but for businesses too.

If you prefer to do your work in the city centre, then Malvern Railway Station offers a route to metro Melbourne in a Heritage Listed building. Fancy travelling elsewhere? The station is also serviced by the Cranbourne, Frankston and Pakenham lines, presenting a route to a number of different parts of the city, all in one place.

Clearly, Malvern would be an excellent choice of suburb for anyone from young families to professionals to retirees. Steeped in history and geared for the future, this gorgeous suburb offers a great deal for anyone looking for a solid community, nearby amenities and easy travel to the city.

Buying Malvern real estate

If you are interested in getting your own slice of the Malvern life, take the time to talk to Ray White Carnegie today. With local knowledge and real estate experts on hand, you can be sure we’ll find the right spot in Malvern for you.

*Data source and Census Data (2021)