Most Livable and Affordable Suburbs in Melbourne

Want to know which Melbourne suburbs are ranked most affordable and livable?

 

These suburbs were ranked by People’s Choice based on factors such as:

  • a median house price  below an average couple’s after-tax combined income of  $2,312 per week – roughly $750,000;
  • low crime rates and low unemployment;
  • accessibility to CBD;
  • public transport coverage;
  • drive-ability;
  • number of schools;
  • and economic prospects.

 

MELBOURNE’S NORTH

Suburb Median House Price Ranking
Watsonia North $700,000 #1
Yallambie $700,000 #2
Gowanbrae $703,500 #3
Wattle Glen $702,500 #4
Kalkallo $510,000 #7

 

 

 

 

 

Next up: Dallas, Lalor, Diamond Creek, Meadow Heights, Gladstone Park

 

 

MELBOURNE’S WEST

Suburb Median House Price Ranking
Burnside $590,000 #5
Burnside Heights $569,500 #8
Delahey $522,500 #9
Seabrook $622,500 #11
Altona Meadows $617,500 #15

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next up: Caroline Springs, Taylors Hill, Albanvale, Sydenham, Kings Park

 

 

MELBOURNE’S EAST

Suburb Median House Price Ranking
Mt Dandenong $602,500 #7
Croydon South $672,500 #14
Kilsyth South $737,000 #17
Monbulk $575,000 #24
Tecoma $670,000 #27

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next up: Upwey, Montrose, Ringwood East, Mooroolbark, Endeavour Hills

 

 

MELBOURNE’S SOUTHEAST

Suburb Median House Price Ranking
Noble Park North $615,000 #10
Dingley Village $750,000 #12
Chelsea Heights $748,600 #16
Springvale South $645,000 #32
Hampton Park $500,000 #46

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next up: Dandenong North, Narre Warren South, Clayton South, Chelsea, Langwarrin

 

 

See article referenced here.

 

 

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