Thirteen of our favourite houses for sale across Victoria right now

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Looking for your next home? We’ve got you covered with some of our favourites for sale right now.

222 Park Street, Fitzroy North 

This corner property’s self-contained, freestanding studio with ROW access beats the granny-flat rush. “Some people [inspecting] have an older relative with them, but options include WFH, teen retreat, an extra living room or for rental,” agent Peter Stephens of Nelson Alexander says.

The period house on 430 square metres, opposite the Capital City Trail, has a sunny courtyard, a shady native garden and an open-plan extension.

17/3 Seisman Place, Port Melbourne

“It’s very much a lifestyle property,” agent Jon Kett of Chisholm & Gamon says of this second-floor Park Apartments pad. It’s in a prime spot between Lagoon Reserve and Gasworks Arts Park (a farmers’ market venue) and near the beach, Bay Street shops, light rail and Albert Park village.

The stylish complex, popular with owner-occupiers, has two pools, a gym and neat gardens. The owners’ corporation fee is $5000 a year.

1 Harrison Place, Fitzroy

Opportunity knocks at this c1882 former warehouse for a buyer to ponder home, office and rental possibilities in its mixed-use zone.

“We’ve had an eclectic mix of buyer inquiry as there’s potential to live in or for a business, or both,” Roland Paterson of Nelson Alexander says. The two-level brick property comes with timber trusses, a modern kitchen and the use of a courtyard (not on title).

29 Ferndale Road, Glen Iris

The customised fitout of this Californian bungalow’s renovation five years ago gives it personality, texture and a richness of colour, agent Mark Pezzin of Jellis Craig says.

“It’s been extended into the north-facing garden and impeccably styled and renovated top to bottom,” he says. The floor plan balances living, bedroom and garden spaces. Its corner position and elevation give it a view across to Ferndale Park.

36 Brooke Street, Albert Park

Open-plan ground-floor living and courtyard, with two upstairs bedrooms sharing a bathroom, is “all you need” in this prized neighbourhood that’s spoiled for parkland, transport and recreational amenities, agent Adrian Wood of Kay & Burton says.

The early Victorian cottage just off Albert Park village is an easy lock-up-and-leave on a postage-stamp block, or with solid rental of up to $800 a week.

2/625 Toorak Road, Toorak

This quintessentially art deco flat sits within the clinker-brick walls of gracious Redholm. “It has original cornices, floors and timber doors, a coat closet in the entry hall and separate living and dining,” agent Will Hocking or RT Edgar says.

We love the breakfast nook beside the kitchen and the built-in terrace immersed in a flourishing garden. Windows on three sides draw natural light inside.

14B Campbell Street, Brighton

Just 200 metres from the Bay Trail, this new three-level townhouse offers a plush lifestyle. The main living zone is stylish and airy with huge windows flanked by a lap pool and terrace.

The basement theatre room includes a bar, while a fourth bedroom could work as an office. “It has the latest in smart technology,” agent Ross Savas of Kay & Burton says.

18 Bower Street, Northcote

A drop-dead gorgeous renovation has transformed this Victorian into a contemporary, light-filled family home. Matt Gibson Architecture’s sharp design includes a stylish kitchen, a lounge with a fireplace, and black-framed windows.

Sliding doors on two sides connect to a sunny deck. The main suite’s courtyard is a winner, and a garden by Peachy Green includes soothing greenery and a pool.

804/250 St Kilda Road, Southbank

Feel on top of the world in this eighth-floor apartment in the Melburnian complex. The views of the Arts Centre spire and the CBD are mesmerising from the living space and north-facing balcony.

The main suite has a bath and there’s a study nook. Step out to the Kings Domain. Sweeteners include a shared gym and pool.

73 Roberts Street, Essendon

For the family that wants it all, this glamorous house by Steve Domoney fits the bill. Entertaining is a breeze with a sleek kitchen and bar in the spacious family room.

Outdoor attractions include an undercover patio (with a fireplace), two terraces, a striking pool and a Jack Merlo-designed garden. Two offices are attractive, as is the large, well-located block.

21 Glen Shian Crescent, Mount Eliza

Built for a Danish owner, this house is a design-lover’s delight. Curved features, bespoke joinery and vistas of beautiful Japanese-influenced garden spaces are the highlights.

A casual central living zone leads to a formal room with a showstopping balcony and bay views. Walk to the beach. “The garden is one of Mount Eliza’s best,” agent Vicki Sayers of RT Edgar says.

32 Boundary Road, Mount Macedon

Escape city life to this quiet bushland retreat. The one-year-old house has been cleverly designed on passive solar principles. Cathedral ceilings, large windows and natural materials set an inviting scene, and there are summer and winter decks for relaxing.

It’s less than an hour’s drive to the city. “It’s private, blending with the natural landscape,” agent Elona Jaeschke of TCC Real Estate says.

40 Beaulieu Road, Red Hill 

This upscale slice of paradise on 3.87 hectares offers every luxury. Highlights include a dreamy main suite with a bath cantilevered over gardens, an impressive family room with an AGA stove and pizza oven, decks from which to enjoy the landscaping, a pool and a tennis court.

A separate studio/office is the ultimate man-cave. “It is extremely secluded,” agent Andrew Hines of Kay & Burton says.

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