My place is an awesomely located, quirky, cozy, secure & light filled top floor walk-up apartment superbly located at tram stop number 35 on the 5 & 64 tram-line with Chapel Street, Carlisle Street & Windsor Train Station close by. These popular hangouts as well as St Kilda Beach & the CBD are easily accessed by foot or public transport with tram & bus services at the front door. EACH ROOM has a great view of the surroundings in this lively, eclectic community from it s perched position.
This quirky Art Deco apartment is in Heritage Landmark Building which is superbly located near the Windsor end of Chapel Street with Carlisle Street an easy tram ride away. It s on the top floor. This 3 bedroom walk-up has an amazing and unique perspective of it s surroundings from it s perched position. Light fills every room with one bedroom purple door in the front and the remaining two bedrooms green door & blue door located down the stairs with the bathroom in between. Each bedroom door has it s own lock for privacy and extra security if needed.
St Kilda East is a fantastic little pocket of parks, cafe s, train stations, art deco apartments, houses and town residences full of artistic and professional types. St Kilda East sits between the Nepean Highway and Orrong Road and is bordered by Dandenong Road to the north and Glen Eira Road to the south. East St Kilda is bordered by St Kilda, Windsor, Prahran, Armadale, Caulfield, North Caulfield, Ripponlea and the precinct also known as Balaclava next to Elsternwick. The best coffee in Melbourne can be found on Carlisle Street along with a great variety of dining options. It is impossible to get bored in St Kilda East. There are beautiful parks, playgrounds, quirky shops and the beach is a twenty minute walk. It s a family friendly neighbourhood, although at night there is a more colourful side of life that emerges. All walks of life live in harmony in St Kilda East. I love that it s quiet but full of opportunity and creative people with positive energy. It s very friendly and very eclectic. Oh, did I mention the best coffee in town is in St Kilda East?