You, too, can buy in Kew
One of Melbourne’s most prestigious suburbs, Kew is full of leafy streets and impressive homes mostly populated by wealthy, mature families.
However, the range of property types in Kew is wider and more affordable than one might think.
Wakelin's Jarrod McCabe explains what makes Kew accessible to anyone looking for a quieter, greener and generally more relaxed lifestyle.
He covers: Kew's location and desirability; the local architecture and green spaces (0:35); the thriving Kew Junction (1:00); Kew's restaurant and cafe scene (1:10); the suburb's appeal to families and the quality of local schools (1:35); public transport options (2:00); the property types available (2:25); and buying options for investors and first-home buyers (2:50).