Adjacent to Toorak and Malvern, this boutique suburb, seven kilometres southeast from the city, has been regarded as a suburb of affluence, elegance and a sense of entitlement. The presence of the grand Victorian and Edwardian homes, built for merchants and gold prospectors, has marked the area's wealth and good fortune. Some sparkling new apartment constructions have introduced new modern elements to the area, yet the tree-lined boulevards and streets are still dominant. High Street is the main shopping strip in the area and is the much-loved area with a mix of trades and stores like antique, furniture wedding gown, as well as lifestyle-oriented bakeries, cafes, restaurants, grocers and fashion boutique.
Without any doubt, High Street is such a well-serviced and much-loved leisure and shopping centre for both long-time locals and new young generations. With its prestigious location, High Street is no further than a short stroll to your door front. In High Street, you may find an undulating row of fashion boutiques, antique dealers' places and eateries, including the very time-honoring Phillipa's Bakery. The very gorgeous Kings Arcade will bring you back to the old days and lead you to the hidden enclave of bakery and cafes and a colourful world of Mexican homewares.
Being in lush and leafy Armadale does not mean being faraway. Armadale is a highly prestigious and well-established inner suburb. To move around, you may catch a train from Armadale Station or hop on a tram on the main streets in the area, such as #6 on High Street, # 5 on Malvern Road, #64 on Dandenong Road and #16 on Glenferrie Road.
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Set in one of the city's most sought after locations, known for both culture and couture, this development offers a life of sheer urban sophistication. Intelligent in design and beautiful in construction, Chronicle is here to offer its residents the dream home in MelbouRead More