As one of Melbourne’s most dynamic and vibrant suburbs, Carlton is a famous dining and cultural hub, and is often referred to as Melbourne’s Little Italy. The latest median property prices reveal to buy a house on average in Carlton you would spend $955,000 or to rent a home $595pw. To buy a unit the median price is $339,650 and to rent it would be around $430 pw. Popular among locals and tourists alike, bustling Lygon Street is home to some of Melbourne’s best Italian restaurants. Princes Park and the beautiful Carlton Gardens are within walking distance, as are the contemporary Melbourne Museum and historical Royal Exhibition Building. This diverse suburb provides the perfect lifestyle balance for locals.
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