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Caulfield
Caulfield 
This suburb is definitely family territory. It has bigger houses, shady streets, quiet neighbours and is popular with Hassidic Jews. 

Caulfield, Melbourne (south east)

Caulfield is not a place you could have a house party, drink all night, do stupid things and then throw up in the street gutter. This place appeals to families with a bit of moola in the bank, who like living in a pretty but almost anonymous suburb where nothing much happens and where quiet and privacy are cherished. It's a magnet for Hassidic Jewish families, and has some students. There are three parts to Caulfield: North Caulfield, Caulfield, and South Caulfield. (More info below and to your left <<<)

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Rent $$$:

prices are in the mid to higher range


The Little Hungarian Restaurant - 708 Glenhuntly Rd. Ph: (03) 9523 6032

Location:

Parks, Near Monash Uni


Victorian and Edwardian houses

Would Suit:

Professionals, Families, Executives


Not a problem

Vibe:

families, churches/synagogue, families


If this suburb were a shoe, it would be a Colorado

North Caulfield is rich territory and has some outstanding examples of Victorian Mansions. The homes here are grand, impressive and the streets are wide with plenty of established trees. This suburb also has Australia's largest concentration of members of the Jewish community.

Caulfield is slightly down market from North Caulfield. The houses are smaller and the streets are narrower but property prices here are on the high side too.

And then there's South Caulfield, a bastion of mainstream middle class folk, young families and students. Here the houses are smaller still, the blocks of land are smaller too and by all accounts, it's cheaper to buy into. But not by very much.

There is no large central shopping point in Caulfield. Instead residents either shop in Balaclava or Elsternwick.

Parking: good. Vibe: families, families, bagels and families. Shoe equivalent: Colorado and black family-esque shoes. Would suit: families. Location: parks. Distance from city centre: 12km (North Caulfield  - 9km, South Caulfield - 14km). Direction: south east. Post code: 3162. North Caulfield postcode: 3161


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