A quiet suburban neighbourhood in Melbourne’s east, Mont Albert charms with its leafy streets, period homes, quaint village, and family-friendly vibe. It’s a lifestyle of ease and convenience in a diverse and friendly community.
Along Hamilton Street is a small village with a selection of shops and cafes. Mont Albert Railway Station has trains connecting commuters into Melbourne City within 30-minutes or for an alternate route; a tram line runs along Maroondah Highway. The area’s biggest appeal though is the period homes that line the leafy streets.
Beautiful abodes of all shapes and sizes, some cottages with picket fences, others are a grand display of federation homes. And with locals taking a lot of pride in their homes, the streetscape is a delight, especially when autumn and spring roll around with their colourful display of seasonal leaves. There are parks sprinkled throughout, and Surrey Park in neighbouring Box Hill is a sprawling complex of playing fields, playgrounds, walking trails and an indoor aquatic centre.
The area’s diversity shines through in Box Hill’s dining scene, which is the go-to for seriously good Asian food, plus a greater variety of shops. And with express trains into the city from Box Hill Railway Station, Mont Albert locals are always dropping by, knowing that they can retreat into the quiet streets of Mont Albert with ease.
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