Glen Iris Real Estate Agents Shelter Real Estate are locals who know and love the area. Glen Iris is a rare gem hidden in Melbourne’s inner east that has managed to hold the old-time allure of a tightly-knit community whilst enticing newcomers to establish there own trendy take on it’s quaint lifestyle. Fast becoming a growing mecca for diverse and dynamic living, Glen Iris is the perfect mix of peaceful suburban sanctuary and easy access to the bustle of Melbourne’s vibrant city. Beautiful houses in an enchanting array of historic styles combined with cutting edge developments decorate quiet tree-lined streets forming an ideal environment for family exploration, professional convenience and quiet contentment. Cozy and creative cafes, charming boutiques and upscale restaurants & bars on the commercial pathways of High Street and Bourke Road perfectly compliment the natural streetscapes and picture perfect parklands dotted amongst kid-filled backyards and boutique developments.
A laid back, family friendly vibe. Inspired to get out an about enjoying pristine walking and bike trails or explore the uprising of trendy cafes and boutiques.
You’re only 10km for Melbourne’s CBD.
Excellent transit – Spoilt for choice Glen Iris is served by four local train stations Glen Iris, Gardiners, Alamein and Burwood, with each line taking approximately 25 minutes to the City center. The Number 5,6, 72 & 75 trams along with multiple Melbourne bus routes and easy access to the M1 Freeway make commuting a breeze.
Great Schools – Local or independent the options are abundant and impressive including Glen Iris Primary School, St Cecilia’s Primary School, Camberwell South Primary School, St Roch’s Catholic Primary School, Sacré Cœur School, Korowa Anglican Girls’ School and Caulfield Grammar School Malvern campus.
- Gardiners Creek
- Back Creek
- Harold Holt Swim Center
- Hill ‘n’ Dale BMX Park
- Hartwell Sports Ground
- Ferndale Park
- T.H. King Oval
- Burwood Bowls Club
- Leo’s Fine Food Supermarket
- The Pantry
- Mr Foxx
POPULATION 16,537 (2018)
BOUNDARIES Bounded by a line that runs east-west to the south of Toorak Road in the north, Warrigal Road in the east, a line that runs parallel to the north of Baker Street, the Alamein railway line, the Ferndale Trail, a line that runs north-south to the east of Summerhill Road, High Street, a line that runs parallel to the west of Munro Avenue, a line that runs east-west to the south of Dent Street and Dunlop Street in the south, and Gardiners Creek, the Monash Freeway and the Yarra River in the west.
MUNICIPALITIES City of Stonnington; City of Boroondara