Rental accommodation and apartments for sale in Brunswick are highly sought after.
So what makes Brunswick such a popular place to live and/or own an investment property?
Let’s take a look at some of the many benefits of apartment living in Brunswick.
Brunswick has always been a place that has attracted Melbournians looking to live out their dreams.
It began as a suburb with strong ties to the gold rush era. Brunswick is steeped in a history of Australians, new and old, trying their luck.
It is an undercurrent that has enlivened the area since the 1800’s and is definitely alive in the streets of Brunswick of today.
An easy 5kms to the city centre, Brunswick is a popular choice for Melbourne residents. Indeed over 22,000 Melbourne renters and home owners love calling Brunswick their home.
Apartments for sale in Brunswick are quickly snapped up. Tram, bus and train operate on a regular basis via Brunswick to the city and suburbs. It boats a university campus and thriving cafe and culture scene. Brunswick is popular both with residents who love city living and savvy investors looking for a high rental return.
Retail is strong in Brunswick with a mix of high end fashion houses and quirky scenes rubbing shoulders on the high street.
If you’re looking for a memorable gift or a stand out outfit, Sydney Road Brunswick is for you. Favourites include the Hollywood pin-up inspired fashions of Vicious Venus and recycled fashion of Dorothy and Evelyn. The famed designer clothing and jewellery co-op of Olive Grove Studios is incredibly popular. And the on-trend collections at the Tiny Dancer are also sure to delight.
Brunswick is also a home for many art galleries and direct-to-consumer design salons. Here artists, makers, artisans and craftspeople ply their trade and hang their works. From jewellery to exquisite art, from bicycle builders to creative classes at maker studios, Brunswick has a thriving creative scene that continues to reinvent itself.
From glorious hole-in-the-wall bars through to live music staples, Brunswick has it all. You can spend almost any night of the week without a plan and still find something to entrance and entertain.
Craft ales, low light and a welcoming courtyard make Mr Wilkinson’s an after work favourite. Tequila, tacos and tasty Mexican inspired good times make Mi Corazon a delightful mix of spicy culture against a relaxed backdrop. The open fire and leafy courtyard of the Alderman make it a perfect year-round choice for wine lovers, day and night.
For toe-tapping good times and entertainment, Brunswick is the place to be. Nothing beats 7 days of live music at the Cornish Arms or the Retreat Hotel’s commitment to not only have live music, but have it flourish. You can take tunes in the history and intrigue of the area in the oldest pub in Brunswick with the Edinburgh Castle. Or soak in art deco surrounds and music, burgers and beer at the Spotted Mallard.
If theatre, cult cinema, different musical events and that little bit something extra is what you seek, The Howler is the place for you. It’s a seamless marriage of performance, music and imagination. Featuring a bespoke theatre and contemporary garden bar nestled within a warehouse, The Howler is a popular place to share with visiting friends and locals alike.
Whatever your taste, you’ll find entertainment to delight and enthral in Brunswick.
Bordered by the famous Italian eatery street of Lygon Street in the East and with a strong history of Italian, Greek and Arabic culture, the food in Brunswick is as delicious as it is diverse.
Eating vegan, gluten free, organic and for other dietary requirements is simple in Brunswick.
Brunswick is the place to find Melbourne’s top cheap eats side by side with award winning finery. You can dig into the Greek roots of Melbourne at the Hellenic Club or delight your vegetarian and vegan tastebuds at Little River. Enjoy the delicious delights and party atmosphere of the ever popular Mess Hall. And see if you agree with the local’s claims that Stonemill 347 is the finest Italian restaurant in all of Melbourne.
One of the biggest selling points for Brunswick is the community vibe. It’s a pro-bicycle culture and is welcoming of many different backgrounds. It is also rich in community gardens and community events. Rentals and apartments for sale in Brunswick don’t last long for this very reason.
It’s an inclusive community that marries culture, caring and a little quirk. The close proximity to the city and oodles of public transport means you can easily ditch the car and ride or walk to work.
And it’s a place with an ever-evolving face. Brunswick is a place of dreamy small bars, retail revivals and entertainment on every corner.
Apartment living in Brunswick is the convenience of modern living with culture, community and creativity thriving at your front door.
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