Living in Brighton can be a very relaxing pursuit. Start your day cycling or walking by the beach before brunching at one of the many excellent cafes, such as Brighton Schoolhouse, or maybe having a hit of golf at the public golf course. Church Street features boutique shopping, the Dendy Cinemas, a good supermarket and all the expected amenities, while Bay Street offers a more compact version, including the Brighton Bay Cinema.
Brighton is also home to some excellent private schools and sports clubs, and is well serviced by trains, buses and a tram to East Brighton.
Brighton is home to some of Melbourne’s most enviable homes – enormous, immaculate Victorian houses with windows glowing gold, and modernist mansions with pools and tennis courts that make entertaining a breezy dream.
You’ll also find some lovely Edwardian homes and other period houses, as well as new, modern town houses, glitzy apartments and striking architecture along the beach.
Brighton is a pretty and prestigious suburb by the beach, located a nifty 11kms from the city. It has excellent private schools, gorgeous cafes and is easily accessed by a range of public transport options. Homes are grand, be they period or modern, and the whole suburb has a relaxed, luxurious bayside vibe. *Source REA