Carnegie Real Estate Agents
Thomson Real Estate Agents Carnegie
Our team of highly experienced real estate agents have extensive knowledge of the Carnegie suburb of Melbourne. To view Carnegie Real Estate currently listed with Thomson, simply use the real estate search function of this website, or contact our local Carnegie Real Estate office to inspect any houses which may be of interest to you.
Carnegie has a historic significance dating back to the early years when the suburb was originally called Rosstown after developer William Murray Ross. The original name lives on in the name of the local hotel, and Rosstown Road. Leila Road is named after Mr Ross's wife, and Grange Road is named after Ross's estate, The Grange, which has since been subdivided and is now suburban housing estates. Carnegie has a diverse cultural cross-section, with many permanent settlers from across the globe, and transient international students studying at the nearby Monash University (Caulfield campus). Its commercial centres are located along Koornang Road which features a myriad of multi-cultural restaurants and grocers offering Malaysian, Korean, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, Italian, Greek and Russian foods, as well as the historic Rosstown Hotel. Dandenong road is now increasingly becoming a focus of Carnegie's development featuring a homemakers hub with numerous showrooms and homemaker stores including Officeworks.
Surrounding Suburbs: Bentleigh East, Caulfield East, Malvern East, Ormond
September 2016 Q Median Prices:
Median House Price: $1,400,000
Quarterly Change: 7.7%
Median Unit Price: $497,000
Quarterly Change: -15.8%