How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board
How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

Melbourne now has its limited edition Monopoly board, but locals can secure some of the addresses in their own right.

We looked up realestateview.com.au to see what it costs to call some of the landmark localities home.

The most sought after obvious opportunities will be within Eureka tower, under the skydeck, which features as a light blue property on the board.

A level 77, three bedroom, two bathroom apartment in the Eureka Tower was sold in October for just under $2 million. 

Robert Mitchelson of Icon Property was the selling agent of 7701/7 Riverside Quay.

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

A two bedroom, two bathroom property is listed on the market by Lillian Law and Melissa Teo from MICM Real Estate at $1.15 million. 

The apartment is at 5805/7 Riverside Quay.

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

An apartment on the brown square Hardware Lane has too recently been sold.

It is a low density warehouse style in a Neometro designed block located above the strip's vibrant cafes and restaurants.

The two bedroom property at 5/117 Hardware Lane (below) was sold for $645,000 by Galldon Real Estate in August. 

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

The Bianca complex apartment was last traded in 2010 for $540,000. It was Neometro's first city apartment complex development in 2001.

If you want escape Melbourne for the beaches, Bells Beach secured a square on the yellow section of the board.

There has just been a recent sale in Bells Beach, a two bedroom, two bathroom beach house has just been sold for an undisclosed price.

The beach house at 110 Jarosite Road (below) was sold by Lisa Wiggins of Great Ocean Road Real Estate.

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

There are however two properties still available in the sought after Bells Beach surfing location.

A four bedroom, two bathroom at 90 Bones Road (below) has been listed by Tim Carson and John McMahon who have $1.6 million plus hopes.

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

A three bedroom, two bathroom property is also available down the road at 95 Bones Road (below).

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

Glenn Hardman of Barry Plant Real Estate has listed the property and hopes for over $1.2 million.

If you're lucky enough to own a property in Brighton (not on the board!) then you are within your rights to buy a bathing box on the beach. 

Box number 6 Denby Beach (below) sold for a record $246,000 at auction in March this year, and there hasn't been any offered since.

How to buy for real on the Melbourne Monopoly property board

The selling agent John Clarkson of hockingstuart had hopes of $150,000 and said "it was a stunning result."

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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