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Hawthorn Median Price
House$2,438,200
Unit$650,800
The Unit price is 6% lower than last year.
Surrounding suburbs
Abbotsford$1,260,000
Burnley$1,508,100
Hawthorn East$2,326,600
Kew$2,484,000
Kooyong$2,853,300
Malvern$2,806,700
Richmond$1,470,500
Toorak$3,917,000
Hawthorn Median Rent
House$835
Unit$401
The Unit rent is 8% lower than last year.
Hawthorn property sold price
Hawthorn 3122 Profile
A51 Chrystobel Crescent, Hawthorn
Distance:6.4 km to CBD; 350 meters to Glenferrie Station [Transport]

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Planning History:
Registered as Victorian heritage
Individual Significance of Property
1. Amongst the early buildings at the Grace Park Estate, which set the garden suburb character of the built form, it vividly describes the well-to-do housing push which consolidated Hawthorn as a garden suburb in the 1880s boom.
2. Possibly the work of Architect John Beswicke.
3. Amongst the best examples of single storey picturesque Italianate villas in Hawthorn.
HO152 Grace Park and Hawthorn Grove Precincts, Hawthorn
The Grace Park and Hawthorn Grove Precincts, Hawthorn, are of heritage significance for the following reasons:
- The place is a concentrated and relatively intact precinct of generally high quality residential buildings of the later Victorian and Federation periods.
- Hilda Crescent has an unbroken set of highly distinctive Federation house designs, and the mode continues in the adjacent streets.
- The area is characterised by mature gardens and street trees, filtering the light in the more southern streets, south of Kinkora Road, and giving the area a distinctive shaded character.
- The diagonal house compositions and curving streets in the Grace Park Precinct combine to create an informal and picturesque character.
- The northern section - Kinkora Road and Hawthorn Grove - has a large concentration of 1880s housing in tighter patterns that are similarly characteristic of that earlier era, and is relatively intact. These streets were the first typically-scaled suburban development in Hawthorn, in contrast to the St James Park area which began as a mansion group.
- The Barkers Road section is more heterogeneous, but does incorporate several notable Federation and Bungalow designs. Clovelly Court is an impressive apartment group utilising garden villa forms, comparing with both the courtyard flats in the Fairview Park Precinct (HO148) and the more similar Corsewall Close (HO149).
- Located at the southern end of the precinct, the Michael Tuck Stand at the Glenferrie Oval is striking both for the way it draws on its red-brick domestic surroundings as it is for its 1938 modernity.
- The precinct is visually unified by the shared, curving park based around the former Kew Railway line, that runs though the entire precinct from south to north and reads as a reminder of the precinct's early popularity as a commuter suburb.
 
02 Jul 2007
Construct a swimming pool in a Heritage Overlay. (Permit Delegated : 08/08/2007 by Delegated Authority)
(Source: Boroondara Council, reference no: PP07/00625)
 
14 May 2014
Demolition of existing fence and construction of a new fence associated with existing dwellings in a Heritage Overlay. (Permit Delegated : 19/08/2014 by Delegated Authority)
(Source: Boroondara Council, reference no: PP14/00627)
 
10 Dec 2018
Construction of alterations and additions to existing dwelling in a Heritage Overlay
(Source: Boroondara Council, reference no: PP18/01288)
Nearby Public Transport:
Stop nameTypeDistance
75-Chrystobel Cres/Glenferrie RdTram77 meters
75-Liddiard St/Glenferrie RdTram74 meters
74-Glenferrie Railway Station/Glenferrie RdTram235 meters
76-Johnson St/Glenferrie RdTram202 meters
76-Johnson St/Glenferrie RdTram208 meters
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