The Bayside is Melbourne's undisputed outdoor lifestyle location and, as such, is home to some of the city’s most desirable real estate. From multi-million dollar beachside mansions, to charming period terraces and slick contemporary urban escapes, this active and engaging community is at the top of the shopping list with home buyers from around the corner and around the globe. Headquartered in cosmopolitan Brighton, our Bayside unit has established strong credentials and relationships right along the bay with our boards (and sold signs) a regular sight on the streetscapes.
1/36 Carpenter Street, Brighton VIC 3186
+61 (3) 9592 6522
+61 (3) 9592 6566
Style and grace go hand in hand on the beautiful streets of Boroondara. From stunning period estates to picturesque riverfront hideaways and endless roll call of cafes, shops and private schools, this wonderful part of the world sits at the top of most-wanted list with home buyers both local and international. In an effort to service this increasing demand, we opened a Kay & Burton office in Glenferrie Road Hawthorn in 2011, with the team producing an immediate string of significant sales in the face of an otherwise challenging environment – reinforcing this area's reputation for strength and substance in all market conditions.
553 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn VIC 3122
+61 (3) 8862 8001
+61 (3) 8862 8088
Flinders is a stunning and genteel township on the southern tip of the Peninsula, where Bass Strait meets Western Port. Flinders and the many other towns and communities dotted around the local landscape offer a relaxed rural focus, with the region renowned for its lovely farms, wineries and horse studs. In real estate terms this region covers the full gambit - from multi million dollar family estates to tiny and charming beachside shacks. Our Flinders office has long been a part of the township's main street, with a small but dynamic team who live locally and know the lie of the land better than anyone.
47A Cook Street, Flinders VIC 3929
+61 (3) 5989 1000
+61 (3) 5989 0171
Portsea is one of the glamorous two of the Mornington Peninsula – offering a lifestyle that is equal parts sophisticated and laid back. Real estate in this lovely part of the world is high on the shopping lists for buyers from Melbourne and around the world, which is why Kay & Burton maintains offices in both Portsea and Sorrento. Our Portsea office is located on one of Australia's most valuable and significant coastal strips. The local clifftop is famous for its generational family compounds in an area that also boasts stunning surf and swimming beaches, celebrity polo, world-class golf, and endless array of small private getaways.
3741 Point Nepean Road, Portsea VIC 3944
+61 (3) 5984 4744
+61 (3) 5984 0133
Sorrento is the other of the glamorous two of the Mornington Peninsula – offering a lifestyle that is equal parts sophisticated and laid back. Real estate in this lovely part of the world is high on the shopping lists for buyers from Melbourne and around the world, which is why Kay & Burton maintains offices in both Portsea and Sorrento. Our Sorrento office is located in the heart of the cosmopolitan village shopping centre, with a beautiful bay beach at one end and a surf beach at the other.
106 Ocean Beach Road, Sorrento VIC 3943
+61(3) 5984 4744
+61(3) 5984 0133
Our office in South Yarra has long been the home of Kay & Burton’s headquarters and is situated in one of Melbourne’s most affluent and cosmopolitan locations, surrounded by some of Australia’s most valuable real estate holdings. From here, we have our finger on the pulse of all that is happening in the luxury real estate market and take pride in the relationships that we have established with families in the area.
226 Toorak Road, South Yarra VIC 3141
+61 (3) 9820 1111
+61 (3) 9820 0371
Located just an hour’s drive south of Melbourne, Victoria, Red Hill is the ultimate epicurean destination. With a population of 731 residents, the small Mornington Peninsula rural town is renowned for its local artisan producers, wineries and restaurants. Red Hill derives its name from the rich, red clay that has made the area predominantly agricultural from its first European settlement in the mid-nineteenth century.