Seven Hills, Morningside, Camp Hill, Cannon Hill, Carina, Fairfield, Yeronga, Yeerongpilly, Moorooka, Tarragindi, Holland Park.
These suburbs present so many lifestyle attributes giving them an edge over the more CBD orientated suburbs. Education, parklands, river frontage, city views and sports fields have helped these suburbs mature from being working class burbs on the outskirts of Brisbane to become popular family orientated middle ring suburbs. As these suburbs are mostly not impacted by the character preservation overlays of the inner-city neighbours, they can offer a varied mix of housing, from QLD`r style & post war timber cottages along with the ability to build a more modern contemporary style home. A would-be resident of these areas would usually have the comfort of knowing that they can acquire a larger size block of land on which to build the family home whist also being able to reside in a generally peaceful environment and enjoy the easy access to the café/restaurant scene when desired.
Seven Hills: Median house value @ $ 1,336,025; Investor 29% vs Owner 71%
Morningside: Median house value @ $ 1,238,146; Investor 49% vs Owner 51%
Camp Hill: Median house value @ $ 1,392,686; Investor 28% vs Owner 72%
Cannon Hill: Median house value @ $ 1,176,270; Investor 32% vs Owner 68%
Carina: Median house value @ $ 999,324; Investor 35% vs Owner 65%
Fairfield: Median house value @ $ 1,230,236; Investor 44% vs Owner 56%
Yeronga: Median house value @ $ 1,362,085; Investor 42% vs Owner 58%
Yeerongpilly: Median house value @ $ 1,288,363; Investor 44% vs Owner 56%
Moorooka: Median house value @ $ 991,225; Investor 41% vs Owner 59%
Tarragindi: Median house value @ $ 1,219,661; Investor 20% vs Owner 80%
Holland Park: Median house value @ $ 1,172,873; Investor 36% vs Owner 64%
Contact us today to buy property in the Middle Ring South area.