New data from Domain shows Brisbane’s rich list includes a mix of traditional blue chip burbs, as well as trendy inner city locales and a couple of semi-rural outliers.
The key to cracking the million-dollar list is liveability.
Proximity to the CBD, good schools and amenities contributes to a steady stream of buyers willing to pay big bucks.
Take Wilston for example with a median price of $1,112,500. It’s attracting buyers with its proximity to the CBD (just 3km away) and popular schools including St Columba’s Primary School and Wilston State School, reports Domain.
Other inner city and near-city suburbs are popular for much the same reasons.
The furthest suburbs on the million-dollar list are Rochedale and Pullenvale, with buyers here seeking more house and land for their money, and a relaxed, yet still luxurious lifestyle.
Check out Brisbane’s #10 suburbs with a median house price of more than $1 million:
- New Farm $1,620,500
- Ascot $1,500,000
- Hamilton $1,340,000
- Hawthorne $1,205,000
- Pullenvale $1,150,000
- Highgate Hill $1,140,000
- West End $1,132,500
- Wilston $1,112,500
- Bulimba $1,065,000
- Rochedale $1,040,000