Above average price growth is a homeowner’s dream. These are the Brisbane suburbs that have exceeded expectations

first_img2 Fairleigh St, Windsor. Picture: realestate.com.auThe three-bedroom Queenslander has high, pressed metal ceilings, timber floors and coloured glass windows. There is a separate lounge room and a combined kitchen and dining room. It is listed for sale through Garry Jones and Mark Waldron of McGrath Estate Agents – Wilston.At Wynnum, buyers looking to spend more than $2 million could be in the ballpark for this home at 6 Alverna Close.The five-bedroom house has panoramic views of the bay and islands. 31 Musgrave Rd, Toowong.Suzy Roden has lived in her house at 31 Musgrave St, Toowong, since 1999.Her home is listed for sale through Ryan Smith of RE/MAX Profile Real Estate. It has views to Mt Coot-tha and the city, and is on 866sq m.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Ms Roden said they built the house 18 years ago. With her children now older, she was downsizing and said it was good news to hear that the market was performing well in the area. She said the home was “very private but it is still really close to everything’’.“In this area, one of the good things is it is really close to the city,’’ she said.The home has a flexible floorplan and multiple undercover decks. There is parking for two cars, an audio system, reverse cycle airconditioning and polished timber floors.At Windsor, a home at 2 Fairleigh St is scheduled for auction on December 2, at 4pm. Suzy Roden is selling her home at Toowong home. AAP Image/Josh WoningA new report has highlighted the Brisbane suburbs with above average property price growth.And the winner on the northside and throughout greater Brisbane, according to PRDnationwide, was Windsor where median house prices increased by 15.9 per cent in the past year.On the southside it was Rocklea where the median house price rose by 5.9 per cent, on the east side it was Wynnum with the median up 7.5 per cent and on the west side it was Toowong with median house prices up 7.6 per cent.center_img 6 Alverna Close Wynnum. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is a championship-sized tennis court, outdoor pavilion, a solar heated 13m swimming pool and a fire pit. Inside is a media room, billiard room, wine cellar, workshop and study. The main bedroom has a conservatory with water views. It is listed through Joseph Lordi of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty – Ascot.last_img

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