Adelaide Suburbs in Review Part 1

Buying a property is a big decision, knowing that specific suburbs will be right for you is just as important as the property choice itself.

Find below Adelaide Broker’s top 10 current picks for the suburbs in review outlining median property prices to assist you make a more informed decision and have a better understanding about specific suburbs in and around Adelaide.

Salisbury 5108

Located in the City Of Salisbury, local government area of Northern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Salisbury are mainly established couples and families with lots of activities to get out and do with close proximity to multiple parks, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants.

Salisbury has a median property price of $320,000 for a house and $225,000 for a unit.

The average house in Salisbury rents for $295 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $225 per week.

Brahma Lodge 5109

Located in the City Of Salisbury, local government area of Northern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Brahma Lodge is very much like Salisbury as it mainly appeals to mainly established couples and families with lots of activities to get out and do with close proximity to multiple parks, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants.

Brahma Lodge has a median property price of $265,000 for a house.

The average house in Brahma Lodge rents for $300 per week.

Torrensville 5031

Located in the City Of West Torrens, local government area of Western Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Torrensville are mainly established couples and families followed closely by a wave of independent youth, due to lots of activities to get out and do with close proximity to multiple parks, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants.

Torrensville has a median property price of $545,000 for a house.

The average house in Torrensville rents for $400 per week.

West Lakes 5021

Located in the City Of Charles Sturt, local government area of Western Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of West Lakes are mainly older couples and families as well as a being a nice spot for elderly couples and singles to sit back and enjoy. West Lakes used to be home to the Adelaide Crows football team home ground AAMI Stadium. West Lakes is close to lakes, parks, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants.

West Lakes has a median property price of $695,000 for a house and $440,444 for a unit.

The average house in West Lakes rents for $443 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $335 per week.

Unley 5061

Located in the City Of Unley, local government area of Eastern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Unley are mainly independent youth of Adelaide and home to the Sturt Football club. Unley is close to parks, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants. Situated close by to the tram line, you can catch the tram a short distance into the CBD or down to Adelaide’s most iconic beach – Glenelg.

Unley has a median property price of $972,500 for a house and $446,000 for a unit.

The average house in Unley rents for $490 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $320 per week.

Mawson Lakes 5095

Located in the City Of Salisbury, local government area of Northern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Mawson Lakes are mainly independent youth of Adelaide followed by maturing couples and families with lots of activities to get out and do with close proximity to parks, lakes, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants all at your fingertips.

Mawson Lakes has a median property price of $466,250 for a house and $297,500 for a unit.

The average house in Mawson Lakes rents for $380 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $320 per week.

Glenelg 5045

Located in the City of Holdfast Bay, local government area of Southern Adelaide, Glenelg is Adelaide’s most well-known and iconic beach. The lifestyle and people of Glenelg are mainly independent youth of Adelaide who like to live an active lifestyle while taking in the sun and sand. Glenelg beach is flooded with visitors and tourists all year round, situated close to parks, fish and chip shops, cafes and restaurants. Having a tram line situated close by you can catch the tram into the CBD and back again.

Glenelg has a median property price of $832,500 for a house and $420,000 for a unit.

The average house in Glenelg rents for $500 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $390 per week.

Adelaide 5000

Located in the Adelaide City Council, local government area of Eastern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Adelaide heavily appeals to the independent youth who love the convenience and non-stop stimulation of urban lifestyle. Adelaide is home to pubs, theaters, cafes, restaurants, clubs, markets, galleries and how can we forget the ever popular Central Market. Situated close public transport such as the railway station, bus station and not to mention the tram line, which you can catch the tram down to Adelaide’s most iconic beach – Glenelg.

Adelaide has so much to offer with a median property price of $595,000 for a house and $435,000 for a unit.

The average house in Adelaide rents for $420 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $430 per week.

Campbelltown 5074

Located in the Campbelltown City Council, local government area of Eastern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Campbelltown are mainly established couples and families as well as now elderly singles. Campbelltown is close to shopping centres, restaurants, and take away shops. Campbelltown is close vicinity to methods of public transport while not being far from the CBD.

Campbelltown has a median property price of $550,000 for a house and $405,000 for a unit.

The average house in Campbelltown rents for $370 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $275 per week.

Enfield 5085

Located in the City Of Port Adelaide Enfield Council, local government area of Northern Adelaide. The lifestyle and people of Enfield are mainly independent youth of Adelaide with lots of activities to get out and do with close proximity to parks, multiple shopping centres, take away shops and restaurants.

Enfield has a median property price of $415,000 for a house.

The average house in Enfield rents for $350 per week and the median weekly rental price on units is $245 per week.

 

Information quoted can be found at realestate.com.au and is true and correct at time of compiling this article.

If you would like a free review of your situation or if you would like any further information such as suburb reports for any of the suburbs mentioned or any specific property reports please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your mortgage broker today to find out more.

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