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What can your money buy in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs?

What can your money buy in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs?

Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs offer a fantastic variety of properties for homeowners to choose from.

From upmarket Queenslanders and original cottages, to contemporary terrace homes and a diversity of apartments, there is something to suit everyone’s needs and lifestyle.

Here, we breakdown what your money can buy in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs including Toowong, Taringa, Indooroopilly and St Lucia.

 

Under $700,000

Spacious apartments with refreshed interiors are the perfect entry point for our inner-western suburbs. Boutique townhouses with enviable outdoor areas and courtyards also offer great value under $700k.

 

$700,000 to $900,000

Character filled cottages with humble interiors and traditional charm can be found under $900k. These sought-after houses usually include three bedrooms and are positioned in standout locations with esteemed schools nearby.

 

$900,000 to $1,200,000

Taking the next step up the property ladder, you’ll find sizable family homes with modern kitchens and bathrooms. These properties usually include a generous living area, fourth bedroom and often a study. The large backyard provides plenty of space for the children to play.

 

$1,200,000 to $1,500,000

Beautifully renovated homes with multiple living areas and great outdoor entertaining spaces can be found in this price range. Their contemporary design is often complimented by elevated views, a substantial floorplan and impressive leisure facilities.

 

$1,500,000+

At the executive level, you’ll find prestigious residences showcasing open plan designs, luxurious rooms and state of the art home technology. These impressive properties are in desirable, up-market locations with distinguished addresses.

23A Ennever St, Bardon $1,590,000
23A Ennever St, Bardon $1,590,000

 

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