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The most expensive homes in Brisbane’s inner-west

The most expensive homes in Brisbane’s inner-west

Neulans Road, Thomas Street and Stanley Terrace are just some of distinguished addresses in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs.

These prestigious homes showcase spectacular features which often come with a multi-million dollar price tag.

From uninterrupted city views or vast river frontages, to refined luxury and brilliant architectural designs, these homes celebrate Queensland’s unique property market.

Let’s take a look at the most expensive homes in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs.

 

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Toowong’s Highest Property Sales
Taringa’s Highest Property Sales
Indooroopilly’s Highest Property Sales
St Lucia’s Highest Property Sales
Auchenflower’s Highest Property Sales

Toowong

 

Sold | 66 Elizabeth Street, Toowong – $1,415,000

 

The most expensive houses in Toowong

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Taringa

 

Sold | 208 Stanley Terrace, Taringa $1,060,000

 

The most expensive houses in Taringa

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Indooroopilly

 

Sold | 23 Lily Street, Indooroopilly $1,850,000

The most expensive houses in Indooroopilly

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St Lucia

 

Sold | 61 Hillside Terrace, St Lucia $1,262,000

The most expensive houses in St Lucia

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Auchenflower

 

Sold | 92 Haig Road, Auchenflower $1,280,000

The most expensive houses in Auchenflower

 

Are you interested to know the value of your home in the current market?

Let’s chat.

 

Property data published by CoreLogic and based on the highest residential house sale in each suburb.

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Byrony O'Neill

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