REVEALED: How to clean up a house within 10 km of the CBD for just $ 270,000 – because the cheapest suburbs are exposed
- A domain report has mentioned the cheapest suburbs to buy within a 10 km radius of a CBD
- The cheapest was Hobarts Risdon Vale with an average house price of $ 270,000
- Westminster in Perth finished in second place with a median prize of $ 356,000
The cheapest suburbs to buy a house within 10 km of a CBD have been mentioned in a new report.
The most affordable was the Risdon Vale of Hobart with an average house price of $ 270,000.
Westminster in Perth came in second with a prize of $ 356,000.
The cheapest in Melbourne was Maidstone with an average house price of $ 723,750, while the cheapest in Sydney is Botany in the southeast for $ 1.2 million.
The most affordable suburb within 10 km of a CBD was Hobarts Risdon Vale (photo) with an average house price of $ 270,000
The most affordable suburb within 10 km of the Sydney CBD is Botany in the south-east for $ 1.2 million
On the coast in Brisbane, the cheapest suburb within 10 km of the CBD, is Keperra with a median of $ 530,000, according to Domain Investigation.
Meanwhile, Mansfield Park in Adelaide has an average house price of $ 405,500.
The cheapest neighborhood of Canberra to buy a house near the city was Bruce for $ 355,000, while Belconnen is close by with a median price of $ 367,000.
Cheapest outer castles within 10 km from CBD
Sydney: Botany, $ 1.2 million
Melbourne: Maidstone, $ 724,000
Brisbane: Keperra, $ 530,000
Adelaide: Mansfield Park, $ 405,500
Canberra: Bruce, $ 355,000
Perth: Westminster, $ 356,000
Hobart: Risdon Vale, $ 270,000
Unlike Risdon Vale, Hobart had several suburbs with homes well under $ 500,000, such as Glenorchy, West Moonah and Moonah.
Domain analyst Eliza Owen said: “Although these suburbs have more industrial locations and are further from the picturesque, gentrified areas of Battery Point and Sandy Bay, they still offer a remarkable proximity to the Hobart CBD and the waterfront, as well as quality of the established housing. to what other capitals can offer for this price range.
To find a suburb with a median house price of less than $ 600,000 in Melbourne, buyers must venture 20 km from the CBD, while in Sydney it is 30 km.
This dataset highlights the differences in converting times and conveniences into any capital, & Owen said.
& # 39; It is important to set expectations … it can be realistic to live close to the CBD in one capital but not in another. Buyers must weigh the trade-offs of location versus lifestyle, wherever they are on house hunting. & # 39;
In Sydney, the cheapest suburbs within 10 km of the CBD were mostly in the west – and still cost more than $ 1 million.
Mrs. Owen said that these outskirts of Petersham, Leichhardt and Marrickville were cheaper due to the noise of take-off and landing planes at Sydney Airport.
The cheapest in Melbourne was Maidstone (photo) with an average house price of $ 723,750
Westminster in Perth (photo) came in second place with an average house price of $ 356,000
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