Coorparoo is well known for Coorparoo Square, a major development 2017-2019 which has the Dendy Cinemas, cafes, laneways and high rise apartments with Woolworths and Aldi located in the centre. Coorparoo has a small commercial precinct on Old Cleveland Rd and has quite a mix of housing. Freestanding houses comprise approximately 50% of the suburb with the balance a mix of units and townhouses.
Coorparoo is in demand for the proximity to the CBD, easy access to bus and train transport and the abundance of character housing.
Coorparoo has been a gentrifying suburb since the early 2000’s and with some pockets being home to properties worth in excess of $2,500,000, it’s not hard to see why Coorparoo is an in demand suburb. Being a specialist Coorparoo Buyers Agent, we inspect multiple houses weekly and have a very good understanding of the values, the pockets and the differing appeal, and the intricacies of the roads to get in and out of the city.
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Overall Coorparoo is a very well connected suburb and if you’re considering buying, with different zoning, over 8 different pockets with varying pricing, and a number of good and not so good real estate agents in the area, using a specialist Coorparoo buyers agent will definitely assist you in navigating your way through the suburb.