Kedron has become an extremely popular middle ring suburb in Brisabne. The public transport is more than adequate as during the day there is at least one bus every 10 minutes. It has a range of restaurants and fast food chains. Kedron is the very next suburb over from Chermside shopping centre – with a good range of amenities in the immediate area. Kedron is a fairly quiet and friendly neighbourhoods, ideal for families with school age children. It has a number of leafy tree lined streets around the Padua district as well as access points to the Kedron Brook. There is large portion of houses in Kedron totaling 63% with 37% being units and townhouses. In summary, Kedron has the peace and quiet of suburban living but is also close enough to the nightlife and inner city living, best of both worlds As the suburb has evolved and has become trendy this has led to an increase in buyer activity so having an experienced buyer’s agent on your side will have large benefits as its quite hotly contested in the home buyer space.
Families make up 47% of the suburb total with 37% being couples and 14% being single parents. There is a younger age bracket of 20-40 who has moved in and now dominates the landscape of this area.
Health, Education and Schooling
In terms of government schooling the primary option is Kedron State School whilst the high school depending on the catchment cut off could either be Kedron State High School or Wavell State High School. Nearby hospitals include The Prince Charles Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Woman’s & Chermside Day Hospital North West Private.
Do you need a Buyer’s Agent in Kedron who can assist you to purchase a property?
Why do you need a buyer’s agent in Kedron? We gain access to properties that are not on the real estate forums removing competition, we have a team of past valuers and agents, we are experienced negotiators who also manage your contract process to alleviate the stress and remove the emotion.