Why Stafford Heights?
Approximately 8km North of the Brisbane CBD and with an approximate population of 7,000 and growing, Stafford Heights is fast becoming a sought after and popular suburb in Brisbane. Although Stafford Heights is an older suburb, it is attracting young couples and families keen to remodel and renovate.
Stafford Heights has two styles of housing to offer homebuyers and investors, post-war homes and brick and tile homes. The demand for housing in the area has been strong and is likely to continue due to a combination of good public transport, access to tunnels, the suburb’s affordability for first home buyers, and its distinctly hilly location (with many properties having city views).
Bordering the suburbs of Stafford, Everton Park and McDowall, Stafford Heights has seen an influx of young home buyers and investors move into the suburb over the past few years due to the affordability and location to the CBD, schools, and other essential services.
There are several local cafes and restaurant options in Stafford Heights, along with the recently upgraded Woolworths Metro at the Rode Rd Centre which offers residents a variety of retail and medical options. Stafford Heights has been made popular due to the multiple public transport routes to the CBD, including the Inner Northern Busway.
As many of the neighboring suburbs, Stafford Heights has undergone gentrification during the past several years. Many homeowners moved into the suburb in the 1960 to 1980s, raised families, living in the same homes most of their lives. The new generation of working families and investors have moved into Stafford Heights and have spent money on upgrading and adding value to their homes.
Health, Education and Schooling
In a short drive is the North West Private Hospital, and The Prince Charles Hospital. Stafford Heights has two state primary schools and access to the State High School in Everton Park. A short drive from Stafford Heights to the neighboring suburb of Kedron is Padua, Mt Alvernia and St Anthony’s Catholic School.
Stafford Heights is located inside the 10km ring from Brisbane CBD. The suburb offers buyers a home or investment across all budget ranges. Like the neighboring suburbs, Stafford Heights has a high proportion of post-war homes. The suburb has the potential to undergo a major upgrade in home types over the coming years.
Do you need a Buyer’s Agent in Stafford Heights who can assist you to purchase a property?
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