Looking to buy a house in Sydney but have absolutely no idea where to start? Here are our top 3 suburb profiles. With over 200 suburbs in Sydney all representing something diverse, living and investment options are endless. Accessibility and affordability are key!
Here Are 3 Favourite Suburbs To Take A Peek At:
Named one of Sydney’s most liveable suburbs in the 2016 Domain Survey, Pyrmont is located merely 2km south-west of the CBD. It is home to a number of cultural experiences including the Star Casino along Darling Harbour, Sydney Lyric Theatre, and the Australian National Maritime Museum. Jacksons Landing in Pyrmont is a residential and commercial property development located on the northern part of the peninsula.
Statistics from the ABS shows that Pyrmont has a population of 11,618 people. The average age of residents is 20-39 years old, with 36% of those being families and 64% being singles.
Median House Price: $1.44 million
Median Rent Price: $577/week
Waterloo is located just 4km south of the Sydney CBD and is historically a working class region. Over the last 10 years, this suburb has undergone renovation, with the promotion of rising business districts and the development of more parks and recreation areas. The local skate park is the first of its kind to copy the urban streetscape layout made popular by skate spots in Martin Place and Cathedral Square.
Median House Price: $1.19 million
Median Rent Price: $350/week
Located just 3km south of the CBD, Redfern is the ideal suburb for professionals and singles who want to live close to the city. There is a large availability of public transport and it’s fast becoming one of the hidden gems of Sydney, thanks to recent developments, government changes, and residential and commercial growth.
Median House Price: $1.45 million
Median Rent Price: $380/week
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