Ascot Real Estate

Ascot Real Estate

Ascot is one of the preferred suburbs in Brisbane, positioned approximately 7 kilometres from Brisbane CBD on the northern side of the city.

A green leafy suburb with many notable and very large Queenslanders give the suburb a truly family feel with two of the most sought-after school catchment areas, Ascot State School and St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School.

The main road in Ascot is the renowned shopping precinct of Racecourse Road, which is lined with beautiful Poinciana trees. Racecourse Road leads to the renowned Eagle Farm racecourse and its adjacent cousin the Doomben racetrack. Many carnivals take place at both these racecourses throughout the year.

Buying, renting or investing in property is a big decision. Knowing that Ascot is right for you is just as important as the property itself. We’ve done some number crunching on Ascot’s property supply and demand, median property prices, and demographic information to help you make a more informed decision and better understand the Ascot lifestyle.

The overall median price for a house in Ascot is $1,425,000, (updated January 2018) with an average 56 days on the market. The median price for a 3 bedroom home is $1,005,000. Annual capital growth for Ascot is 4.88%. To date in 2018 there have been 23 houses sold since January 1st 2018.

The median unit price in Ascot is $447,000 with annual capital growth at 3.04%

The median overall rent paid in Ascot is $733 per week. (updated January 2018).

Local Demographics

27% of homes are fully owned; 27% are looking to purchase and 46% are renters. This is substantiated by the high number of managed properties in the precinct.

Maturing & Established Independence (19.6%) make up the largest percentage of people living in Ascot followed by Independent Youth (17.6%) and Older Couples & Families (14%).

The statistics above have been sourced from Mosaic demographic data that is the copyright property of Experian Australia Pty Limited (or its licensors).

Total population 5730
Median household income ($/weekly) 1697
Median age of persons 37
Average household size 2.3

Ascot is a wonderful suburb for schools, parks and recreations, medical facilities, cafes, restaurants and great coffee shops. Close to the airport (6 kilometres), gateway motorway to Sunshine Coast and the Gold Cost. There are many parks and playgrounds for young children and also for the family pet.

Specialising in Residential Property Sales, Rentals and Property Management Servicing Ascot, Hamilton, Clayfield and Hendra