Living in Hendra, on Brisbane’s North
Hendra (4011) sits adjacent to Ascot in Brisbane’s Northern Suburbs, Queensland with a population of 4416. It is ranked the 6th best suburb in Brisbane.
Hendra is a beautiful, safe, family-oriented suburb, with close proximity to some of the best private schools in Brisbane. It is a small established residential area, with some industrial and small commercial areas mainly lining Nudgee Road. In spring, jacarandas turn the streets purple. It is also home to the renowned Doomben Racecourse, which hosts many of the pre-eminent race-days throughout the year.
The suburb is about 6 kilometres from Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane. And it is very close to Brisbane International and Domestic airports and the Gateway Arterial. Public transport services in the area are abundant with the northern train line running through the suburb and Hendra, Albion, Wooloowin, Eagle Junction, and Toombul train stations all close by. Regular bus services also make access to the CBD easy for Hendra residents.
Hendra has popular coffee shops and cafes. In addition, neighbouring suburbs of Ascot and Hamilton are popular for restaurants and activities (Eat Street Markets, Portside, Racecourse Road and Eagle Farm weekend markets).
In the middle of Hendra, is one of the prettiest parks in Brisbane, TC Beirne Park. This park is popular for children’s birthday parties and weekend picnics. Healthworks Fitness Centre in Hendra is like a country club with a tennis court, swimming pool and sauna. DFO at the airport is only a few minutes away with a 24hr Woolworths for busy commuters.
Toombul Shopping Centre is the nearest major shopping mall, but there are some local shops on Junction Road and Sandgate Road.
About Hendra House Prices and Property Sales
House prices are increasing in Hendra, and not just because of a ripple effect from the neighbouring, blue chip suburb of Ascot. Hendra is becoming very popular due to its location and beauty.
The median property price in Hendra is $960,000 with the median rent $600 per week. Because the suburb is so condensed, the demand for property in Hendra is high.
A sample of the demographic details for the suburb as follows:
- Established couples and families 20.9%
- Older Couples and families 16.6%
- Maturing and established independence 11.8%
Houses in Hendra take an average of 60 days before selling and the average time for a unit to sell is 172 days. There were 85 houses and 10 units sold last year in Hendra.
Why choose Premium Residential for Hendra Property Sales?
Based down the road on Racecourse Road at Ascot, our boutique family owned and operated business is a ‘niche market’ specialist Brisbane real estate consultancy. We boast over 28 years’ experience in the real estate industry and have a reputation for superior marketing and integrity-rich service.
We are constantly developing and re-evaluating our marketing approach. And we promote every property utilising every means available. Our on-line reviews are a testament to this.
We focus our expertise in Brisbane’s inner north, predominantly covering Hendra, Ascot, Hamilton and the other inner-city fringe suburbs of Albion, Clayfield and Wooloowin. This means Premium Residential know Hendra better than most real estate agencies servicing the area. And furthermore, we certainly know more about premium property sales, and how to maximise outcomes for our clients.