Demographics :

No. of People who live in the Suburb (ABS data): 7909 No. of Houses in the Suburb: 3008
No. of Dwellings in the Suburb: 3984 No. of Units in the Suburb: 976
Demographics

Bio/Contact Information :

Clontarf is a suburb of the Moreton Bay Region and in the south-west of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 29 kilometres north-northeast of Brisbane. It was named after Clontarf in Ireland and is a mix of residential and light industrial businesses. Clontarf is connected to Brisbane City, across Bramble Bay, by the Houghton Highway which is a 2.7 km long causeway that provides access to the southern tip of Redcliffe City. Clontarf Beach and Bells Beach are two of the closest beaches to Brisbane City and Pelican Park is known for its kite flying conditions, and a local industry has built around the sport. On weekends, many kites can be seen flying above Clontarf from the Hornibrook Bridge. During May, the Redcliffe Kite Club, based in Clontarf holds a two-day kite event called Kitefest. Clontarf is host to two adjacent medium-sized shopping centres, on the southern tip of the suburb. Most retail commerce in the suburb revolves around small businesses. Several educational institutions are located within Clontarf: Clontarf Beach State High School, which opened in 1964 and has over 1240 enrolled students, Clontarf Beach State School (1950) with approximately 350 students, and a private school, Grace Lutheran Primary School, with approximately 430 students. Check ‘Weekend Notes’ for current happenings in Clontarf.

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Market Activity :

Number of Properties Listed for Sale : 70
Estimated Days on the Market : 204 days
Estimated Number of Sales in the Last 3 Months : 53
Estimated Number of Sales in the Same Period Last Year : 66
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Clontarf) : 1.76%
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Brisbane Metro) : 2.06%

Street Information :

The Number of Streets in the Suburb : 151
The Number of Streets in the Postcode : 300

Houses – Top 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Bayview Tce
$688,224
Princess Tce
$619,003
Kalimna Dr
$600,735
Hornibrook Esp
$595,549
Deborah St
$577,734

Street with Highest Value House: Robson St

Units – Top 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Angus St
$485,047
Armstrong St
$468,762
Thompson Cres
$429,505
Hornibrook Esp $390,668
Julia St $388,892

Street with Highest Value Unit: Angus St

Houses – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Beaver St
$302,492
Snook St $351,447
Pearen St
$358,820
Weaber St
$360,604
Roland St
$360,753

Street with Lowest Value House: Cameron St

Units – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Hill Pde
$222,692
Lucinda St
$242,533
Thomas St
$254,697
Snook St $279,050
Cornelius St $281,737

Street with Lowest Value Unit: Huntington St

CLONTARF - Sales Statistics (Houses)

CLONTARF - Sales Statistics (Houses)
CLONTARF - Sales Statistics (Houses)

CLONTARF - Peak Selling Periods

CLONTARF - Peak Selling Periods

CLONTARF - Price Range Segments

CLONTARF - Price Range Segments

CLONTARF - Median Weekly Rents (Units)

CLONTARF - Median Weekly Rents (Units)

CLONTARF - Recently Sold Properties

CLONTARF - Recently Sold Properties
CLONTARF - Recently Sold Properties

CLONTARF - Properties For Rent

CLONTARF - Properties For Rent

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