Demographics :

No. of People who live in the Suburb (ABS data): 7007 No. of Houses in the Suburb: 2637
No. of Dwellings in the Suburb: 3906 No. of Units in the Suburb: 1269
Demographics

Bio/Contact Information :

Margate is a residential suburb of the Moreton Bay Region in the east of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 26 kilometres (16 mi) north-northeast of Brisbane. Margate Beach is a stretch of beach spanning the length of the suburb, featuring a timber boardwalk, with viewing shelters, and barbecue facilities. There are great views to Moreton Island over sandy beaches and Moreton Bay. The boardwalk covers the original cement steps to Margate Beach which are still visible and in use further down the waterfront at Suttons Beach, Redcliffe. Margate Village provides the higher order retail and commercial role of a centre serving mainly Redcliffe City residents. Almost 800 students are enrolled at the local primary school, Humpybong State School, a heritage listed school which first opened in 1909. The school superseded two previous schools and was ideally situated, then, in the centre of the Peninsula’s coastal development. The Redcliffe heritage designer-builder Alex Smith constructed a number of buildings in Margate. Check ‘Weekend Notes’ for current happenings in Margate.

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Market Activity :

Number of Properties Listed for Sale : 63
Estimated Days on the Market : 216 days
Estimated Number of Sales in the Last 3 Months : 34
Estimated Number of Sales in the Same Period Last Year : 52
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Margate) : 1.61%
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Brisbane Metro) : 2.06%

Street Information :

The Number of Streets in the Suburb : 102
The Number of Streets in the Postcode : 300

Houses – Top 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Baynes St
$605,355
Jull St
$595,105
Buckingham St
$571,013
Mcculloch Ave
$568,167
Maude St
$567,129

Street with Highest Value House: Margate Pde

Units – Top 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Beaconsfield St
$460,960
Eveline St
$447,634
Albert St
$438,346
Duffield Rd
$416,392
Cowen St
$412,069

Street with Highest Value Unit: Oxley Ave

Houses – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Seacrest Ave
$335,745
Keenan St
$344,608
Ewan St
$351,963
Hale St
$356,768
Cox St
$359,057

Street with Lowest Value House: Oxley Ave

Units – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Sorrento St
$260,945
Robertson Ave $268,505
Melinda Ct
$282,175
Ernest St
$294,139
Dover Rd
$307,042

Street with Lowest Value Unit: Robertson Ave

Margate - Sales Statistics (Houses)

MARGATE - Sales Statistics (Houses)
MARGATE - Sales Statistics (Houses)

Margate - Peak Selling Periods

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Margate - Price Range Segments

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Margate - Median Weekly Rents (Units)

MARGATE - Median Weekly Rents (Units)

Margate - Recently Sold Properties

MARGATE - Recently Sold Properties
MARGATE - Recently Sold Properties
MARGATE - Recently Sold Properties
MARGATE - Recently Sold Properties

CLONTARF - Properties For Rent

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