Shorncliffe Demographics :

No. of People who live in the Suburb (ABS data): 1914 No. of Houses in the Suburb: 862
No. of Dwellings in the Suburb: 1040 No. of Units in the Suburb: 178
Demographics

Shorncliffe Information :

Shorncliffe is a suburb northeast of Brisbane and it was voted “the most liveable suburb in Brisbane”. It is a small community with a village atmosphere. Highlights are the foreshore (the playground is INCREDIBLE!), the beautiful streets and homes and every local we met at the park was super friendly. Shorncliffe has one railway station, which is the terminus of the Shorncliffe railway line. Shorncliffe has a number of different festivals, including The Blue Water Festival and the start of the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race which begins from the opening of The Cabbage Tree Creek. The Sandgate Golf Club commenced in 1921 with the official opening of its 9-hole course on 25 November 1922, having obtained a 21-year lease of the site from the Sandgate Town Council for a nominal rental as the Council believed that the golf course would be of lasting benefit. Shorncliffe includes one primary school; Shorncliffe State School and one private boys school; St Patrick’s College. Both these schools are situated on neighbouring blocks of land to each other. Check ‘Weekend Notes’ for current happenings in Shorncliffe.

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Community :

Best Shorncliffe Local Coffee Shop Olga’s at Shorncliffe 
Best Shorncliffe Local Take Away Shelley Inn
Best Shorncliffe Local Sports Sandgate Golf Club
Best Shorncliffe Local Event Bluewater Fesival
Best Shorncliffe Local Real Estate Agent Anderson Family Real Estate
Best Shorncliffe Local Craft Faeries in My Garden Patchwork
Best Shorncliffe Local Club Queensland Cruising Yaught Club 

Market Activity :

Number of Properties Listed for Sale : 14
Estimated Days on the Market : 0 days
Estimated Number of Sales in the Last 3 Months : 9
Estimated Number of Sales in the Same Period Last Year : 13
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Shorncliffe) : 1.35%
Current Percentage of Properties on the Market (Brisbane Metro) : 2.10%

Street Information :

The Number of Streets in the Suburb : 37
The Number of Streets in the Postcode : 669

Houses – Top 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Eagle Tce
$1,367,118
Signal Row
$1,175,266
Shorncliffe Pde
$1,025,096
Allpass Pde
$1,006,112
Park Pde
$959,031

Street with Highest Value House: Allpass Pde

Units – Top 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Oxford Pl
$745,069
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Street with Highest Value Unit: Oxford Pl

Houses – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value:

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Ballantrae Lane
$576,609
Todd St
$593,940
Cotton St
$630,232
Twamley St $637,584
Marina St
$649,814

Street with Lowest Value House: Friday St

Units – Lowest 5 Streets by Median Value :

Street Name Median Dollar Value
Oxford Pl
$745,069
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Street with Lowest Value Unit: Kate St

SHORNCLIFFE - Sales Statistics (Houses)

Sales Statistics (Houses)
Sales Statistics (Houses)

SHORNCLIFFE - Peak Selling Periods

SHORNCLIFFE - Peak Selling Periods

SHORNCLIFFE - Price Range Segments

SHORNCLIFFE - Price Range Segments

DEAGON - Median Weekly Rents (Units)

Median Weekly Rents

SHORNCLIFFE - Recently Sold Properties

SHORNCLIFFE - Recently Sold Properties
SHORNCLIFFE - Recently Sold Properties

SHORNCLIFFE - Properties For Rent

SHORNCLIFFE - Properties For Rent
SHORNCLIFFE - Properties For Rent

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