Are you looking at living near Perth’s CBD? There are still great house prices in and around the CBD and you don’t have to look far to get value for money with so much opportunity. Here is a list of Perth’s top 10 cheapest suburbs near the CBD to help you in the search process.
- Nollamara – Median house price $410,000
A lot has been going on in Nollamara, with infill redevelopment rejuvenating the well-established suburb and attracting a lot of first-home buyers to the area. Nollamara is located only 10kms from Perth CBD and is a friendly, quiet suburb with plenty to offer.
- Cloverdale – Median house price $443,500
A great suburb for families, Cloverdale offers good schools, shopping centres, easy access to all the highways, public transport and is just a stone’s throw from the airport. There is an array of parks and gardens throughout the suburb, with sporting grounds that play host to all kinds of sports. Cloverdale has had a lot of fresh new housing developments which is attracting a lot of young professionals.
- Belmont – Median house price $450,000
Located just 7 kilometres East of Perth’s CBD on the southern bank of the Swan River, the suburb of Belmont has a lot to offer. With the river, airport, city, shops and entertainment facilities closely situated, this suburb is becoming increasingly popular as more developments pop up.
- Redcliffe – Median house price $452,000
Located within 8km of the Perth CBD, Redcliffe is a highly accessible suburb with plenty of public transport options, including the new railway station under construction. Situated right near the river, making it perfect for long walks, kayaking, boating and fishing and represents good value for money.
- Bentley – Median house price $480,000
Conveniently located just 8km south east of Perth CBD, Bentley is close to many shops, restaurants, cafes, public transport, and highways. Close to parkland, Curtin University and other great WA schools, it’s the perfect suburb for the family.
- Embleton – Median house price $490,000
Embleton has all the characteristics of a great investment, affordable and with good infrastructure including a primary school, water leisure centre and a golf course. Wotton Reserve, which includes a skate park and a soccer pitch, is located in the suburb’s northeast. John Forrest College and Hillcrest Primary School are just beyond the suburb’s southwestern boundary. It’s a suburb that supports a busy lifestyle.
- Osborne Park – Median house price $490,000
Offering a variety of bars and restaurants on Main Street, serviced by both buses and trains, you can find anything you need from groceries, furniture, home improvement, or even a car dealer or two. Just a 5-minute drive from Lake Monger.
- Kewdale – Median house price $497,500
Kewdale offers great shopping options, parks and recreation, medical facilities and public transport available. There’s convenient highway access making getting around easy. Close to the airport with well-maintained parks and lakes, it’s a suburb proving to be a great place to live.
- Morley – Median house price $500, 000
Situated approximately 10 kilometres northeast of the Perth city centre, its central location provides you with many options including Central Galleria, one of the biggest shopping centres in Perth. Everything you need is on your doorstep.
- Carlisle – Median house price $525, 750
Only a 10 minute drive to the CBD, but without the traffic and noise, Carlisle is proving to be an affordable location so close to the city. The Perth–Armadale rail line runs through this area and the suburb is serviced by the Carlisle and Oats Street train station. There are four parks and various other facilities including the Carlisle Lathlain Bowling Club and the Holy Name Primary School.
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