Located just 13 km from Brisbane CBD, Aspley offers residents a well-connected lifestyle, with handy access to schools, restaurants, sporting and lifestyle amenities. The suburb is popular with young families as it offers all the amenities they require to settle long-term.
Aspley boasts a fantastic range of schools including catholic, private and state primary, secondary and special education facilities. A great selection of parks, shopping centres, and a variety of cafes and restaurants make Aspley a well-established suburb in a convenient location.
Be sure to drop into Little Fox Lane on Robinson Road for great coffee, delicious food, plants and homewares, as well as wonderful customer service. Or, if you’re looking for a quiet escape with the kids, Rainbow Lorikeet Park on Croker Street has a relaxed atmosphere and a lovely playground for the kids.
Demand for Aspley is high, averaging 507 visits per property on realestate.com.au, with older couples and families making up the largest percentage of people living in the suburb.
The area is Buyers paid between $430,000 and $865,000 for houses in Aspley during the last quarter; and between $339,000 and $537,000 for units. Over the past 5 years, the median sales price for houses in Aspley has increased by more than 20% and more than 17% for units.
Aspley investors continue to enjoy the benefits of an owner’s market, with a vacancy rate of 2.8%, which sits below South East Brisbane’s current vacancy rate of 3%.