Brisbane’s best property buys starting from $275,000

House-hunting can be a chore, especially when the affordable homes are few and far between, so we’ve rounded up some of the best for sale in Brisbane right now.

6 Pirrie Street, The Gap 

Brisbane’s best property buys

6 Pirrie Street, The Gap QLD 4061 

Some areas attract people to move in and put down roots. Postcode 4061 is a case in point, with its leafy pockets on the fringe of the hinterland, established amenities and easily commutable location about 10 kilometres from the CBD bustle. This double-storey house last settled 18 years ago, in a street where 85 per cent of the residents are owner-occupants. The post-war three-bedroom house atop 607 square metres of land is about 600 metres from the local state primary school.

$699,000-plus

Private sale

VZ Real Estate, Franco Zaini 0411 382 525

905/477 Boundary Street, Spring Hill 

Brisbane’s best property buys

905/477 Boundary Street, Spring Hill QLD 4000 

This is a one-bedroom apartment with a gobsmacking view from its ninth-floor vantage; what buyers sacrifice in terms of indoor floor space, they gain in the boundless north-facing outlook. This 47-square-metre pad is position-perfect for anyone hunting a contemporary base central to the city action. Tower occupants have access to onsite facilities including a gym, a sundeck and a 50-metre lap pool. The title comes with a car space.

$425,000

Private sale

Accor Realty, Rosemary Pope (07) 5631 2586

10 Belinda Crescent, Springwood 

Brisbane’s best property buys

10 Belinda Crescent, Springwood QLD 4127 

Designed with families in mind, this low-set house has four bedrooms and a study room that could become a fifth bedroom or private studio. There is a double garage, a funky galley kitchen and 610 square metres on title. Springwood Central and Chatswood Hills primary schools are within 700 metres, while Springwood Conservation Park is about 300 metres east.

$699,000-plus

Private sale

Ray White, Tracey Steuart 0402 246 291

7 Hutton Street, Clayfield 

Brisbane’s best property buys

7 Hutton Street, Clayfield QLD 4011 

Its sale listing gushes with real estate catchphrases including “renovator’s delight” and, an old favourite, “diamond in the rough”. A genuine roll-up-the-sleeves or roll-out-the-bulldozer prospect, Domain cannot confirm if there are actually diamonds in its mortar but it does have a genuine gemstone-quality location – a corner from Sandgate Road cafes and a few blocks from schools and Albion Train Station. The high-set weatherboard sits on a 304-square-metre block and was last sold in 1991. Restoration of the original hardwood floors, high ceilings and decorative plaster roses awaits a handy buyer.

$700,000-plus

Expressions of interest: Close 4pm, September 2

Ray White, Tony Cicchiello 0418 747 266

2/100 Butterfield Street, Herston 

Brisbane’s best property buys

2/100 Butterfield Street, Herston QLD 4006 

With the Brisbane property market running red-hot in 2021, inner-suburb abodes priced at under $300,000 are always worth a second look. Here, savvy buyers get a likeable one-bedroom in a group of only five in a neat double-storey sand-brick walk-up. Its timber floorboards are polished. There is a garage and a private paved and fenced rear courtyard area.

$275,000-plus

Private sale

Place, Mario Sultana 0428 282 223

33/83 Dibar Street, Wynnum 

3383 Dibar Street, Wynnum QLD 4178

33/83 Dibar Street, Wynnum QLD 4178 

Modern families should discover this stylish three-bedroom, tri-storey townhouse with onsite perks to match some resorts. A snazzy pool and barbecue area are for residents only. Parents with teenagers get easy access to the local high school, about 700 metres away. If you are seeking more open-water adventures, the Moreton Bay foreshore is a similar distance to the east. There are two bathrooms and a garage.

$475,000-plus

Private sale

LJ Hooker, Liza Martinez 0408 111 840 

 

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