The adjoining suburbs of Stafford and Wavell Heights we also see as attractive choices for the right property type in the suburb, which is typically a 3 of 4 bedroom house on a spacious block.
Kedron is approximately 4 square kilometres in size and has one park which covers nearly 13 percent of the suburb’s total area.
The population of Kedron in 2006 was 7930 persons and by 2011 the population had increased to 8604, equating to a population growth of 8 percent in the area during that time.
A well located suburb with excellent transport access to the city for employment, Kedron is relatively popular with professionals – households in Kedron are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying between $1800 and $2400 per month on mortgage repayments.
In 2006, 57.9 percent of the homes in Kedron were owner-occupied as compared with 56.7 percent in 2011.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $535,000.
Median unit prices are considerably cheaper in Kedron, but our preferred property type for this suburb is a house on a block of at least 600 square metres.
These property types offer an outstanding opportunity to own land value close to the city of Brisbane at an affordable entry price.