With its highly accessible transport links for the city and fantastic village-style living, the suburb attracts a median house price of $1,050,000 and a median unit price of $722,000.
We see Waverton as a suburb with a strong capital growth potential thanks to its prime location and easy access to the city. The suburb comprises mainly established properties some of which offer investors the opportunity to add capital value through cosmetic renovations.
The suburb represents the best of all worlds for residential tenants, being located only a matter of minutes from the city and Sydney’s wonderful natural harbour and boasting an impressive suburb centre with its coffee shops and restaurants.
Despite its proximity to the harbour Waverton retains a distinctly village-like atmosphere and includes a supermarket, as well as other smaller stores including a butcher’s shop and other boutique offerings.
Waverton also plays host to the Balls Head Reserve – a bushland peninsula – which is a popular destination for leisure-seekers and picnics, and never more so than when Sydney Harbour displays its spectacular firework displays. Waverton Park, on the banks of Berry’s Bay with incredible views across Sydney’s natural Harbour, is another popular destination.
The lower north-shore is popular with residential buyers and investors alike, and is expected to demonstrate strong capital growth both in houses and apartments over the coming years.