Statistically Speaking ......
The property price index in the area for July to Sept 2013 was $340,000 based on 66 government verified sales. This represents a 5.9% increase when compared to the same period as last year.
In addition to this, compared to the same period last year, there was an increase of 10% in the number of properties sold from 60 to 66 recorded government verified sales.
There are currently 91 properties for sale and 37 listings for rent in Burpengary.
The median list price for the week ended 17/02/14 was $350,000, up by 6.06%.
The median sold price for the quarter ended 31/12/13 was $316,666, down by 0.73%
38 properties have been sold in Burpengary since November 2013.
Information sourced from onthehouse.com.au
Burpengary Market Stats Snapshot
Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre
There is a mix of residential, lifestyle acreage homes and rural properties in Burpengary, with space aplenty for new developments featuring larger than average blocks, and rural land continues to be sub-divided. The older residential areas of Burpengary feature high-set weatherboard and low-set brick homes.
While the area used to be home to mostly retirees, this is changing, with a large number of families who enjoy wide open spaces shifting to the region. Two new high schools have opened in the last few years and more primary schools are expected to open in the near future.
Regular rail services and the nearby national highway make Brisbane easily accessible, allowing residents to work in the city but enjoy living in tranquil, rural surroundings.
The proximity to Caboolture which offers a relaxed, yet rich and diverse lifestyle, with beautiful beaches and stunning mountain scenery (all less than half an hour from Brisbane), is the main reason why thousands of people move to the area every year; making Burpengary on of the fastest growing areas in Australia.
Some of Burpengary's features include Caboolture Regional Sports Park, Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre, Burpengary Sports Ground, Caboolture Regional Environmental Education Centre, Burpengary Equestrian Centre, Cabootlure Clay Target Club, Explorer Park and O'Brien Environmental Reserve.
Burpengary was named from an Aboriginal word meaning 'place of green wattle'.