Northern Beaches suburb, Curl Curl, known for its big blocks and beach lifestyle has joined the area’s $2 million plus club. CoreLogic RP Data released new property figures to show that the median house sale price has tipped over to $2.06 million.
Over the last five years, the median house price has grown a massive 73.1%. Tim Mumford of Stone Real Estate is not surprised by this massive growth and believes that prices have been driven up by the suburb’s prime location which is close to Manly and the Sydney CBD and also due to the large blocks available.
“We have seen a lot of young families who have sold apartments in Manly, Fairlight and Queenscliff and had good capital growth, and are now looking for big family homes,” Mumford says.
Mumford believes that other northern beaches will also crack the $2 million house sale median in 2016.
Median House Sale Price for Northern Beaches:
- Whale Beach: $3 million
- Ingleside: $2.85 million
- Clontarf: $2.5 million
- Manly: $2.2 million
- Balgowlah Heights: $2.15 million
- Palm Beach: $2.1 million
- Curl Curl: $2.06 million
- Seaforth: $1.99 million
- Freshwater: $1.89 million
- Balgowlah: $1.77 million
- North Curl Curl: $1.72 million
- North Balgowlah: $1.6 million
Are you considering purchasing a property in Curl Curl? Make sure you speak to our Sydney building inspectors before you sign any contract or you could end up paying even more in the long run.
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