What if you bought in Fitzroy North five years ago?

What if you bought in Fitzroy North five years ago?
What if you bought in Fitzroy North five years ago?

Fitzroy North has been one of the best performing suburbs in Melbourne's north east over the last five years.

Its median house price has soared from just over $1 million to $1.36 million, a price difference of $360,000.

Only Clifton Hill (+427,750) and Parkville (+$890,000) have seen their median house price grow further.

To get the latest suburb data on Fitzroy North from CoreLogic, click here.

What if you bought in Fitzroy North five years ago?

Fitzroy North, sometimes called North Fitzroy, has a distinct character, noted for its prevalence of wide streets, intact Victorian and Edwardian era terraced housing and for the Edinburgh Gardens, a large inner-city park formerly home to the Fitzroy Football Club.

Fitzroy North is adjacent to, and shares a postcode and neighbourhood character with Clifton Hill, both being government subdivisions set on elevated ground and to the same layout by Clement Hodgkinson in the 1870s.

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Suburb Spotlight North Fitzroy

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