Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter
Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

Melbourne's Warrandyte topped the list of suburbs in December 2015 quarterly growth, according to latest REIV stats. 

Nearly all (98%) of dwellings in Warrandyte were houses, according to RP Data.

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Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

 

*Only suburbs with at least 50 sales in the relevant quarter are included

Property Observer looked up recent sales in Warrandyte on www.realestateview.com.au and came up with these:

Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

1. A four-bedroom house with a landscaped native garden at 15 West End Road (above) sold for $1,060,000.

Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

2. A five-bedroom two-storey house on 60 Lynette Avenue (above) fetched $1,070,000. 

Warrandyte tops Melbourne median price growth in December quarter

3. A three-bedroom dwelling at 230 Heidelberg-Warrendyte Road (above) went for $990,000.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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