What the $835,000 median house price gets in Sydney

What the $835,000 median house price gets in Sydney
What the $835,000 median house price gets in Sydney

 After CoreLogic recently reported a median house price of $835,000 in Sydney, Property Observer went searching for what that got.

Starting at the lower range of the median price, $825,000 will comfortable purchase a six-bedroom, four-bathroom house on Lot 9, Lakeside Parade in Jordan Springs (above) in Sydney’s greater west, due to be completed in December. The offer is stamp-duty free. 

Keeping in Sydney’s western suburbs, $835,000 will also purchase a four-bedroom, two-bathroom, single-storey house on 77 Barnea Avenue, Caddens (below). The brand new house is located on a 410 square metre block of land. 

What the 5,000 median house price gets in Sydney 

The median price will also purchase a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house at 69 Brougham Street, Emu Plains (below). The luxury house was built by ZAC Homes. 

What the 5,000 median house price gets in Sydney 

Still within the median price range, a three-bedroom, one-bathroom house at 36 The Crescent in Toongabbie (below). The newly renovated home has a low-maintenance yard which features a veggie patch. 

What the 5,000 median house price gets in Sydney

The five-bedroom, three-bathroom house at 5 Tulloch Place, St Claire (below) was recently sold for between $839,950 and $879,950. The newly renovated house sits on 672 square metres of land.

What the 5,000 median house price gets in Sydney

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