Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar
Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

Middleton Grange has had the biggest housing stock decline in New South Wales, according to Investar’s latest report.

The property data firm says that housing stock in Middleton Grange has fallen by 71 percent from a year ago.

This is followed by Burradoo with a 63 percent decline in stock and Stanhope Gardens 62 percent down.

Suburb

Postcode

Median price

Current sales stock

Sales stock 1 year ago

Sales stock decline

Middleton Grange

2171

$797,000

30

106

71%

Burradoo

2576

$1,490,000

22

61

63%

Stanhope Gardens

2768

$840,000

20

54

62%

Smithfield

2164

$749,000

21

52

59%

Cambridge Park

2747

$560,000

22

52

57%

Fairfield West

2165

$697,000

20

47

57%

Kellyville Ridge

2155

$940,000

20

46

56%

Castle Hill

2154

$1,350,000

56

128

56%

Condell Park

2200

$844,500

18

41

56%

Tura Beach

2548

$489,000

41

92

55%

A four bedroom house at 107 Robey Avenue, Middleton Grange (above) has been listed for sale.

A four bedroom house at 173 Middleton Drive, Middleton Grange (below) has been recently sold for $780,000.

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

Similarly a four bedroom house at 4 Elevon Street, Middleton Grange (below) has been sold for $790,000.

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

Similarly a three bedroom house at 24 Stanley Avenue, Middleton Grange (below) was recently sold for $725,000.

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

A three bedroom house at 3 Moyne Close, Burradoo (below) has been listed for between $1.3 million to $1.43 million.

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

A five bedroom house at 22 Charlotte Street, Burradoo (below) was recently sold for $1.37 million.

Middleton Grange scores highest housing stock decrease in New South Wales: Investar

 

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