Homeowners are continually choosing to reinvest in the quiet and friendly suburb of Salisbury. And it is no wonder, Salisbury offers residents considerable amenities and the welcoming local demeanour of residents and business owners is highly sought after.
Queenslanders and workers cottages are dotted throughout the suburb. These homes, in particular, are primed and ready for renovations and extensions as well as raised and built-in underneath. A highlight for many residents is the fact that there are no large-scale developments within Salisbury, and no known plans to do so either. For many residents, it is a very attractive bonus that the houses in the area retain their original character from yesteryear.
The public transport throughout this suburb is some of the finest within the greater Brisbane area, with regular buses and an express train from Salisbury station that takes just 25 minutes to reach the CBD.
Salisbury’s local amenities offer all residents need with a host of schools, shops, medical facilities, parks, and other recreational areas. Residents can also look forward to the renowned Sunnybank and Rocklea markets on the weekend.
For things that can’t be found in Salisbury’s local shops, the Indooroopilly and Garden City shopping centres are only 15 minutes away, both of which present ample parking and a vast array of diverse shopping opportunities.
As well as being close to the major shopping centres Salisbury is just a stone’s throw from Griffith University. Both the Nathan and Mount Gravatt campuses are only minutes away from Salisbury by car or bus.
For families or couples looking to grow their family, Salisbury is set in Salisbury State School, Southside Christian College, St Pius X Primary School catchment areas. All of the schools have considerable reputations and offer many additional extracurricular activities.
Homes for sale in Salisbury receive twice the normal number of views for a Queensland property, many people are learning about the previously hidden gem of Salisbury and are looking to move or invest. Properties for sale in Salisbury close, on average, for $590,000. Homes in Salisbury saw an Annual Capital Growth of 4.48%, well above the Queensland average. For those in the area, a renovation or extension is an excellent way to increase property value if you decide to sell or modify your home to suit your needs.
Bishop Construction Services are available to assist you with any home renovation project. We have considerable experience in not only renovations, but also extensions, house raising, and much more. We pride ourselves on our local knowledge and believe that we represent the epitome of business for locals by locals.
Bishop Construction Services are available to quote on your next building project so contact us today.