• Suburb spotlight: Carlisle


    We’re putting the suburb spotlight on Carlisle, which recorded a median house price of $582,250 for the year to June 2017.

    Located east of the Perth CBD, Carlisle is a well-established suburb currently undergoing redevelopment. Close to the Victoria Park entertainment precinct and Armadale train line, Carlisle residents enjoy a convenient lifestyle close to major amenities.

    House price

    Carlisle’s median house price of $582,250 for the year to June 2017 (based on settled sales as at 18 September) represents a small 2.2 per cent annual decline in median house price growth.

    To purchase a house in the suburb’s lower quartile price range, you could expect to pay around $447,000, while its upper quartile house price sits at $600,000.

    Unit price

    Unit prices in Carlisle provide improved affordability for residents, with the median price of a unit in the area recorded at $450,000 for the year to June 2017 (based on settled sales as at 18 September).

    You could expect to purchase a unit in Carlisle for around $435,000 if buying in the suburb’s lower quartile, while its upper quartile unit price sits at $480,000.

    Land price

    For buyers who want to purchase a block of land to build their dream home, the median land price in Carlisle is $329,500.

    The upper and lower quartile land prices in Carlisle are set at $385,000 and $320,000 respectively.

    Suburbs close to Carlisle include Kewdale, East Victoria Park and Victoria Park.

    For more information, visit the Carlisle suburb profile.

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