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Hidden Gems: Affordable Luxury Alternatives to Sydney’s Pricey Market

Hidden Gems: Affordable Luxury Alternatives to Sydney’s Pricey Market

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Our comprehensive report highlights select suburbs across various regions in Australia that offer a higher quality of living for homebuyers looking to spend below the Sydney median price of $1,345,000. These suburbs provide excellent amenities, scenic beauty and a vibrant community, making them attractive alternatives to Sydney's expensive market.

In Adelaide - Central and Hills, suburbs like Magill, Felixstow and Hahndorf offer stunning home styles and easy access to the Adelaide CBD. Adelaide - South features Aberfoyle Park with a family-friendly atmosphere and Brighton with its coastal charm.

The Australian Capital Territory boasts picturesque suburbs like Amaroo, Harrison and Chapman, known for their large single-level homes and excellent access to Canberra.

Brisbane - South and Brisbane - West offer diverse living options. Suburbs like Greenslopes, Salisbury and Tarragindi in the south, and Fig Tree Pocket, Graceville and Sinnamon Park in the west, provide spacious homes, scenic views and convenient city access.

The Central Coast includes Bateau Bay, Green Point and Terrigal, offering lovely outlooks and coastal living within budget. Geelong's standout suburb, Torquay, provides a balanced market with stunning views and proximity to beaches.

On the Gold Coast, Arundel, Carrara and Hope Island offer affordable gems with easy access to transport, city views and luxurious living, respectively. Hobart presents opportunities in Dodges Ferry, Sandy Bay and West Hobart, with a market favourable for buyers and offering scenic vistas.

Hunter Valley's Port Stephens region, with suburbs like Anna Bay and Corlette, offers a vibrant mix of industries and scenic beauty. Illawarra's Helensburgh and Figtree provide village vibes and large blocks and many properties with views.

The Mornington Peninsula features Mornington and Mount Martha, known for their large blocks and coastal charm. Newcastle and Lake Macquarie include Valentine and Eleebana, offering great living spaces and lake views.

Richmond-Tweed suburbs like Banora Point and Terranora offer balanced markets with stunning vistas and renovation potential. Finally, the Sunshine Coast's Buderim is perfectly located with access to beaches and highways, set to benefit from a new rail link to Brisbane.

Our report identifies these regions as promising alternatives for homebuyers seeking quality living at more affordable prices.

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