And there is plenty of room to kick a ball at 52 Brush Box Place Heathwood …The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on a 907sq m block and also borders bushland, so there is plenty of space for the kids to burn off some energy. With no neighbours at the rear, the kids can burn off some serious energy at this house at 5 Pennington St in WakerleyMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“This home is the one that has the elusive backyard with a big pool and no neighbours at the rear,” according to the advertisement on realestate.com.au.The four-bedroom house also has a third living area upstairs that could be converted to a fifth bedroom if needed. There is also a media room, a large living and dining space that opens to the outdoor area.The property backs on to bushland and has direct access to the park, playgrounds and open fields. It is being marketed by RE/MAX Advantage’s Manly agent Todd Gerhardt.Jodi Meynell of McGrath Estate Agents Paddington is marketing 52 Brush Box Place at Heathwood. … and share a family dinner.In Moggill, 47 Salubris Place is a fully fenced and level 715sq m block in a quiet cul-de-sac. There is also a playground and sandpit, and an undercover outdoor area for entertaining or watching the kids play. It is listed with Kym Saunders of Plum Property – Toowong. This home at 47 Salubris Place in Moggill is on a fully-fenced and level 715sq m block, and comes with a playground and sandpit.Welcome to Brisbane’s nursery suburbs, where pint-sized residents rule.They are the suburbs with the highest percentage of children aged nine years or under, and the middle-ring suburb of Wakerley is in the top spot.One fifth – or 20.5 per cent – of the suburb is populated by the 0-9 years demographic, according to the latest property data from CoreLogic.Not far behind Wakerley is Upper Kedron, a suburb with a mix of older private homes, Defence rentals and a new estate, Ellendale. Here, 19.9 per cent of the suburb is made up of children under nine years, with a number of existing schools and parks in the area and a water park under construction. Drewvale, 28km south of the city, is in third spot, with 19.1 per cent of its population aged under 10.Heathwood (18.6 per cent) and Moggill (18.1 per cent) round out the Top 5 suburbs with the highest percentage of children aged zero to nine years, according to CoreLogic.So what does a family home in these suburbs look like? And what are the must-haves or lust-haves?Four out of the five suburbs are considered to be “high demand suburbs” by realestate.com.au; with all five popular with buyers with families. Most listings feature at least four bedrooms, a large backyard and easy access to good schools.The recent REIQ Market Monitor for the June quarter showed that annual median sales prices in four out of five of the family-friendly suburbs had posted double digit growth in the past five years.Wakerley’s median house price has reached $734,000 (up 17.9 per cent in five years), while Drewvale had the biggest percentage increase over the same period, up 32.3 per cent to $622,000.One property sure to keep the kids happy is 5 Pennington St, Wakerley.
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