What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?
What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

The median price of a house in Adelaide was $420,000 for the quarter to June, according to RP Data-Rismark.

Property Observer looks at the city's recent sales to see what exactly that sum will buy you.

  1. 14 Smith Avenue, Woodville West

    What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

    This house in Adelaide's western suburbs sold for $425,000 in May. With a 782 square metre plot, the listing information stated:
    "Build two and live in one! Sell the other! Divide the land and sell! Rent the current home out knowing you can develop later on."

    The existing house is a 1950s era three bedder.

  2. 77 Hartley Road, Flinders Park

    What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

    This three bedroom brick house sold for $417,000. With carpeted bedrooms and tiled living areas, the house was described as "quirky and quaint" by the listing agent, who also suggested a subdivision, given the 600 square metre plot.

    Price: $417,000
    Bedrooms: Three
    Drive to CBD: 12 minutes

  3. 3 Glenbrook Close, Marden

    What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

    Sold for $423,500 in April, this Marden home has three bedrooms and one bathroom. It has floorboards throughout and a substantial backyard, with a carport. The home is located near Willow Bend Rserve along the River Torrens.

    Price: $423,000
    Bedrooms: Three
    Drive to CBD: 14 minutes

  4. 16 Third Avenue, Semaphore Park

    What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

    Described as a "good candidate to be demolished" by the selling agent, this two bedroom home sold for $420,000 in June. The two bedroom, one bathroom house has, according to the agent, "been in the family for many years".
    Price: $420,000
    Bedrooms: Two
    Drive to CBD: 23 minutes

  5. 7 Mead Street, Birkenhead

    What can you buy for Adelaide's median house price?

    This 1870s era terrace near the beach sold for $425,000. The two storey home has a bay window, timber joinery, a cast iron balustrade and blue stone walls. There is a newly built extension on the house, with a tiled open plan living area and new bathroom, laundry and toilet.

    Price: $425,000
    Bedrooms: Three
    Drive to CBD: 22 minutes
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