Ashgrove House Prices & Property Market

Welcome to Ashgrove

Ashgrove is a charming and leafy residential suburb with a cosy yet upmarket neighbourhood feel. Located a mere 5.4 kilometres out of the city, the suburb of Ashgrove is characterised by its green and hilly terrain and abundance of quintessential Queenslanders – the distinguished Ashgrovian-style, wooden, character home. With a safe community spirit and an impressive selection of excellent schools, it’s an area well suited to growing families.

Neighbourhood Tags

  • Family Friendly
  • Ashgrovian Style Architecture
  • Lots of Local Parks
  • Established Suburb
  • Safe & Quiet
  • 5.4 km to CBD
  • Vantage City Views
  • Lifestyle
  • Grandeur
  • Heritage

Average Property Price

Taken from sales history report August 2016 – August 2017 and rental comparison report.

$662k House Price

$437k Unit Price

$3-4k/pm Mortgage

Commute Options

5.4km From CBD

  • 10-15 min
  • 25 min
  • 1 hour
  • 20 min

Ashgrove Propery Market: Suburb Overview & Investment Potential

Ashgrove House Prices

Ashgrove is an upmarket residential suburb in northern Brisbane. Ashgrove house prices have shown steady growth in recent times, which is likely due to it being a safe and highly sought after spot to settle and raise a family.

Ashgrove is home to quintessential Queenslanders, and its generous timber homes and Ashgrovian architecture attracts buyers with a vision of living in the suburb long term. As a result, the demand for housing is higher than the supply available, which helps to drive Ashgrove house prices up. Altogether this makes Ashgrove an ideal suburb to both invest and live in! Equity growth in Ashgrove is higher for houses than for units. As a result, units and apartments in Ashgrove affordable option for those looking for accommodation in the area.

Investing In The Ashgrove Property Market

Ever since its establishment, Ashgrove has been a suburb suited to families. Ashgrove offers amazing amenities, a fantastic schooling environment, and it is near the city. Given its heritage status, the suburb is protected from excessive new apartment or townhouse development. This helps to protect the ratio of houses to units, thereby keeping house prices in Ashgrove at the higher end of the scale. Overall, Ashgrove is a hugely liveable suburb with excellent infrastructure and generously sized Ashgrovian-style homes. A decent portion of homes in this suburb are owner-occupied, but rental properties can yield good returns for property investors.

    • Bedrooms
    • Buy Price
    • Rental Price
    • 2 Beds
    • $646,000
    • $400
    • 3 Beds
    • $770,000
    • $482
    • 4 Beds
    • $995,000
    • $700
    • 5 Beds
    • $1,269,000
    • $762

Average House Price

$662k Buy

$545 Rent

    • Bedrooms
    • Buy Price
    • Rental Price
    • 1 Beds
    • $289,000
    • $295
    • 2 Beds
    • $421,750
    • $395
    • 3 Beds
    • $641,000
    • $455
    • 4 Beds
    • $618,000
    • -

Average Unit Price

$437k Buy

$399 Rent

Household Structure
Primary Demographics
Household Income
    • 0-15K
    • 2.4%
    • 15-31K
    • 9.4%
    • 31-52K
    • 9.8%
    • 52-78K
    • 11.9%
    • 78-130K
    • 18.3%
    • 130-180K
    • 22.9%
    • 180K +
    • 14.6%

Ashgrove School Catchments

Ashgrove is home to a wide range of highly-esteemed schools, both state and private, so it’s an excellent location for families with school-aged children.

    • Ashgrove State School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • 31 Glory St, Ashgrove, 4060
    • (07) 3858 4777
    • Oakleigh State School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • Buxton Street, Ashgrove, 4060
    • (07) 3510 2888
    • St Finbarr's School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • Betheden Terrace, Ashgrove, 4060
    • (07) 3366 1397
    • Mater Dei Catholic Primary School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • 7 Lynwood Crescent, Ashgrove West, 4060
    • (07) 3514 4100
    • Mt St Michael’s College
    • Girls
    • Secondary
    • 67 Elimatta Dr, Ashgrove, QLD 4060
    • (07) 3858 4222
    • Marist College
    • Boys
    • Combined
    • 142 Frasers Road, Ashgrove, QLD 4060
    • (07) 3858 4555


The highly coveted Ashgrovian lifestyle is peaceful and relaxed, yet the leafy oasis is located only 5.4 kilometres away from Brisbane’s city centre. With its neighbourly community spirit, Ashgrove is an area well-suited to families. There are a number of walking tracks, parks, and sports clubs in the area (including a golf course) and a selection of excellent and highly esteemed schools, both private and state.

Ashgrove is renowned for its beautiful and generously sized heritage homes that date back to the early post-war period. Ashgrovian architecture epitomizes the classic Queensland home, and the suburb is decorated with distinguished traditional timber and tin houses. Its historical significance protects the area from large-scale developments, but it has great scope for renovation – making it an excellent spot for growing families.

This safe, family oriented suburb is complemented by vantage city views and stunning greenery. Ashgrove is a walkable neighbourhood with a niche cafe culture. Residents can easily walk to nearby restaurants, cafes, and bars, or run errands by foot. There are a number of local vendors and shops, and even a major shopping centre in the heart of Ashgrove.

Ashgrove has something special to offer its residents. It is a suburb where new generations are choosing to raise their families. The “Avenues” area provides a great neighbourly spirit, and Main Ashgrove provides a comfortable, convenient area with ample green space and parklands.

5.4km From CBD

Ashgrove is nestled into North Brisbane, and surrounding areas include The Gap, Paddington, and the infamous Mount Coot-Tha. It’s a highly walkable suburb with the majority of residents can easily run errands by foot or walk to nearby cafes and shops. Despite its quiet, leafy ambience and beautiful heritage home grandeur, Ashgrove is a mere 5.4 kilometres from Brisbane’s city centre.

  • 10-15 min
  • 25 min
  • 1 hour
  • 20 min

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