Clayfield Suburb Profile
Clayfield Suburb Profile Located just 6 kilometres North East of the Brisbane CBD, Clayfield would be considered one of the more prestigious suburbs in Brisbane. The area is dominated with post war homes in an even mix of Queenslander Style and Brick and Tile type homes. Streets are treelined with many parks and good state and private schools.
Clayfield’s range of large houses close to parks and good state and private schools has made it a natural choice for families and couples looking to put down roots for the long term.
There is very good access to public transport with both Rail and Bus networks servicing the area. There is also very easy and fast access to the Brisbane Tunnel network, making travel to the southern and western suburbs very easy. Brisbane airport is no more than a 10 minute drive and for those living closer to the Brisbane river can take advantage of the Brisbane City Cat ferry service.
Another feature of the area is the close proximity to the Brisbane Racing Clubs in Eagle Farm one suburb over.
Clayfield Median House Price
Median House Price for Clayfield 3 bedroom house is $842,000 and a 4 bedroom property is $1.1 million.
No flooding occurs in the suburb of Clayfield, excess water is directed in the ocean via Nudgee Creek.
A drive around the suburb