Mitchelton Suburb Profile
Mitchelton Suburb Profile located 9km north-west of Brisbane’s CBD is characterised by weatherboard homes built during the 1950s and 1960s. The area is very popular and has experienced good capital growth in the past few years.
Blackwood Street has been transformed into a small hub of cafes and restaurants catering to an influx of young families restoring or renovating older homes in the area.
These same attractions have led to increased activity around Mitchelton and sustained pressure to convert single-unit dwellings to higher density housing.
The popularity of the area is also reflected in the price growth experienced over the last few years.
The suburb, which covers an area of 3.8sq km, offers many sporting facilities such as the West Mitchelton Rugby League club, squash courts, soccer club and bowling greens.
Schools in the area include Mitchelton State High School and State School, and Mt Maria College
Brookside Shopping Centre, which opened in 1971 and was one of the first retail shopping centres in Brisbane, offers residents a choice of two large supermarkets, Myer, Target and smaller retail chains.
Residents are also close to Arana Plaza in the neighbouring suburb of Arana Hills and within 15 minutes of larger complexes, including Stafford City Shopping Centre and Westfield Chermside, both with cinema and entertainment outlets.
There are some very expensive pockets of Mitchelton with properties in the Million dollar price range but then just around the corner are older pockets of much cheaper housing.
Median House Price : $648,700
Distance to Brisbane CBD : 8.4 Kilometers