Attadale and Applecross in hot demand

5 August 2023

Attadale and Applecross are among the most sought-after suburbs that Perth house hunters want to call home.

Real Estate Institute of Western Australia statistics show spectacular demand for homes in Attadale, with the average number of online views per property on more than double the Perth average.

Data shows Attadale attracted an average of 269 views per property in the past fortnight, compared to the Perth average of 113, and now has a median price of $1.49 million.

In Applecross, there was an average of 133 views per property on in the past two weeks, while Ardross was in line with the Perth average with 111 views per property.

Applecross has a median price of $2 million, while Ardross is sitting at $1.02 million.

Mont Property Managing Director Matthew Podesta said buyers were attracted to Applecross and Attadale for its superb riverfront location, close proximity to the city, quality homes and stunning streetscapes.

“There are a lot of reasons people want to live in Attadale and Applecross,” Mr Podesta said.

“Attadale and Applecross are two of the most picturesque and liveable suburbs in Perth, and have some of our city’s most impressive properties, so it’s no surprise the homes listed for sale are hotly contested.

“Quality homes in quality suburbs will always attract keen interest from both genuine buyers and those watching the market.

“And when you consider the current market, with extremely low stock levels, homes in these suburbs are even more sought-after.”

Mr Podesta said strong demand meant homes along the southern riverfront corridor were also fetching good prices with increased buyer activity and competitiveness so now was an opportune time to consider listing your property for sale.

Average online views per property on in the past two weeks

Attadale: 269

Applecross: 133

Ardross: 111

Mount Pleasant: 95

Melville: 91

Booragoon: 85

East Fremantle: 70

Bicton: 68

Alfred Cove: 24


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