Inner North

Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton

Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton enjoy an enviable reputation of being some of Brisbane’s most prestigious suburbs. The suburbs are well-established leafy areas and are the residences of long-term Brisbane families and blue ribbon real estate.

Herston and Kelvin Grove

Kelvin Grove and Herston are two of Brisbane’s most historic suburbs. Filled with Heritage-listed buildings, educational institutions, recreational reserves and gorgeous old Queenslanders, they are exceptionally well located and have more than their fair share of landmarks. They are well-established inner suburbs with pleasant bay breezes and city views from
elevated locations.

Ashgrove and Red Hill

Ashgrove has a reputation as a well-heeled, established, inner city suburb. Renowned for its Queenslander heritage estates, it lies within the trendy north-west belt. The suburb’s close proximity to the CBD, reputable schools and upmarket neighbouring suburbs, continue to make it much sought-after and an extremely desirable address.

Alderly, Grange, Newmarket, Wilston and Windsor

This area has both prestige and convenience. Bordered by Kedron Brook to the north and Breakfast Creek to the south, these well-established suburbs are within a golden 4-5km radius of the Brisbane CBD. They retain a lovely village feel, boast great facilities and have excellent infrastructure, making commuting a breeze. Add all these attributes up and you have a recipe for highly sought-after suburbs.


Enoggera has been a nicely kept secret, with only the locals appreciating the benefits of good family homes on large blocks of land. Now, word has got out and the undervalued properties that lie just 6km from the CBD are being snapped up by savvy investors and owner-occupiers.