Gorgeous Queenslanders and colonial homes are the mainstay here, but contemporary homes like our feature home are dialling up the heat in a tightly held market.
Ascot scores high when it comes to location, positioned seven kilometres from the CBD and close to the Brisbane River.
“It’s a very well established prestige area,” says Ray White Clayfield agent Tony Cicchiello.
“It’s close to the city, close to the airport, close to good schools and it enjoys breezes off Moreton Bay with lovely, wide leafy streets.”
It’s also home to one of the city’s best restaurant strips, Racecourse Road, where you’ll find award-winning restaurants and popular cafes, delis and bakeries.
Racecourse Road is named for the suburb’s two racecourses, Eagle Farm, run by the Queensland Turf Club and Doomben, run by the Brisbane Turf Club.
Both are well equipped for race meetings and for non-race day corporate functions and events.
The highest recorded sale price in the 2015-2016 period is $7.5 million for a property in Sutherland Avenue.