The Types of property in Enoggera
Hilly and leafy with shady backyards and wide verandahs, the architecture of Enoggera is similar in style to its much-admired neighbours, Ashgrove and The Gap. But with some of its gems still hidden away in back streets, the prospect of unrenovated Queenslanders, heritage cottages and post-war homes is enlisting a new wave of recruits to the area.
New residents salute Enoggera’s convenience and charm.
Median Property Price / Houses in Enoggera
Median Property Price / Units in Enoggera
The Lifestyles & of people in Enoggera
The Enoggera Army base itself has three thousand residents – but the surrounding suburb is home to professionals and families who love the spacious post-war homes, easy access to the city and great public transport options. Bisected by Samford Road (running east-west) and Wardell Street (north-south), Enoggera is remarkably central to everything the inner-north west has to offer. Samford Road runs out to the beautiful Samford Valley and the D’Aguilar National Park or quickly into the city, via Newmarket and Kelvin Grove. Wardell Street links the inner-western suburbs, making it easy to pop to Ashgrove, Paddington and Toowong (or much further north towards the Sunshine Coast). There are two major bus terminals in this neighbourhood, and two train stations on the Ferny Grove line (Enoggera and Gaythorne). Enoggera is also distinguished by its easy access to quality schools, with a number of well-regarded private and public schools within its catchment.
Other Facts about Enoggera
|Enoggera State School, Everton Park State High School, Oakleigh State School
|Hillbrook Anglican School, Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School,
Marist College Ashgrove, Mt St Michaels College
|Enoggera Village, Brookside Shopping Centre
|Cafe & Dining
|ION Café & Bar, American Diner Co, Grub Street, Little Thai Cafe
|Brisbane City Council Buses, Queensland Rail