With almost 60 years of combined experience, the Penrose team bring local knowledge and passion to real estate in Anstead and the Greater Brisbane region. Grant and Christina Penrose are passionate about helping people find new homes or investments, achieving their dream price in record time. With Grant and Christina - you can rest assured that you’re getting a friendly and approachable local team who understands your market, can predict trends, and help you to buy or sell for the best possible price.
When you choose Grant and Christina to sell your property or to help you to buy, you’re signing up for guaranteed results. You’ll receive a free consultation to explain your goals and vision, advanced marketing strategies to boost you to the top of the listings plus constant communication and updates with friendly and approachable service. Additionally, their home staging skills are second to none, and you’ll find a free expert auctioneer in Grant.
Whether you’re looking to sell your family home or purchase sprawling acreage, the Anstead team will bring their expertise and local knowledge along every step of the way to meet your real estate needs.
From your initial free consultation, Grant and Christina will understand your offering and determine how it will fit among the current market and sales trends. Their not-so-little black book of contacts is yours to use, with networks of potential buyers reaching across the seas. With the latest in marketing innovation, expert staging and photography, the Penrose team will have your property looking its best, expertly presented on the screens and kitchen tables of those who will flock to your street on Auction or Open Home Day, ready to buy.
The Brisbane real estate market is booming with those wanting to move to the Sunshine State, and we can’t blame them! If you’re considering relocating to Anstead, 21km from Brisbane’s CBD, we are here to help and can work with you to find your dream property among our extensive network of homes for sale. With local knowledge tracing back to childhood and a lifelong commitment to the area, we know Anstead better than the back of our hands and can help you to settle in with our understanding of market trends, local service providers and priceless neighbourhood knowledge.
Anstead is a small yet sprawling suburb located within Brisbane’s Western suburbs around 21 km from Brisbane’s CBD. With a lower price tag than neighbouring acreage with the same lifestyle benefits, Anstead boasts a rural residential feel, reflecting its cattle farming roots, with sprawling homes on acreage featuring flairs of modern appeal. Anstead is known as clean and green, safe, good for internet access, positive for easy traffic flow and full of friendly neighbours.
Within easy driving distance to all the city has to offer, Anstead is a popular choice for many demographics from families with kids to retirees. There is little concern for how one would get from point A to point B, no matter where they wish to go, with highly accessible bus stops in common areas such as Moggill Road, Pinjarra Road and Mt Crosby Road to name a few. Additionally, there are ample bike tracks for either convenience or mountain biking for those who prefer combining their exercise with transport. Cafes and shopping options abound at the nearby New Moggill Shopping Centre, Kenmore Village, The Pullenvale Marketplace or the Plaza on the way home from the city.
Running a household and maintaining a busy life is simple for families with local small businesses for every need from dog grooming to pest control and household maintenance. Families can spend their weekends enjoying a Café breakfast at one of the many local options or at the bushland reserves and parks, which include horse riding, bushwalking, play areas and public barbeques to make the most of Brisbane’s sunny weather.
Anstead is a perfect home base for busy professionals, working families and retirees, with perfect walking and biking tracks, the famous Anstead Bushland Reserve or other local parks for weekend relaxation plus public transport opportunities galore. With the city in proximity, residents are never short for entertainment day or night, and can easily catch a bus home which will likely stop close to their home. Whether the entertainment of choice is to watch a play at QPAC, a sporting match at Suncorp, or take a dip at Southbank, the spoils of the city are easy to enjoy without the hustle and bustle being too close by.
The homes in Anstead are a combination of modern, freshly built homes, and sprawling traditional homes on spacious blocks. The homeowners of this sleepy suburb are lucky to own a slice of the country among the city, combining modern life with the small-town feel of old.
Around 26% of people in Anstead attend an educational facility, and residents have the option of sending their children to the public schools in neighbouring suburbs such as Moggill Primary, Mount Crosby State School, Karalee State School and Moggill State Preschool. Alternatively, the suburbs surrounding the city are ripe with private schooling options with easy bus commutes, such as Ipswich Girls & Boys Grammar Schools, St Peters, Ambrose Tracey, Brisbane Grammar School, Stuartholme School and St. Aiden’s Girls School. Travel to work or university is made simple with the many public transport options available, or the CBD being so close by with a commute of well under an hour.
Anstead is popular among investors and owner-occupiers with seasoned homeowners residing in this stable and comfortable suburb. Most of the properties in this area are full-sized homes on decent blocks of land, which, combined with its proximity to the city, places the median price in the $900,000 range. The price of homes in Anstead experienced a sharp peak in 2015, with prices increasing by almost $200,000 in two years, leading them to where they sit today.
A whopping 90% of people own their home in this region, however, Anstead remains a high demand market, with 1928 visits per property – much more than the QLD average of 815 visits per property.
With a relatively small population of 1495 people, the average age of those living in Anstead is between 40 and 59. Around 90% of people own their home, and 62% identify as a family unit. The suburb is made up mainly of older couples and families with adolescents or adult children, followed closely by maturing couples and families.