With almost 60 years of combined experience, the Penrose team brings local knowledge and passion to Brisbane real estate. Grant and Christina Penrose share a passion for helping people to find their new homes or investments, achieving their dream price in record time. Due to spending their careers working within and around Brisbane, 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 signing up with Penrose to sell your property or to help you buy, you are signing up for guaranteed results based on decades of experience. You will receive a free consultation appointment so we can understand your goals and vision before imploring advanced marketing strategies to boost you to the top of the listings.
We are committed to providing constant communication, keeping you notified, so you can have knowledge and peace of mind going into your property decisions. Grant is an expert auctioneer and with his skills on your side for no extra charge, selling your home has never been easier.
We know what it takes to sell Brisbane properties for the highest return, including how to gain the most interest from prospective buyers and how to make your property shine within the market. Our strategies and an extensive list of contacts will reach buyers far and wide, putting your house on the most wanted list of many potential buyers.
We are passionate about finding the right property for you in Brisbane's booming real estate market, so you too can experience all the opportunity, excitement, and lifestyle that QLD has to offer. Kenmore Hills, around 10km from the Brisbane CBD, provides a perfect home base for many busy families and working professionals in Brisbane. We can help you to settle into your new house with our extensive local knowledge and market understanding.
Kenmore Hills is a charming Brisbane suburb nestled in the foothills of Mt. Coot-tha. Because the suburb is so near to the forest park, its lands are comprised of both lush acreage and large residential allotments. Residents of this suburb enjoy leafy greenery, established gardens and tranquil parklands.
In addition to these quiet spaces, Kenmore Hills has many facilities to make the lives of residents easier. With two decent-sized shopping centres, an array of public and private schools within an easy commute, plus medical facilities and employment opportunities close by - there is something for everyone in Kenmore Hills.
Residents in Kenmore Hills enjoy larger, quiet blocks without neighbours being right on their fence line. Native trees and vegetation attract birds and wildlife to make you feel a world away. With room to stretch out, the kids and pets can enjoy active weekends without leaving home.
The proximity of Coles and Woolworths is within easy walking distance from many properties, so you will truly have everything you need.
For families looking to live closer to their elderly loved ones they will enjoy an easy commute to Blue Care Iona Retirement Village, situated amidst the scenic bushland of Kenmore Hills.
With both developed estates and large blocks of land within the suburb, there is something for everyone in this oasis just minutes from the CBD.
Kenmore Hills is a small community tucked between the larger suburbs of Brookfield and Kenmore.
Because of Kenmore Hills’ limited area size, school-aged residents attend classes in the neighbouring suburbs of Brookfield, Kenmore and Chapel Hill.
Brookfield offers the Brisbane Independent School and Brookfield State School. Students also have the option of attending nearby schools in the Kenmore area, such as Our Lady of the Rosary School, Kenmore State High School or even Chapel Hill State School.
While there isn't a wealth of opportunity within the suburb itself for employment, Brisbane's well-connected public transport network provides an easy commute for students and professionals alike.
The demand for properties in Kenmore Hills is particularly high, with 2057 visits per property compared to the average of 768 per property. The median price of homes in this suburb is around $1,317,500 to buy, gaining a rental yield of $750 per week. The price and the demand for homes increased sharply in 2020, hitting the 1m mark and increasing to where it sits today.
With a population of nearly 2,500, the average age is over 60, with 87% of residents owning their homes and 57% being a family unit. Established families and couples comprise 20.6% of the population, older couples make up 30.2%, and young families at a low 2.0%.