Far from being located in the backblocks, the southern Sunshine Coast suburb of Aroona is now at the heart of a real growth area.
Median Age: 42
% of Owners: 77.7%
% of Renters: 21%
Distance to Brisbane: 92.4km
Best Feature: Leafy established area, close to town
Aroona, located west of the Nicklin Way behind beachfront Caloundra, consists mainly of traditional brick and tile homes along with some newer beach house-style homes.
Aroona used to be classed as being 'on the edge of town' - when Ridge Haven was being developed it was in the back blocks! Now the development of surrounding suburbs such as Meridan Plains, Creekside and Kawana Forest and the creation of major roads has placed Aroona right in the heart of the action. Living in Aroona, you would only be maximum 15 minutes from Caloundra CBD, including beaches, restaurants, cafes, cinemas and sporting facilities. If views are what you're after, some home offer views across to Caloundra and out to the Coral Sea. Recent Sales in Aroona:
If you're wanting to sell your home and living in Aroona, take a look at our recently sold properties below and their selling prices. Click on the photo to be redirected to the property for photos and property details. 29 Bushlark St, Aroona - sold for $479,000 Back of house, outdoor swimming pool 11 Miranda St, Aroona - sold for $409,000 Swimming pool, backyard. Current Listings in Aroona: 6 Tarver St, Aroona Deck dining area.
Shops, such as Woolworths, Talara Primary College and Bella Grace Early Learning Centre, the area has become a very central point with easy access. Aroona has always been a family-oriented residential area with a number of parks and lots of birdlife. Ridgehaven Park is also a central park for kids to play at and his dog-friendly.
Caloundra Stockland shopping centre off Bowman Road is only 10 minutes from the beautiful Aroona, as well as being 7 minutes away from Caloundra Hospital and Caloundra Police Station, close to service stations and being 15 minutes to Kawana Shopping World for those big shopping trips!
Aroona is surrounded by leafy parks and forests and the older area of Aroona still retains it's large block sizes with some homes featuring beautiful views. There is something for everyone is this homely established area - from the first home buyer to those with millions.
Also, due to the suburb’s age, newcomers to the area are starting to renovate the older homes. In 2001, the average home cost around $163,000. Since the last census in 2011 the average cost of an Aroona home has risen to $427,000. In the 12 months to December 2006, REIQ figures had shown a rise to $360,000 – that’s a price difference of 120.9% over five years and as you can see this figure has risen even more in the 2011 census. Their figures also show Pakenham Street was the most expensive street to buy into.
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for an up-to-date market report. Aroona Market Report