Property investors who have had real estate in Greenwood, 6024 should be ok with this WA suburb’s performance compared to the rest of the country. Over the last year it has seen median house prices decrease in value by -1.01%
Across a shorter period, Greenwood, 6024 has seen a median price increase of 0.82% over the last quarter.
The most recent median price for Greenwood is $490000, with sellers offering an average of -5.71% off the asking price.
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Roy Weston Real Estate
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Greenwood, a suburb located 18 kilometres from Greenwood city center, derived its name from Greenwood Forest, the initial real estate development in the area in 1969. It's also interesting to note that the nature reserves between Greenwood and Duncraig grew to become the Mitchell Freeway constructed during the mid-1980s.
Most sought-after properties: Our median price is $ 470,000. Which is suited for first home buyers and families.
Most common properties:
3x1 double brick smaller properties, some 4x1s also double brick.
Top amenities: The community features many points of interest such as Greenwood Village Shopping Centre, Greenwood Recreation Centre, Frisbee Disc Golf Course and Penistone Park. On the north western corner of the suburb lies another commercial centre, Coolibah Plaza Shopping Centre that is open seven days a week. Transportation systems are served by a railway station and Trans Greenwood buses.
Local industry and business: Just down Wanneroo Rd, is Wangara huge industrial area. Joondalup City under 10kms away.
Recent changes: Recent change to Greenwood will be the new upgraded Greenwood plaza. Some rezoning.
Best streets: The best street in Greenwood is (Hartly Ct) is ranked 1st Best Street. 4 stars
Public transport: The suburb is bounded by Wanneroo Road in the east, Warwick Road in the south, Mitchell Freeway in the west and Hepburn Avenue in the north. Train station near the Greenwood community (Hepburn Train Station).