THESE are the suburbs where everyone wants to buy a house — the ones in southeast Queensland that have chalked up the highest number of sales in the past 12 months.
According to the latest figures from CoreLogic, Buderim is tops within Queensland for house sales, with 570 changing hands in the past 12 months.
This was followed by Upper Coomera on the Gold Coast which recorded 499 houses sales, Caboolture with 498 sales and North Lakes with 439 sales.
Also achieving more than 400 sales in the past 12 months was Morayfield on 426, Narangba 414 and Kallangur 411.
At Buderim, a four-bedroom house at 21 Pertaka St is scheduled for auction on September 22. The home has an elegant formal lounge area with high ceilings and a fireplace.
The main bedroom has ocean views and there is a walk-through wardrobe and an ensuite. Timber flooring is a feature of the home, which is listed through Lou Cooper and Ambre Perry of McGrath — Buderim.
In Upper Coomera a house at 44 Yarrayne Valley Drive is also listed for auction on September 22.
The five-bedroom house is on 1.39ha and is surrounded by the hinterland forest. The kitchen has a butler’s pantry and leads out to a covered entertainment and pool area. The main bedroom has a private living space.
On the lower level of the house is an open-plan dining and lounge area with ducted airconditioning and a media room.
It is listed through Gary Bartsch and Saskia Bartsch of Raine & Horne Upper Coomera.
In Caboolture, a four-bedroom family home at 64 Lesley Ave is listed for offers of more than $505,000.
The home is in a cul-de-sac and has landscaped gardens. The main bedroom has an ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe.
There is a formal lounge and dining area with a fireplace and the kitchen has a five-burner gas stove.
It has three split-system airconditioners and fans throughout the house. There is also a swimming pool.
It is listed through Narelle Cordaro of All Around Realty — Caboolture South.