What are the best areas in Adelaide to Rent a property
For the purposes of this analysis, suburbs are ranked based on a number of factors including proximity to the beach or a river, schools, parks, plus transit and drive times to the nearest CBD. The ABS location database – Australian Statistical Geography Standard 2016 was used for the calculations. CBD areas were ruled out of the analysis. AC Property is using an article based on the same findings on Realestate.com.au
1. North Brighton
North Brighton is beachside suburb located around 13 kilometres south of Adelaide’s CBD – a 25-minute drive by car or 49-minute commute by public transport.
The median house price in North Brighton is $710,000, where 90% of residents have education facilities within close proximity, and 100% have parklands within easy reach.
Residents of North Brighton have a reasonable commute to the city centre – 25 minutes by car and 49 minutes using public transport. 90% of residents have education facilities within 500m of their front doors, and 100% have parklands within easy reach — making it the most lifestyle-friendly suburb, according to new data released by Realestate.com.au*.
2. Henley Beach South
Located just over nine kilometers west of Adelaide’s CBD, Henley Beach South is a coastal suburb where the median house price is $935,000 and the median unit price is $264,500.
Its close proximity to the city makes for short transit times – a 22-minute drive or 46-minute commute using public transport. Henley Beach South is known for its abundance of green space, with 100% of homes within easy reach of parklands and 63% of residents close to education facilities.
3. Henley Beach
Henley Beach is another beachside suburb located 10 kilometres from the Adelaide CBD – right next to Henley Beach South – a 24-minute drive from the city centre, or 45 minutes using public transport.
The suburb is known for its long sandy beach and vibrant food scene, 57% of residents have education facilities nearby and 100% have parks within easy reach of their doorsteps. The median house price is $836,000 and the median unit price is $432,500.
Glenelg is located south-west of Adelaide’s CBD – a 21-minute drive to the city centre or 36 minutes by public transport. A popular tourist destination, thanks to its beautiful beaches and amusement park, Glenelg’s median house price is $900,000 and the median unit price is $439,000.
The suburb has a laid back but trendy vibe, and offers 89% of residents close proximity to parklands and 39% of residents education facilities nearby.
Four kilometres east of Adelaide’s CBD you’ll find Kensington – a small suburb which, unlike the rest of the city, has its streets laid out diagonally rather than in a grid. Close proximity to the city means Kensington is an 11-minute drive from the city centre or 40 minutes by public transport.
The area is characterised by Victorian-era architecture, and the median house price is $632,500 while the median unit price is $465,000. In Kensington 100% of residents have both parklands and education facilities near their home.
6. North Adelaide
North Adelaide is an affluent suburb, completely surrounded by parklands, located two kilometres north of the CBD – a 13-minute drive from the city centre or 25 minutes using public transport.
The area is known for its heritage pubs, high-end boutiques, and expansive parklands. 100% of North Adelaide residents have parks within easy reach of their doorsteps, and 76% are near education facilities. The median house price is $850,000 and the median unit price is $472,500.