Just four kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, Norman Park is suburban living with the convenience and vibrancy of the city. It has easy access to many shopping centres and areas, with its own railway station and comprehensive bus services enabling easy commuting. 44% of households in Norman Park are couples without children, while a further 38% are couples with children. The vast majority of dwellings are stand-alone houses at 81%, with just 15% being units. The suburb features beautifully renovated Queenslanders, as well as post-war workers’ cottages.
Norman Park takes advantage of its location and utilises the shopping centres of the surrounding suburbs and the CBD. Cannon Hill K-Mart Plaza features over 40 specialty stores, while the Coorparoo retail precinct provides major stores such as Coles and Myer, banks and much more. For grabbing the essentials, the local shops are situated on Bennetts Road. Norman Park is in close proximity to the Morningside campus of Griffith University, as well as the Gabba. Locally, CP Bottomley Park is a popular spot for picnics and recreation activities.
Investment Property in Norman Park
Ideal for its easy access to the city life of the Brisbane CBD, a McBeath Real Estate agent can help make your dreams of Norman Park property investment come true. As we are all locals, a McBeath Real Estate agent has the expertise and knowledge to guide you through each step of the process, ensuring your satisfaction through our commitment to helping everyone find the perfect property.
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