Arguably Spring Hill’s greatest asset is the suburbs accessibility. With transport, entertainment, outdoor spaces and Brisbane’s Central Business District at your doorstep residents rarely want for more. The area is rich in cultural heritage with workers cottages, historical baths and some of Brisbane’s landmark architectural buildings including tower mill.
Eating, drinking & shopping
There are plenty of great dining options in and around Spring Hill. If you’re looking for a local café, take-away, pub or restaurant you’ll find it here. Shopping in the Spring Hill area is fantastic. The Chinatown Mall, Brunswick Street Mall and Queen Street are all within easy reach.
REIQ research shows that the median house price in the suburb for the calendar year to August 2009 was just under $760,000 and the median unit price for the same period was $490,000.
On New Farm’s doorstep is a suburb of similar historic and cultural value. With a seamless blend of old and new, Spring Hill is only a stones through away from the CBD and residents enjoy using Brisbane City, Fortitude Valley and New Farm as their playgrounds.
New designer buildings and fancy eateries like e’cco have crept from the CBD to the edges of Spring Hill making it a trendy place to live, but also family friendly with several schools, parks and child care facilities nearby.
Walking distance from Roma Street Parklands or South Bank, Spring Hill residents get the best of both worlds, inner city convenience and parkland on their doorstep to rival some of suburbia’s best open space.