Close to the best schools
Rd you can’t actually hear any traffic, which is great,’’ she says. ‘‘There is close proximity to Linden Park Primary School and there is a bus stop nearby.’’
She also says it is a safe area that is good for someone who is active.
‘‘There are also great walks around there, being from the country that was attractive for us, we could duck up the back of Glen Osmond and Beaumont and it felt like we were in the country,’’ Ms Newbold says.
Information from RP Data and the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that St Georges has a population of 1,423.
The median sale price for houses in December was $750,000, which is just below the $750,500 for the Burnside council area.
The median price for units was $625,000, which is more than the $378,500 for the council area.
Neale Realty managing director Rosalind Neale, who is selling Ms Newbold’s property, says St Georges is a tightly-held area because of its proximity to schools.
‘‘It is the sheer convenience of some of the best schools, the international school at Glenunga High and Linden Park Primary are both highly sought after,’’ she says.
‘‘You are also within walking distance of Seymour.’’
She says Ms Newbold’s unit is a bit different because there aren’t many units in the suburb.
‘‘The beauty of this place is that it is solid brick and totally renovated inside,’’ she says.
THE NUMBER of quality schools in the area and the proximity to the Burnside Village shopping centre attracted Alexandra Newbold to a St Georges unit.
‘‘The location was perfect for us with the close proximity to a boarding school, and one of our daughter’s could duck to university,’’ she says.
‘‘And it’s close to Burnside Village and other facilities.’’
Ms Newbold, who is selling her Anglesey Ave home, says the street is quiet and also has access to public transport.
‘‘Even though it is close to Portrush
QUIET STREET: Alexandra and Scott Newbold with their daughter Bella in their St Georges unit.