Are you considering a move to Brisbane? You may want to take a look at Windsor – an increasingly popular suburb that’s just minutes from the CBD.

Windsor is home to a diverse population, and offers plenty of opportunity for property investors, renovators and families alike.

With plenty of parks, excellent schools and a vibrant community spirit, Windsor is definitely worth considering if you’re looking for a new start in Brisbane.

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What’s the history of Windsor in Brisbane

Situated five minutes north of Brisbane’s city centre, the suburb of Windsor is steeped in the history of Brisbane.

As one of Brisbane’s older suburbs, the landscape of Windsor is sprinkled with grand old homes, majestic Queenslanders, heritage-listed buildings and renovated workers cottages.

Hilly parts of the suburb boast stunning city views, while the lower areas enjoy the calm tranquillity of Enoggera Creek.

The Windsor Historic Society is based in the former Council Chambers, a quaint old stone building, constructed in 1897 from stone carved out of the nearby Windsor quarry. The old building and quarry are now heritage-listed and you can visit them for a glimpse of this fascinating piece of Brisbane history.

While you’re in the area visit the Windsor War Memorial located near the Chambers building and admire the beautiful old stone cenotaph.

Attractive parkland and walkways are provided alongside beautiful Enoggera Creek. A relaxed stroll along the creek will take you to Downey Park containing playing fields, parkland as well as some remnant bushland. 

The Park also offers excellent city views and markets are held every Sunday morning.

Is Windsor a good place to live?

Absolutely! Windsor is a great place to live for a number of reasons. It’s close to the city, yet still has a strong sense of community.

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Mixture of housing in Windsor

You’ll find a fantastic mix of housing in Windsor, from grand old homes and workers cottages to modern apartments. This means that there’s something to suit every taste and budget.

Renovation opportunities in Windsor

Because of the mix of housing styles, there are plenty of opportunities for renovators in Windsor. You could buy an old workers cottage and do it up, or purchase a grand old home and restore it to its former glory.

Excellent schools in Windsor

If you have children, you’ll be pleased to know that Windsor is home to a number of excellent schools, both public and private including St. Mary of the Cross and Windsor State School.

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Top 10 things to do in Windsor Brisbane – check these out:

1. Admire the grand old homes and Queenslanders

2. Stroll along Enoggera Creek

3. Visit the Windsor Historic Society

4. Take a look around the heritage-listed Windsor quarry

5. Pay your respects at the Windsor War Memorial

6. Relax in Downey Park

7. Go for a swim at Windsor Pool

8. Play table tennis at the Brisbane Table Tennis Centre

9. Shop till you drop at Lutwyche City Shopping Centre

10. Northey Street organic farmer’s market

A foodie’s haven in Windsor – let’s eat our way through the suburb.

Bear Boy Espresso – coffee lover’s heaven

Super chic situated in the 1920’s heritage listed shopping strip in Colvill Place.

House of Windsor – coffee with history

Step back into another era. Perfectly blended into the Federation home street of Windsor.

Outside In cafe – cakes and pastries for sweet lovers

Sunny Side – classic sandwiches from another galaxy. You won’t want to leave.

The Green Edge – the largest vegan grocery store in Brisbane.

The Garden Bar – beers and burgers. You won’t be able to stop at one.

Zone Fresh – possibly Brisbane’s best fresh fruit, vegetable and deli gourmet market.

Windsor in Brisbane as you can see is a great place to live. Local real estate agent Matt Moran from Hutton and Hutton, tells us the median house price is around $1.3 million with the unit price median being $460k with demand remaining strong.

Where does Matt Moran see property opportunities in Windsor?

“Character homes represent good renovation opportunities. Being close to Brisbane’s CBD, the continual upgrade to Gympie Road and the cross-city tunnel system, Windsor has been a favourite suburb to live in for Brisbane’s medical fraternity. Royal Women’s Brisbane Hospital is only a 5 minutes’ drive from Windsor.”

Is Windsor in Brisbane a good place to rent?

With such close proximity to the CBD, hospital and airport, nurses and flight staff gravitate to the suburb. Brisbane’s best software programmers love the value of Windsor as they are only a 12-minute drive to Fortitude Valley, Brisbane’s innovation hub.

“Windsor offers so much for people to live here. It’s no wonder why the population has increased by about 10% of the past 5 years. Tenants can expect to pay $420 – $600/ week on average and that’s great value” Matt Moran commented.

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If you’re looking for a property that is close to the CBD and has easy access to the airport, Windsor in Brisbane may be just what you are searching for.

With a mix of character homes and new developments, this suburb offers plenty of renovation opportunities for the home handyman or return a home to its former glory.

And with low vacancy rates close to the RBWH for nurses and Brisbane’s airports for flight staff, now may be the perfect time to invest in Windsor.

Could this be one of the best Brisbane suburbs? Contact Matt Moran today for the latest buying and selling opportunities in this vibrant Brisbane suburb.

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