|Median House Price:||$255,000 Approx|
|Median Age:||34 Years Old Approx|
|Household Size:||2.4 People Approx|
About Salisbury North:
Location and Boundaries
Salisbury North is bounded by the railway line and Commercial Road in the north-east, the Little Para River and Waterloo Corner Road in the south and Bolivar Road in the west.
Salisbury is named after a town in Wiltshire, England.
Settlement of the area dates from 1847, with land used primarily for pastoral purposes. By the early 1950s, the Trust had constructed more than 1,000 houses in Salisbury North (particularly in the south-east corner). The population declined between 1991 and 2006, and then increased slightly between 2006 and 2011. This was largely a result of the urban renewal of the Salisbury North Urban Improvement Project (Hawksbury Park) which was launched in 1998. As part of the project about 500 Housing Trust homes were renovated, with a portion retained for public housing and others sold to private buyers. Another 500 Housing Trust homes were removed to make way for 800 new allotments for primarily private housing.
Major features of the area include Salisbury Swimming Centre, Salisbury Recreation Precinct, Happy Home Reserve, Perry Reserve, Salisbury North Oval, Salisbury Skate Park, Underdown Park, Salisbury Cycle Speedway, Lake Windermere, Salisbury North Community Centre, Bagster Road Community Centre and a number of schools.
If you are looking to buy a property in or around the area, check out the properties we have available.
For any other real estate needs, please contact the Salisbury North specialist, Mike Lao.