|Median house Price:||$560,000 Approx|
|Median Age:||60 Years Old Approx|
About Waterloo Corner:
Location and Boundaries
Waterloo Corner is bounded by McEvoy Road, Port Wakefield Road, Huxtable Road, and Taylor Road in the north. The east boundaries consist of the railway line, Heaslip Road, leading back into the Port Wakefield Road. The south and west boundaries consist of the suburb of Bolivar and St Kilda, Coleman Road and Brooks Road.
Settlement of the area dates from the mid 1800s when St Kilda became known as a seaside town and a railway station and salt fields were built at Dry Creek. The railway station assisted local industry in the area and was closely associated with the railway development that surged during the 1930s.
Waterloo Corner is a rural/urban suburb approximately 22 kilometres north of Adelaide. Most of the land is used for agricultural purposes, including wheat, olives, grapes and tomatoes.
Major features of the area include The Palms Residential Park and the Adelaide International Raceway and Speedway City.
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 Waterloo Corner specialist, Andrew Farnworth.