Here’s What Sydney’s Median House Price Can Buy You In Perth

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In spite of how it feels sometimes, the housing market isn’t all doom and gloom – especially if you’re in WA. And according to the most recent statistics, Perth had a median house price of $530,000, making us the cheapest capital city in Australia.

Leading the charge for highest median house prices is unsurprisingly Sydney, with a median house price coming in at a whopping $1.55 million. At an annual growth rate of five percent, it’s predicted it will take 23 years for Perth’s median house price to reach Sydney’s.

So what could the Sydney median price get you in Perth? Well, with the help of, we’ve found an array of homes around Perth that you can get for the same price as a teeny tiny Surry Hills terrace:

Qualen Mews Dianella

2 Qualen Mews, Dianella

Where do we even start with this sprawling Dianella family home? The five bedder is ready for entertaining, with an expansive cedar-lined alfresco that seamlessly joins inside and out. You’ll be hosting dinner parties a-plenty with that wood-fired pizza oven and lavishly spacious kitchen – followed by movie nights in your own private theatre, of course. Lacquered built-in cabinetry, vitrified porcelain tiles and polished Blackbutt floors throughout create a luxurious finish to the home.

Holmes Road

34 Holmes Road, Maida Vale

Another sprawling home, this Maida Vale property is well-suited to a family that likes room to move. Every space is scaled to the expansive property – from the supersized entertaining area in the rear, to the high-end kitchen or the grand primary bedroom suite. With a whopping 7,692m to play with, the four bedroom home is just one part of the property’s appeal – with a large paddock, two bores and a three-phase powered workshop also on site.

Cunningham Street, Applecross

5A Cunningham Street, Applecross 

This four bedroom Applecross property is all about the comforts of home – plus more than a hint of luxury, of course! Only 100m from the riverfront, the home boasts high ceilings and Tasmanian oak floors throughout, copious built-in storage and an impressively spacious kitchen. Outside, the charming courtyard explodes with colour in the spring, framed by a gorgeous wisteria.

Ewen Street, Doubleview

200 Ewen Street, Doubleview

This sun-drenched home will have you feeling like you’re permanently on holiday! As well as that enticing, heated saltwater pool, you can look out onto the garden from your very own Swedish-style cedar-lined sauna – or take in the views from the rooftop terrace. Inside, the holiday vibes continue, with contemporary resort-style bathrooms, and plenty of room for entertaining. The kitchen might just be the highlight of the home, with a spectacular stone island, integrated Miele and Smeg appliances, and a frosted window splashback. If that wasn’t enough, there’s a stunning butler’s pantry with an additional sink, and room for another double fridge. Luxury!

All Saints Way, Churchlands

37 All Saints Way, Churchlands

We can’t get enough of this Churchland’s home’s old-school glamour. Situated in an extremely sought-after area, the exterior has plenty of Federation-style charm and an established garden with fruit trees. Inside, the foyer planter combined with the sunken lounge and activities rooms give plenty of retro appeal.

Vestey Court Perth

11 Vestey Court, Duncraig

When it comes to contemporary luxury, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything more appealing than this Duncraig home. At the centre of the home, the kitchen is as practical as it is luxurious. Caesarstone benchtops, stunning black soft-close cabinetry, high-end appliances and a built-in bar take it to the next level – and we’re obsessed with that window that opens directly into the alfresco area. Speaking of which, lounging by the pool here will make you feel like you’re at a tropical resort!

Waratah Mews, Hillarys

1 Waratah Mews, Hillarys

This Hillarys home is truly an entertainer’s dream. We challenge you to find a bigger alfresco than this big boy, with multiple zones overlooking the sparkling waters of the similarly large pool. Inside, you’ll find an impressive five bedrooms, with five distinct living areas to give the family plenty of room to spread out.

Thelma St, Como

1/78 Thelma Street, Como 

This approachable family home, located on a quiet Como cul-de-sac, truly has something for everyone across its five bedrooms and three living areas. A grand double-height entry leads into one of the spacious living areas. Adjacent, in the newly-renovated kitchen you’ll find Smeg appliances, Caesarstone benches and crisp white cabinetry, while outside the spacious alfresco entertaining zones and saltwater pool will make your backyard the go-to spot for summer drinks!

Glomar Rise, Sorrento

2 Glomar Rise, Sorrento

Just moments away from the coast, this home’s flexible floor plan is ready to transform to suit your life. An expansive kitchen is at its heart, around which you’ll find an open plan family room and dining area – with a formal dining room just around the corner, opening onto an enclosed courtyard. Take in the sunset from the expansive wrap around balcony, or unwind in the lagoon-style pool in the back!

Doonan Road, Nedlands

1/9-11 Doonan Road, Nedlands

This brand-new Nedlands townhouse is bringing timeless sophistication in bucket loads – from the stunning honed Bernini tiles throughout, the Caesarstone kitchen counters and bathroom vanities, floor to ceiling windows and similarly floor to ceiling built in robes… The list goes on. It’s chic, it’s liveable, it’s everything you could want!

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