Widely regarded as one Brisbane's most prestigious suburbs, Ascot has maintained its popularity, offering easy access to the city and excellent local amenities and infrastructure. With a reputation for expensive property, Ascot's high median price doesn't reflect the diversity of housing prices on offer. Attracting families and couples, Ascot has everything from prestige homes and old Queenslanders to modern townhouses and units. Ascot has also developed a reputation for its local events and retail and dining precinct. Famous for the Spring and Winter Racing Carnivals held at the Eagle Farm Racecourse, Ascot's residents are also well positioned to take advantage of the restaurants and cafes lining Racecourse Road. Public transport is relatively frequent, with the Ascot train station and regular buses servicing the CBD and surrounding suburbs, as well as the CityCat less than five minutes away at Bretts Wharf. Looking ahead, Ascot's location, facilities and variety of housing will, no doubt, continue to attract buyers. 
Source: REIQ