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Greenslopes


Suburb Snapshot

Greenslopes is located approximately 5kms from Brisbane CBD and offers convenience to all amenities including schools, public transport and hospitals.  Greenslopes has a mix of residential properties and a small component of commercial areas.

 

Pure Real Estate Snapshot

Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in Greenslopes and its surrounding suburbs.

We value your Greenslopes property and want to help you make the most out of it. If you are considering renting, buying or selling, Pure Real Estate can help with all your real estate needs.

Property Management – Our Property Managers understand that your Greenslopes property plays a big role in your life, and we strive to offer exceptional and affordable comprehensive property management services to ensure your relationship with Pure Real Estate is a rewarding experience.

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Facilities and Amenities

Greenslopes Mall is located on Logan Road and has a range of shops and services. There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants in Greenslopes or head further afield to Stones Corner, South Bank, Woolloongabba or Mt Gravatt and explore the many dining options available.

Enjoy the outdoors with walking paths and bikeways nearby along Norman Creek. If you are looking for a healthy and active lifestyle, Greenslopes has plenty of options for you.

Greenslopes State School is located within the suburb or there are various other schooling options available in neighbouring suburbs.

Transport and Access

Greenslopes has regular bus services and the train is available at Buranda Station. The Pacific Motorway entrance is nearby for swift trips to the city or a quick escape to the coast for a weekend away.

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More About Greenslopes

Greenslopes, a residential suburb, is five km south-east of central Brisbane. It includes the locality of Stones Corner and the part of Thompson Estate east of the South East Freeway. The suburb was named after a 19 hectare estate acquired by Frederick Wecker in 1857 in Old Cleveland Road, east of Stones Corner, between Pembroke Road and Kirkland Avenue (formerly Wecker Street).

The Greenslopes district was originally confined to the area south-east of Stones Corner. The part between Logan Road and the Ekibin (Creek) parklands was Dunellan, and the Greenslopes primary school was known as Dunellan from its opening in 1890 until rebuilt in 1924. East of the Greenslopes hospital was Mt Pleasant with the Mt Pleasant store at the corner of Logan Road and Plimsoll Street.

Greenslopes and Dunellan Estate were positioned between the Ipswich Road and Old Cleveland Road tramlines. In 1914 a branch line was opened from Stones Corner along Logan Road and Chatsworth Road, ending at Upper Cornwall Street, and from there the area was known as Greenslopes. Housing followed, including war service homes on the Dunellan Estate. By the outbreak of World War II most of Greenslopes’ residential areas were built on, although there was a 30 acre site at the foot of Mt Stephens that was unused.

During the 1920s a scattering of shops and tradespeople opened along Logan Road, and by the late 1920s their number had doubled. Places of assembly in Logan Road included the Mt Pleasant Mission near Birdwood Road, the Hollywood Theatre (1926) near Chatswood Road and the school of arts. Schools were confined to the State primary, but there were Catholic schools in neighbouring Coorparoo.

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