Windsor is located just 5km north-east of the Brisbane CBD. Windsor mainly consists of residential properties including several Queenslander style homes and renovated cottages. There is also a number of heritage listed sites in the Windsor area.
Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in Windsor and its surrounding suburbs.
We value your Windsor 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 Windsor 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.
Sales – Our Sales Agents understand that the process of buying and selling can be an emotional and stressful time. We will keep you well informed through the whole process to give you peace of mind and to ensure our Sales Agents are achieving the best results for you.
Contact us today if you are looking for a Property Manager or Sales Agent for your property and experience the Pure Real Estate difference.
There is plenty to do in Windsor with a range of restaurants, shops, markets, schools and parks in the area. Take a relaxing stroll alongside the Enoggera Creek and enjoy the surrounding green spaces.
Windsor offers a variety of public transport options with a busway and train station in Windsor and its surrounding suburbs. Windsor provides easy access to the Airport Link, Inner City Bypass and the M3 via the Clem Jones tunnel.
The first land sales in the Windsor area were in 1855, with further installments until the end of the decade. The Enoggera/Breakfast Creek separated the area from Brisbane, crossed only at the Breakfast Creek bridge near Albion. The Bowen bridge, upstream (1860) and Lutwyche Road (1862) improved access to the district. The Bowen Bridge Road National School was opened in 1865. Subdivisions into smaller blocks in Windsor followed in the 1870s.
The Windsor area – not yet known by that name – was at first locally governed by the Ithaca divisional board (1880) which was responsible for an area extending westwards from the Sandgate Road (Nundah) to the foothills of the D’Aguilar Range (The Gap, Toowong). In 1887 the Windsor district was severed from Ithaca, becoming Windsor Shire, probably named after Windsor Castle in the golden jubilee year of Queen Victoria’s reign. The Shire, comprising 10.5 sq km, was bounded generally by Enoggera Road, Enoggera/Breakfast Creek, Sandgate Road, Bonney Road and its prolongation back to Kedron Brook. The Shire contained Albion (part), Eagle Junction (part), Wooloowin, Kalinga, Kedron High School’s site, Lutwyche, Grange, Alderley (part), Newmarket, Wilston and Windsor.
1. Declutter If there is a cupboard in the house, there is a good chance the buyer will open it. It’s now time to throw the box that your kettle came in 5 years ago that’s sitting on top of the fridge. The more spacious you make the house, the bigger it will look and the better it will be! 2. Patch & paint Remember when you knocked the wall or put a little hole in the wall while moving furniture, it’s now time to patch and paint it. 3. Neutral colours The red feature wall you painted ten years ago that is now out of style – refresh the space and repaint with neutral colours. 4. Carpets Steam clean carpets or replace carpets to give the property a fresh new look. 5. Unfortunately this is a big one and a bad one….Deep clean Get into the oven, behind the TV, the cupboards, skirting boards – everything. Make time and pick a room while you are at home and get to work. 6. Maintenance & repairs There is nothing worse than the little marks you made, you want to make it look like the house has been well-looked after. …
While we have had a great start to the year, we have seen it slow down over the past couple of weeks with the number of tenants looking for rental properties dropping from the previous 2 months. We believe the ban on flights into Australia had a large part to play in this with 13,000 students unable to start school recently. We have also had a number of tenants wanting to terminate their lease due to hardship as they are stuck and can’t get into Australia. This is starting to cause an oversupply in the rental market and we are seeing rental prices starting to slide to meet the demand. We are very lucky that we secured most of our tenancies last year or in the first 6 weeks of this year. March 2020