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Redcliffe Details

Redcliffe is a coastal residential suburb of the Moreton Bay Region in the east north-east of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) north-north-east of the Brisbane CBD. It serves as the Central Business District for the Redcliffe Peninsula and its surrounding suburbs.

Redcliffe is part of the statistical division of Brisbane. The town’s name originates from “Red Cliff Point” named by the explorer Matthew Flinders, referring to the red cliffs at Woody Point.[2] Redcliffe became Queensland’s first colony in 1824; however, it was soon abandoned for Brisbane. Since the 1880s, Redcliffe has been a popular seaside resort location due to its proximity to Brisbane. It is served by a small general aviation airfield, Redcliffe Airport (ICAO: YRED), located 2.5 nautical miles (4.6 km; 2.9 mi) northwest of Redcliffe in the suburb of Rothwell.

Redcliffe holds the distinction of being the first European settlement in Queensland, first visited by Matthew Flinders on 17 July 1799. Explorer John Oxley recommended “Red Cliff Point” – named after the red-coloured cliffs visible from Moreton Bay – to the Governor Thomas Brisbane for the new colony, reporting that ships could land at any tide and easily get close to the shore.[6] The party settled in Redcliffe on 13 September 1824, under the command of Lieutenant Henry Miller with 14 soldiers, some with wives and children, and 29 convicts. However, this settlement was abandoned after one year and the colony was moved south to a site on the Brisbane River at North Quay, 28 km (17 mi) south, that offered a more reliable water supply.

Crowds at the beach, 1937
Redcliffe became a pastoral district in the 1860s and in the 1880s boomed as a seaside resort town. In 1878, a suburban subdivision called Portwood Estate (around the present day Portwood Street, Sheehan Street, and Sylvin Street) was offered for sale, with the lots described as “large, elevated, picturesque, salubrious, with rare perspective” in Humpy Bong which was to be “the fashionable watering place of the future!”. The estate map shows the Redcliffe railway line terminating at a railway station just to the north-east of the estate (in the area of present day Macnaughton Street). However, the Redcliffe Peninsula railway line was not opened until October 2016 (138 years later) and the terminus was located in neighbouring Kippa-Ring.

Total population : 9200

Median household income: ($/weekly) $882

Median age of persons: 44

Average household size: 2.1

Median house Price: $427,768

Median Unit Price: $346,789

Units For Sale Redcliffe

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Scarborough Apartments Sold

Apartment For Sale
Sold $1,725,000
3 Beds /
2 Baths /
3 Cars
Townhouse For Sale
Sold $485,000
2 Beds /
2 Baths /
2 Cars

Some of Our Reviews

 by Happy Vendor on Apartments Redcliffe
Happy Vendor

We found Kevin to be Honest and Professional in our dealings with him and his knowledge of the market on the peninsula is second to none.

We would recommend Kevin to both seller and buyer alike.

 by Brad & Bronwyn on Apartments Redcliffe
Excellent service and a real switched on guy who knows his way around real estate.

I don't know how he did it but we sold our place the very day we listed it - exceptional service.

 by Norbert on Apartments Redcliffe
Above and Beyond Expectations

Our experience with Mark in selling our home was thoroughly pleasant. His negotiating skills on our behalf surpassed our expectations. Well done Mark and thank you for positive friendly approach.

We would definitely recommend Mark to any prospective buyer/seller.

 by Michael on Apartments Redcliffe
Responsive, and true to his word

Kevin is a trustworthy real estate agent, who was responsive to my needs.

I purchased a property interstate, and he built trust with me over the phone. A 90 day settlement was required, owing to the sale of another property.