Coorparoo is about 4km from Brisbane’s CBD. Over 42% of households in this area are comprised of couples without children, and 36% are couples with children. Stand alone houses account for nearly 50% of dwellings in this area, and units account for a further 46%. There are a large number of medium density unit complexes as well as renovated houses in this area. The median house price in Coorparoo in 2006 was $451,000.
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Pauline says: Its gracious old homes, the hills with magnificent views, the parklands and common, pleasant walking tracks, an interesting variety of shops and restaurants, many glorious churches, many wonderful educational facilities, proximity to city, many happy elderly people as well as bouncing babies, great climate, large stately trees and colourful gardens, its fertile soil, sporting facilities.
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