The suburb of Regents Park was created out of the continuing growth of nearby Browns Plains -- one of the fastest growing areas of Logan City -- with the burgeoning suburb split into two smaller suburbs, Heritage Park and Regents Park.
Located next to Browns Plains is the exclusive suburb of Forestdale, which has properties worth up to two million dollars, ensuring the area around Browns Plains is one of the most desirable within the Logan Shire and this is reflected in its vibrant property market.
Regents Park is set in leafy surrounds and has a mix of old and new homes. Many are brick-and-tile, with the newer homes rendered. Both low-set and high-set homes can be found in the suburb.
The area has children's playgrounds and quiet cul-de-sacs, making Regents Park popular with young families. There is one established residential development estate in Regents Park, which offers affordable house and land.
The Browns Plains area is progressive and fully developed with almost every facility and service available locally. This includes train and bus services, cinemas, a skating rink, emergency services and schools.
The major shopping centre Grand Plaza, in neighbouring Browns Plains, features hundreds of specialty shops. Regents Park has two shopping areas: Emerald Shopping Plaza and the Regents Park Shopping Centre. Browns Plains is also home to one of Queensland's biggest RSL Clubs - the Greenbank RSL.
All figures are subject to further revision as more sales data becomes available.
Where no median is available, insufficient sales were recorded in order to compile a reliable statistic.
SOURCE: REIQ, Data obtained from PriceFinder.
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