Real estate agents in North Adelaide

South Australia is known for its warm climate and beaches, and can lay claim to not one, but two coveted titles: it is the Festival State and the Wine State of Australia. Roughly 1,919 real estate service businesses are active in South Australia, employing about 3,795 estate agents.

When estate agents are a dime a dozen, sifting through the masses to find an agent that is right for you becomes a challenge. Perfect Agent helps you to do just that, and it’s as easy as completing the form above to start the process of finding someone that can help you sell.

Sports and entertainment for all

Colonel William Light was responsible for surveying and planning what eventually became the city of Adelaide, and the suburb of North Adelaide is located in the area north of the River Torrens. Since its establishment as a part of the city in 1837, North Adelaide has become a hub of architecture, culture and sports.

The Adelaide Oval plays host to cricket and Australian rules football games, and North Adelaide’s many gardens and parks – including Wellington Square at its centre – provide green spaces for residents to unwind and relax.

Visit one of the many popular restaurants found on O’Connell Street and Melbourne Street for nourishment, or quench your thirst at one of a number of heritage-listed pubs and hotels.

Facts about North Adelaide

“The Australian backyard was once built for tradesmen and outdoor toilets. As suburbs spread, it became a playground and a source of pride…”
– Peter Munro

  • One of North Adelaide’s most notable residents is Sir William Lawrence Bragg, who jointly received the Nobel Prize for Physics with his father, William Henry Bragg, in 1915. He was the youngest-ever Nobel laureate in physics, receiving it at only 25. His work laid the foundations for the development of X-ray crystallography.

Architecture in North Adelaide

In terms of pubs and hotels in North Adelaide, many are heritage-listed buildings – fourteen in total. Almost all of them still do business today, save the Dover Castle Hotel (established in 1850), which has been turned into apartments. The British Hotel on Finniss Street, founded in 1837, is Adelaide’s second-oldest public house, and still operates as a pub.

Aside from the many Victorian public buildings, there are a host of private residences that are architecturally significant. On a quick walk through North Adelaide, you’re sure to see Victorian, Tudor Gothic, Anglo-Norman and French Gothic influences around almost every corner.

Modern real estate in North Adelaide

The 2016 census found that North Adelaide is made up of just over 2,600 occupied private dwellings. The majority of these (43.6%) are semi-detached houses and townhouses, with separate houses (26.4%) and flats or apartments (28.7%) making up the rest.

Commission structures in North Adelaide can be divided into fixed or tiered commission, according to the terms that are negotiated with the agent. The agent commission rate in North Adelaide is 2.12% on average, but commission rates may vary.

Finding the perfect real estate agent in North Adelaide

South Australia has some of the lowest median house prices in the country, and its affordability makes it a great state for home buyers and investors alike.

Selling your property in North Adelaide means catering to the needs of prospective buyers, and finding the right real estate agent to help you determine what these needs are is of paramount importance.

Finding a real estate agent you can trust is as easy as filling out the form above. Let Perfect Agent help you to sell your North Adelaide property – fast.