The Adelaide Hills property market has proven to be one of the most fruitful in South Australia this year.
According to CoreLogic data, new benchmarks have been set across 88 towns and suburbs over 2021, with Aldgate, Lobethal, Upper Sturt, Stirling and Hahndorf listed as the top performing suburbs.
Median House prices in the Adelaide Hills Council area have jumped by 15.2 per cent over 12 months up to $725,000 while houses in the Mt Barker Council region are up 8.2 per cent more than this time last year, selling for an average of $475,000.
Rural sales manager Ray White Woodside Coonalyn Alistair Johnson joins Jennie Lenman in this podcast for a chat about it.
Photo of Adelaide Hills Forest Range by Yeti Hunter, WikiCommons