Realestate Agents Camperdown
Chidiac Realty is active as Camperdown real estate agents and property managers. You can view properties we have for sale and rent in that area. If you own property or are seeking investment property in Camperdown, contact us to talk about property management services and other ways we can assist you. Our team stays close to the ground with trends and opportunities so we’re well informed about the area.
Camperdown is an inner west suburb of Sydney. Located 4 kilometres south west of Sydney CBD, the suburb lies across two local government areas: City of Sydney and Marrickville Council.
Getting there and getting around
Newtown is the closest train station to Camperdown, which is on the Inner West Line of Sydney Trains. There are also a number of buses that service the area including the M10 as part of the Metrobus service. Camperdown is also just a few kilometres away from a number of ferry wharves including Pyrmont Bay and Darling Harbour.
Lifestyle and population
Camperdown could almost be described as a ‘university suburb’, as the University of Sydney is located there, along with many of the university’s residential colleges. Like other inner west areas such as Newtown, Camperdown has a high proportion of Victorian terrace style housing. The other main feature of Camperdown is that it is home to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
With a population of just under 8,000 people Camperdown is a well established suburb that now has a primary demographic of younger couples with no children (about 35%). Single occupancy households (22%) make up the next biggest lifestyle demographic.
Property trends and opportunities
Renters make up the majority of dwelling types in Camperdown, with more than 56% of properties occupied by renters and 42% owner occupiers.
Median House Price $1,200,000
Median House Rental Price $730 pw
Average House time on market 55 days
Median Unit Price $730,000
Median Unit Rental Price $600 pw
Average Unit time on market 48
*Note: Data accurate at time of update. Last update – June 2013