Overview

Within 30km of Adelaide’s CBD, Blakeview is a relatively new suburb of affordable homes.

North of Elizabeth, it is a predominantly residential area, with some commercial sites and a large percentage of parks by area.

With its younger population, the area is home to many couples and young families.

Information current as of: June 2020

Data sourced from realestate.com.au, Google Maps & Australian Bureau of Statistics, based on 2016 census data

Image from: Wikimedia

Postcode

5114

28km North-east of Adelaide city centre.

Part of the City of Playford

History

1990

Gazetted as a suburb, taking from the adjacent suburbs of Smithfield an Munno Para.

Population

7229

Male 48% + Female 52%

Median age 29

Facts & Figures

Census QuickStats

Dwelling Type

Tenure

Number of Bedrooms

Private Dwellings

2777

Families

1984

People per Household

2.8

Facts & Figures

Property Data
Blakeview 4

What the Locals Love

Large homes

The dwelling type and size is vastly different to SA and Australia’s averages, with the vast majority (92%) of housing stock with 3 bedrooms and above.

Most are freestanding houses.

Families

With a young population – median age of 29 – the suburb is popular with couples and young families with kids.

Shopping

The Blakes Crossing Shopping Centre contains a Woolworths, and various other necessities including a butcher, bakery, newsagent.

Parks

The suburb is home to many playgrounds, parks and reserves. Catering to the needs of families and even four-legged friends, with the Blakes Crossing Pooch Park.

Low vacancy rentals

An area with affordable housing, the low cost rental properties keep the vacancy on rentals low.

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