Property For Sale Townsville

Planning to move within or relocate to beautiful Townsville? Well, you’re in luck. At Harcourts Kingsberry, we’re proud to list a fantastic range of properties for sale in Townsville and across the surrounding region. Browse our collection of listed properties below before attending an inspection, or even attend an upcoming auction. Our extensive property portfolio attracts a lot of interest locally and across the country, so don’t hesitate to get in touch or visit us in person to learn more about our listings and prepare to make an offer.

63 properties found

For Sale

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Kirwan

13 Lerida Street, Kirwan

Just Listed

For Sale

Currajong

206 Bayswater Road, Currajong

Coming to the Market - Offers to Purchase

For Sale

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Rasmussen

8 Ryrie Crescent, Rasmussen

Offers Over $349,000

For Sale

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Douglas

53/321 Angus Smith Drive, Douglas

OFFERS OVER $349,000

For Sale

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Pimlico

3/32 Kitchener Road, Pimlico

$370,000

For Sale

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Pimlico

21 Haig Street, Pimlico

Low $600,000's

For Sale

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North Ward

55 Rose Street, North Ward

Just Listed - Under Contract

For Sale

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Aitkenvale

1&2/4 Finschhafen Street, Aitkenvale

Under Contract

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much money will I need to buy a home?

You’ll need a deposit, as well as enough funds to cover your legal fees, a building inspection, and stamp duty. If you purchase a property with a deposit less than 20% of the purchase price, you’ll likely need to take out mortgage insurance too.

Do I really need a building inspection?

Yes. A building inspection is necessary to help you assess the condition of the property and to identify any potential issues that may need immediate or future repairs. Most people choose a professional inspector to ensure the job is done right and is documented in detail.

Should I buy a house or an apartment?

This will really depend on several factors: where you want to buy, what your budget is, and why you’re buying in the first place. If you’re buying for the first time in a city like Townsville, buying an apartment might be a great way to establish yourself in the property market and begin the journey to buying a house down the track. For the more seasoned buyer, longer-term investment in a house might be the preferable option.

I want to live in Townsville, but I don’t know the area that well. Any advice?

If you’re wanting to relocate to this beautiful region, the best way to get to know the area is to do some thorough research before visiting in person. Browse through our large portfolio of properties and plan to be available for scheduled property inspections. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have about the area to assist you in making the right decision for you. In the meantime, try to get a good understanding of elements such as traffic, public transport, shopping centres, parks, and schools to help you make a decision.