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Pure Rentals Property Management Fairfield is a specialist in property management and is looking for more Investment Properties in Fairfield and surrounding suburbs.

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Fairfield – Suburb Profile

The inner-city riverside suburb of Fairfield lies at the western base of the long, sloping ridge that extends south from Woolloongabba. Fairfield is one of Brisbane’s picturesque ‘lifestyle’ suburbs, within easy reach of the Brisbane CBD (4.5kms to the north), the University of Queensland and the bustling dining and entertainment precincts of West End, South Brisbane and Woolloongabba. Fairfield’s pretty riverside parks and barbeques are popular with families, a world away from the livelier destinations of South Bank and Kangaroo Point.

Following European settlement of Brisbane in the 1820s, land was required for farming to sustain the increasing population. The lush pastures of Fairfield were just what early settlers required: land close to the established settlements of South Brisbane, Kangaroo Point and those north of the river, and suitable for a variety of agricultural purposes. Over the years, Fairfield was used for dairying, as well as for numerous crops.

These days, if you stroll amongst the knolls arising out of Fairfield’s grassy riverside plains, you will discover magnificently preserved examples of late nineteenth century colonial architecture. These majestic wooden homes have a simple, one-level floor plan, adorned by wide, sweeping verandahs and ornate architraves. These elegant homesteads, also found in neighbouring Yeronga and many suburbs enveloping the Brisbane CBD, arguably influenced the design of more modest Queenslander-style homes that still dominate inner-city Brisbane suburbs.

Fairfield Road is one of Brisbane’s major thoroughfares south of Brisbane, and runs parallel to the train line on the western border of Fairfield. In years gone by, Fairfield Road was a commercial road, however these days it is predominantly a residential strip. That said, Fairfield Gardens (on Fairfield Road, adjacent to the Fairfield train station) is a major shopping precinct well-serviced by a large supermarket, post office, hairdressers, a public library and variety stores.  A few other shopping precincts with eateries, cafes and bottleshops can also be found further down Fairfield Road.

The Fairfield train station provides easy access to the Brisbane CBD and popular entertainment districts around South Brisbane, South Bank and West End, as well as the increasingly trendy Wolloongabba precinct. The popular 196 bus also begins at Fairfield Gardens, providing convenient public transport direct to the riverside suburb of New Farm, and Fortitude Valley.

Fairfield is perhaps best known for the old RSPCA facility on Fairfield Road, which recently relocated to Wacol. Visit Fairfield in spring, when the jacarandas are blossoming, you will discover a charming riverside suburb peppered with modern, practical houses designed for the Queensland climate, and a suburb still very much connected to its history.

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