NSW

Nicola Trotman | 7 December 2012

Scotland Island tops the NSW's 10 slowest-selling suburbs: RP Data

Set on Sydney's Pittwater, Scotland Island – with a median house price of $573,750 – is New South Wales’s slowest selling suburb with an average of 229 days on the market, according to RP Data.

Following close behind is Peak Hill, the former mining town near Parkes, with a median price of $64,000 and an average of 228 days on the market.

In third place is Jindabyne, at the foot of the Snowy Mountains, with an average of 223 days on the market and a median house price of $339,000.

Suburb

Postcode

Median Price

Time on market

Scotland Island

2105

$573,750

229

Peak Hill

2869

$64,000

228

Jindabyne

2627

$339,000

223

Barham

2732

$208,000

210

Kandos

2848

$156,000

205

Clareville

2107

$1,385,000

197

Suffolk Park

2481

$592,500

197

Culcairn

2660

$115,000

196

Wolumla

2550

$261,500

191

Iluka

2466

$295,000

191

Source: RP Data

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