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    Barton (ACT 2600) Suburb Information

Suburb History

Name

The suburb is named after Right Honourable Sir Edmund Barton (1849-1920) who was Australia’s first Prime Minister who held office from 1901 to 1903. Sir Edmund was a Barrister and Member of the New South Wales Parliament and one of the leading workers for Federation, serving on the Committee which prepared the draft for the Constitution. He resigned from Parliament in 1903 to become the Senior Puisne Judge of the newly constituted High Court of Australia.

Street Naming Theme

Street names in Barton are named after Governors.

Current Barton (ACT 2600) Property Listings

For sale in Barton For rent in Barton

Sales History for Barton (ACT 2600)

Yearly Sales Information

(Please note that sales history may not be available for every year.)

Other Sales History Information

Median Sales Prices for Barton (ACT 2600)

Graphs and tables are produced from data provided by the ACT Government.
  Median Property Price ($)   Median Unit Price ($)   Median Non-Unit Price ($)   Total Sales

Demographics for Barton (ACT 2600)

Average Age 38 years
Population 1,186

Dwelling Structure

 Houses 12.6%
 Townhouses 4.3%
 Flats & Units 83.1%
 Other 0.0%

Nature of Occupancy

 Fully Own 23.7%
 Purchasing 26.8%
 Rent from Gov. 0.0%
 Rent Private 49.5%
 Other 0.0%

Monthly Home Loan Repayments

 $1 - $799 9.5%
 $800 - $1399 13.5%
 $1400 - $2399 25.4%
 $2400 - $2999 10.3%
 $3000+ 41.3%

Individual Weekly Income

 $0 - $399 13.2%
 $400 - $1249 24.4%
 $1250 - $1499 13.5%
 $1500 - $1999 18.4%
 $2000+ 30.4%