A million dollar price tag is pretty much standard for four-bedroom (and some three-bedroom) homes in Jerrabomberra and Googong these days, but what about Queanbeyan? What does $1m buy you in Super City, NSW?

1. This heritage home perfect for a car lover.

It’s not just the location that warrants a hefty price tag for this double-brick home on Meredith Street – it’s the size too. Located minutes from town park and the main street, the home stands on a huge 920sqm block and has five bedrooms, two kitchens and two bathrooms. The entire back of the house can be closed off as separate living quarters. Bonus – the side driveway has room for six cars.

According to the listing, the current owners are moving out after 60 years, so you may need to also set some money aside for some renovating.

2. This Karabar gem with its own casino.

Let’s be clear – the man cave in this two-storey Currie Street residence is worth a million bucks on its own. Also, the fact it’s located at the end of a cul-de-sac is also worth some serious moula. 

The home is being marketed by new agency Ward Real Estate, and Greg Ward reckons the pool-spa will keep the kids happy, while there’s room for grandparents or a very lucky teenager in the self-contained one-bedroom apartment on the ground level.

3. This one in east Queanbeyan that’ll actually cost you $2m+

I honestly had no idea homes like this existed so close to the town centre. Literally four minutes from the Woolies carpark is this lavish home (or should I say estate?) on Taylor Place.

If you love a cream colour palette, this is the home for you. It features six-bedrooms, three bathrooms and – wait for it – a master suite across TWO LEVELS. This is how to live like a rock star.

4. Another Karabar gem looking for a cashed-up truck owner.

I knew prices in Rusten Street were starting to get up there but not to the $1.15m mark! The views are pretty special from this five-bedroom home, and that al fresco area will be in huge demand for your friends’ and family’s 21sts, 18ths and baby showers.

The real reason this one is asking a big price tag though is likely because of the huge garage that stands on-site. If you own a small logistics business or have a collection of cars, this house is a dream come true.

5. Crest Park Parade for life.

It doesn’t get more classic Queanbeyan than Crest Park Parade – if you’re like me, you know at least three families who live along the street (and probably more). This five-bedroom home is pretty standard from the front but head out the back door and hello Hamilton Island resort!

Bicentennial Park is just over the back fence and the views out the front are stunners. Who wouldn’t pay a million dollars to live one of the city’s most iconic streets?

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