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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenTeneriffe: Suburb Profile 01:17The Sunshine State has long been a favoured destination not only for holidaymakers, but also for people wanting the ultimate sea change to enjoy the coastal lifestyle it brings.But a property in one of Queensland’s most sought-after locations can come with a hefty price tag.So where are the most expensive suburbs to buy?The inner Brisbane suburb of Teneriffe topped the latest list of the most expensive places in Queensland to buy.The figures come from CoreLogic median house price data from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 and suburbs were required to have at least 10 sales in the 12-month period.1. Teneriffe – $2,075,000The former industrial area has been transformed into a highly sought-after residential area, featuring renovated woolstores and preserved Queenslanders. With the area’s resurgence has come new cafes and restaurants, with the area’s riverside location a major highlight.River views in Teneriffe. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy2. Main Beach – $1,650,000That’s some view. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyMain Beach is one of Queensland’s most iconic areas, in the heart of the Gold Coast, boasting beautiful beaches and some of area’s key tourist attractions, including Sea World and the Mirage resort.3. New Farm – $1,600,000Cafe lifestyle in New Farm.New Farm offers a great lifestyle, with its tree-lined streets, riverside picnic areas and New Farm Park, along with Brisbane Powerhouse. The suburb boasts traditional Queenslanders and blocks of art-deco flats, with great public transport from buses and City Cat ferries.4. Ascot – $1,392,500A traditional Queenslander in Ascot. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyAscot is one of Brisbane’s more prestigious suburbs, with bigger homes, including renovated Queenslanders, and local private schools, along with the Eagle Farm racecourse. For shopping, there’s the popular Racecourse Rd strip.5. Mermaid Beach – $1,217,500Complete beachside access at this Mermaid Beach property. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyMermaid Beach is set on a stretch of coastline popular with surfers and swimmers who are keen on a more quiet beach location. While there are the usual Gold Coast apartments, Mermaid Beach is also home to a ‘millionaire’s row’ on Hedges Ave, boasting some prestigious beachfront properties.6. Hawthorne – $1,210,000Hawthorne has a lot to offer for young families. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyNamed after the hawthorne bushes that were planted there in the 1850s and 60s, Hawthorne is known as a great place for young families, boasting some fabulous parks, such as Oxford Street Park, as well as good public and private schools.7. Highgate Hill – $1,186,500More from newsAustralia’s best growth suburbs16 Feb 2015Why Brisbane wins property’s State of Origin21 Jun 2017Highgate Hill is close to the Brisbane CBD. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyHighgate Hill is favoured for its close proximity to the Brisbane CBD and Southbank, as well as neighbouring West End with its boutique shopping.8. Chandler – $1,180,000Chandler is favoured for houses on acreage. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyChandler is an outer suburb of Brisbane, lying 14km south east of the CBD and has some amazing properties on acreage, including many sprawling estates.9. Surfer’s Paradise – $1,175,000The iconic Surfers Paradise skyline. Picture: GettySurfers Paradise is one of Australia’s most iconic suburbs, with it fantastic beaches and seemingly endless apartment towers and hotels. There’s also the busy Cavill Mall, and lots of options for nightlife, dining and entertainment.10. Clear Island Waters – $1,165,000A classic Queenslander in Clear Island Waters. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyClear Island Waters is a small residential oasis inland from the beachfront areas of the Gold Coast, but with amazing river and canal frontage, making it popular for boating. Favoured by families and retirees, the suburb has one of the area’s biggest dog parks and a walkway to neighbouring Robina.