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Set on the western side of Wagga Wagga, between semi-rural San Isidore and the industrial and commercial precincts of Central Wagga, Ashmont provides economic living opportunities with good standards of infrastructure and community services.

Providing a variety of educational and recreational facilities including a community centre, preschool, primary schools, churches, sporting ovals and parks, Ashmont is also serviced by it’s own shopping complex, with a supermarket, service station, butcher, hairdresser, St Vincent de Paul op-shop, newsagent/post office and local pub. The proximity to Wagga’s central business district and eastern commercial precinct is also a distinct advantage of the suburb’s location.

Traditionally providing housing for lower income families, Ashmont is emerging as a low-cost housing alternative for young couples and families purchasing or building their first home. Newer developments in the North Ashmont and Flowerdale areas have regenerated interest in the suburb with some very attractive modern family style homes built on large residential blocks.

House sales have been consistant in the area, with 63 properties sold by Wagga Wagga real estate agents in Ashmont in the 2017-2018 financial year; the median house price for that period was $217,0001.

Source: 2018 Fitzpatricks Report1