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Suburb Property Profile: Castle Hill, NSW 2154

 

Thinking about buying an off the plan property in Castle Hill, New South Wales? Whether it's an off the plan apartment, townhouse or house and land package, you'll want to discover the Location Demographics, Travel & Infrastructure, Shopping and Schools & Recreation.

 

Location Demographics

Situated alongside lush greenery and vast reserves, the growing suburb of Castle Hill welcomes everyone to an idyllic environment and peaceful lifestyle. It Is located around 33kms north-west of Sydney’s prominent Central Business District and part of the Hills District region, specifically belonging to both the Hills Shire and the Hornsby Shire. There are a number of local landmarks and heritage-listed sites such as the Castle Hill Heritage Park and the St Paul’s Anglican Church. 

As a thriving residential and commercial hub, students, retirees, professionals and families have moved comfortably and feel right at home. The 2021 Census has calculated close to 40,900 people residing at Castle Hill and the median age to be 42 years old. In line with the data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the number of families is estimated to reach around 11,500 while established private dwellings are at 14,300.

 

Castle Hill homes

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Travel & Infrastructure

The area is very well-connected with various public transport services running regularly. For those commuting, the Castle Hill Station was built as part of the Sydney Metro Northwest rapid transit project and follows the Metro North West Line. It is operated by Metro Trains Sydney and has 2 platforms available. Drivers can take the M2 Motorway and enjoy easy access to the main city centre. To add, there are a handful of bus routes with stops at Old Northern Road and Castle Hill Road.

The Hills Shire Council has put forward the Castle Hill North Precinct Plan which recognises the capacity and strong demand for high density residential development opportunities, particularly for apartment and townhouse living. Residents can look forward to progressive outcomes with the Hills Corridor Strategy identifying the potential for 25,500 extra dwellings and 57,800 extra jobs by the year 2036.

 

Shopping

You can shop to your heart’s content being surrounded by plenty of stylish brands and stores. Recognised as one of the largest shopping centres in the vicinity, Castle Towers present an elegant indoor mall filled with trendy stores, dining spaces, retailers and a cinema. The Castle Mall Shopping Centre is just a short walking distance with more shops, supermarkets and local services. For your homeware needs, you can find electronics, appliances, furniture and decor at the HomeCo. Hills Shopping Mall on Victoria Avenue. Grab a meal at Castle Hill Tavern with its bistro setting, live music and spacious indoor and outdoor seating. Alternatively, the Hillside Hotel brings bands and DJs to its rooftop seating paired with delicious American-themed cuisine.

 

Schools & Recreation

Offering both private and public education, students from different year levels will be well taken care of. Castle High School and Castle Hill Public School are both less than 2kms away by car. Furthermore, the Hills Adventist College is within walking distance while both Oakhill College and St Angela’s Primary School are less than a 4km drive. For younger children starting out school, they can attend UnitingCare Wesley Preschool on Showground Road or the Castle Hill Preschool around the corner on Cecil Avenue. Meanwhile, TAFE NSW Castle Hill is a quick 3km trip and the University of Canberra Sydney Hills is right at the town centre, opening more doors for tertiary students with several further education courses.

 

Castle Hill local amenities

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Castle Hill is a popular destination that proudly has it all with its growing community, welcoming facilities and notable buildings rich with history. You and the family can spend time together at the Museums Discovery Centre visiting multiple exhibits and coming along to the kids’ programs. To get active, have a jump around on the trampolines at Flip Out Castle Hill or push yourself with challenging activities at the Peak Pursuits Sport Complex. There are also fun entertainment options to check out with friends including, playing a game at Strike Bowling, taking on the miniature golf course at the Honey Moley Golf Club or catching a movie at Event Cinemas. You may also want to see what monthly events are on at the Castle Hill Showground and watch a play at the Pavilion Theatre. Get outdoors at the Castle Hill Heritage Park with a play area and walking tracks to explore the native plants and wildlife. The Coolong Reserve has a dog park for your pets to have a play and a football field for sports games.

 

Looking to purchase an off the plan property in Castle Hill? Get in touch with iBuyNew and speak to our team of experts on 1300 123 463 to find out how we can help. Click here to find out the latest facts and figures on Castle Hill.

 

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Castle Hill museum

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Published on 2nd of September 2022 by Anthony Lamb
Anthony Lamb
Anthony Lamb

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