Dean Park Real Estate For Sale
Nestled right in the centre of a growing business corridor, Dean Park has all the makings of the urbanised suburb for investors and home owners. Find a mix of suburban styled homes and older styled renovated houses in this area. With well kept lawns, developed infrastructure and a number of walking trails, Dean Park has shown great promise in real-estate. Find a variety of housing options on some of the popular residential streets of Dean Park – Kyleanne Place, Hoyle Drive, Cedarwood Grove and Kuala Close.
Neighbourhoods Around Dean Park
- Marsden Park
- Hassall Grove
- Quakers Hill
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Dean Park
Dean Park has upgraded its infrastructure over the years. One of the prime reasons as to why people choose to buy real estate at Dean Park is because of the suburb’s proximity to the M7, which gives the residents easy access to neighbouring suburbs and the Marsden Park Business Precinct. With so many options for recreation and easy-to-use facilities, Dean Park is becoming one of the more popular choices for real estate investment. The property value for Dean Park is also expected to rise in the near future, due to Greg Norman’s Stonecutter’s Ridge Golf Course Estate being a stone’s throw away from the suburb’s centre.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
With close to 3000 residents, Dean Park is a fairly large suburb however is quiet. Around 60% of the population here are of Australian ethnicity and the rest of the population come from Philippines, Hungary, Indian, New Zealand, Vietnam and the Middle East. A large part of the population here speaks a mix of languages; including Arabic, Tagalog and Hungarian and due to the plethora of nationalities, the residents are believed to be extremely welcoming and peace-loving.
What’s Going On In the Dean Park Neighbourhood?
Dean Park is a lively suburb with lots in store for its residents. The ‘Dean Park Chinese Takeaway’ is notable for its scrumptious, Chinese delicacies and is one of the more popular eateries among the many takeaways here. ‘Subway’, ‘Red Rooster’ and ‘Hungry Jacks’ are the other popular places that welcome many visitors on a daily basis. There are two large parks, an 18-hole golf course and an oval, where activities; both sporting and recreational, take place through the week. Residents will also be spoilt for choice with the number of shopping centres in the vicinity – ‘Quakers Court’, ‘Woodcroft Centro’, ‘Plumpton Market Place’, ‘Rainbow Shopping Centre’. With so much happening at Dean Park and surrounds, the suburb is a great place for families with children, couples, retirees, the elderly, singles and professionals.
Dean Park Suburb Statistics
The statistics and the information presented below are subject to change and the data on the website holds true as per studies conducted in January 2016. Analyses will be conducted and uploaded every 6 months on the website.
- Around 22.4% of the population here, are older couples and families. This is followed by established couples and families and maturing couples and families at 22.1% and 17.7%, respectively. This is indicative of a conducive environment for those looking to settle down in safe, homely environments.
- On an average, there are about 819 visits per property in Dean Park alone, as compared to the rest of New South Wales, with an average of just 543 visits. This points towards the fact that Dean Park is becoming a popular choice for real estate and demand is likely to rise in the future.
- The average house in Dean Park is rented out at $410 per week.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Over the years, Dean Park has become a prime choice for those moving from nearby suburbs. With fantastic amenities and modern-style renovated homes, Dean Park offers a safe, family-friendly environment if you are looking forward to having the best of a semi-urban life.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting in Dean Park, please contact us for more information.