Cattai Real Estate For Sale
A well-developed suburb, Cattai is blessed with abundant natural wealth, education and recreation facilities and is also one of the few suburbs of New South Wales that is steeped in history. This makes Cattai an extremely favorable place for prospective investors and home owners, who have the best of both worlds; old and new. Here, homeowners and investors can choose from row houses, cottage-homes, ranch-styled homes, independent houses, apartments and condos. Some of these properties can be found for rent or sale on Millers Road, Wisemans Ferry Road, Gully Forest Place, Sandstone Health Place and Sugar Glider Drive.
Neighbourhoods Around Cattai
- Maroota South
- Pitt Town
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Cattai?
A tiny settlement in New South Wales, Cattai is growing into one of the most popular choices for residents and investors, because it is still relatively untouched, is green in most parts and is also showing immense promise in terms of infrastructural development and opportunities. Additionally, Cattai is well-serviced with both, educational and recreational facilities. The average age of the population here is 40-45, making the environment in this suburb an extremely conducive one to raise children in or for families. Parks, sporting ovals, a golf resort, Cattai Primary School, places of historic interest and restaurants are all a part of this little, vibrant suburb. Cattai is located at a distance of 63 kilometres from Sydney and all major cities and boroughs are accessible by train and road.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
With just under 700 residents as per a 2011 consensus, Cattai is one of the smallest suburbs in New South Wales, but is home to hordes of happy families. A majority of the population at Cattai are Australians and more than 70% are Christians. The neighbourhood is warm, amicable and peace-loving and like many other suburbs in the area, Cattai has many old-styled cottages, farmhouses such as the ‘Cad-Die’ and buildings that are reminiscent of its colorful past. Families can be seen relaxing at some of the many parks here, children can be seen going to school and since a large part of the population are employed as professionals and trade workers, there is always a lot of travel, buzz and mirth in this tiny suburb.
What’s Going On In The Cattai Neighbourhood?
Whether you are a golf enthusiast or just someone who loves to live in a tranquil and picturesque setting, Cattai has something for everybody. One of the biggest golf resorts in New South Wales is located within Cattai and locals and residents from neighboring boroughs can be seen travelling to the Golf Resort to practice some swings through the week. The golf hole is always buzzing with throngs of golf enthusiasts. Pop-up shops, restaurants such as ‘Bungool’ and toy stores such as ‘Wood B Good Toys’ shop can also be found in central parts of the borough and attract a great deal of families with children. Amidst all these activities, locals can also be seen travelling to neighboring suburbs, attending church or visiting some of the many parks and recreational options viz., the 424 hectare Cattai National Park, Mitchell Park and Thomas Arndell’s Cottage.
Cattai 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 October 2015. Analyses will be conducted and uploaded every 6 months on the website.
- Around 28.9% of the population are older couples and families. This is followed by established couples and families and elderly families at 16.9% and 15.7%, respectively. A higher percentage of older couples and families indicate that Cattai is a family-friendly settlement and is ideal for those who are looking to lead a serene life.
- On an average, there are about 519 visits per property in Cattai alone, whereas the rest of New South Wales has an average of 550 visits per property. Cattai is showing potential in terms of the real-estate market and signs of sky-rocketing demand in the near future.
- Looking to invest in Cattai? This developing locality has a median household income of $1,718 per week, which is $481 higher than the state average.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Cattai stands at number ‘272’ in the list of the most expensive suburbs in New South Wales. It is slowly turning into a hot-demand market for real estate and with the kind of development and lifestyle that Cattai promises to offer, prices and demand are both, likely to rise in the future. Settle down in Cattai, because it has a lot on offer for its residents and investors, suiting individual price ranges and preferences in terms of housing.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting Cattai homes, contact your nearest Licensed Real Estate Agent, Rachael Goldsworthy.