Freemans Reach Real Estate For Sale
Freemans Reach is a hip and upcoming suburb with copious real estate options for those wanting to invest, rent, buy/sell properties. Prices of properties in Freemans Reach have been growing at substantial rates (46.91%) in the last 3 years because the demand for housing options in this developing suburb is escalating. Freemans Reach is blessed with abundant flora and fauna and is one of the most pristine suburbs of New South Wales. Prospective buyers/investors have plenty of housing options such as row houses, independent duplexes or pet-friendly condominiums in areas like Terrace Road, Cliff Road, Panorama Crescent, Shepherds Road and Kurmond Road.
Neighbourhoods Around Freemans Reach
- Richmond Lowlands
- North Richmond
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Freemans Reach
It is believed that Freeman’s Reach was either named after William Freeman Sir, Don Bradman’s 3rd great grandfather or named after two brothers of the same name. No matter who it is named after, the suburb has a very obscure history and it is this mystery element, combined with the borough’s rich topography that has made it one of the most favorable places for prospective real estate investors. Many parts of Freemans Reach are still developing and many others still retain the old-world charm. Freemans Reach is now being serviced by a number of modern-day amenities, viz. community facilities, places to eat, hospitals, entertainment venues and also active transport links. The suburb is well-connected to the rest of the boroughs in the Hawkesbury City Council area and to major cities like Sydney, which is 65 kilometres away.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
Freemans Reach has a population count of close to 2,200 residents, with a majority being Australians. Many of the families here, live in independent houses with private porches and picket fences. The people are believed to be amiable with incredible amounts of joie-de-vivre and are welcoming of new residents or investors. The community centre at Freemans Reach comes to life during the weekends, children go to Freemans Reach Public School and adults are seen commuting to their offices or other parts of New South Wales for work through the week.
What’s Going On In The Freemans Reach Neighbourhood?
Freemans Reach is a very culturally-inclined suburb. ‘Purple Noon Gallery’ is one of the leading art galleries in New South Wales and is located on Terrace Road in Freemans Reach. Here, the works of indigenous artists from around Australia are displayed and the gallery also showcases the upcoming talent of artists around Hawkesbury. The suburb is always buzzing with the gallery hosting a number of exhibitions. Residents, art enthusiasts and tourists from around Hawkesbury and other parts of Australia, flock the gallery during many of these events, bringing the suburb to life. Apart from Purple Noon Gallery, the residents take part in local activities at the community centre, go shopping in neighboring suburbs and also dine at some of the many restaurants around Freemans Reach.
Freemans Reach 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 December 2015. Analyses will be conducted and uploaded every 6 months on the website.
- 29.6% of the population comprises of established couples and families. This is followed by older couples and families and elderly families coming in at 26.7% and 9.2%, respectively. The larger statistic of 29.6% indicates that Freemans Reach is an ideal suburb for young and established, nuclear families looking for a stable, developing suburb to invest or move into.
- On an average, there are about 1340 visits per property to Freemans Reach, whereas the rest of New South Wales has a cumulative average of 544 visits per property. The fact that Freemans Reach attracts a lot more visitors per property indicates that the real-estate market is in hot demand and is likely to rise in the future, along with increases in price levels.
- Looking to invest in Freemans Reach? This developing suburb has a median rental price of $500 per week.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Freemans Reach is quickly turning into every real-estate investors dream with its rapid development, blessed geography and proximity to other major suburbs.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting in Freemans Reach, contact Rachael Goldsworthy Realty.