Londonderry Real Estate For Sale
Capitalise on the unique opportunity of owning a piece of land or a beautiful house at one of the prime suburbs – Londonderry, New South Wales. Londonderry is known for its plush landscapes and quickly-developing infrastructure. Most properties, whether row houses, duplexes, apartments or country-styled homes, are just minutes away from local convenience stores, the suburb centre and other neighboring boroughs. Some of the prime properties in Londonderry are located on Blacktown Road, Bowman Road and Milford Road.
Neighbourhoods Around Londonderry
- Agnes Banks
- Berkshire Park
- Bligh Park
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Londonderry
Londonderry is located 60 kilometres away from Sydney and is well-connected to other parts of New South Wales. The quiet suburb, situated in a prime site, is closest to Richmond and Penrith and is easily accessible by road. Most of Londonderry is just crown land and parts of it are still under development. This makes it an extremely inviting prospect for those wanting to invest in places that are still untouched by urban development and have a lot to offer to its residents. An idyllic suburb, Londonderry is quickly turning into a real-estate investor’s utopia.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
Londonderry is a fairly large suburb and is home to close to 3,900 people. The population, mostly Australian, is warm and hospitable. A large part of the population here is into manufacturing, construction or transport/warehouse businesses. Families with children and elderly couples dominate the locality and there is also a sizeable ‘maturing couples’ population. Children stay active through the week and attend Londonderry Public School, while adults commute to work; whether in neighboring suburbs, to Sydney or within the suburb.
What’s Going On In The Londonderry Neighbourhood?
Londonderry village is a central connecting point and is also a place where people get together during the weekends and socialize. An extremely social community, the residents at Londonderry indulge in leisure activities at the community hall, or are seen breezing through the many shops and convenience stores in the locality. Apart from the community hall, the public school and the shops, the suburb is also known for its iconic Londonderry Rural Fire Brigade Station.
Londonderry 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% of the population here are older couples and families. This is followed by established couples and families and maturing couples and families coming in at 18.2% and 11.4%, respectively. An older population indicates that the area is peaceful and is a safe environment to raise a family in.
- On an average there are about 1066 visits per property to Londonderry, whereas the rest of New South Wales has a mere average of 541 visits per property. This indicates that Londonderry is becoming the most preferred choice for real estate investment and is an extremely high-demand market. This could end up affecting the availability of properties and also the prices of these properties in the near future.
- Looking to invest in Londonderry? This beautiful suburb has a median rental price of $440 per week.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
One of the most ideal suburbs to invest in, Londonderry promises unique properties and homes within different price brackets and suiting individual preferences. Whether it is convenience to shops, schools or just nature’s bounty, Londonderry has it all and is quickly becoming a paradise for prospective real-estate investors.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting a home in Londonderry, please contact Rachael Goldsworthy Realty.