Marsden Park Real Estate For Sale
Marsden Park is one of the few locales that offers the best of both worlds- old world charm and new world amenities. The suburb’s sublime setting makes for the perfect investment option for prospective home owners and investors. Pet-friendly homes, condominiums, apartments and row houses are some of the many housing options available in this picturesque suburb. To top it all, the residents are blessed with abundant flora and fauna and stunning weather all year round. There are copious housing options in places like Alderton Drive, Elara Estate, Setaria Street, Pratia Crescent and Proposed Road, to name a few.
Neighbourhoods Around Marsden Park
- Berkshire Park
- Shanes Park
- Windsor Downs
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Marsden Park?
Marsden Park is a beautiful, secular suburb in New South Wales and promises peaceful living for its residents. Located 49 kilometres from Sydney’s Central Business District, Marsden Park boasts of easy connectivity to the rest of New South Wales and is easily accessible by road and train. Marsden Park is well-serviced by a host of amenities and is also a developed borough with convenience stores, shopping centres, places of worship, schools and tech parks such as Sydney Business Park, which is still being developed in the area. A freeway and the Westlink M7 motorway have made travelling in and out of Marsden Park extremely convenient and this makes it one of the most lucrative options for families, couples or singles wanting to stay in a suburb that is well-connected.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
A large part of the settlement here is Maltese, followed by Australians. A peace-loving locality, Marsden Park has both, Christian and Muslim places of worship (The Baitul Huda Mosque) and is home to a friendly, welcoming crowd of 1,050 people, dominated largely by older couples and families. Located in the Greater Western Sydney region, Marsden Park is close to a number of road links and is therefore always busy through the week with people travelling in and out of the suburb and with bustling energy.
What’s Going On In The Marsden Park Neighbourhood
Marsden Park is one of the more developed suburbs in New South Wales and has a lot in store for its residents. The international IKEA chain, a 24-hours McDonald’s, Woolworths, Coles Express, a 7/11 retail store and a Home Hub centre are some of the many outlets set up at the suburb. Residents have plenty to do, see and eat through the week and the suburb’s youth are seen relaxing or fraternizing with one another at the Marist Youth Centre – a popular hub for some coffee and conversations. When not shopping or dining out, the locals go to places of worship, or spend time at the community centre or travel to different suburbs with their families.
Marsden 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 December 2015. Analyses will be conducted and uploaded every 6 months on the website.
- 29.7% of the population here are older couples and families. This is followed by established couples and families and maturing couples and families coming it at 19% and 9.5%, respectively. A large, older population suggests that the suburb is already well-developed and is the ideal suburb for high-quality, serene living – away from the din of city life.
- On an average, Marsden Park has 243 visits per property when compared to the rest of New South Wales that has close to 541 visits per property. Though not an extremely, high-demand property, the demand for Marsden Park is increasing with the prices of properties and land likely to go up in the near future.
- Looking to invest in Marsden Park? This tranquil suburb has a median rental price of $550 per week.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Marsden Park has a lot in store for prospective home owners and real estate investors. Though almost fully developed, the suburb is quickly turning into a mini city and can offer the best of both old-world, rustic living and the urban life.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting Marsden Park homes, please Rachael Goldsworthy Realty.