Pitt Town Real Estate For Sale
Pitt Town is a bustling suburb and ever since the Vermont Development in 2007, there has been a steady increase in the population leading to a surge in the number of housing projects in and around the vicinity. Residents will be able to choose from an assortment of properties including existing houses, new homes, duplexes and acreages located on arterial roads such as Hall Street, The Cedars Avenue, Cattai Road and Fernadell Drive. Available within different price ranges, these houses cater to large families with elderly persons and pets, small families with children and people who choose to live solo.
Neighbourhoods Around Pitt Town
- Freemans Reach
- Pitt Town Bottoms
- McGraths Hill
- Established couples and families make a higher percentage of the population at Pitt Town with 27%. This is followed by older couples and families at 22.6% and maturing couples and families at 11.9%.
- On an average, Pitt Town has around 758 visits per property in comparison to the 528 visits per property in the remaining suburbs of New South Wales. This indicates that Pitt Town is a high-demand market and is a profitable place to move to with family or if prospective buyers are planning to invest.
- Looking to invest in Pitt Town? As per recent studies conducted in August 2015, the locality has a median rental price of $610 per week.
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Pitt Town?
One of the five Macquarie towns, Pitt Town is a historic suburb and is the epitome of ‘old meets new’. Many of the suburb’s buildings stand testament to the rich history of the town and yet the local residents are serviced by modern amenities. The increase in population has been instrumental in stirring the real estate market in an otherwise peaceful town and this has led to the development of retail amenities, infrastructure and semi-urban facilities. A fairly lucrative neighbourhood, Pitt Town is doing well in the real estate market and shows promise of growth in the near future. It is located 59 kilometres from Sydney and offers convenient transport links to its residents to commute to neighbouring suburbs and to central Sydney.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
With just under 2000 residents at Pitt Town, the suburb is moderately populated and the residents are unobtrusive and peace-loving. The neighbourhood houses two churches; The Scotts Church and the James Anglican Church and is also home to a public school. Local residents take pride in the number of historical heritage sites and landmarks around the neighbourhood. The demographic composition of Pitt Town is a diverse one, with Australian and English ethnicities being fairly dominant.
What’s Going On In The Pitt Town Neighbourhood?
Pitt Town is humming with activities through the week. Children go to schools, local residents can be seen going to church or are seen relaxing at the local Bird in Hand while working professionals commute to work. Pitt Town Village is the local shopping centre that offers a range of retail facilities including a takeaway, bakery, a hairdresser shop, a petrol station and a butcher shop. Lynwood Country Club is also nearby and offers an eighteen hole golf course and club house.
Pitt Town 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 August 2015. Analyses will be conducted and uploaded every 6 months on the website.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Whether you are looking for a 3-bedroom duplex or a small nest to move in with your friends, Pitt Town, the picturesque, developing suburb, is perfect for all your family needs.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting in Pitt Town, please contact us on 4577 9964.