Vineyard Real Estate For Sale
Whether you are looking for residential, new or established homes, acreage or pet-friendly accommodation, you can find it all in this busy suburb. Some of the prime locations for real estate and accommodation include Windsor Road, Clyde Street, Bandon and Otago Roads.
Neighbourhoods Around Vineyard
- South Windsor
- Box Hill
- McGraths Hill
Why Do People Live & Buy Real Estate In Vineyard?
Vineyard is a beautiful suburb that is currently changing with new homes being built in the area. The neighbourhood is well-connected and has a local railway station with direct trains to Sydney. Nearby to Scheyville National Park, Vineyard is an upcoming locale with modernised amenities and abundant natural beauty. The neighbourhood shows immense promise in terms of real estate development and growth, because of its perfect balance between its rustic aesthetics and contemporary appeal.
What’s The Neighbourhood Like?
Vineyard is a relatively small, and tightly held suburb with just under 2000 residents, mostly of Australian ethnicity. The residents of Vineyard are easy going and are extremely fond of their neighbourhood and its offerings. Schools/colleges, clubs, inns, bars, restaurants, malls, hospitals and large racecourses are all a part of the neighbouring sprightly greenbelt to Vineyard. Two popular landmarks are the Riverstone Park and the Deeimba Reserve – home to local flora and fauna. Before the suburb developed into what is today, it was largely agricultural and was part of Windsor’s winegrowing district and hence, earned the name ‘Vineyard’.
What’s Going On In The Vineyard Neighbourhood?
With lots to eat and lots to do, Vineyard has a host of recreation and leisure options for its residents. ‘Billy’s Bistro’ and ‘Bar Piazza’ are two popular restaurants within the locality, apart from the regular fast food and take away outlets. Since the neighbourhood is home to a large percentage of older, established families and couples, there are relatively low crime-rates in the vicinity, making Vineyard the ideal suburb for settling down with family. An active pet-friendly area, Vineyard’s pet centre ‘World 4 Pets’ is a popular spot to pick up pet-related goodies. Apart from options for food and shopping, a number of old churches can also be found within close proximity to popular residential spots.
Vineyard 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 July 2015. Analyses will be conducted and updated every 6 months on the website. The purpose is to give prospective buyers and sellers an indication of average statistics in the suburb.
- 28.8% of the population at Vineyard are established, older couples and families. At second place, are established couples and families at 19.7%. Coming in at third place are 8.3% of elderly singles.
- There are about 293 property visits to Vineyard alone and this makes it a high-demand market. Cumulatively, there are about 508 property visits to the rest of New South Wales.
- Looking to invest in Vineyard? As per recent studies conducted in July 2015, the locality has a median rental price of $425 per week.
Do You Want To Buy A Home Here?
Exceptional family havens of all sizes and at affordable prices can be found at Vineyard. A prime location for residential and investment purposes, this suburb has a lot on offer in terms of quality of life and a great variety of recreational features. If you are looking for safe and comfortable living, then this is the place to be.
If you are interested in buying, selling, leasing or renting in Vineyard, please call our office.