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    The Hottest Suburbs in Sydney to Build Your New Home

    May 13, 2022  

    Ever since people started calling Sydney home many generations ago, its growth has never slowed down. Loved for its location, weather, infrastructure, opportunities and vast communities, Sydney bursts with suburbs that provide the perfect place to settle down roots or grow your property portfolio.

    One of the biggest perks of building from scratch is that you get to choose exactly where you want to live or invest.

    Whether in one of Sydney’s master-planned estates or a well-established suburb, you get to look for the factors that will offer the right lifestyle and opportunity to match the quality and comfort of your new home.

    When deciding where and how to secure a property for a new home, future homeowners will have to consider affordability. But more often, liveability is the highest priority for new home investors. What determines liveability can vary from buyer to buyer and the stage of life they may be in.

    Some factors that can influence a suburbs liveability include:

    • Access to employment
    • An array of public transport options such as trains, buses, and ferries
    • A rich culture
    • The levels of main road congestion
    • The education opportunities
    • Shopping precincts
    • Availability of open spaces, tree cover and beachside views
    • Topographic variation
    • An array of cafes and restaurants
    • Low crime levels
    • Good telecommunications connections

    How liveable an area is will depend on how vital each consideration is to you. A great tool to help you in your quest is the Urban Living Index, which can offer great insight into the density, affordability, community, employability, amenities and accessibility of the suburb you are considering.

    With these tools and considerations in mind, read on for the lowdown on some of Sydney’s most regarded and recommended suburbs, and you may find your new place to call ‘home’.

    Bardwell Park

    Bardwell Park is one of the fastest-growing suburbs in Sydney, only 12 kilometres from the bustling CBD, and a popular choice for investors who wish for a high rental yield. If you’re looking to build a home that will boost your portfolio and provide a steady stream of rental income, Bardwell Park is well worth a place on your list of options.

    Menangle Park

    Menangle Park is one of the newer communities, yet it offers a charm that is hard to find elsewhere. Nestled among nature where open spaces are abound, this unique suburb is a far cry from the concrete jungle you may be picturing when you hear the phrase ‘master planned’. If you’re lucky enough to secure a block on one of Menangle Park’s picturesque streets, you will soon be local to brand new infrastructures such as major shopping centres, schools, sporting grounds and entertainment precincts.

    Sutherland Shire

    Quietly known as one of Sydney’s best-kept secrets, the Sutherland Shire offers a laidback lifestyle that is often hard to find in Sydney’s busy streets and suburbs. Providing a combination of a great atmosphere plus a rich sense of community, large blocks deliver on the opportunity to build a duplex or plan a sprawling forever home.

    Northern Beaches

    When you think of Sydney, perhaps it is of high-rise buildings, noisy traffic, and concrete pathways; however, if you’re lucky enough to call yourself a Northern Beaches local, Sydney will become synonymous with peacefulness, open spaces, and the ultimate work/life balance. A popular place for building granny flats and dual living homes, you’ll never want to leave once you dip your toes into the Northern Beaches lifestyle.

    Epping

    Is a knockdown rebuild your journey? If so, don’t let an opportunity to buy in Epping pass you by. Famous for its traditional red stone houses, expansive blocks of land, leafy streets and an ideal distance to the CBD, Epping is slowly being transformed by those who don’t let good land go to waste. With great schools, work opportunities, extensive public transport options and facilities around every corner, you will find everything you need in Epping.

    Box Hill

    There’s a reason why Box Hill is one of Sydney’s most popular new suburbs. Box Hill has been planned and built with convenience in mind. With several new estates popping up, Box Hill is incredibly well connected to most major motorways, railways, and infrastructure, making commutes more accessible and efficient. If you’re looking for a house and land package that will make your life as a working professional easy, Box Hill will tick all the right boxes.

     

    The perfect block is waiting for you in Sydney…

    Sydney is an incredibly vast place with a wealth of opportunity for future landowners.

    Titles such as the Inner West, the CBD, the Eastern Suburbs, the Southwest and North Shore might make you feel like you’re reading about New York City, but they form the conglomerate of some of Australia’s best places to live. We have done some of the hard work for you, with the help of the Urban Living Index, and narrowed down some prime suburbs to add to your consideration in addition to the hotspots listed above; these include:

    The Inner West

    Surry Hills, Newtown, Balmain, Rhodes, Waterloo, Chippendale, Erskineville, and Alexandria

    The Inner West is comprised of hundreds of suburbs, favoured by families and working professionals alike, loved for its rich sense of community and easy access to a wealth of employment opportunities along with all the perks of the city.

    The Eastern Suburbs

    Bondi, Bronte, Double Bay, Woolloomooloo, Darlinghurst, Potts Point and Randwick

    If affordability isn’t a concern, the Eastern Suburbs can offer a lifestyle, sense of safety and comfort like nowhere else. Where the Urban Living Index scores faltered due to poor transport and high costs, they are improved by a broad property landscape and a high quality of living.

    The Southwest

    Kareela, Bardwell Park, Woolooware, Cronulla, Fairfield, Liverpool, Camden, and Campbelltown

    Rich with families who recognise opportunity when they see it, the Southwest is the place to be for well-priced land, space to stretch out, hiking tracks to tackle, cafes to enjoy and neighbours to share a BBQ with.

    West Sydney

    Parramatta, Blacktown, Rosehill, and Harris Park

    An up-and-coming region that has experienced improved liveability over the years, West Sydney is rich with employment opportunities, cultural diversity and room to explore with over 5000 hectares of parkland. In addition, increased availability of public transport and affordable parcels of well-planned land has resulted in West Sydney becoming a popular place to live.

    North Shore

    Northern Beaches, Crow’s Nest, Lavender Bay, Neutral Bay, Kirribilli, Manly and Fairlight

    Featuring the most liveable suburb in Sydney (here’s looking at you, Crow’s Nest), the North Shore is a hotspot for those building their forever homes and savvy investors alike. The land opportunities are vast and diverse, from glitzy high-rise apartments to laid back waterfront properties, and you may even be able to slide into work on a ferry. With easy access to the city, an abundance of schooling options and proximity to some of the world’s best beaches, what’s not to love?!

     

    Building in Sydney? We can help…

    We understand that choosing the best suburb in Sydney to build a home can be daunting. With so many great options with different perks and opportunities, the choice can feel endless. We are here to help, with a depth of experience building in Sydney and unmatched personalised service.

    To chat through your home build options with professionals who care, and importantly, know Sydney in and out, get in touch today.

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