There may not be an actual castle in Castle Hill, but that doesn’t stop it being suburban royalty.

Posted 08th October 2020 by Pillar Property

SNAPSHOT – Castle Hill has 75 properties available for rent and 126 properties for sale. Median property prices over the last year range from $1,557,500 for houses to $921,000 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Castle Hill rent out for $680 PW with an annual rental yield of 2.3% and units rent for $540 PW with a rental yield of 3.0%. Based on five years of sales, Castle Hill has seen a compound growth rate of 3.4% for houses and 3.1% for units.

The top 3 suburbs that people from to Castle Hill are Baulkham Hills, Cherrybrook, and Kellyville. 

People

Castle Hill residents are generally families with older children living in their second or third home, or retirees.

Lifestyle

Whether you shop at professional level, or prefer an afternoon in the garden trimming the roses, Castle Hill is more than happy to accommodate you.

Homes

Castle Hill has a love affair with brick, and brick veneer (with a touch of render). Houses are generally family friendly and range on scale from standard residences to grand homes.

Once dominated by orchards, Castle Hill is now home to business parks, shopping centres and some of the Hills district’s finest homes.

Castle Hill is a 30-minute drive to Sydney city on a good day (in peak hour it’s closer to 50 minutes). It’s a popular suburb with plenty of amenities, including Castle Towers, a behemoth shopping centre. A Castle Hill address is a source of pride, and many properties are valued at $1 million plus. If you’re looking for comfortable family living and access to the country as well as the city, Castle Hill could well be for you.

Source: realestate.com.au and Corelogic.

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