Dean Park, NSW 2761

4(7 reviews)

Ranked 331st best suburb by locals in Sydney (Greater) Region, NSW

Great for

  • Lack of traffic
  • Peace and quiet
  • Cost of living
  • Internet access
  • Parking

Not great for

  • Nightlife
  • Eating out

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • LGBTQ+

Reviews of Dean Park, NSW

chriss78
chriss78
28th October 2021

"Great for Young Families"

Been living in Dean Park for more than a year now and i can say this is a family friendly place. My kids can freely walk around, and play with other kids. There are not so many people as the density is low due to bigger house lot sizes. The place has lots of greeneries and trees. Easy access to M7 is very helpful if you want to avoid traffic in the morning. If you're into cycling, the nearby cycle path is great. Also its very near to Costco, IKEA and Marsden Park shopping centre and schools like St Francis of Asisi. There's also a Western Parklands if you want to walk into the bushes. Overall, we've been loving this place as its more secured, friendly neighbourhood, low density and easy access to schools/shops and parks.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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andyj183
andyj183
26th October 2021

"Lovely neighbourhood for young families"

Dean Park is a fantastic suburb to call home. The neighbourhood feels safe, clean and quiet with all the amenities you need nearby. My neighbours are lovely and there’s a sense of pride living here, you can tell by how much effort everyone puts in their gardens! We bought our home before prices went crazy. We were originally looking at Lalor Park, Marayong, South Blacktown area but most places were slightly out of our budget and were either old clad or fibro homes. We are so glad we didn’t end up buying there. Only 5 minutes from those areas but the homes in Dean Park are newer with solid brick construction and the overall feel is nicer, more green with trees and parks at your doorstep. Lots of young families moving in and it’s not hard to see why! Definitely worth considering especially if you want more land for your money compared to the house and land packages nearby.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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""A HIDDEN GEM" - Great Value, Peaceful, Safe, Family Environment & Loads of Potential!"

Dean Park is nestled right in the middle of a North West growth corridor, next door to Greg Norman's golf course "StoneCutters RIdge", "Western Sydney Parklands", easy access to the M7, only minutes to the Marsden Park Business Precinct, just around the corner to Schofields & Riverstone which has been re-zoned for more residential lots, easy access to Blacktown CBD, the choice of several nearby shopping centres (Quakers Court, Woodcroft Centro, Plumpton Market Place, Rainbow Shopping Centre, Dean Park has a lot going for it, but without the high housing price tag of nearby suburbs. Dean Park has a mixture of 25+ years suburban style homes with modern style homes with small maintenance blocks which range from approx 330m2 to 600m2 on average. There is also a fantastic bicycle / walking track alongside the M7 which provides a safe & easy to use facility. Quiet, friendly, safe & a family atmosphere. I have been a local resident for over 12 years & also have worked in the area for nearly 15 years & I cannot fault this area.

Great for

  • Family friendly environment
  • M7 bicycle / walk ways facility
  • Close to shops and takeaway's
  • M7 On the door step
  • Safe, quiet and friendly area

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • LGBT+
  • Students
  • Country Lovers
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"Great little area with so much on your door step"

I have lived in Dean Park for the past 5 years and I have seen the area develop and improve so much. I choose the area to buy as it was planned to have the M7 and I work in the city. It's quiet given that the M7 surrounds the area, has little traffic and a great friendly family environment.

There are two sections to Dean Park, one older area and a newer built area. A great local primary school and several shops and takeaway's to choose from. Soon to open is the new Greg Norman designed golf course that is accessible through Dean Park and will have great bush walking trails and of course an 18 hole course, can't wait! For those that don't drive Quakers Hill station is a short 20 mins walk away or a 10mins bus ride away.

Walking distance is a Subway, Red Rooster, Hungry Jacks and service station plus there is a medical centre and chemist. As the area is still improving there are some things that could be better but I see they will change over time. I have seen house prices increase over the past 5 years and given that surrounding areas homes are in the $500,000 plus mark Dean Park has made an affordable first start to the property ladder for myself and my family.

Hope you enjoy the area as much we have!

Great for

  • Safe, quiet and friendly area
  • Close to shops and takeaway's
  • M7 On the door step

Not great for

  • Not yet fully developed

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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"Love dean park"

Dean Park is a quiet area within minutes of everything you need. Dean Park is a very quiet, yet reasonably modern area, with a lot of house proud houses. House prices are quite cheap in comparison to the surrounding areas - yet I would say that Dean Park is a nicer area.

There are two large parks and an oval located in Dean Park. Buses run regularly, there is a small set of shops, and a school located centrally.

You are minutes from Stonecutters ridge, woodcroft centro, plumpton marketplace and blacktown westpoint. Ideally quiet and central

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Rentals in Dean Park

"The sleeping giant"

Dean Park's property value is deem to increase very soon due to Greg Norman's Stonecutter's Ridge Golf Course Estate just a stone throw's away - literally only a 5-minute walk! Lots range from 550 to 750sqm; there are only 2 points of entry which makes Dean Park a quiet neighbourhood recommended for families and those who love to do some briskwalking.

Schools close to Dean Park: Richard Johnson Anglican School, St Francis Catholic School, William Dean Public School. Only minutes to M7.

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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"Big lots - great potential"

- big lot sizes
- leafy trees
- wide roads/streets
- quiet neighbourhoods
- great for those who love to renovate/expand
- right beside the new Stonecutters Ridge golf course & residential estate

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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