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Mount Annan

"Great for young families"

Local shops, schools, doctors, chemists, gyms, restaurants, takeaways plus the added bonus of the native botanical gardens.......all within easy walking distance. Once you get off the hustle and bustle of Narellan Road the whole suburb is quiet, leafy, tranquil, serene and so much more up market than some of the house prices suggest.
Houses are no more than about 10-12 years old at the most so the prospect of buying a wolf in sheeps clothing is small. The suburb is also well serviced by buses as you are located near Narellan road so getting into Narellan, Camden and Campbelltown to do shopping at malls and larger complexes (including an discount outlet seller which is like DFO) is a breeze. This also means that you are close to Campbelltown train station which is a major stop in the rail network and gets regular trains going into the city.
The suburb is close to the M5 turnoff which gives you good car access to Sydney for either pleasure or work. There is a TAFE, the UWS campus at Campbelltown (now has a medical degree on offer) as well as a number of private schools. If you are lucky enough to get one of the houses in the older streets you will also have the added bonus of lots of street parking as well as larger blocks (600-700m). The newer areas are more built up and the roads are narrower but as the houses are new I suppose you have the choice of what is important to you.
There are also a large number of ovals, recreation areas, picnic facilities, waterways, lakes, ponds and due to the botanical gardens, native wildlife and birds. There is also a major garden centre (Flower Power) as well as the Botanical Gardens plant shop if you love to spend time in your garden.
Overall I love living in this suburb and would recommend it to everyone. It is quiet, close enough to things that matter but far enough away so that you dont have to fight traffic and noise when you are relaxing in your house. The demographic is a lot of younger families so most people are really friendly and have a real sense of community.
Lastly there is great potential for investment in this suburb due to the reasonable house prices coupled with the fact that the suburb has not decreased in value since it was first developed. Now with the uni opening up medicine courses as well as the newer higher density housing there is also great potential for a good rental return

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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