Top 7 Reasons to Buy or Invest Property in Kellyville

Updated: Jul 23

Kellyville NSW 2155 is part of The Hills Shire LGA and has become one of the most sought-after suburbs to buy in Sydney's North West. This popular suburb is located approximately 37.8km northwest of Sydney CBD. It borders Stanhope Gardens on the west, Beaumont Hills and North Kellyville on the north, Glenhaven and Castle Hill on the east, and Norwest and Bella Vista on the south. The suburb has become very popular among property buyers; here are the top seven reasons to buy a property in Kellyville.


1. Transport: Kellyville Metro Train Station

The main reason to buy a property in Kellyville is the suburb has its train station, Kellyville Station, located on the corner of Samantha Riley Drive and Old Windsor Road. The station and its multi-storey car park opened in 2019 and provide commuters access to Sydney Metro through Chatswood Station. Busses are running through the station, which provides access to local public and private schools, Sydney CBD, Epping, Cherrybrook, Blacktown CBD and Parramatta CBD.

Kellyville Train Station in Kellyville
Kellyville Train Station in Kellyville

2. Constant price growth

Kellyville's median house price has grown significantly in the last few years, primarily due to having a train station built. Currently, Kellyville's median price of a house is $1,800,000 has climbed by 185.71% in the past 10 years, representing a compound annual growth rate of 18.57% for Kellyville.


3. Variety of properties

When it comes to buying property in Kellyville, there are plenty of options for everyone, from standalone houses, duplexes, terrace houses, townhouses to units that would appeal to downsizers. The most common type of dwelling in this area will be a standalone family home with at least four bedrooms and a backyard. There is also a good mix of charming older properties to newer modern properties with various land sizes.

A Standalone Family Home: 7 Austen Place, Kellyville NSW 2155 - Sold by Irving
A Standalone Family Home: 7 Austen Place, Kellyville NSW 2155 - Sold by Irving

4. Popular schools

The suburb of Kellyville has some of the well sought after schools for both primary and high schools with property buyers. The suburb has options of public school (Kellyville Public School, Sherwood Ridge Public School, Kellyville High School), catholic school (Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School), private school (William Clarke College) and special needs school (Tallowood School).

Kellyville Public School, one of the primary school in Kellyville NSW 2155
Kellyville Public School, one of the primary school in Kellyville NSW 2155

5. Bernie Mullane Sports Complex and Livvi's Place All-Access Playground

Bernie Mullane Sports Complex is one of larger sporting complexes with indoor/outdoor facility built and owned by the The Hills Shire Council. It features two indoor courts, five fields (includes two all-weather synthetic fields), five netball courts, six tennis courts, two cricket pitches, dog park and walking tracks.


There are many playgrounds and parks scattered around Kellyville however, Livvi's Place Playground is one of the best. Located in Bernie Mullane Sports Complex, this inclusive playground is fully gated, with plenty of covered areas providing shades and has a wheelchair swing.


You'll find everything from a large water play area, trampolines, slides, sandpit, a balancing beam walk, swings, musical instruments, climbing ropes to a barbecue area, and more to explore in this fun and engaging playground.


6. Convenient of local shops

Kellyville has three local shopping centres: Kellyville Village (90 Wrights Rd, Kellyville), a good-sized shopping centre with various speciality stores and a fresh new design Coles; The Village Centre (29-31 Windsor Rd, Kellyville) and Kellyville Court (50 Windsor Rd, Kellyville). Kellyville is also a short drive from two new shopping centres in North Kellyville: The North Village and North Kellyville Square and Rouse Hill Town Centre in Rouse Hill.


7. Safe neighbourhood

In 2021, Kellyville had a low crime rate of cases per 100,000 population compared to the rest of NSW. It's safe to say that Kellyville is one of the safer suburbs in New South Wales.


Conclusion

Kellyville's home market appears to be bursting at the seams and growing steadily, despite Sydney's housing affordability crisis. It has a train station that provides easy access to transport, several popular public and private schools, diverse types of dwellings to choose from, plenty of amenities and a safe suburb to live in. These reasons make Kellyville a wonderful area to call home or invest in property. If you found any other reason you love living in Kellyville, please let me know or leave a comment below.


Irving Gunawan

Kellyville Real Estate Agent

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Hi I'm Irving Gunawan a local Kellyville real estate agent, I believe it's important to stay updated with your local property market, so if you want to know the true value of your property, you can start with a free property appraisal. If you are thinking of selling in Kellyville, read my FAQ page about selling a house in Kellyville.

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