Strathfield

Strathfield NSW 2135

Just 14km from the CBD, with a major train station and several well-regarded schools, it’s no wonder Strathfield is popular. Strathfield is known as a multicultural community, with locals who hail from China, India, Korea and Sri Lanka. With relative proximity to the city and good transport options, many residents work in city offices. There are plenty of schools in the area for children and teenagers.

Schools

Primary: Strathfield South Public School

Primary: Marie Bashir Public School

Primary/secondary: Meriden School, Santa Sabina College, Trinity Grammar School, St Patrick’s College

Primary: St Martha’s Catholic Primary School

Secondary: Strathfield Girls High School

 

Transport

Train: North Strathfield train station, Strathfield Train station

Bus: These Bus lines near Strathfield : N80, 913 914 450 407 480 483 43T2

CBD: Strathfield is 12kms from the CBD

Amenities

Strathfield Plaza inside and around contain some great stores.

Cafes such as Caffe 22, Oliver Brown, House of Pumpkin & Chatime.

Parks include Strathfield Park, playground and Freshwater Park.

People

The predominant age group in Strathfield is 20-29 years. Households in Strathfield are primarily couples with children.  

In general, people in Strathfield work in a professional occupation.

Medium House Price

Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $2,427,000.

Households are likely to be repaying $4000 per month on mortgage repayments.

The Rental Market

Currently the median rental for a 2 bedroom apartment in Strathfield is $500 PW

44% of Strathfield Residents rent properties. 

What we Love

Excellent public transport, plenty of schools and a variety of home options. Set alongside major road arterials and with a large train station, it’s a happy home for residents.

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