Blacktown segment annals topple

85 Knightsbridge Avenue, Glenwood, sole for a suburb record $1.53 million

THERE have been dual suburb annals in a Blacktown segment within a past month, highlighting a high direct for properties in a area.

A five-bedroom residence during 85 Knightsbridge Ave, Glenwood, sole for $1.53 million in March, while 12 Baron Close, in Kings Langley, sole a few weeks after for $1.241 million.

Diljot Randhawa, of Starr Partners Bella Vista, sole a home during 85 Knightsbridge Ave, and pronounced buyers were starting to recognize a good value on offer in places such as Glenwood.

12 Baron Close, Kings Langley, sole for a suburb record $1.241 million.

12 Baron Close, Kings Langley, sole for a suburb record $1.241 million.Source:Supplied

“It is a tiny slot that has good infrastructure and accessibility to surrounding areas and a CBD,” Mr Randhawa said.

He pronounced a miss of supply, joined with high demand, was forcing prices up.

“There are not many homes on a market, and we are saying a lot of buyers from around Eastwood, Rhodes and West Ryde,” he said.

The median cost for a residence in Glenwood is $935,000, with expansion augmenting by 47.2 per cent over a past 3 years, CoreLogic information says.

3 Dunk Place, Kings Langley, also burst $1 million, offered for $1.165 million.

3 Dunk Place, Kings Langley, also burst $1 million, offered for $1.165 million.Source:Supplied

It is a identical story opposite a whole Blacktown region, with both Bungarribee and Colebee recording expansion of some-more than 100 per cent in a final 3 years.

Nick Menzies, of Harcourts Hills Living in Baulkham Hills, sole 12 Baron Close, as good as 3 Dunk Place, Kings Langley, both for record prices.

Mr Menzies pronounced an boost in renovations, as good as a direct for high-quality schools, had seen a large change in a area’s demographics.

This residence during 10 Mimosa Grove, Glenwood, sole for $1.2 million.

This residence during 10 Mimosa Grove, Glenwood, sole for $1.2 million.Source:Supplied

“There are a lot of upgrades going in, and areas that have traditionally been comparison are attracting a lot some-more immature families,” Mr Menzies said.

With areas such as Kings Langley and Glenwood traditionally cheaper suburbs than those in The Hills district, Mr Menzies believed a high direct was bringing about changes.

“The opening between a dual areas is shrinking,” he said

Originally published as Blacktown segment annals topple

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