Castle Hill Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Castle Hill NSW, 2154

Castle Hill Real Estate: Suburb Profile

If you're buying, renting, or investing in Castle Hill, NSW 2154, it is critical to understand if it meets your requirements when it comes to lifestyle and budget. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Castle Hill median property prices, market trends & demographics so that we can allow you to make informed decisions about your future property purchase.

If you are making a move to Castle Hill, have a little read of our history lesson to learn more about the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview About 30 km northwest of the Sydney central business district lies the suburb of Castle Hill. It is bounded by Kellyville, Glenhaven, Dural, Baulkham Hills, West Pennant Hills, Cherrybrook, and Norwest. Parramatta lies about 9.5 km south of Castle Hill. Lying within the Hills District region, Castle Hill is split between the local government areas of Hornsby Shire and The Hills Shire. A little under 40000 inhabit Castle Hill.

Living in Castle Hill Some local landmarks are Castle Hill House and the Old Parsonage. Heritage listings include St Paul’s Anglican Church and Third Government farm. Various languages are spoken here with inhabitants of different descent, and the area has a diverse religious community. With many amenities, educational and medical institutes, sports and cultural activities, and an excellent transport system, Castle Hill has a great diversity in food, taste, housing, and culture.

History of Castle Hill The Bidjigal people, believed to be a clan of the Dharuk people, were the original inhabitants of the land here. In 1791 the first European settlers came under the umbrella of Governor Phillip. Their search for farming land settlement led them from Parramatta to this area. In 1801 a government farm was established and was called Castle Hill. In 1802 a Frenchman named Baron Verincourt de Clamber received a land grant of 200 acres, which made him the first free settler here. Some say that his house was referred to as the Castle. Castle Hill post office was inaugurated on 1st January 1869. Over the years, Castle Hill has had a somewhat turbulent history.

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The postcode for Castle Hill, NSW is 2154

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