Is Glendenning, NSW 2761 your dream location? It's vital to know if the area is an ideal consideration, given your lifestyle and circumstances. The Homes.com.au suburb profile focuses on providing the best information on Glendenning house prices, demographics & market trends so that we can help you make an informed decision about your next property move.
If you're considering a move to Glendenning, keep reading for a brief historical overview to discover more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.
Overview Glendenning, a Sydney suburb, has an area of 3.64 square kilometres and had a population of 5,131 people based on the 2016 census.
This suburb is 44 kilometres from the Sydney city centre. It is under the governance of the City of Blacktown and within the region of Greater Western Sydney.
Living in Glendenning Glendenning is a superb place to live. It is a quiet suburb with a low crime rate because most residents are working people with young children.
This suburb has good public transport and motorways. The Glendenning Reserve, in Richmond Street, is one of the many parks in the suburb. Western Sydney Parklands, a nature reserve in Eastern Creek, is a short walk away and Marsden Park in the suburb of Marsden is within a short distance. George Tupou V, the King of Tonga, officially opened The Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga on the corner of Lamb Street and Glendenning Road.
The resale value of properties is constantly on the rise compared to its neighbouring suburbs.
History of Glendenning Glendenning confirmed a suburb in 1987. It was named after a Plumpton butcher, William Glendenning. William owned a slaughter yard in Land Street in the 1990s. Land Street is today the suburb of Glendenning.
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