Jordan Springs NSW, 2747

Jordan Springs Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Is Jordan Springs, NSW 2747 your dream location? It's essential to know if the area meets your real estate requirements. The Homes.com.au suburb profile removes the guesswork by providing the Jordan Springs property prices, demographics & market trends so that we can help you make an informed decision about your potential move to the suburb.

If you are making a move to Jordan Springs, keep reading for a brief historical overview to discover more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview Jordan Springs, a suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, is 53 kilometres west of the Sidney CBD and 47 kilometres west of Sydney. The Penrith city centre is just 7 kilometres from Jordan Springs.

Jordan Springs covers an area of 10 square kilometres and had a population of 5,156 people as of the 2016 census. It is within the city of Penrith's local government area.

Living in Jordan Springs The combination of businesses focused on the community and the suburb's picturesque parks make Jordan Springs an ideal family neighbourhood.

The charm of village life combined with the urban design provides contemporary living at its best. Parks and playgrounds are within walking distance from homes.

Open spaces and parks makeup 17 hectares of the suburb, providing kilometres of walking and cycling trails.

Jordan Springs is a short bus ride to Penrith for easy access to Emu Plains and the Sydney CBD. Seven hundred eighty-three buses provide regular services between Penrith and Jordan Springs.

Jordan Springs has the Jordan Springs Public School, Xavier College High School, and the Little Zak's Academy Jordan Springs daycare, to name a few. The Jordan Springs Shopping Centre is on Water Gum Dr.

History of Jordan Springs Jordan Springs was originally known in the 1800s as Jordan Hill. It was mainly a farming area. In 1941, the Commonwealth Government made 700 acres as the site of the St Marys Defence Site. In 1955, the government took another 500 acres of land to build a factory.

In 1993, ADI Ltd made an offer to redevelop the area as a housing development. In 2004, Len Lease acquired the land from the Commonwealth Government and built 4,800 houses.

Jordan Springs became the newest suburb in Penrith in August 2011.

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Real Estate Jordan Springs, 2747 Statistics

29yrs

Jordan Springs
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Jordan Springs Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$800,000
Apartments / Units$435,000

Properties in Jordan Springs NSW, 2747

Xavier CollegeLittle Zak's Academy Jordan SpringsJordan Springs OSHCLUBJordan Springs Public School

Agents in Jordan Springs NSW, 2747

Ray White Penrith
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Ray White Penrith

Jasmyn Calgaro

Laing+Simmons St Marys | Ropes Crossing
Property Agent Paul Abassi
Laing+Simmons St Marys | Ropes Crossing

Paul Abassi

Principal
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Sara & Scott Edwards

Ray White Penrith
Property Agent Helen Fitzpatrick
Ray White Penrith

Helen Fitzpatrick

Licensee (South Penrith office) / Sales Consultant
PRD Penrith
Property Agent Jeremy Moss
PRD Penrith

Jeremy Moss

Sales Agent
Response Real Estate Penrith
Property Agent Joshua Martin
Response Real Estate Penrith

Joshua Martin

Senior Sales Executive
Ray White Campbelltown
Property Agent Mark Fitzpatrick
Ray White Campbelltown

Mark Fitzpatrick

Senior Sales Executive
Ray White Glenmore Park
Property Agent Robert Norgate
Ray White Glenmore Park

Robert Norgate

Sales Manager
Ray White Mt Druitt
Property Agent Wiltar Jajaw
Ray White Mt Druitt

Wiltar Jajaw

Principal
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starr partners ropes crossing

Sara & Scott Edwards

Agencies in Jordan Springs NSW, 2747

Ray White Campbelltown

Ray White Campbelltown

Campbelltown

49 Queen Street, Campbelltown NSW
Ray White Penrith

Ray White Penrith

Penrith

1/311 High St, Penrith NSW
Urban Land Housing

Urban Land Housing

Bella Vista

514/5 Celebration Drive, Bella Vista NSW
Murdoch Lee Estate Agents Castle Hill & Cherrybrook

Murdoch Lee Estate Agents Castle Hill & Cherrybrook

Castle Hill

1/29 Terminus Street, Castle Hill NSW
Ray White Glenmore Park

Ray White Glenmore Park

Glenmore Park

shop 7A The Town Centre, Glenmore Park NSW
starr partners ropes crossing

starr partners ropes crossing

Ropes Crossing

Shop 9 / 8 Central Place, Ropes Crossing NSW
Cutcliffe Properties

Cutcliffe Properties

Mulgrave

1/18 Groves Avenue, Mulgrave NSW
Response Real Estate Penrith

Response Real Estate Penrith

Penrith

355-357 High Street, Penrith NSW
PRD Penrith

PRD Penrith

Penrith

379 High Street, Penrith NSW
Laing+Simmons St Marys | Ropes Crossing

Laing+Simmons St Marys | Ropes Crossing

St Marys

205 Queen Street, St Marys NSW

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Jordan Springs, NSW postal code? The postcode for Jordan Springs, NSW is **2747**
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Indian, Irish, Filipino, Scottish.
What's the size of Jordan Springs? Jordan Springs is 3.98 square kilometres and has a population of 1452.
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