Warrawee NSW, 2074

Warrawee Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Searching Warrawee, NSW 2074 for a new home? It's important to discover whether the suburb is a serious contender for your next home. The Homes.com.au suburb profile utilises market-leading data to provide you with the Warrawee property prices, demographics & market trends to enable you to make a smart decision on your future purchase.

If you're considering a move to Warrawee, have a little read of our history lesson to find out more about the fantastic lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.

Overview Warrawee is a suburb located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore. It is bounded by two prominent localities―Turramurra on the east and south and Wahroonga on the north and west sections. The Pacific Highway runs through its centre. Adjacent to the highway are railroads that extend to other suburbs in the north. Based on the 2016 data, it has a population of 22,261.

Living in Warrawee Warrawee is a leafy area within the Ku-ring-gai Council. Compared to its neighbouring suburbs, it is relatively small, offering a couple of commercial establishments. Even with the railway station, the place still has limited commercial happenings. Complementing the peaceful surrounding is the architectural history that encircles the entire area. Most of the residential houses here are designed by notable architects. Additionally, the majority of the residents are families. Several bushwalks and parks are found in the area too. These are Warrawee Public School and Knox Grammar School. Whilst there aren’t a lot of things to do at night, the place is strategically sandwiched by two busy localities, so nothing to worry about.

History of Warrawee The name Warrawee was said to originate from an Aboriginal term that means “rest a while” or “stop here”. In particular, its name derived from the railway station that was subsequently fastened to a nearby suburb. The oldest homes in the area were built during the 18th century, and these include Pibrac (1888), Cheddington (1890), and such.

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Real Estate Warrawee, 2074 Statistics

41yrs

Warrawee
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Warrawee Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$3,450,000
Apartments / Units$830,000

Properties in Warrawee NSW, 2074

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Agents in Warrawee NSW, 2074

For Sale by Owner
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For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (NSW)

McGrath Brighton Le Sands
Property Agent Marc Gable
McGrath Brighton Le Sands

Marc Gable

Sales representative
No Agent Property
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No Agent Property

For Sale For Lease

Asset Realty
Property Agent Sima Akbarian
Asset Realty

Sima Akbarian

Director/Licensee
First National Real Estate Lan - Dom
Property Agent Dominic Smith
First National Real Estate Lan - Dom

Dominic Smith

Sales representative
Lorimer Estate Agents
Property Agent Matthew Lorimer
Lorimer Estate Agents

Matthew Lorimer

Director
Marshall.Chan.Yahl.
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Marshall.Chan.Yahl.

Jessica Liu

Marshall.Chan.Yahl.
C
Marshall.Chan.Yahl.

Craig Marshall

CENTURY 21 West Pacific
Property Agent Jenny Zhang
CENTURY 21 West Pacific

Jenny Zhang

Principal/Director
CENTURY 21 Radar Properties
Property Agent Peter Brack
CENTURY 21 Radar Properties

Peter Brack

Principal

Agencies in Warrawee NSW, 2074

For Sale by Owner

For Sale by Owner

Balaclava

Suite 3,19 Suite 1 19 William Street, Balaclava VIC
No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
Belle Property Hornsby

Belle Property Hornsby

Hornsby

1 Coronation Street, Hornsby NSW
Marshall.Chan.Yahl.

Marshall.Chan.Yahl.

Gordon

791 Pacific Highway, Gordon NSW
CENTURY 21 Masterpiece

CENTURY 21 Masterpiece

Lane Cove

94a Longueville Road, Lane Cove NSW
Betty Ockerlander

Betty Ockerlander

Epping

24 Oxford Street, Epping NSW
Belle Property Pyrmont

Belle Property Pyrmont

Pyrmont

The Cooperage 102/56 Bowman St, Pyrmont NSW
Allen & Sheppard

Allen & Sheppard

Thornleigh

270 Pennant Hills Road, Thornleigh NSW
CENTURY 21 Radar Properties

CENTURY 21 Radar Properties

Turramurra

1303 Pacific Hwy, Turramurra NSW
CENTURY 21 West Pacific

CENTURY 21 West Pacific

Killara

651 Pacific Highway, Killara NSW

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What's the size of Warrawee? Warrawee is 1.34 square kilometres and has a population of 841.
What is the suburb of Warrawee, NSW postcode? The postcode for Warrawee, NSW is **2074**
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Chinese, Scottish, Irish, Indian.
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