Best Suburbs to Build in Sydney

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Amy
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Now you know the benefits of building new, you can start looking at the best suburbs to build in Sydney. 
Whether it’s an up and coming area of Sydney like Box Hill or an established area like the Northern Beaches, where there’s a lot of potential for Knockdown Rebuilds, we’ve listed some of Sydney’s best suburbs to build new. 

 

Master Planned Communities 

Menangle Park

Menangle Park is a new, master planned community that is nestled quietly amongst nature with unlimited spaces, affordable house and land options and picturesque streetscapes with a distinct personality for each neighbourhood. With development of major retail precincts including restaurants and entertainment as well as future primary schools, childcare and sportsgrounds, Menangle Park will offer new beginnings with lot sizes from 420m2. 

Box Hill 

Home to a number of new estates with lots ranging from 300sqm to 560sqm, the Box Hill community has become even more convenient and connected as ever. With easy access to major motorways, railways, retail and education, the significant infrastructure enhancements have put Box Hill on the map as being one of the most popular new suburbs to build in Sydney. Whether you’re interested in buying a House and Land package or land only, enjoy everything Box Hill has to offer; a backyard that never ends in North West Sydney. 

 

Established Areas 

Sutherland Shire 

Recently rediscovered and now referred to as Sydney’s best kept secret, the Sutherland shire offers a laid back lifestyle, a great atmosphere, and a sense of community. This area has recently become a property hotspot with large blocks, where many are opting to build a Duplex design to live in one and sell the other! Just 26 kilometres from the CBD, some of the more well-known suburbs include Caringbah, Cronulla, Gymea and Miranda. 

Northern Beaches 

With a strong focus on lifestyle. The Northern Beaches offer a balance of both prosperity and peacefulness that is hard to find anywhere else in Sydney. Once you live there, you’re hooked and it’s a rare occasion to head into the city, an unfamiliar territory for the locals. Again, larger blocks are a selling point for this area, with a lot of detached houses, including Granny Flats and Dual Living arrangements. 

Epping

Think spacious green blocks, well sized traditional home sites, old red brick homes, leafy streets, and lots of opportunity to Knockdown Rebuild. This area can be busy and congested (hello Greater Sydney), but overall, it’s a very classy, peaceful, and convenient place to live with great schools, facilities, and shops.  Only 23km to Sydney’s CBD, it’s an easy commute via rail from Epping station.