Leafy views and big houses are the order of the day in West Pennant Hills. Of course, West Pennant Hills isn’t only home to adults, but here the kids are more likely to be teenagers than toddlers. And when it comes to work, more than half the locals here are employed as professionals or managers. With a generally older population, the volume of schools in West Pennant Hills is a little lower than some other suburbs around Sydney. In fact, there’s just one primary school and one Steiner Rudolph school (although there are several pre-schools and kindergartens). Got kids? Fear not – the surrounding postcodes have several more primary schools and high schools, both public and private. At the junction of Pennant Hills Road and Castle Hill Road you’ll find major conveniences such as a Coles supermarket alongside a newsagent, bottle shop and other local shops. This suburb is home to a lot of parks but no summary of this postcode is complete without mention of the beautiful Cumberland State Forrest, which sits in its middle. If you’re a fan of public transport, there is a well-serviced bus network with the North West Rail Link nearing completion. Hoping for a maintenance-friendly apartment? You might need to look elsewhere. There are only about 80 units, flats and apartments in the whole of West Pennant Hills. If a traditional free-standing home is more your style, then you’re in luck: more than 90% of homes here fit that description. Old, new or somewhere in between, houses in this postcode come in every age, shape and style. Big houses, parklands just a few minutes away, lots of services and easy access via the M2 Motorway – West Pennant Hills residents have a lot of reasons to love their neighbourhood. Come the weekend though, you have a tough decision - exploring the forest or going for a round of golf?
West Pennant Hills
Leafy views and big houses are the order of the day in West Pennant Hills.