The semi-rural suburb of Glenhaven is located 32 kilometres north west of Sydney’s CBD in the Hills Shire and it is part of the Hills District. It has a population of just over 5,500 of whom nearly 30% are under 18. This is a very picturesque suburb with views to the Blue Mountains. The air is clean and fresh with lots of trees. The houses are on small rural blocks – up to five acres – or on typical suburban house blocks. There is a small local shopping centre – where your goods are carried to your car for you – a rarity these days! However, if larger shops are needed Dural and Castle Hill are not very far away. The schools in Glenhaven are the Glenhaven Primary School, and the Lorien Novalis School – a Rudolf Steiner School. Most high school children would have to travel to neighbouring suburbs for school. There are two retirement villages – Glenhaven Green on The Old Northern Road, and Living Choice Glenhaven on Glenhaven Road. Glenhaven would be an idyllic place to retire with its peace and quiet. One drawback of living in Glenhaven and working in the city would be the travel – the roads in the area become very congested during peak hours. But think of the serenity awaiting you when you get home every evening!
The semi-rural suburb of Glenhaven is located 32 kilometres north west of Sydney’s CBD in the Hills Shire and it is part of the Hills District.