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Glenorie

NSW 2157

Glenorie is in the Hills District, also known as Sydney’s ‘bible belt’ for the number of evangelical churches in the region, particularly Hillsong, which takes its name from its location. After the Cumberland Plan was abandoned in the 1960s, local orchardists, farmers and market gardeners subdivided their properties into five acre blocks and sold them to people looking for more space than the Northern Suburbs and Upper North Shore could offer. Fortunes were made and some spectacular houses and gardens created. Planning rules have relaxed since then. Conventional neighbourhoods and medium-density have been in the southern end of the region since the late 1970s. Commuting to the CBD from here is notoriously expensive on the tollways designed to make it easier, but access to the West and North West and Northern Suburbs, including North Ryde and Macquarie Park is relatively painless.

Glenorie demographics

Median household income
$103,220
Weekly median rent
$418
Median age
41
Average household size
3.2

Dwelling structure

House
98.3%
Other Dwelling
0.3%
Flat Or Apartment
0.3%
Semi Detached Or Terrace
0.3%

Home ownership type

Owned Mortgage
45.5%
Owned Outright
43.5%
Rented Regular
8.3%
Rented State Housing Authority
0%

Method of travel to work

Car
75.2%
Work From Home
14%
Walking
3.3%
Train
3.3%

Industry of employment

Construction
18.1%
Retail Trade
11.1%
Education And Training
8.9%
Professional Scientific And Technical
8.7%

Recently sold in Glenorie

Sold
$1,930,000 Sold on 21 Aug 2020
884A Old Northern Road, Glenorie
  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 parking
Sold
$1,650,000 Sold on 12 Aug 2020
3106 Old Northern Road, Glenorie
  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 parking
Sold
$950,000 Sold on 26 Jul 2020
1 Sands Court, Glenorie
  • VacantLand
  • - bedrooms
  • - bathrooms
  • - parking
Sold
$885,000 Sold on 25 Jul 2020
1 Echidna Grove, Glenorie
  • VacantLand
  • - bedrooms
  • - bathrooms
  • - parking

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