Beecroft – a destination of choice in Sydney

If you are after the Sydney lifestyle, but would like somewhere a bit more relaxed, then Beecroft is the right area for you. With an evenly spread population in terms of age, according to the 2011 Census, and a median age of 43, families in Beecroft are established and hard working.

Working families are a strong foundation of Beecroft, with Census data revealing that unemployment is at a minor 4.1 per cent, lower than the state average of 5.9 per cent, and the national average of 5.6. However, people in this area know what balance is for, and a greater proportion of workers are part-time than the state or national average.

Beecroft's working class are predominantly professionals, at 40.3 per cent, compared to the state average of 22.7 per cent and the nationwide average of 21.3 per cent. Managers were the next largest professional group at 16.9 per cent.

What does it cost to have this executive lifestyle?

According to realestate.com.au the median house price in Beecroft is around $1.25million, and has been steadily gaining over the past 12 months, showing good capital growth for those invested in the area. Rental houses go for $690 per week. For units in Beecroft, you are looking at a median price of just of almost $825,000 and an average rental of $488 per week.

Beecroft outside of working hours

It isn't just hard work in Beecroft, after all, what's the point of living in such a nice part of the world if you never get to enjoy it? Public transport in the area is good, and there is a commercial district around the railway station, meaning those who wish to enjoy a bit of shopping, or a trip to the city, are well looked after. Easy access to the M2 means you are never far from where you want to be either.

Other major features of the area include the Pennant Hills Golf Club, where you can really unwind after a busy week. If shopping really is more of your thing, there is more of that too, with the Beecroft Module Shopping Centre.

With plenty of reserves and parks in the area, including the Village Green and Chilworth Recreation Reserve, there are plenty of opportunities to wear the kids out before retiring for the evening in the comfort of your own home, enjoying some local takeaways or a home-cooked meal.

Need the down low?

Those that have more than a passing interest in the beautiful Beecroft area might want to consider talking to the Ray White Project Team. With excellent knowledge of the area, and all of the contacts necessary to get the ball rolling, this is the team to talk to for executive real estate in Beecroft and the greater Sydney area.