Grantham Farm: Embrace tranquil living and a rich history

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Nestled within the heart of North-West Sydney, Grantham Farm is a suburb carefully curated to embrace the serenity of nature while being within arm’s reach of modern conveniences.

With a heritage dating back to a land grant, it seamlessly marries the past with the present. This region not only offers residents a tranquil lifestyle but also celebrates the remarkable journey that has shaped it into the vibrant community it is today.

 

A glimpse into the past

 

Grantham Farm holds a rich history that adds layers of depth to its present-day allure. Although it wasn’t gazetted until November 2020, the suburb was originally a part of Riverstone and has witnessed centuries of growth and transformation. The echoes of its past, now woven into the fabric of the estate, lend it a unique and captivating character.

The very name of the suburb, Grantham Farm, carries the echoes of its evolution. The estate’s roots can be traced back to a subdivision of the original land grant of Riverstone. In 1810, Governor Lachlan Macquarie granted Lieutenant-Colonel Maurice Charles O’Connell a parcel of land that would later become the cornerstone of Grantham Farm. This historic land grant housed a sprawling six-bedroom cottage, complemented by vineyards and other essential outbuildings.

 

Where community meets convenience

 

Grantham Farm has quickly emerged as a haven for families seeking an oasis of tranquillity without compromising on accessibility. Its strategic location places it close to vital amenities and efficient public transport. This family-friendly neighbourhood caters to those who yearn for a quieter pace of life while remaining connected to urban necessities.

According to the 2021 ABS census, Grantham Farm has a total population of 3,669 and 1,204 dwellings. Almost 50% of residents are aged 25 to 49 years old and are likely to be part of a couple with children (54% of households) or a couple with no children (21%). They are likely to work in health care and social assistance (15%), Construction (11.5%) or retail (10%).

Ease and convenience become companions in Grantham Farm, with a range of shopping and dining options within reach. Residents can indulge in retail therapy at the Carmel Village Shopping Centre or relish the vibrant offerings of the Rouse Hill Town Centre. An assortment of family-friendly dining choices – spanning cafes, restaurants, and more – promises to tantalise taste buds and elevate dining experiences.

Education thrives in the vicinity of the suburb too, with an array of schools and learning centres within a 5km radius. From the Riverstone Public School to the Norwest Christian College, a plethora of options provide quality education for children. For those seeking tertiary education, esteemed institutions like Western Sydney University Nirimba and Tafe NSW – Castle Hill are conveniently situated a short drive away.

Nature lovers find themselves in their element at Grantham Farm. The cherished Rouse Hill Regional Park, a mere six-minute drive away, invites residents for leisurely picnics and family barbecues. Its bike trails, playgrounds, and the serenity of Second Pond Creek create a haven of relaxation. Nearby parks such as Riverstone Park, Schofields Park, Braemont Park, and Douglas Reserve add to the variety of outdoor options.

 

Seamless connectivity

 

Grantham Farm’s connectivity is its crowning glory. The convenience of Tallawong Metro Station and Riverstone Train Station ensures effortless access to Parramatta, Sydney CBD, and beyond.

A network of bus routes threading through Box Hill, Riverstone, Rouse Hill, and Castle Hill ensures that accessibility is never a concern, connecting residents to a world of opportunities.

This ease of travel is also appealing to renters. Investors hold 30% of homes in the area, while the balance is wholly owned or mortgaged. Visit https://www.realestate.com.au, for up to date summary of the suburb’s demand, supply and prices.

 

What home options does Landen have to offer in Grantham Farm?

 

Our Grantham Farm estate is perfectly positioned opposite a new Council Reserve and offers a range of land only blocks as well as a selection of home and land packages with some of Sydney’s leading builders.

Comprising a limited selection of meticulously planned blocks, Grantham Farm Estate pays homage to the essence of thoughtful land design. Spanning up to 380m², these plots offer an array of possibilities for those looking to craft their ideal living space. This diversity ensures that the estate caters to varied preferences, from spacious family homes to more compact, low-maintenance dwellings.

 

Visit Landen’s Grantham Farm Estate.

 

If you have your own builder in mind, choose from our available blocks of land to build your dream home.

 

View Landen’s listings on 60 Edmund Street, Grantham Farm, NSW 2765


What’s next?

 

With its proximity to key amenities in the heart of a thriving region, it is clear that Grantham Farm is a place that people want to call home.

To find out more or express your interest in this suburb, get in touch with our property team at 1300 141 270.