Published 17 May, 2023
Rouse Hill is one of 27 suburbs in The Hills and has proven popular with buyers from all walks of life thanks to its choice of housing options, local amenities, and bang for your buck. Positioned to the north-west of Sydney’s CBD and Parramatta, Rouse Hill has history, modern conveniences, plenty of green space and an inviting sense of community.
Sydney’s Hills District is a favourite among families as it ticks so many boxes for all ages and lifestyles. Close enough to make the most of what Sydney has to offer, while also being comfortably removed from the hustle and bustle so residents can find the right place and space for their individual needs.
Why Landen is investing in Rouse Hill
A well-loved and tightly held neighbourhood, Rouse Hill has something for everyone, especially upsizing and growing families.
There’s also a great deal of key infrastructure in the area including:
- Tallawong and Rouse Hill Metro stations
- Rouse Hill Town Centre shopping and dining precinct
- Upcoming Rouse Hill Hospital with works due to begin this year
There are many incentives for property investors and homebuyers to choose Rouse Hill:
Firstly, it’s a highly sought-after area with plenty of opportunity for future growth so it’s likely you’d enjoy good capital gains; secondly, it’s close to lots of key amenities so homeowners or tenants will have everything on their doorstep; and thirdly, Rouse Hill has been on the receiving end of some significant new development including the local hospital and train line.
What home options does Landen have to offer in Rouse Hill?
Landen is selling vacant land, or home and land packages, with large blocks measuring between 500 sqm and 898 sqm.
Our exclusive estate totals 67 lots and for those buyers seeking a personalised home as well, we have a choice of architecturally designed houses.
This estate is within close proximity of all the facilities that modern families are seeking. In addition to nearby shopping options, there are a number of great schools in Rouse Hill providing education from pre-school all the way through to Year 12.
What puts Rouse Hill on the map?
In the heart of Darug Country, Rouse Hill was previously farming land and maintains its relaxed countryside vibe today. Some local rural properties are still home to horses and cows on lush pastures, making it an idyllic spot to raise a family where children can ride their bikes, walk the dog and enjoy the great outdoors with several public green spaces such as Rouse Hill Regional Park and The Hills Centenary Park.
The laidback atmosphere is perfectly blended with all the necessary urban amenities including major supermarkets, specialty shops, a community centre and medical facilities in the vicinity.