Peaceful, aspirational and leafy, Roseville is considered the first suburb of the “Upper North Shore” as you head north from its bustling neighbour, Chatswood. It’s well known for its beautiful, leafy streets, filled with sprawling manicured gardens and charmingly restored federation and Californian bungalow-style homes.
A desirable location provides space, peace and quiet without sacrificing connectivity to the hubs of Chatswood, North Sydney and the CBD. Charming, pretty and green, the impressively sized homes also enjoy impressive property prices, considerably higher than the Sydney average.
A friendly, bustling hub of shops and amenities surround the train station and pacific highway, also home to the Roseville Cinema, a charming, independent Art-Deco cinema. Over the past few years, popular cafes such as Calibrate and Hill Street Beans have improved the coffee scene and added a modern vibe, alongside homewares and retail options. Further shopping is only five minutes away in Chatswood, Roseville residents reap the benefits of major city-style shopping before easily heading home to peace and quiet.
Popular with established families, there are several local parks and schools, including Roseville Public, and Roseville College, a private Anglican girls school. A quick train ride provides further access to a wide range of excellent private schools.
An increasing number of apartments have become available over the past few years along Boundary Road and the Pacific Highway for those without the desire or budget for a grand older style home.
A highly desirable area with a community and village feel, Roseville certainly provides a beautiful lifestyle.