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NSW: Families who want large, affordable houses should have a look towards suburbs in Sydney’s south

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Families who want large, affordable houses in areas with good schools should buy in a band of suburbs in Sydney’s south and outer southwest, a new study has found.
Suburbs ranked as offering the best lifestyle for families were Revesby Heights, Padstow Heights, Milperra and Georges Hall.
Other top areas for families included Wakeley, Bossley Park and St Johns Park, along with Engadine in the Sutherland Shire and Greystanes, near Parramatta.

These suburbs offered a mix of affordability, low density, proximity to amenities and safety, the best suburbs report revealed.
Prices in each of the suburbs were below $1 million, crime rates were among the lowest in the Greater Sydney area and each area was within 30km of the CBD.

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