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NSW: Kellyville is Sydney’s most popular suburb for those looking to purchase a house

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The suburb 36km northwest of the Sydney CBD had more freestanding house sales over the year to February than any other suburb across the Harbour City, with 677 houses changing hands.

The next most popular suburbs for house buyers were Oran Park in the southwest and Castle Hill – both had about 400 sales. Blacktown and Baulkham Hills were the next most popular and had about 350 house sales each.

Within a 10km radius of the Sydney CBD, the most popular suburb for house sales was Paddington, followed by Mosman.

Housing experts said Kellyville was popular because it offered larger, modern houses on generous blocks and the prices tended to be well below nearby suburbs.

Manor Real estate agent Mitchell O’Connor said buyers liked the value for money they could get in Kellyville.

“If you compare it to nearby suburbs like Rouse Hill, The Ponds or even Stanhope Gardens, the block sizes are bigger, there’s more architecturally-designed houses and the school catchment is better,” Mr O’Connor said.

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