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Which suburb are close to Sydney and affordable?

2Yr ago 2 Replies 272 Views
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Schofields is much cheaper then other suburbs. 3 BR house are also available with price $800K.
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Joshua Joshua
Hey, The house price are affordable in Schofields as compared to other suburbs like ponds, Quaker hill, castle hill etc.
It has been found that schofields has a more preference among families. It a safe neighbourhood.
Sydney is not very far from schofields as it takes less than an hours by car and 1 hr 20 minutes approx by train to reach there.
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