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Gladesville is located north west of Sydney, 10 kilometres from the CBD. It is part of two local government areas, the City of Ryde and also the Municipality of Hunter’s Hill. The suburb is set along the Parramatta River.
Getting there and getting around
Gladesville is serviced by a number of buses that reach the suburb via the major thorough fares of Victoria Road and Pittwater Road. The suburb can also be reached via ferry. Huntleys Point Ferry Wharf (which is also sometimes known as Gladesville Ferry Wharf) is in the close by suburb of Huntleys Point.
Lifestyle and population
This is a picturesque suburb that boasts lovely views over Parramatta River and bush setting nestled in beside the river bank. The suburb was home to famous poet Banjo Patterson in the late 1800s and Rockend Cottage, where he lived, is registered as a National Estate property. Gladesville town centre is a busy mix of retail, commercial and entertainment facilities.
With a population of just under 11,000 people the largest household Gladesville demographic is couples with children (more than 45%), couples without children is the next largest (23%), with single occupancy households third at 16%.
Property trends and opportunities
About 62% of residences in Gladesville either own their homes outright or are in the process of purchasing (owner occupiers). Renters make up nearly 35% of the population in this suburb.
Median House Price $1,400,000
Median House Rental Price $800 pw
Average House time on market 60 days
Median Unit Price $567,000
Median Unit Rental Price $430
Average Unit time on market 29
*Note: Data accurate at time of update. Last update – June 2013