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Peakhurst Heights

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Nov 16, 2019

"Bought this year and have been loving the suburb since!"

My wife and I up sized from our unit in Mortdale. We didn't want to move far as we love the suburb of Mortdale for it's cafes/restaurants.

Peakhurst Heights is a fantastic suburb that is close to most things. Loads of green space (Gannons park/Hurstville golf course), woolworths/gym down the road. The M5 is a 3-4km away so access to the city is easy and bus service to Mortdale station for the train is available.

The majority of residents are elderly couples, followed by younger families. We bought from an older couple that were downsizing, this is a trend which will continue and see more young families move into the area, and why wouldn't you? The area is beautiful, the schools are good, the small strip of shops on Pindari Road includes a great cafe (Dessertoya) and a yoga school, among others.

We would have loved to have bought in Mortdale/Oatley, but were priced out of both. However both suburbs are easily accessed from Peakhurst Heights, including easy access to Oatley Park via Pamela Ave.

If you want to be closer to more action and more main roads, Peakhurst is probably for you instead of Peakhurst Heights. If you prefer life a bit quieter whilst still having access to almost everything you need, Peakhurst Heights is great.

The only real downside is that a train station is not walking distance. But you will pay 200k or more for this in suburbs like Mortdale/Oatley and bus service gets you to Mortdale in 6-8 minutes in any case.
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"Family Focused Suburb With A Great Neighbourhood Spirit"

Peakhurst Heights was an extension of the suburb of Peakhurst, until it was recognised as a separate suburb in 1995. It is bordered by Boggywell Creek and Lime Kiln Bay, on the Georges River. It has extensive bike and walking trails.

Peakhurst Heights is mainly a residential area. Gannons Park being the large recreation area in the north west corner and Hurstville Golf Course on the eastern border, with Ken Rosewall Tennis Centre . Selected areas of Peakhurst Heights have been designated as Foreshore Scenic Protection by Hurstville Council, ensuring the natural wetlands and bushland setting is conserved.

There’s a variety of housing types, leafy tree-lined streets with beautiful single and double level homes, executive villas to waterfront style living.

Each Christmas Eve the residents of Peakhurst Heights congregate on the streets to enjoy the numerous homes adorned with Christmas lights and decorations. A tradition which is reflective of the neighbourhood spirit, possessing a strong sense of community with a family focus.

Are you looking to buy or sell in Peakhurst Heights? Give me a call on 0433 740 938!

LJ Hooker Mortdale
(02) 9570 4488
11A Morts Rd, Mortdale
mpr@ljh.com.au
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