Penrith is one of Sydney’s hidden gems, many are yet to discover. With a busy city centre and quiet suburban streets, Penrith is a sweet combination of a big city with gentle family homes. When looking to buy in Sydney, Penrith provides you a suburb with incredible potential, yet to be found by the intense interest in the heart of Sydney. Not only do you bag a bargain in Penrith but you open yourself up to a whole life of recreational opportunity that will have you loving both your new home and your supportive community. New lots and amazing houses are for sale in Penrith today. Visit Lendlease Communities Penrith today to learn more and find out how you can escape the rising prices of Sydney without travelling too far.
1. The Museum of Fire
Make your children’s dreams come true of being a Fire Fighter! Each day at the Museum of Fire you can uncover the history of firefighting. From adventurous explorations to games and quizzes to interest and challenge your kids, a trip to the Museum will give your family a new-found appreciation for our emergency services. With hidden challenges and captivating history, enjoy a trip to the museum all together to experience all it has to offer.
2. The Nepean River
The Nepean River conceals a dense block of land open to exploration and outdoor living. A stunning 7km loop takes you along the serene setting that surrounds the river. With sculptures, bird and boat watching, interactions with wildlife and picnic and playground facilities, everyone in the family will enjoy a trip to the stunning Nepean River. Find your perfect home close to the city centre without the busy streets and heavy traffic. Finding your home through Lendlease Communities broadens your search for the perfect house. The upcoming development of Jordan Springs East borders on the town centre and showcases its sense of community through its focus on education, local produce and the conservation of the stunning surroundings.
With its recent unveiling in 2014, the Nepean Naval Museum is the surrounding area’s first organisation dedicated to the work of the Naval Forces. Located in the centre of Penrith’s city and asking simply for a gold coin donation for entry, dive into the work of the Naval Forces through the extensive memorabilia and history at the Museum.
4. The Penrith Museum of Printing
The Penrith Museum of Printing is devoted to the preservation of letterpress printing. Established in 1987, this museum was created out of a governmental grant that aims to showcase the machinery and equipment that were the original pieces used when selling the Nepean Times Newspaper. With a focus on maintaining the teachings of history to future generations, this not-for-profit organisation is an interesting place to visit when living in Penrith. Jordan Springs East is being revitalised with new developments which will allow you to enjoy the beauty of Penrith without stretching the budget too far. Being only 7km from the heart of Penrith, Jordan Springs East is easily navigated through buses and public transport. The convenience of easy living, close to the suburb centre, is matched conversely with a quaint and intimate sense of community.
5. Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill
This beautiful Garden is infamous for its adornment of herbs and traditional fruit orchards that provide a beautiful, relaxing escape filled with deep history and tradition. Taste the fruit in the teas provided in the garden and view the watermill surrounded by wildlife and picturesque views.
Penrith encapsulates the best of Australian culture. With a property market expecting to boom over the coming years, you would be smart to invest in your first home or an additional property within this community’s walls. A growing sense of communal support and quality homes is readily apparent across the spread of Penrith. View the communities available to you today and find a value for money while still enjoying the hustle and bustle of Sydney at a slower pace. Check out the range of Lendlease Communities on the market today and find your perfect home to unlock your future.