LINDFIELD At A Glance
Lindfield, where the quiet undertones of suburbia meet the rugged beauty of the Australian bush. Situated along Sydney’s prestigious row of North Shore suburbs with highly sought-after schools, an abundance of multi-use green spaces and a strong sense of community, it’s easy to see why Lindfield is on every family’s radar.
Beautiful homes that line quiet leafy streets and access to national parks and business hubs.
Be sure to steer clear of Pacific Highway during peak hour and there are plenty of parklands to take advantage of.
The name Lindfield means Lime Forest.
Lindfield has a nostalgia that families just can’t get enough of. Beautiful period homes with manicured gardens on large blocks are the setting for backyard barbeques. There are reputable primary schools for the younger children, who, when not being ferried to and from various activities, are out in full force, pedalling their bikes.
Along the Pacific Highway, Lindfield’s main artery, is the shopping district and its line-up of cafés, restaurants and family-run businesses. Away from the bustle of Pacific Highway, Lindfield adopts a laidback, yet affluent vibe. There are intimate villages, where shop owners know you by name, local playgrounds and sprawling grounds for local sporting clubs.
The train line and buses connect locals to the business hubs of Sydney CBD, Chatswood and Macquarie Park. Lindfield is also within easy reach of Sydney’s Northern Beaches, putting locals in the enviable position of being able to choose on a whim to be amongst the action or stay local to savour their serene surrounds.
Lindfield and East Lindfield are bordered by Lane Cove National Park, Garigal National Park and the waters of Middle Harbour. Locals love to be outdoors, whether it’s for bushwalking, rock climbing and abseiling in neighbouring parks or for weekend sports at one of the multi-use parks.
Lindfield has an enduring charm that keeps locals there for the long haul.
An affluent North Shore neighbourhood, Lindfield is home to established families with executive parents, young families, professionals and retirees. People are drawn to the beautiful, large homes and reputable schools, and stay for the family-centric community.
Quiet meandering streets that could come straight out of a picture book, beautiful period homes, well maintained gardens and white picket fences – it is no wonder that everyone wants a piece of Lindfield.
Home to a handful of established and reputable primary schools, locals also have access to prestigious high schools located in neighbouring suburbs.
Lindfield is spoilt for choice when it comes to parklands. Bordering two national parks, Middle Harbour and with an abundance of multi-use green spaces, locals have plenty of space to reconnect with nature.
Period, Federation and California Bungalow homes with manicured gardens line quiet, leafy streets. Many have been well maintained, others have been impeccably restored with modern add-ons. Although there are apartments of all shapes and sizes that have been nuzzling their way in, they don’t detract from the homes along some of Linfield’s most sought-after addresses – Middle Harbour, Treatts, Bayswater, Nelson and Northcott Roads.