PYMBLE At A Glance
Savouring their serene surrounds, Pymble and West Pymble like to keep things on the down-low. And who can blame them? They have gorgeous homes with gardens to match, leafy streets that connect to plentiful multi-use green spaces, and prestigious schools. This wholesome, yet affluent North Shore suburb was made for families.
Quiet meandering streets with beautiful homes and manicured gardens.
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Pymble was once a major supplier of timber and agricultural produce, particularly oranges.
Situated along the prestigious stretch of North Shore neighbourhoods, Pymble has an enduring charm. Where children pedal their bikes and L-Platers master the three-point turn in Its quiet, leafy streets.
The main commercial hub is made up of family-run businesses, cafés and restaurants. Away from the bustling Pacific Highway, Pymble switches gears and becomes a neighbourhood that has a real sense of calm and peace.
But where Pymble lacks in nightlife, it more than makes up for in green spaces. Bordering Lane Cove National Park, Pymble has an abundance of parks, reserves and multi-use green spaces. Throw prestigious schools, proximity to major shopping centres (Macquarie, Chatswood and St Ives), and easy access to the Northern Beaches into the mix and you can see why Pymble is on the radar for many families.
Pymble has large, stately homes, many with swimming pools and tennis courts, that cater to growing families. The train line and buses connect locals to the business hubs of Sydney CBD, Chatswood, North Sydney and Macquarie Park, which makes this a highly sought-after neighbourhood.
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Well-maintained gardens and impeccably restored Federation homes with modern add-ons line leafy streets. Pymble is for families seeking the traditional large family home with a backyard pool. For the best streets in the neighbourhood, you don’t need to look much further than King Edwards, Hope and Church streets. For some seriously enviable homes go to Telegraph Road and Pymble Avenue.