ROSEVILLE

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Roseville is one charming suburb with its picture book homes, beautifully maintained gardens and plenty of parks filled with trees that change colour with the season. It’s a sleepy haven on the doorstep of one of the North Shore’s most vibrant suburbs, and with plenty of prestigious schools around, growing families wouldn’t have it any other way. 

Lifestyle

Lush, green and peaceful, Roseville is pretty as a picture; Lane Cove National Park to the west and Roseville Chase and Middle Harbour to the east, and beautifully maintained parks sprinkled throughout.

The local parks are a great source of pride, from gardens to playing fields, they’re all maintained to perfection, which goes hand-in-hand with the tree-lined streets and homes; Federation and California Bungalows that have been beautifully restored and framed by established gardens. 

Roseville’s village-like shopping area sits along Pacific Highway and Hill Street and has a much-welcomed selection of cafes and specialty shops, with Calibrate Coffee single-handedly putting Roseville on the map of coffee aficionados. It’s also where Roseville Cinema proudly stands – a local icon that not only showcases art-house films but also has its own stories to tell.

Although Roseville has a selection of cafes and restaurants, locals are forever wandering into neighbouring Chatswood, a thriving shopping and foodie hub with two major shopping complexes (Westfields and Chatswood Chase), and a pedestrian mall, all overflowing with boutique shops and big-name brands. Chatswood’s food scene, and in particular the Asian cuisine, is simply world class. 

Roseville Train Station is a stop on the North Shore Train line, making commuting to and from work a breeze, connecting locals to Hornsby in one direction and Chatswood, North Sydney and the Sydney CBD in the other.
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Lifestyle

Lush, green and peaceful, Roseville is pretty as a picture; Lane Cove National Park to the west and Roseville Chase and Middle Harbour to the east, and beautifully maintained parks sprinkled throughout.

The local parks are a great source of pride, from gardens to playing fields, they’re all maintained to perfection, which goes hand-in-hand with the tree-lined streets and homes; Federation and California Bungalows that have been beautifully restored and framed by established gardens. 

Roseville’s village-like shopping area sits along Pacific Highway and Hill Street and has a much-welcomed selection of cafes and specialty shops, with Calibrate Coffee single-handedly putting Roseville on the map of coffee aficionados. It’s also where Roseville Cinema proudly stands – a local icon that not only showcases art-house films but also has its own stories to tell.

Although Roseville has a selection of cafes and restaurants, locals are forever wandering into neighbouring Chatswood, a thriving shopping and foodie hub with two major shopping complexes (Westfields and Chatswood Chase), and a pedestrian mall, all overflowing with boutique shops and big-name brands. Chatswood’s food scene, and in particular the Asian cuisine, is simply world class. 

Roseville Train Station is a stop on the North Shore Train line, making commuting to and from work a breeze, connecting locals to Hornsby in one direction and Chatswood, North Sydney and the Sydney CBD in the other.
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Neighbours

Roseville has long been a suburb that many families aspire to, so you rarely see first home buyers nudging their way in, rather, professional parents with young children settle in the area and retirees who have long known Roseville’s appeal call this part of Sydney’s North Shore home. 

Area Features

PARKS

Ask around and you will find that Roseville has quite the rep when it comes to parks. The local council takes a lot of pride in maintaining them, and you need only look to Little Digger Park, Loyal Henry Park, Blue Gum Park and Echo Point Park to know what we’re talking about. 

ROSEVILLE CINEMA

This Art Deco beauty dates back to the early 1900s, but before becoming a cinema that showcases art-house films, it was a community hall, church and school. Today, it stands proudly as one of the few remaining independent suburban cinemas that has a well-stocked bar, and two cinemas with a baby crying room in each. 

SCHOOLS

Roseville College and Roseville Public School attract many young families to the area. But neighbouring Chatswood and Lindfield also have a great selection of public and private schools for families to choose from, namely St Pius X College, Mercy Catholic College and Lindfield Learning Village.

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