Peace and quiet, combined with convenience? Welcome to Roseville! Situated in Sydney’s upper North Shore, Roseville is a leafy suburb boasting incredible homes and a prestige postcode.
Nestled between bustling Chatswood and Lindfield, Roseville is close to vibrant suburbs with everything you need, while providing its own quiet comforts. Lane Cove National Park sits to the
west, with Roseville Chase and Middle Harbour to the east.
With manicured lawns and incredible properties, Roseville is an ideal location for families and those seeking access to prestigious private education.
Current average costs for renting in Roseville are $1,050 pw for three-bedroom houses and $650 pw for two-bedroom units.
The village-like retail centre of Roseville sits along Hill St and the Pacific Highway, with cafes and restaurants for foodies and coffee aficionados, as well as local boutique and a small, historic cinema.
If you need more amenities, Chatswood is a short walk (or bus ride) away, with major shopping complexes like Westfield and Chatswood Chase housing everything you’ll ever need. Drive or wander through the leafy, tree-lined streets of Roseville and you’ll see beautifully restored Californian bungalows and Federation-style homes. Residents are proud of their gardens, and green spaces abound in the area.
It’s not very often that city living is coupled with easy access to a couple of stunning national parks. Garigal National Park hosts sandstone rock formations, waterfalls and Aboriginal sites, and nearby Ku-ring-Gai National Park is a haven for hiking, walking and enjoying the great outdoors. Even closer to home, Lane Cove National Park across the highway is the perfect place for family adventures, with historic sites along heritage walks, plenty of picnic spots, and Lane Cove River running through, for canoeing, kayaking and swimming in some areas.
The Upper North Shore is well connected when it comes to public transport. With an intricate network of trains and buses, access to the CBD is a breeze. The A1 Pacific Highway cuts through the centre of Roseville, so driving north or south is easy. Roseville Train Station is a stop on the North Shore line, connecting locals to Hornsby, Chatswood, North Sydney and the Sydney CBD.
When it comes to education, Roseville is known as the epicentre of quality schools and prestigious institutions. Ravenswood, Knox, Pymble Ladies College and Abbotsleigh are all private schools close by, attracting professionals with young children to the area. You’ll also find Roseville College and Roseville Public School, amongst a great selection of public and private schools in nearby Chatswood and Lindfield.