Stanhope Gardens Real Estate

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Stanhope Gardens is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Stanhope Gardens is located 39 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of City of Blacktown. Stanhope Gardens is part of Greater Western Sydney area.

History
John Hillas (1768–1837) arrived in Australia in 1801 and received two land grants (in 1801 and 1804) on the Windsor Road. The second of these, of 150 acres, he named “Stanhope Farm”. He established an inn, the Stanhope Arms on Windsor Road, to cater for the traffic between the Macquarie Towns and Paramatta.

By 1856 the Pearce family owned Stanhope Farm. In 1928 Jack Peel bought Stanhope Farm and called it Stanhope Park Dairy.

In 1973 the New South Wales Housing Commission compulsorily resumed Stanhope Park Dairy.

The suburb name reflects these early properties. Stanhope Gardens Estate opened in 1995 and was recognised as a suburb in 1996.

When Stanhope Gardens was first being developed into what it is today, it was called Irish Town, Kellyville and Parklea. A petition was sent around with most people voting to keep Stanhope in the name, becoming Stanhope Gardens.

Newbury Estate – a master-planned estate – now occupies a large part of the suburb of Stanhope Gardens. Planned by Landcom, in 1999 Newbury Estate won the Royal Australian Planning Institute Award for Excellence in Plan Making – Urban Planning.

Commercial area
Stanhope Village is a sub-regional shopping centre anchored by a Coles supermarket, Liquorland and Kmart, ALDI supermarket and 40 other specialised retail, service, fashion and food outlets.[ In March 2015 a redevelopment and extension of the centre was opened.

Transport
Public transport is provided by private bus operators Hillsbus and Busways, under contract from Transport for NSW. Services are available to Sydney CBD, Parramatta, Rouse Hill, Blacktown, Macquarie Park and Castle Hill.
The suburb is served by Riley Station on the Rouse Hill-Parramatta section of the North-West T-way, and Stanhope Station on the Blacktown- Parklea branch of the T-way.
The North West Rail Link will provide high frequency services to Norwest Business Park, Castle Hill, Macquarie Park and Chatswood by the end of 2019. Kellyville station will be the closest to Stanhope Gardens.

Housing
New housing developments are underway in the area. This is mainly on the Newbury estate which includes exclusive clubhouse facilities each with tennis, swimming and shared barbecue facilities for use by surrounding residents. Newbury is Community Association based Torrens Titled property, which means that the residents hold full title to their own property but financially contribute to the running costs and Community Association facilities of the Estate. Land in this estate has also been reserved for future government primary and secondary schools. Also located within Stanhope Gardens is the Parklea Garden Village/Sydney Gateway Holiday Park Mobile Home Village.

Sport and recreation
Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope, which is a fitness and swimming centre with wave pool and library. Located opposite the shopping centre, it is operated by the Blacktown City Council.

Places of worship
Stanhope Anglican Church meets in the function room of Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope on Sunday mornings. The Catholic Parish of Blessed John XXIII holds services in the Church on Perfection Avenue, Stanhope Gardens. Attached to the Church is John 23rd Catholic Primary School (pre-school to Year 6), and St Marks Catholic Secondary College (years 7-12).

 

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