Revesby is 22km south-west from the Sydney CBD and just 15km from Sydney International Airport.
Revesby is mostly comprised of houses. Residex reports 66% of all dwellings are houses, 21% is semi-detached and 6% are units. 7% is commercial/other. Age mix for the area is 0 to 29 yo 37%, 30 to 49 yo is 26%, 50 & above is 37%.
According to Residex, Revesby experienced market growth of around 20.6% from February 2015 to January 2020. Home buyers are attracted to its large stock of detached housing and abundance of amenities investors are attracted by its growing potential and attractive pricing.
Revesby is a train stop on the airport and south rail line with a growing retail shopping centre adjacent to the station.
Revesby has its own share of great cafes and restaurants specialising in all forms of Asian cuisine. Revesby is also home to a thriving workers club (Revesby Workers Club is one of the largest in the state) with touring acts often performing Whitlam theatre that can comfortably accommodate 1000 people.
Revesby is home to a lot of organised sports with a particular strength in soccer. Neptune Park is considered one of the best parks in the region with its own oval. If you're looking for gyms, then Anytime Fitness and Healthmates Gym are your two best options.
Revesby has its own public school and a number of religious options too. It is also served with its own special needs school and the highly reputed De La Salle College.
Price growth in recent years has been good in Revesby for units with prices increasing 18.3% in the five years to now and 22.9% for houses. Residex notes Only 0.55% of properties in the suburb are currently on the market with an average time of 25 days on the market.
Residex notes the median house price now sits at around $1,010,000. Median unit price is $723,000 in Revesby.
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