Location and Transport Links

    Roseville is located on the Upper North Shore of Sydney in the Ku-ring-gai and Willoughby local government areas. It is approximately 10 kilometers north-west of the CBD.

    Property types

    Californian bungalows as well as Victorian and Federation homes remain popular in Roseville, however there are an increasing number of modern, architect designed family homes replacing older homes on large, child-friendly blocks of land. Approximately one sixth of dwellings in the suburb are apartments, which are mainly made up of 50’s and 60’s blocks and modern complexes.

    Shops and Restaurants

    Roseville has a number of popular cafes and restaurants along Pacific Highway and near the station while Roseville Marina offers modern cuisine with a peaceful view of yachts bobbing in the Harbor. Neighboring Chatswood offers a host of restaurants, especially if you enjoy Asian cuisine. Roseville Cinema is a local icon, having been in operation since 1919 and remains family owned.

    Schools and Educational Facilities

    Roseville has access to a large number of north shore schools. There are two schools in the suburb itself; Roseville College (an Anglican K-12 school for girls) and Roseville Public School. Lindfield schools include Newington College (K-6 for boys), Cromehurst School (moderate to high needs), Holy Family Primary School (Catholic), Lindfield East Public School, Lindfield Montessori Preschool (independent), Lindfield Public School as well as the Ku-ring-gai Campus of the University of Technology Sydney. Chatswood includes Mercy Catholic College (secondary/girls), Chatswood High School, Chatswood Public School, Our Lady Of Delours Primary School (Catholic) and St Pius X College (Catholic, combined primary/secondary). Willoughby includes Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School (independent primary), St Thomas Primary School (Catholic), Willoughby Girls High School and Willoughby Public School. Castlecrag Montessori School (independent, combined primary/secondary) is also nearby.

    Recreation and other Amenities

    Roseville residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to sports and fitness. There are many parks, ovals and picnic spots to enjoy the scenery and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and you can spend hours hiking through the Lane Cove National Park. Roseville Golf Club is popular with visitors alike or Killara and Chatswood Golf Clubs are only a short drive away if you’re looking for a change of scenery. The East Roseville Bowling Club is perfect for a sunny Sunday afternoon and cricket and tennis fans are covered by the Roseville Cricket Club, Roseville Park Tennis Club and the Roseville Lawn Tennis Club. Middle Harbor is a haven for both water sports enthusiasts and fishing lovers.

    Why people live in Roseville?

    Roseville is highly desirable for home owners due to its proximity to reputable north shore schools and the CBD as well as the large, child friendly blocks of land and leafy streets. Investors are attracted to the area due to the strong capital growth it enjoys.

    Buyers’ Agent for Roseville

    To obtain assistance searching for and buying real estate in Roseville and to get a buyers’ agent or buyers’ advocate on your side, please call us on 1300 655 615, email us, or send us your buyers’ wishlist today by clicking here. Alternatively, if you want advice on whether to buy or sell first, current market conditions or median prices and growth statistics for Roseville, call our team of buyers’ agents today on 1300 655 615 and we can assist you.


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