Turramurra

Situated on the leafy North Shore just 17 kilometers from Sydney Central Business District is a 6 square kilometer area known as Turramurra.  An aboriginal word meaning ‘high hill’ the name Turramurra was adopted in 1890 when the local railway station was built.

The railway station provides easy access to city via train and Shorelink buses run services to local residential streets.

With both a local IGA and Coles supermarket, shopping for the necessities is an ease.  You will also find the wide array of shops in Turramurra village both enjoyable and convenient.  There are many nice restaurants and eateries to be savored in both Turramurra and the surrounding suburbs.

Turramurra has both a very good public primary and high school as well as being within easy reach of some of Sydney most prestigious private schools.

Like most areas of the upper North Shore residents of Turramurra take full advantage of the outdoors.  With Lane Cove and Ku Ring Gai National Park literally on your doorstep as well as a variety of parks, (14 in total comprising 15% of the total area) playing fields, tennis courts, playing fields and so on…

Within the Ku Ring Kai Local Government Area Turramurra is considered a separate suburb to both North Turramurra and South Turramurra.

According to ABS Turramurra has a population of just over 11,000 people with 3052 families sharing 4122 separate dwellings.  The predominant age group is 0–14 years.  Over 80% of the homes in the area are owner occupied and according to RP Data the current median sale price is $1,117,500.

Turramurra is a beautiful area with a true sense of community.  Families are attracted to this leafy suburb due to its convenience, amenities, safety and its truly great feel.  You too will feel at home in Turramurra…

Turramurra 

22a The Chase Road 

House 

532 

SOLD 

Turramurra 

5 Cornwall Avenue 

House 

425 

SOLD 

Turramurra 

11 Handley Avenue 

House 

321 

LEASED