Picturesque tree-lined streets and a charming village atmosphere are what you’ll find in Cheltenham. As part of Sydney’s Northern Suburbs, Cheltenham is 21 kilometres north-west of the CBD and is bordered by Beecroft, Pennant Hills, Epping and other suburbs of the Hornsby Shire. With a small population of just over 2,000 residents, Cheltenham is a quaint suburb for established couples and families.
Cheltenham is often considered a heritage suburb because of its many traditional estates, 19th century manors and Heritage Conservation Areas for tree preservation. This impression gives Cheltenham a unique and cultured feel that lends itself to the similarly charming suburbs of England.
With major commercial centres such as Epping, Castle Hill and Macquarie Centre just a few minutes away, and numerous transport facilities, Cheltenham locals enjoy a very convenient lifestyle without having to live in a hectic urban jungle. Another one of Cheltenham’s promising attributes is the superb education centres on offer, with Cheltenham Girls’ High School and Arden Anglican School offering exceptional schooling facilities in the area.
An abundance of indoor and outdoor recreational amenities are within close reach of Cheltenham, with Pennant Hills Park and Cumberland State Forest – the only metropolitan state forest in the southern hemisphere – a few minutes away ensuring plenty of outdoor escapes from the daily grind.
Cheltenham Girls’ High School
Arden Anglian School
Beecroft Public School
21km from Sydney
15km from Chatswood
57km from the Blue Mountains
Sydney Buses operate daily bus services
Sydney Trains operate daily train services from Cheltenham Station