Frenchs Forest oozes a nostalgic charm. Lush bushland and quiet meandering streets are the backdrop to a neighbourhood that is all about family living. Only minutes from the incredible line up of beaches along the rugged northern coastline and with direct access to major shopping hubs, it’s no wonder families of all shapes and sizes call Frenchs Forest home.
A neighbourhood where large family homes with even larger blocks of land are the norm, Frenchs Forest is where children pedal their bikes on footpaths and L-Platers stall their cars as they learn to master the hill start.
Known for being the gateway to the northern beaches, Frenchs Forest is a place where families have the luxury of being able to spread out. The surrounding Garigal National Park, bushlands, the extensive network of neighbourhood reserves and the world-class beaches, are all only minutes away.
Locals source daily necessities from Forestway Shopping Centre, but many choose to wait for the popular weekly farmers market to buy home-grown fruit and veggies. For a cultural fix, Glen Street Theatre has a programme tailored to suit the whole family.
This neighbourhood retains its close-knit community feel, even as the area grows to incorporate the new Northern Beaches Hospital and unobtrusive business parks.
A choice of reputable day care centres, primary and high schools service the growing community. Combined with playgrounds scattered throughout, Frenchs Forest is a family-friendly environment.
Frenchs Forest is renowned for having value-for-money family homes that have access to the lifestyle of the Northern Beaches. This is rapidly changing as more people discover the idyllic lifestyle that Frenchs Forest has to offer.
Leafy streets are lined with a mishmash of homes, mainly from the 1960s and 1970s, which homeowners love to renovate.
It is all about the bush and tree-lined views in Frenchs Forest with Tisane Avenue, Peppercorn, Carnarvon and Epping Drives being the go-to places, whilst Panorama Crescent offers rare views of the city.
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