Reliable Property Management in Macquarie Links

Macquarie Links is located 42km south west of the Sydney CBD and has a growing population. What started out as a gated estate formally became a suburb in 1977 and still retains its gated formality. Macquarie Links boasts its own 18 hole International Golf Club giving the suburb a higher status rating, and keen golfers somewhere to hone their skills. Plans of constructing an international standard hotel were announced which would encompass not only bedrooms, but apartment blocks and golf lodges as well as numerous other additions making it a monumental construction once it was finalised.
Other additions to this prime piece of real estate Liverpool were to be a Crowne Plaza, a gym for active enthusiasts, spa for relaxation, swimming pools and also a lap pool for those in training, conference rooms, a ballroom for dance lovers plus a restaurant and bar for the guest’s enjoyment. However by 2010 no news was forthcoming as to if and when this would all be started. Whether or not it would proceed was unknown. Hopefully by now in 2012 some enlightenment should have been made on the subject.
This area of Real Estate Sydney has history going back quite a long way. In the same way the suburb was named after Governor Macquarie, many of the streets have been named after places in his Scottish background. Other streets have been named after early British colonials and also some who had land grants given to them. There is plenty of real estate for sale in this area and also rentals available so pop into any agencies or property management firms and check them out. This is an area seeing real growth so you need to get it early before supply cannot keep up with demand.
Business in and around the suburb include Equipment hire, a Kitchenware shop, used cars yard and boat saleyard. Others are florists, child care, blinds maintenance and cleaning, antique restoration, commercial cleaning, and landscaping. Macquarie Fields would be the nearest large shopping centre for topping up the pantry or having a day out to meet up for a coffee. Of course anything you can’t find locally is always available in the big smoke, and the Sydney CBD is only a short drive away. Schools and medical services can be found in neighbouring suburbs as well as schools. There is railway transport at both Ingleburn and Macquarie Fields stations for those without private vehicles and you would need to get a bus to both destinations.