Andrews Farm in the outer northern suburbs of Adelaide has been growing over the years and now a far cry from the wide open paddocks and acreage it once was.
Located in the City of Playford just off of the Northern Expressway, Andrews Farm is 30kms or 20mins north east of the Adelaide CBD making it perfect for commuting to the city for work.
With the median house prices sitting around $260,000 for a 3 bedroom home, $300,000 for a 4 bedroom home and just $290 per week for a 3 bedroom rental, it has become the perfect place for young couples and families to purchase their own home and live the great Australian dream.
(Next to Smith Creek Trial) Davoren Rd, Andrews Farm
Playford Alive Town Park
Peachey Rd, Munno Para
Munno Para Wetlands
Douglas Dr, Munno Para
Munno Para Little Athletics Centre (08) 8352 8133
Craigmore Cricket Club 0415 134 177
Gazelles Netball Club Inc (08) 8255 9763
Smithfield Sports & Social Club Incorporated (08) 8254 8709
Andrews Farm Soccer Club 0408 290 720
Transport & Commuting:
Train - Gawler to City and Return
Public Bus - Various Routes
City via Northern Expressway and Main North Road - 20min / Peak Hour 45-50min
Here's what some of the locals have to say about their suburb of Andrews Farm:
"Neat, clean and neighbours look out for each other. Great parks for the kids, BBQs beautiful walking trails and close to shops, doctors and sporting clubs."
"First Home Buyer Heaven. It is simple, a superb place for your first home, good sized blocks with a brand new home, in a new and developing area. Close to parks and schools and reasonable access to Adelaide CBD via 2 main roads."
"Proud To Call Home. I was upset to read a couple of bad reviews. I suspect it may be disgruntled prospective buyers who couldn't afford to live here. I've lived here for 7 years and love it. Houses are beautifully presented making the streets a joy to walk down. Very quiet, never had an issue with my neighbours. Has a great community feel. With all the surrounding developments the value of my property has increased significantly over the last few years and will continue to. And I genuinely feel my property is worth every cent of that. As for being over priced... the market determines the prices as for every suburb."