CBD distance: 7.05 km
13/10 Wardell Road, Petersham NSW 2049
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The suburb with the largest number of houses in NSW has been ranked and Wardell Rd placed number 18.There are an average of 8.45 houses per street in Petersham.Real estate in Petersham has 4974 property listings on the next for sale site.For every apartment in Wardell Rd that you may consider, there are 1.12 houses for you to choose from.
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Petersham Suburb Profile
Petersham's type of housing tenure provides insight into the socio-economic status of the suburb. A high proportion of home owners may indicate a more settled suburb with families. A concentration of renters may mean a more mobile population and an area attractive to young singles. This data can also indicate the dwelling type with renters in high density dwellings, and home owners living in separate houses.
Crime in Petersham data can be affected by the number of visitors to the area such as high tourist and nightlife areas that can shift the figures for "steal from person". The Dwelling structure of Petersham can also affect this data, for instance a high density area with high rise apartments (possibly with security access) can affect the numbers for the "break and enter dwelling" data.
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Source: NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (Jun 2013 data)