Warriewood: The Destination For Nature-loving Buyers

Welcome to Warriewood: the booming coastal suburb that offers a serene, nature-loving and thriving lifestyle for property investors, families and downsizers alike.

With property values rising by 28% in the last financial year, Warriewood has definitely established itself as one of the suburbs with the fastest and highest growth trajectories on the Northern Beaches.

So, whether you are starting a family, planning to downsize or just want another property to add to your portfolio in an area with lots of potential, Warriewood is the place to be.

A Spotlight on Sydney’s Warriewood

Warriewood is a flourishing suburb in Sydney Northern Beaches region, about 25 kilometres north of the Sydney CBD. Warriewood prides itself as being a “green land”. From coastlines, wetlands, playing fields and wide-open spaces, all the way to its vibrant local community and newly renovated shopping centre, Warriewood offers it all.

If you’re looking at this beautiful part of Sydney, then check out our developments available in Warriewood, all set in the leafy bushland, not far from stunning Warriewood beach.



Warriewood has so much to offer everyone

Known for its bushland by the sea landscape and picturesque natural surroundings, Warriewood promises privacy and serenity for all.

However, this suburb is so much more than its green spaces and lush landscape.  

With a population of 7,494 and 5-year population growth of 22%, it shows no signs of slowing down – attracting people from all different walks of life to invest in its land, accomplish property goals and earn excellent value over the long-term.


So, if you want to set your sights on the right place to buy right now, Warriewood is a good option to consider. Here’s why:

1. A developing local community

What makes Warriewood a really liveable area is its bustling local community of businesses and specialty stores.

Start the day with a coffee at Sunrise Kiosk on Warriewood beach, overlooking the morning surf. Or head to Eleven 11 café, a favourite among residents and visitors, serving the great Warriewood valley with delicious breakfasts and lunches.

Enjoy your afternoon shop at Warriewood Square, the second largest shopping centre on the Northern Beaches with major stores like Coles, Kmart and Woolworths, as well as plenty of dining and shopping options.

If you feel like venturing out for the night, The Newport offers an afternoon beverage with live music, and your four legged furry friends are also welcome. Or head to The Pasadena Church Point for a sunset dinner overlooking the calming water.


2. A strong reputation as a family-friendly suburb

Families and downsizers both love Warriewood because it has properties ranging from newly built houses, established homes and townhouses, all the way to master-planned estates.

Aside from these, there are large new land allotments and apartments that are tailored to suit your needs if you’re looking for a bigger space than what is commonly offered in the surrounding Mona Vale and Narrabeen areas.

Warriewood also offers incredible liveability with its reputable schools such as Marter Maria Catholic College, Valley Playground and dog parks as well as tracks for running, walking and biking. Residents can also take nature trips and enjoy sightseeing at Warriewood Wetlands and Narrabeen Park Parade.


3. Healthy property value growth

Based on 73 sales in the past 12 months, the Warriewood median house price is $2,390,000. On the other hand, based on 80 sales in the past 12 months, the median unit and apartment price is $1,342,500.

These figures have shown a 30.2% and 22% growth in the median house price and unit sale price, respectively – an excellent outlook for anyone wanting to invest in Warriewood or set up a family home with growth opportunity.

4. Increasing demand for rent

Despite the growing rental demand, only 19% of Warriewood properties are being offered for rent. This opens some serious opportunities for investors to tap into the rental market to capture a large share, especially with an expected 5-year rental growth rate of 32% and a median rent price of $1,300.


Check out Upstate’s project developments in Warriewood

At Upstate, we’re committed to helping you find yourself in a better place.

That’s why we don’t want you to miss these Warriewood property developments that are positioned to enhance your lifestyle and/or provide a high return on investment:

1. Apartments and Townhouses Forest Road


Forest Lodge is a community of 66 apartments and 14 townhomes, perfect for first home buyers, aspirational upsizers or downsizers. The landscaped gardens and communal amenities at Forest Lodge are architecturally designed to resemble the beauty of a country club.We haven’t seen any offering quite this large in Warriewood, and anticipate these won’t last long. Construction is underway, and the first release is almost sold out.

2. Warriewood Villas Fern Creek Road


Dove Lane is located amongst quiet residential streets, the beautiful coastline and the wide-open spaces. This limited release of exceptional town homes and villas is set to change the face of Warriewood, designed by renowned Sydney Architects, PopovBass. Enjoy cobble stone streets, exclusive resident park and a total treescape outlook.

3. Warriewood House and Land Packages Macpherson Street


Arri offers generous land or house and land packages in its own community-style development, just moments from famous Warriewood beach. Here in lies the opportunity you’ve longed for, to bespoke the house of your dreams. Build with renowned Icon Homes, or the builder of your choice

As the largest development agency across Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Upstate is here to help you navigate your home buying journey and make finding the right property for you a breeze.

So, if you’re looking to settle in Warriewood or just considering your next move, don’t hesitate to contact us.   

P: 0488 668 166

E: projects@upstate.com.au

Let’s find yourself in a better place. 




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