Buyers take a bite out of Orchard Hills North

An artist's impression of Orchard Hills North.
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Sold! The first official lots in Orchard Hills North have been taken off the market.

The first residential sales release included 47 land lots and 17 house and land lots from nine different home builders and saw most lots sold leaving only a few house and land packages available for purchase.

The first residents of Orchard Hills North are expected to move into their new homes in mid-2026, just in time for the opening of the new Western Sydney International Airport.

Sydney’s newest suburb sits in the perfect position to accommodate the predicted boom the area will see in the coming years.

Keen buyers check out Orchard Hills North.

Orchard Hills North sits just 2km away from a metro station, 14km away from the new airport, 3km to Western Sydney University, and 6km from Penrith’s city centre.

The new Legacy Property master planned suburb is expected to include 1,200 residential lots, a retail centre, a new primary school and 19 hectares of playing fields, parks, playgrounds, open spaces and a central lake.

CEO of Legacy Property Matthew Hyder shared that the suburb is perfectly situated to accommodate for the growing west.

“Property buyers are looking at the western corridor between Parramatta and Penrith,” Hyder said.

An artist’s impression of Orchard Hills North.

“New communities like Orchard Hills North offer a location minutes from the Penrith CBD that is surrounded by leading educational institutions, retail offering, entertainment, health precincts and an abundance of recreation.”

Further land releases for Orchard Hills North are expected to go on sale this year and all interested buyers are encouraged to register their interest at to receive information of releases.

Emily Chate

Emily Chate joined The Western Weekender in 2024, and covers local news - primarily courts and politics. A graduate of the University of Wollongong, Emily has contributed to The Daily Telegraph and worked as a freelance journalist.

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