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Jesmond Suburb Profile

Live in Jesmond and Experience serenity!

The Newcastle suburb of Jesmond covers an area of 2,965 acres which is adjacent North Lambton, Birmingham Gardens, Callaghan and Wallsend. A bustling multi-cultural hub due to its large population of International students.  Established in 1883, from a population of around 600 residents to now more than 10,000.

Formerly known as Dark Creek and well-known for its orchards and sawmills, the area was formerly used as agricultural land for producing avocados.

Jesmond has a large number of townhouses and units as a result of the high student population, however it also offers plenty of detached houses in the area having a median sale value of $477,000 and median rental return of $400 per week according to CoreLogic.

Educational facilities such as the University of Newcastle and the Callaghan College are well within reach, along with plenty of Primary Schools located in the area such as Heaton Public School in Janet Street  and Jesmond Public School  in Ralph Street.

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A Stockland shopping village is located on Blue Gum Road known as Jesmond Central that has two major supermarkets and a department store. You may also enjoy visiting Jesmond Park, equipped with wide open parkland, cricket grounds, basketball courts and a disc golf course. The area allows you relax, have fun and enjoy some quality time with your loved ones.

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