Located on the upper north shore, approximately 26km northwest of Sydney, surrounded by bush and acting as a gateway to the M1 and the Central Coast, Thornleigh is experiencing unprecedented growth in population, infrastructure, development and popularity with families who enjoy the great sense of community and bushland surroundings.
With busy Pennant Hills Road slicing through this leafy suburb, Thornleigh is surrounded by suburbs including Westleigh, Cherrybrook, Hornsby Wahroonga, Pennant Hills and Beecroft to name a few.
Homes in this suburb are of a mixed nature regarding style, ranging from contemporary architecturally designed homes to bungalows and renovator delights. Located in Thornleigh is the complex Wild Ash Grove which features over 120 dwellings varying in style and size but have proven very popular amongst buyers.
Thornleigh is home to Thornleigh West Primary School and is in the catchment area of Pennant Hills High School and is within a minutes’ drive to private schools in neighbouring suburbs such as Loreto Normanhurst, Barker College and Normanhurst Boys High School.
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Aldi supermarkets opened in October 2014, which compliments the existing Thornleigh Marketplace, home to Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s, Butcher, Pharmacy, Australia Post and more. There are many restaurants and cafés located throughout including Chinese, Thai, Indian and fast food outlet McDonalds, whose training centre is also located in Thornleigh. Bunnings Warehouse, Kennards Storage and Ibis Hotel are also found along the main road.
Thornleigh is a suburb undergoing change with major upgrades to major arterial roads including the North Connex tunnel which will dramatically reduce traffic congestion along Pennant Hills Road. Thornleigh station is on the Northern Line train system with trains utilising the newly upgraded Epping to Chatswood line to get into the city faster, with new upgrades still to come.
Known as the Gateway to the central coast, young families enjoy the close proximity to the M1 as they head on their adventures North. Retirees and the toys namely caravans, boats and camper vans love the close proximity to the freeway when they head off on their road trips.
With all this activity Kennards Self Storage located at 6-8 Phyllis Avenue Thornleigh 2120 has been the go to place for locals for the past 17 years. “When locals think of storage or moving boxes they refer to the big orange and blue building” says Johno a Thornleigh local.
Kennards offer a range of storage units that have many purposes. With the growing housing market in the area, Kennards has been providing storage units for customers that may need some space to declutter, store their goods as they move into their new homes, store their sentimental belongings and much more.
With no lock in leases or bonds, customers simply pay 1 months’ rent in advance, should they choose to leave within the month their rent is pro rata refunded, so they only pay for what they use.
Kennards Self Storage Thornleigh is just around the corner from the famous McDonalds training office. The centre offers individual pin code access, CCTV monitoring, ample moving trolleys free to use a conference room and an extra-large undercover loading area.
Spaces are renting out fast, Manager Rick says “We have been inundated with enquiries for storage space. Customers are also finding our moving box range and packaging materials popular. We have an extensive range of moving boxes, bubble wrap, packing paper and much more.”