Ingle Farm Statistics:
|Median house Price:||$297,000 Approx|
|Median Age:||45 Years Old Approx|
|Household Size:||3.1 People Approx|
About Ingle Farm:
James Rowe came to South Australia in 1836, spending some time on Kangaroo Island then settling with his family in the Ingle Farm area in 1848. They initially took up 100 acres in section 3030, Hundred of Yatala in 1849, using the land primarily for farming wheat, barley, peas and hay. John Rowe’s grandson, Jabez Sleeman Rowe, took on the farm and married Martha Barbara Wright from Inglewood in 1902, consequently naming the farm Ingle Farm. The Rowe family name is preserved in the naming of Rowe Park, next to Ingle Farm Primary School, and Rowe Street in the adjoining suburb of Para Hills.
Ingle Farm appeals as a superb value entry point to the housing market. Some new housing is being constructed in the area; however the area is most popular with young couples and families who like the idea of older double-brick residences on large 600-800sqm blocks.
While the size of Ingle Farm si certainly substantial
Main North Road offers Enfield residents a convenient corridor to the heart of Adelaide, and the many shopping and schooling facilities would spoil anyone for choice.