Windsor Gardens

Windsor GardensWindsor Gardens Statistics:

Size: 2.6km2 Approx
Population 4,640 Approx
Median Price: $385,000 Approx
Median Age: 39 Years Old Approx
Household Size: 2.2 People Approx

 

 

About Windsor Gardens:
Windsor Gardens, located approximately 10km north east of the Adelaide CBD has its earliest known naming origins from Nathaniel Hale, who, whilst engaged in selling off the land now known as Windsor Gardens in October of 1849 suggested “the regal name of Windsor as the only one capable of indicating its merit”

Residents familiar with Windsor Gardens ‘Beefacres’ reserve and community hall may not know that the name is a throw-back to the estate name used by the area’s first bona fide settler Edward Bagot. Bagot named his estate which lay directly east of Darley Road ‘Beefacres Estate’ because he drove stock overland from his cattle station in New South Wales, fattened them on the lush river flats and sold them on the Adelaide stock market at a handsome profit.

Present day Windsor Gardens is an area growing in popularity, and undergoing thorough urban renewal just as so many suburbs in the region are. Proximity to the city, shopping, schools and the nearby location of the Torrens River and Linear Park walking trails makes this area a fantastic value, lifestyle destination. A selection of modern courtyard homes, classic Basket Range stone and 1950’s double brick homes are available in the region, along with a sprinkling of cement sheet clad, timber framed homes which are constantly making way for land sub-division and construction of quality modern homes.

Windsor Gardens, located approximately 10km north east of the Adelaide CBD has its earliest known naming origins from Nathaniel Hale, who, whilst engaged in selling off the land now known as Windsor Gardens in October of 1849 suggested “the regal name of Windsor as the only one capable of indicating its merit”
Residents familiar with Windsor Gardens ‘Beefacres’ reserve and community hall may not know that the name is a throw-back to the estate name used by the area’s first bona fide settler Edward Bagot. Bagot named his estate which lay directly east of Darley Road ‘Beefacres Estate’ because he drove stock overland from his cattle station in New South Wales, fattened them on the lush river flats and sold them on the Adelaide stock market at a handsome profit.
Present day Windsor Gardens is an area growing in popularity, and undergoing thorough urban renewal just as so many suburbs in the region are. Proximity to the city, shopping, schools and the nearby location of the Torrens River and Linear Park walking trails makes this area a fantastic value, lifestyle destination. A selection of modern courtyard homes, classic Basket Range stone and 1950’s double brick homes are available in the region, along with a sprinkling of cement sheet clad, timber framed homes which are constantly making way for land sub-division and construction of quality modern homes.