Schofield Gardens One Bedroom Apartments

One Bedroom Apartments for Sale in Schofields, NSW

A masterful blend of design excellence, high-quality materials and practical features, these one bedroom apartments will meet the demands of even the most discerning buyer. Both singles and couples will find everything they could desire – from the generous open-plan living areas to the professional quality kitchens and sumptuous bathrooms, plus private balconies or courtyards.

Floor-to-ceiling glazing with glass balustrades harness natural light and optimise the views. Inside, apartments are lavishly appointed with large format porcelain tiles, timber-look joinery and recessed LED lighting, while high-quality Fisher & Paykel appliances and GROHE tapware are used throughout.

In addition, residents have access to leafy courtyards, complete with communal BBQs, kids’ playgrounds, herb gardens and fruit trees. All apartments come with a dedicated underground parking space and private storage cage.

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Living room

Open-plan living areas are designed to enhance your lifestyle, with well-proportioned rooms that flow effortlessly onto private balconies and courtyards. Generous ceiling heights and natural light from windows and sliding doors bring an air of serenity, while apartments are also equipped with the latest communications technology and air-conditioning systems.

Premium finishes, such as large format porcelain tiles, recessed LED lighting and high-quality roller blinds, ensure that each living space offers the ultimate sanctuary from the stresses and strains of everyday life.


The centrepiece of every apartment, these superb kitchens are ideal for preparing everyday meals or lavish dinner parties. Kitchens are equipped with Fisher & Paykel cooktops and ovens, plus a handsome kitchen island bench. An externally ducted rangehood quickly removes cooking odours.

Budding MasterChefs will appreciate the generous bench space, mirrored glass splashback and dual stainless-steel sinks, not to mention the timber-look cupboards and drawers which provide storage for all those cooking utensils, pots, pans, plates and electric appliances.


Thanks to the generous use of large-format porcelain tiles, timber-look vanities and frameless shower screens, bathrooms are both practical and indulgent. An integrated externally ducted exhaust system ensures that bathrooms always remain steam-free.

Showers are equipped with chrome GROHE shower heads, while wash basins come with matching GROHE mixers. Practical touches include a mirrored storage unit, complete with feature lighting, and an engineered stone shelf which provides extra space for personal items.


Each bedroom has been expertly designed to create a peaceful refuge from the stresses of everyday life. Apart from the calming colour palette, bedrooms come with loop-pile carpet and quality roller blinds for that extra touch of luxury. There is plenty of storage, courtesy of expertly fitted walk-in or built-in wardrobes, plus a TV socket and power points.

Communal Courtyard

Forming the centrepiece of each apartment complex, these leafy courtyards provide much more than a calming outlook for residents. The BBQ areas are a natural place to meet up with friends and neighbours, while the children’s playgrounds will be a hit with young families. Elsewhere there are raised herb gardens and maturing fruit trees, plus plenty of quiet spaces where people can sit and chat, or just relax.

Buying Apartments in Schofields, NSW

Schofields is a rapidly growing suburb in Sydney’s North-West which offers modern infrastructure, good schools and easy access to several employment hubs, including Norwest Business Park, Parramatta and Chatswood. Public transport options include road, rail, bus and the new Metro Northwest network at nearby Tallawong Station.

Schofields offers two main shopping precincts: Woolworths Schofields and Schofields Village. The latter has a Coles supermarket, cafés, childcare centres, eateries and pharmacies. Further afield are Rouse Hill Town Centre and Castle Towers, which has food, fashion and sports stores.

Nearby medical facilities include several community health clinics, plus Blacktown Hospital and the new Rouse Hill Public Hospital, due to open in 2027. The NSW Government has pledged $150 million to expand both the Blacktown and Mt Druitt hospitals.

Why live in Schofields?

  • Location- there are several important business hubs nearby including Norwest Business Park, Macquarie Park and Marsden Park
  • Nature- Schofields boasts 43 parks and 61 hectares of protected land, making it the perfect place for nature lovers
  • Education- Schofields offers a good range of primary schools, high schools and independent school, plus university campuses and a TAFE NSW college at Nirimba Education Precinct
  • New Airport – due to open in 2026 Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek will be the centre of a new business city
  • New Transport- the high-frequency Metro Northwest system which runs between Tallawong Station and Chatswood
  • Road Upgrades- Schofields Road, Jerralong Drive, Pelican Road and Alex Avenue have all undergone major upgrades recently

Why invest in Schofields?

  • Population of Schofields growing by 8,000 a year
  • 58,500 new jobs are expected in the Blacktown LGA by 2031
  • 148,202 new residential dwellings in the Blacktown LGA by 2036
  • 86% rental yield for apartments in Schofields
  • 4% increase in household incomes since 2016


  • What is there to do around Schofields?

    Schofields, located in Sydney’s north-west, is a rapidly expanding urban centre that offers a wide range of amenities and services. The nearby Schofields Village provides convenient access to a supermarket, cafes, restaurants, a child care centre, and specialty shops. Additionally, Rouse Hill Town Centre and Castle Towers retail complex offer a diverse selection of stores, along with a Fitness First gym and Strike Bowling. Schofield Gardens is conveniently located near parks, playgrounds, and expansive natural bushland. Residents can enjoy a vibrant sporting scene, with numerous local clubs catering to various sports such as netball, golf, soccer, cricket, and track and field. Notable sports facilities in the area include Stonecutter Ridge Golf Club, Blacktown Aquatic Centre, Riverstone Swimming Centre, and the Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope.

  • What public transport options are there in Schofields?

    Schofields offers a range of convenient public transportation options. The Schofields Train Station operates on three train lines: North Shore, Western, and Cumberland. This allows for easy commuting to major cities such as Sydney CBD and Parramatta. Additionally, Tallawong station is nearby, connecting to the new Metro North West railway line. This Metro line offers frequent services from Rouse Hill to Chatswood, making it a convenient option for reaching key business hubs in Bella Vista, Norwest, Macquarie Park, and Marsden Park. There are also frequent bus services that connect to the neighbouring suburb of Blacktown.

  • What primary schools are there in Schofields?

    Nearby, there are prestigious schools such as Alex Avenue Primary School. Other primary schools in the area include Galungara Public School, Hambledon Public School, Schofields Public School, and more.

  • What high schools are there in Schofields?

    There are numerous high schools in the vicinity of Schofields, such as Quakers Hill High School, The Ponds High School, St. John Paul II Catholic College, Australian Christian College (K–12), Rouse Hill Anglican College (K–12), and others.

  • Where can you eat in Schofields?

    Schofields boasts a range of dining options just steps away, including Mad Mex for Mexican cuisine, Petu for Indian fare, and Sushi Hai for Japanese dishes. The Shed Café is also nearby, serving delightful café food and wholesome snacks. For a wider selection, Rouse Hill Town Centre offers an array of eateries, from pizza to sushi, tapas, and Asian dumplings. Specialised stores are also available, featuring gelato, baked cheesecake, and Indian sweets.

  • How far is Sydney CBD from Schofields?

    Schofields is situated on the outskirts of Sydney, offering a balance between city convenience and suburban tranquillity. It is positioned 45 kilometres to the west of the Sydney CBD and falls within the Blacktown local area government. It is also part of the North-west growth area in Greater Western Sydney.

    Travelling from Schofields to the Sydney CBD takes approximately 42 minutes by car using the M2 route, or around 55 minutes by train on the T1 line. If you’re heading to Parramatta CBD, the car journey via the M7 typically takes about 29 minutes, while the train journey on the T1/T5 line usually takes around 31 minutes.

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