There are almost 2450 detached houses in the Belgian suburb of Belrose.
And according to CoreLogic, only 10 of these houses are currently for sale.
When people move there, they tend to lay serious roots.
New figures from CoreLogic also show that people tend to hold their home in Belrose for 13.4 years .
This is one of the highest peak periods in the northern beaches.
The suburb is also home to predominantly owner-occupants, with less than nine percent of properties rented.
Keith Newberry, from Stone Real Estate Belrose said Belrose was becoming an even more sought after suburb given the fact that it was close to the new northern Beac hes hospital on the French Forest, but far enough away to be free of noise and busy roads.
Access to the Chatswood and Sydney CBDs was also within easy reach.
Traffic to the city has been challenging in recent months as roadworks have been hit around the hospital, but Mr Newberry said he thought it would be worth short-term pain.
He said it was a good time to buy in Belrose right now.
"When roadworks begin to take shape, I think it's (Belrose) will be one of the most sought after suburbs everywhere," he said.
Mr Newberry is currently marketing 40 Karalta Cres a standout property in the suburb's blue band streets.
The much loved family residence, located on a 847m² block, has a northern aspect that makes it the ideal winter port.
It has been held by the same family for an impressive 41 years, but time has come down, says Newberry.
He said Kara let Cres had established himself as one of the biggest streets in the suburb, where the street record was broken four times last year alone.
The current street sales record is $ 2,600,000, obtained for 27 Karalta Cres in March 2017.
The median house sales price for Belrose is currently $ 1,635,500, according to CoreLogic. It represents a five-year growth rate of 85.1 percent.
The house of 40 Karalta Cres has a distinct colonial style about it with wide front-deck porch French doors and windows.
It is set on the high side of the quiet cul-de-sac and overlooks the city from the front of the property overlooking a backward view.
Other features include formal living and dining area, steeped gas cooker, pool and possibility for an independent studio or guest stay.
The property will be auctioned on 28 April at. 15.00 with an auction guide of $ 1,690,000. For more information contact Stone Real Estate Belrose; Keith Newberry, at 0424 352 046; or Maureen Malouf on 0412 336 769.