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Schofields family snubbed MILLIONS to stay in their dream Sydney home in The Ponds


A beloved family home in Sydney’s west is the picture of defiance after years of its owners dismissing developers with the Aussie catchcry: ‘Tell ’em they’re dreamin’.’

The home is slap bang in the middle of a new-build development in The Ponds area near Quakers Hill which has seen hundreds of high-density detached homes spring up. 

But while all their old neighbours gradually sold up and moved out, the Zammit family has held on and refused to sell, despite being offered millions.

Their beautiful home stands on 1.99 hectares and has a majestic, Windsor Castle-style, 200m-long driveway cutting through the huge lawn to the front door.

A beloved family home in Sydney's west is the picture of defiance after years of its owners dismissing developers with the Aussie catchcry: 'Tell 'em they're dreamin'

A beloved family home in Sydney’s west is the picture of defiance after years of its owners dismissing developers with the Aussie catchcry: ‘Tell ’em they’re dreamin’

The home is slap bang in the middle of a new-build development in The Ponds area near Quakers Hill which has seen thousands of high-density detached homes spring up

The home is slap bang in the middle of a new-build development in The Ponds area near Quakers Hill which has seen thousands of high-density detached homes spring up

It boasts…



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