The first British landowner in this area came from Kings Langley in the UK and blessed his plot of earth with the same name. There wasn't much on this land until the 1970s and today Kings Langley is a beautiful, peaceful suburb. You'll find large single-family homes on manicured lawns and some parts of the neighborhood have no visible power lines to mar the view since they've been placed underground. Many of the homes have swimming pools. Plenty of cul-de-sacs provide even more quiet and seclusion. Residents speak highly of the friendly vibe here and people say hello when they pass you on the street.
For a mellow suburb there are a good number of amenities. There are a couple shopping centers with two supermarkets and other grocers, a dry cleaners, salon, pharmacy, doctors, and that all important amenity: a Baskin Robbins. For dining you'll have to head next door to the suburb of Blacktown. If you're looking for the excitement of the CBD you can get there in 30 minutes on off-peak hours.
Kings Langley is also home to several parks and for those with children it has a highly rated public school.
There's not a train station around but several bus routes do come through the neighborhood. It's a commuter's dream: it's northern and eastern borders are made up of two major roads so heading in any cardinal direction is simple. Homes near the motorway are subject to a bit of noise.
CBD: 35.7 km / 40-80 minutes by car / 80 minutes by transit
Chatswood: 27.8 km / 30-45 minutes by car / 80 minutes by transit
Liverpool: 23.8 km / 35-65 minutes by car / 80 minutes by transit
Parramatta: 12.3 km / 20-40 minutes by car / 40-45 minutes by transit