Kingsford is located on the eastern boundary of Randwick City and is bounded by the suburb of Kensington and the University of NSW to the north, Coogee to the east and Maroubra to the south. The Kingsford town centre and areas to the east allow for medium to high density residential development and includes houses and townhouses up to multi storey apartments (many located above the commercial area). Close to 40% of all private dwellings in Kingsford are flats, units or apartments. Housing in the south of the suburb is predominantly one and two storey single dwellings, many constructed in the boom housing period in the 1950s/60s.The commercial centre of Kingsford is on the major bus service operating along Anzac Parade, these bus services are the only form of public transport available to the suburb.
Amenities in the Kingsford Neighborhood
There are a number of local grocery stores including IGA, White Lotus Asian Food Market, Randwick Oriental Supermarket and Thai Kufar. Neighbourhood stores also include newsagency, chemist, florists, video stores, fruit and vegetables and chemist. Nearby is the Eastgardens Shopping Centre, which has a vast array of department stores, supermarkets and specialty stores.
The University of New South Wales strongly influences the demographic features of both Kingsford and Kensington.The cultural diversity of Kingsford means there is an exciting range of eateries to choose from, including Meeks Café, Mamma Teresa Italian Restaurant, Kingsford Chinese Restaurant, Ubud – next to South Sydney Junior Rugby League Club, La Cumbia Restaurant.
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Etch is a trusted partner for home owners, vendors, and buyers throughout the area, so if you plan on moving to Kingsford or if you own a home in the area and are preparing to sell or rent, we can help you prepare for the next steps and take action when needed.
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