Stanmore has been sitting quietly in the Inner West area, but has evolved into a vibrant and artistic village packed with Victorian terraces and gorgeous cottages.
The streets are a mix of old-world charm and quirky back lanes, while its emerging art and cafe scene is increasingly getting more attention by the hipster radar.
Great offer of local pubs and bars, nightclubs, live music, theatre and cinemas
Good number of parking spaces, average cost of street parking, average speed and road quality
Easy access to supermarkets, local shops, and convenience stores
Accessing gyms, local parks and public spaces, sporting facilities and swimming centres, walkways and cycleways in the suburb
Quick access to train, buses and ferries
Local lively markets, large shopping centres and boutique shops
A number of dog-friendly parks with picnic areas give you an exciting, hassle-free urban living on your doorsteep. The village keeps its country town vibes, but is only walking distance to dazzling Newtown for shopping and live entertainment.
There is some bold and funky street art around Stanmore which aligns with the very intimate art culture of this hipster suburb.
Little restaurant Sixpenny has been featured in the Australian go-to guide for eating out and eating in, Good Food. Locals also have their pick of European dining in walking distance neighbours Marrickville, Petersham and Leichhardt. Newtown and Enmore complete the offer with their eclectic drinking establishments.