A buyer’s guide to Kingsford real estate
Kingsford is an eastern suburb located 7 kilometres south-east of Sydney CBD.
Sharing its northern border with University of New South Wales (UNSW), the suburb is home to many students, and professionals living in medium to high density housing. Families and older residents occupy relatively peaceful backstreets with traditional family homes on larger blocks.
Relatively affordable compared to neighbouring areas, the largely residential suburb benefits from accessibility and convenience, with close proximity to major amenities, public transport, shopping, dining, eastern suburbs beaches, and Sydney Airport.
Kingsford property prices
- Median House Price in Kingsford
- Median Apartment Price in Kingsford
Kingsford properties for sale
Housing in Kingsford ranges from medium to high density. Many streets are filled with older family homes, while high density units can be found near Anzac Parade and closer to UNSW.
As a university precinct, Kingsford benefits from plenty of cheap eats! Most retail and dining in the suburb can be found along Anzac Parade. After a tipple? There are two main watering holes – The Regent Hotel and Churchills Sports Bar.
When you’re ready to escape to the coast, Coogee Beach is less than 5 kilometers south, easily accessible via bus.
Escape to local open green spaces at nearby Kensington Park or take a short bus ride to Centennial Park.
After bigger retailers? Westfield Eastgardens is a connient 6 minute drive, north west of Kingsford.
- St Spyridon College
Shopping & Entertainment
- Westfield Eastgardens
Outdoor & Recreation
- Kensington Park
- Centennial Park
- Coogee Beach