DULWICH At A Glance
With pristine streets, beautifully restored bungalows and a short walk to Victoria Park, this quiet city-fringe suburb is a gem in Adelaide’s east. With a small but stylish selection of upmarket shops, popular cafés and a strong community spirit, Dulwich is one of Adelaide’s most sought-after postcodes.
The village-like atmosphere of Stuart Road and being within walking-di stance of the heart of the city.
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Turn off busy Greenhill Road and find instantaneous calm on the tree-lined streets of Dulwich. An understated yet sought-after suburb, Dulwich provides the perfect combination of city convenience and peaceful suburbia.
With a charming collection of cafés and boutique shops on and around Stuart Road, Dulwich Village provides daily convenience while being just moments from the CBD. Its location also means the bustling retail and hospitality centres in Norwood, Unley and Burnside are just a short drive away.
Shady streets, manicured footpaths and pockets of open green spaces make Dulwich a favourite for the fit and active. Dog-walkers, joggers and cyclists have access to Adelaide’s natural assets with Victoria Park on their doorstep. The area is also a firm favourite with families who enjoy great access to public transport and proximity to Adelaide’s most prestigious schools, including Prince Alfred College, St Peter’s College and Loreto College.
From the very beginning Dulwich has attracted Adelaide’s educated and elite. Well-off retirees appreciate being close to the city and surrounds, while busy professionals and families enjoy the oversized blocks, convenient facilities and access to premium schools. In a handful of units you will find students, young professionals and retirees who enjoy having easily accessible public transport.
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Locals relish the opportunity to bypass malls and chain supermarkets and shop nearby on Stuart Road, with grocers, beauty bars and services creating a village - like vibe.
The results of a strong arts push at the turn of the century can be seen in unusual and delightful architectural touches. Many Dulwich homes are heritage listed so they will be preserved for generations to come.
Take a leisurely 30 - minute walk through Victoria Park or catch one of the many Dulwich Avenue or Stuart Road buses to arrive in the heart of Adelaide city within a few minutes.
With its spacious properties and beautifully maintained streets, Dulwich has timeless appeal. The architectural embellishments, the round-windowed bungalows and elegant garden designs add charm to the increasingly coveted Dulwich real estate. Amongst the prestigious homes are some retro unit blocks occupied by students and young professionals living close to the city, while historic homes such as Dulwich House (circa 1880) on Stuart Road represent real estate nirvana.