We look at 7 top suburbs in the Lower North Shore Sydney
The Sydney Lower North Shore comprises of a highly sought-after collection of prestigious neighbourhoods promising the finer things in life should you decide to relocate to the area.
Here is a list of 7 popular suburbs in the Lower North Shore.
Prestigious properties line the perfectly manicured streets of Mosman, and there are plenty of opportunities for views of the water. At 8kms from the CBD, Mosman enjoys the luxury of being right on Sydney’s doorstep. Shopping, beaches, parks and beachside cafes all add to the allure of being able to escape the hustle and bustle of city life without the long commute.
2. Neutral Bay
Situated just on the other side of the Harbour Bridge lies Neutral Bay. This area has plenty of variety to offer, making it an attractive location for families, retirees, and even young professionals. Socialites love Neutral Bay for its easy access to the Neutral Bay shopping district along Military Road, and the relaxed atmosphere of The Oaks Hotel.
3. Crows Nest
If you enjoy the café lifestyle, then you will love living in Crows Nest, a mecca for coffee shops, cultural food, shopping, and restaurants.
Willoughby scores favourably in a range of liveability metrics. There’s culture, coffee, employment, shopping, and cafes. Residents also have great things to say about the telecommunications coverage around the suburb. Lack of access to buses brings the area down a little, as does the lack of parks and green areas.
Greenwich is well-known for its community spirit, excellent schools, seafood restaurants, fantastic views of the harbour and lots of green areas. There are two hospitals within walking distance, making it a popular area for retirees, and there is plenty of access to convenient shopping.
The full gamut of society can be seen in Cremorne, from twenty-something professionals to old-timers. Sitting snugly between the two prestigious suburbs of Neutral Bay and Mosman, there are lots of parklands to enjoy on the weekends, wide footpaths meander around the water’s edge, and Primrose Park features tennis courts and walking trails. The CBD is only 6 kilometres distant, but in the quiet streets of Cremorne, it can feel like you are world’s away.
7. Milsons Point
Milsons Point is considered the second most liveable suburb of Sydney, and for a good reason. It’s home to the famous Luna Park for one thing, but life is also good because of the proximity to employment, ferries, buses, schools, and wide-open spaces. Trains are a short walk from anywhere in the suburb and the restaurants at Luna Park and elsewhere present lots of exceptional dining opportunities.
Moving to Lower North Shore Sydney?
If you’re considering a move to a better lifestyle, make sure you build an excellent team of professionals to help get you there. You will need a great real estate agent, a competent mortgage broker, and access to reliable trades and services from builders, painters, electricians, plumbers and more.
Find help with the best businesses in the Sydney Lower North Shore
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