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Discover Ashbury – The Leafy Inner West Suburb You May Never Have Heard of, But Need to Add to Your Real Estate Radar

August 4, 2022

If you haven’t heard of Ashbury until now don’t fret, you’re definitely not alone. Despite flying under the radar as one of Sydney’s safest and family-friendly suburbs, Ashbury boasts the all the delights of city fringe living without the bustling feel of your typical inner-city suburb.


A garden oasis in Sydney’s Inner West

Ideally located within 10km of Sydney CBD, Ashbury is a serene heritage-listed suburb that takes its name from the neighbouring suburbs of Ashfield and Canterbury. It has long been cherished as an area known for its tight-knit community; a place where children play, families grow, and neighbours become friends.

You only need to stroll around the leafy inner-west suburb to understand why so many of its residents have settled in the charming neighbourhood for a lifetime. Whilst maintaining its tree-lined streets and quaint village feel, this tight-knit community enjoys access to an abundance of shops and cafes, parklands, community facilities, surrounding schools, and public transport.

Surrounded by parklands and transport links

Locals are spoilt for choice for choice in parklands, with Peace Park’s observation tower offering a stunning view out over the surrounding suburbs. It’s conveniently situated within a few minutes’ drive of Canterbury, Ashfield and Campsie train stations, 8km from Sydney Airport, and 19km from the eastern suburb’s beaches. Its proximity to the CBD creates a rare and enviable Sydney lifestyle for families, downsizers, and young professionals alike.

Explore the local dining scene

Residents can tap into the buzzing local culinary scene with ease, a mere few minutes’ drive from modern Japanese restaurant Kujira, renowned restaurant One Penny Red, and fortnightly Flour Mill Markets rich with local produce. Residents may find themselves at the sleek bar The Temperance Society on a Saturday night, or nearby favourite Summer Hill Hotel for a family-friendly bistro lunch. Ashbury is home to much loved local cafés, including rustic First Street Pantry and more contemporary 3 Tomatoes. Easy access to supermarkets and lifestyle precincts Ashfield Mall and Summer Hill Village means locals have everything they need on their doorstep.

Rich in history and Charm

With development of housing beginning on a wide scale in 1919, older Ashbury homes range in style from Federation to Art Deco and Californian Bungalow. Now protected by its heritage conservation status, the neighbourhood’s unique character will be maintained for generations to come.

As one of just two neighbouring sites available for development in the area, Ashbury’s rare and timeless charm was a huge drawcard for Coronation Property in securing the land. The planning of Ashbury Terraces was heavily influenced by the suburb itself, incorporating contemporary living seamlessly into the surrounding parklands and neighbourhood.

Ashbury Terraces comprises of 59 garden terrace homes and three exclusive penthouses, nestled amongst an abundance of greenery and a communal gym, pool, and outdoor seating facilities. Coronation Property worked in conjunction with SJB and 360 Landscape Architects to bring their vision to life and enrich the unique local character of Ashbury.

Learn more about the development by booking a private appointment at the display gallery. Register your details here and a member of the Ashbury Terraces team will be in touch.