5.2 out of 10

Malmsbury Street, Kew

-37.8020576218 145.0298052887
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"Beautuful but sometimes a thoroughfare at peak hour."

Malmsbury Street in Kew is a gorgeous little street that runs just off Princess Street and connects through to High Street.

Visually, it is quite nice with trees lining the pavement, and some beautiful apartments blocks and surprisingly large houses.

It is very close to Kew Junction so you are near all the great amenities such as Leo's supermarkets, The Skinny Dog Hotel and many others cafe's and restaurants. It's great for public transport, as buses run along Princess street every 15\30 minutes. Fantastic schools such as Xavier college and Trinity College are just around the corner for the kids as well.

It is however a large thoroughfare street at peak hour. Drivers can cut through here and connect up to High Street, and effectively cut out the traffic from Kew Junction. This can be a bit of a pain, and can be quite noisy being so close to the main road Princess Street.
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