6.9 out of 10

South Tce, Adelaide (CBD)

Ranked 4th best street in Adelaide (CBD)
-34.9348261705 138.6178832431
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3/5
2yrs+

"On the edge of the parklands and close to the CBD"

South Terrace forms the southern boundary to the square of Adelaide's CBD. It has a number of houses, including old cottages and modern townhouses, all with views across the parklands.

Recreational activities are plentiful - there are jogging tracks, soccer pitches, hockey fields and tennis courts all on your door-step.

This is a very convenient location for lovers of food and wine. The Central Market is just a five minute stroll away, offering fabulous fresh produce. China Town is also just around the corner, so there is a great selection of different Asian cuisines on offer.

Accessing the CBD is easy - just a short walk or you can easily hop on the free tram which runs down King William Road.
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5/5
2yrs+

"Multicultural living in the heart of Adelaide"

The south of Adelaide is a true blend – with old cottages (some under major renovation), brand new apartment blocks and modern 3 storey townhouses mixed in amongst shops, offices and carparks.

A short stroll to the Central Market and China town, it is a great location for foodies looking for fresh produce, as well as cheap and authentic Asian food. You just can’t go past Ky Chow’s salt and pepper squid!

With easy access to the city’s tramlines, you can quickly be at the Adelaide Train Station or down at the beach in Glenelg.

As with all inner city locations, parking is at a premium. Many new complexes will have garages, but a permit will be required if you need to park on the street. This can be an issue if you have a number of visitors. However given the suburb’s proximity to the heart of Adelaide, you can easily get by without a car. Just take care walking at night.

Flanked by the south parklands and its playing fields, it is a great spot for fitness enthusiasts.
Overall, a fabulous and rapidly developing location right by the Adelaide CBD. The region is super convenient, with reasonable rent, moderate house prices and lots of facilities on offer.
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