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Inglewood
Inglewood 
A middle class family friendly suburb with large houses and plenty of shops. 

Inglewood, Perth (inner north)

If you love larger period homes and living in a pleasant, family friendly suburb not too far from the city centre, then check out Inglewood. This suburb has plenty of federation and Californian bungalow houses, modern two storey homes, townhouses and a scattering of less appealing flats/apartments.

The heart of this suburb is Beaufort Street, which has nearly every type of business known to man/woman. In just two-hundred metres (and the street is much longer than that), there’s a Bunnings warehouse (hardware and outdoor furniture), restaurants from about two dozen different cultures, cafes, real estate offices, a civic centre, a furniture store, a grocery store, a church, and a post office.

Inglewood has great transport with good bus services, and the Mt Lawley train station which is on the Midland line is also only a five-minute drive away. There's a public golf course, the popular Macaulay Park and the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre on Alexander Drive.

House pricing in the area ranges from affordable to a bit pricey and mostly appeals to middle income families. A small number of students from the nearby Edith Cowan University do rent some of the cheaper housing. Inglewood is also popular with retirees who like the serenity.

There are no nightclubs or similar forms of entertainment in the suburb, so if you want to party, try Northbridge instead.

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Rent $$$:

mid range to expensive


Beaufort St and the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre

Location:

Parks, 5-10km from city centre, Near ECU


Period homes and apartments

Would Suit:

Professionals, Families, Students


Usually not a problem

Vibe:

Sunday roast


If this suburb were a shoe, it would be a Colorado

 

Other suburbs close by:

Mount Lawley, Perth (inner north) >>