Monday 19 April 2021

Why Surry Hills endures as one of Sydney’s most popular and desirable suburbs

With its five-star restaurants, uber chic cafés, thriving bars, bespoke designer boutiques and abundant culture, Surry Hills endures as one of Sydney’s most vibrant, eclectic and desirable suburbs. Its cuisine spans the entire globe, showcasing out the best of Japanese, Vietnamese, Middle Eastern, French, Mexican, Indian, Italian food in its multitude of restaurants. 

Ever-popular venues include Bills, Firedoor, Nour, The Dolphin Hotel, Poteno, Sang By Mabasa, Wyno x Bodega, Nomad Up The Road, The Clock Hotel, Gogyo, Osteria Emilia, Tokyo Bird, DOC Pizza and Mozzarella Bar, Poly, Nikkei, Bar Ume, Arthur, Bartolo, Yulli’s, Dead Ringer, Chin Chin, Maybe Frank, Medan Ciak, Izakaya Fujiyama, Bad Hombres, Spice I Am, Vacanza, Mark + Vinnies, Loluk Bistro, Toko, Mama’s Buoi and so many more. 

Its thriving café culture has also made Surry Hills one of the most popular weekend brunch destinations in Sydney, where many of the city's best baristas ply their trade at Four Ate Five, Single O, Reformatory Caffeine Lab, Sample Coffee and Artificer Specialty Coffee Bar. And don’t miss the Surry Hills Market, where you’ll find produce and products from some of the city's top artisans. Held on the first Saturday of each month at Shannon Reserve on the corner of Crown and Collins, it sells everything from vintage fashion and eco-minded beauty products to antique bric-a-brac and handmade ceramics.

Down the streets of this inner-city suburb, you'll find yourself spoilt for choice for sculptural homewares and funky, emerging labels sourced from Parisian ateliers and Scandinavian warehouses. Stop into the Standard, Collector and Provider stores and for a great read, Published Art and Title. Be charmed by the mounted police and their valiant stead’s, residing in the nearby Equestrian Centre on Baptist Street. 

As the oh-so-trendy heart of the Eastern Suburbs, Surry Hill’s location provides an effortless commute to the CBD and easy access to Sydney Harbour and some of Australia’s most famous beaches. The new L2 light rail provide an effortless connect to Circular Quay, QVB, Chinatown, The Entertainment Quarter, Randwick, the Royal Randwick Racecourse and UNSW. 

And if you are looking to live the Surry Hills life every day, you will be hard pressed to find a more desirable home than in the outstanding new development, Surry Hills Village. This fantastic development features architecturally superb apartments that have been finished to absolute perfection. Created by master developer and builder, Toga, Surry Hills Village offers all the amenity of urban life while enjoying a village atmosphere. Come and visit our display to see for yourself the new development that is taking the Inner East to new heights. 

Contact Emma Chappell of Cramer Property for more information.
Phone: (02) 8302 1500
Mobile: 0404 769 509

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