STIR­LING

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Mabel St, Stirling -

Lo­ca­tion Aver­age dis­tance to the GPO is 14km. Ori­gin of sub­urb name Orig­i­nally called Stir­ling East to avoid con­fu­sion with Stir­ling North, the name honours Sir Lancelot Stir­ling, MP. Pub­lic trans­port Buses on Ade­laide Metro route 868 and 894H run along Long­wood Rd, pro­vid­ing ac­cess to Aldgate and Black­wood, and there are mul­ti­ple routes that run along Mount Barker Rd and the South East­ern Free­way. There is also a train sta­tion at Stir­ling. Schools Schools in the area in­clude Heath­field High School on Long­wood Rd, Crafers Pri­mary School on Pic­cadilly Rd, St Cather­ine’s School on Ayers Hill Rd, Stir­ling District Kinder­garten on The streets of Stir­ling are char­ac­terised by low-den­sity homes sur­rounded by a large amount of trees and na­tive veg­e­ta­tion. Lo­cal at­trac­tions There are a num­ber of re­serves and parks in Stir­ling, in­clud­ing the Woora­binda Re­serve, as well as cafes and shops in the town cen­tre. Zon­ing and fu­ture de­vel­op­ment Ma­bel St, Stir­ling, is lo­cated within the Coun­try Liv­ing zone of the Ade­laide Hills Coun­cil de­vel­op­ment plan. This zone re­stricts the ma­jor­ity of de­vel­op­ment to sin­gle dwellings on in­di­vid­ual al­lot­ments and must not af­fect the res­i­den­tial ameni­ties.

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