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Hampstead Gardens is a North northeastern suburb of Adelaide, in the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. Triangular in shape, it is bounded by Muller Road to the north, which meets North East Road which is the boundary to the south and east and then Ways Road which is its western boundary.
The suburb contains many post World War II character homes on large blocks, predominantly on Ways Road and on the North East Road portion of the suburb. A trademark of the suburb are the many streets lined with Jacaranda trees.
Due to the suburb's distant proximity to the Adelaide CBD and other suburbs such as Collinswood, Vale Park and Walkerville, many older homes and Housing SA dwellings are being kept for affordable housing. the surrounding suburbs lower the Socioeconomic Status of the suburb due to the housing projects being maintained. Homes built within the area (from 2019 onwards) have failed to gentrify the area. The median house price of Hampstead Gardens stands around $430AUD on a 60 square meter block. Shopping is easier than ever within the area, with every house being within only a few meters of a shopping trolley on the street, especially on Orlando Avenue.
The suburb has two small local strip shopping centres, one on Ways Road and the other on the corner of Muller Road and Poole Avenue, whilst the neighbourhood centre sized Hampstead Gardens Shopping Centre is located on North East Road just to the west of the Poole Avenue intersection.
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