No longer seen as Newtown’s poorer cousin, Enmore’s thriving café, pub and restaurant scene continues to entertain those who live there, whilst it’s interesting mix of specialty stores and eclectic retailers draw visitors from afar. Just 6km southwest of the CBD, Enmore’s real estate is mostly made up of Victorian terraces and semis from the early 20th century, most of which have been renovated internally but boast beautiful traditional facades and picturesque front gardens. Enmore Road is the main artery and is renowned for its famous Theatre. It now also hosts the world’s best gelato and on any given Saturday night, folk eagerly queue to see a live band, theatre sports or sample the mouth-watering Mandorla Affogato gelato. Home to one of Australia’s most sustainable and ecologically friendly Aquatic Centres is Enmore Park, which also holds the areas annual Australia Day celebrations. Pet friendly and also accommodating Council’s Magic Yellow Bus each Thursday, it’s the perfect place for new parents to meet and get to know each other in a relaxed and shady environment. There are plenty of primary and secondary schooling options in Enmore and surrounding suburbs and the Design Centre is Enmore’s creative hub for budding artists and future creative innovators. Close to Sydney University and the CBD, Enmore attracts both academics and professionals, families and retirees wanting a convenient and vibrant Sydney lifestyle.
About Kate Webster
Kate Webster is a Licensed Real Estate Agent working for McGrath Estate Agents, a local Marrickville resident and has been selling homes in the area for over 15 years. Contact Kate on 0431 701 216 or firstname.lastname@example.org