One of the most popular villages in the inner west, actually let’s just make that all of Sydney, ‘Erko’ is a bit like all the best bits of Newtown/Enmore squeezed into a beautiful miniature package.
Erksineville has thankfully remained true to its original heritage, and while it’s undoubtedly become uber cool in recent years, it’s managed to retain its authenticity and continues to be a happy place to live and work for all. The bustling high street with its lively cafes, restaurants and iconic hotels sit comfortably next to local shops, the old weatherboard train station and friendly grocer.
The ‘step back in time’ streets are lined with traditional terraces, with classic Victorian facades often concealing stunning renovations within. There’s a great public school, day care centres and Woolies, while Sydney Park and renowned King Street are a short walk away. If you’re looking to live in a super convenient city fringe location, within an inclusive and diverse microcosm of cultures, genders and nationalities, Erskineville will not let you down.