Location and Transport Links

    Located 4km to the CBD, Newtown offers a central location and borders Camperdown, Stanmore, Erskineville, Eveleigh and Darlington.

    Property types

    The majority of houses in Newtown are semi-detached or terraces. Freestanding houses account for only 8.5% of housing. The Victorian backdrop is dominant with only small boutique developments occasionally diversifying the neighbourhood. Apartments make up around 37% of the housing stock and range from old art deco blocks to modern developments.

    Shops and Restaurants

    King Street and Enmore Road offer over 60 dining venues along with another 20 or so cafés. No matter what the desire, there will be a restaurant open to satisfy your taste buds.

    It is this blend of food culture that has made Newtown one of the most popular eating destinations in Sydney. There is also a cultural and art scene actively growing in the area. There are several small galleries displaying local art where one can go and spend some time admiring the talent on offer and maybe purchasing a few pieces.

    Schools and Educational Facilities

    Due to its small size Newtown has limited schooling facilities on offer. There is a public school and secondary school, as well as the Newtown High School of Performing Arts. There are more schools scattered within a 3km proximity. Sydney University is the premier drawcard for tertiary education.

    Recreation and other Amenities

    The Camperdown Memorial Rest Park is the largest park in Newtown. For more outdoor activities and sporting facilities the neighbouring suburb of Camperdown offers tennis courts cricket pitches and ovals. There are also plenty of boutique gyms and indoor fitness centers which will cater for all your fitness needs.

    Why people live in Newtown?

    Newtown is well known for its café culture and bohemian lifestyle. It has a plethora of cafes and restaurants within walking distance and eclectic mix of specialist shops that line King Street.

    This unique suburb is highly integrated with public transport, offering 3 different railway stations (Newtown, Macdonaldtown, and St Peters) as well as major bus routes all heading into the CBD.

    Buyers are drawn by the character filled terrace homes and close proximity to the airport, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sydney University.

    Buyers’ Agent for Newtown

    To obtain assistance searching for and buying real estate in Newtownand to get a buyers’ agent or buyers’ advocate on your side, please call us on 1300 655 615, email us, or send us your buyers’ wishlist today by clicking here. Alternatively, if you want advice on whether to buy or sell first, current market conditions or median prices and growth statistics for Newtown, call our team of buyers’ agents today on 1300 655 615 and we can assist you.


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