Inner West Property Buyers Agent
Mayfield Property Buyers, your local property buyers’ agent, helps you locate and purchase property in Sydney’s Inner West. Attracting demographically diverse property buyers the ever-popular Inner West is home to young hipsters and corporate professionals alongside growing families and baby boomers looking to downsize.
What drives the Inner West’s enduring popularity? Perhaps the facts that it:
- Is a very easy commute to Sydney CBD
- Has a flourishing cafe and restaurant scene
- Offers a good mix of property styles
- Is close to waterways
- Has plenty of parks
- Enjoys excellent local academic institutions - universities and top-rated private schools.
Inner West buyers utilising Mayfield Property Buyers agent services won’t be disappointed. Whether buying your first home, upgrading to a family home or seeking an excellent investment property, our Inner West buyers’ agent service will help secure the right property for you and your family and assist in determining which Inner West suburb best meets your needs and budget.
Choosing to live in the Inner West brings you close to everything you can ever possibly need; and, although not on the coastal fringes, offers a very easy commute to hit the beach for the day.
Many suburbs have good transport links to the city, with your choice of frequent bus, train, light rail and ferry services enabling you to be in the heart of the Sydney CBD in as little as 15mins to 30mins.
For workers in the CBD, Sydney’s Inner West suburbs on the train lines are popular, including: Redfern, Newtown, Erskineville, Stanmore, Petersham and Summer Hill. The recently opened light rail provides another option for those living and/or working in Pyrmont, Glebe, Lilyfield, Leichhardt and Dulwich Hill. The M4 East Extension currently underway will relieve congestion along Parramatta Rd, making travelling into the City or to western Sydney easier for many living between Strathfield, Burwood, Ashfield and Haberfield.
Some say that the Inner West is loved by many due to the huge variety of eating and drinking establishments. There are numerous eat streets or restaurant scenes to be explored from the hip and eclectic Newtown and Glebe to the more family-friendly areas of Haberfield and Leichhardt.
A very strong coffee culture exists in the Inner West and just about every corner seems to have a cafe serving up a great espresso. And why not when Sydneysiders love their coffee so much.
Perhaps that’s the lingering influence of the Italians and Greeks that once laid claim to Leichhardt, Haberfield and Marrickville areas in the 1950’s and 1960’s but whose culture has today permeated throughout the Inner West.
There is an ever-burgeoning mixing pot of international cuisines to choose from, especially along the eat streets of Balmain, Rozelle, Newtown, Burwood, Glebe and Erskineville.
Leichhardt and Haberfield continue to have a strong Italian influence with eat streets Norton and Ramsay streets dedicated to great Italian restaurants and boutiques. Marrickville maintains an enduring Greek influence and Dulwich hill has sprouted an abundant selection of Vietnamese eateries in recent years.
Glebe, Newtown, Erskineville, Balmain and Rozelle not only have great eat streets but offer a variety of great pubs, wine bars and options for late night revelry too.
For many young professionals the areas of Balmain, Rozelle, Glebe, Newtown and Erskineville cater nicely to their demographic blending a huge selection of restaurants, bars, cafes, boutiques and funky stores.
The Inner West walks a fine line preserving history combined with modern accommodation, from old and new terrace style Victorian houses, to low rise waterfront apartments along Drummoyne, Birchgrove and Pyrmont. Charm and character remain throughout with bungalows, cottages and converted warehouses in Annandale, Dulwich Hill, Erskineville, Glebe, and Newtown.
Water suburbs such as Drummoyne, Pyrmont, Birchgrove, Glebe and sleepy Chiswick not only enjoy stunning views but give access to boat marinas and sailing clubs.
Young families looking for more space may be drawn to Summer Hill, Drummoyne, Rozelle and Lilyfield with a variety of housing types, parks, waterways and good schools.
Inner West suburbs are home to, or in close proximity to, some of Sydney’s best known academic institutions including the Australian Catholic University, University of Sydney, University of Technology, and numerous excellent public and private schools such as Newington College, Trinity College, PLC, Meriden and Santa Sabina. With so many private schools, property in surrounding areas is always in high demand.
In our professional buyers’ agent opinion, you can’t go wrong choosing to live in the Inner West. Enjoy the wide variety of cafes and restaurants, absorb the multicultural influences and appreciate the proximity of downtown Sydney with its extensive transport links.
Once settled you’ll soon find yourself thinking that it’s the best place to live. Aside from the good food, charming properties, bustling streets and great pubs, Sydney’s Inner West has a unique character and strong sense of community.