Speak with any local Real Estate Agent in Elizabeth Bay, and they will tell you the same story. Elizabeth Bay is a harbourside delight – arms reach to the CBD yet with a history, culture and architecture that define it as one of Sydney’s original premium suburbs.
Elizabeth Bay’s history dates back to early colonial years and as such it hosts a rich tapestry of heritage listed buildings from the mid 1800s when its first subdivisions were populated with architect designed homes and public spaces.
Since these early years Elizabeth Bay has been home to the Australian aristocracy and to this day it still houses a number of iconic and heritage homes including ‘Boomerang’, ‘Ashton’ and ‘Ramona’.
In later years the tiny suburb became more densely populated with apartments in the art deco, post-war and more modern styles, many of which still exist under the same community title ownership they were established under many decades ago.
Elizabeth Bay houses the buzzing strip of Macleay St from the Al Alamein fountain down to The Yellow House, but it also has numerous quaint and quiet spots including Arthur McElhone reserve and Beare Park two perfect spots for a picnic with world-class harbour views.
Local market knowledge and local selling agent relationships are both the order of the day when looking to purchase in Elizabeth Bay. In a high demand suburb with less than twenty streets these relationships are key to know who’s selling, and how much to pay – especially when they’re not advertised.
Working with Dan means you’ll bypass the time wasting and disappointment so many experience when househunting in an in demand locale.