Luxurious Darling Point is all about jaw-dropping mansions that boast expansive harbour views. One of Sydney’s most desirable neighbourhoods, there is only one reason to visit this prestigious area, and that is to marvel at its beauty.
Prestigious Darling Point is all about grand estate homes, manicured gardens and incredible views over Sydney Harbour. Bordering Rushcutters Bay with its million dollar yachts, Darling Point locals love to sit back and enjoy their tranquil surrounds, whether it’s from the foreshore parks or their own private harbour access.
Within easy reach of Sydney’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, Darling Point is happy to let its neighbours take the limelight for entertaining. When they choose to join the action, locals don’t have to wander too far from home with Double Bay, Paddington, Potts Point and Darlinghurst all within easy reach.
Darling Point’s heritage-listed estate homes sit amongst cutting-edge contemporary mansions. Amongst them are Art Deco apartments, but the stately neighbours command all the attention.
The grandest of them all, ‘The Swifts’ at 68 Darling Point Road, is famous for its sandstone masonry, Victorian castellated gothic revival architecture and its sweeping, manicured gardens.
‘Craigend’ at 86 Darling Point Road displays the beauty of another era with its Moorish and Art Deco style. Staying true to Sydney’s sandstone heritage is ‘Carthona’ at 1 Carthona Avenue, a waterside mansion that is still owned by the descendants of tea merchant, Philip Bushell.
The homes along Yarranabbe and New Beach Roads and Carthina Avenue have sweeping harbour views.
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