Tucked away between some of Sydney’s most renowned neighbourhoods, Edgecliff may be small in size, but its handful of streets have all the right connections. Edgecliff has an enviable position, with access to the bays that line Sydney Harbour to one side and well-heeled shopping to the other, all within arm’s reach of Sydney’s CBD.
Edgecliff boasts a lifestyle that draws on the best its neighbours have to offer. It’s a small suburb that is a hub for commuters. Those who are lucky enough to own one of the homes on the cluster of streets that make up Edgecliff are in an enviable position when it comes to accessing the finer things that the Eastern Suburbs has to offer.
To one side, Rushcutters Bay draws locals to its foreshore parks, whilst Double Bay, Woollahra and Paddington are shopping destinations for the well-heeled. A short train or bus ride and you’re in Bondi Junction and its world-class shopping facilities.
The commute to work is short and sweet with Sydney’s CBD moments away. The biggest drawcard for the single professionals who make up the majority of the local community is the vibrant nightlife of neighbouring Potts Point and Darlinghurst. Some of Sydney’s most famous beaches are close by for a more laid-back daytime experience.
Only a cluster of streets make up this Eastern Suburbs neighbourhood, and although small in size, homes in Edgecliff come with a hefty price tag. Beautiful heritage-listed Victorian houses and cottages line streets that wind their way up into Woollahra and Paddington. Whilst some low-lying apartment blocks have an Art Deco charm to them, the sprawling high-rises offer harbour and city views.
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