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Bellevue Hill

Lifestyle

With a title that translates to ‘beautiful view’ in French, the illustrious area of Bellevue Hill, certainly lives up to it’s namesake.

Boasting some of the most enviable panoramic vistas in the eastern suburbs, it is a prestigious highland draped in superb residences, stately gardens, and two of the most exclusive private boys schools you will find in Australia.

Bellevue Hill is only five kilometres east of the CBD. Fringed by the tranquil Rose Bay and beautiful harbour to it’s north, and the vibrant vibe of Bondi to it’s south it is a blue chip area that offers residents an A-class address within easy reach of everything.

Some of the city’s finest historical estates are nestled in this distinguished post code. As far back as settlement times, the area north of Cooper Park was already popular with wealthy investors, and to this day, showcases an impressive line up of multi-million dollar residences with spectacular harbour views.

The beautiful Cooper Park spreads over 38 hectares of bushland, providing the perfect sanctuary for walking, a game of tennis, or relaxed picnic on a sunny afternoon. Whilst, nearby Lough Playing Field has a great range of sporting facilities for active families and fitness fanatics.

A garden sanctuary in the midst of Sydney’s most populated, lifestyle-rich region, Bellevue Hill is indeed provides a ‘beautiful view’ and so much more.

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With a title that translates to ‘beautiful view’ in French, the illustrious area of Bellevue Hill, certainly lives up to it’s namesake.

Boasting some of the most enviable panoramic vistas in the eastern suburbs, it is a prestigious highland draped in superb residences, stately gardens, and two of the most exclusive private boys schools you will find in Australia.

Bellevue Hill is only five kilometres east of the CBD. Fringed by the tranquil Rose Bay and beautiful harbour to it’s north, and the vibrant vibe of Bondi to it’s south it is a blue chip area that offers residents an A-class address within easy reach of everything.

Some of the city’s finest historical estates are nestled in this distinguished post code. As far back as settlement times, the area north of Cooper Park was already popular with wealthy investors, and to this day, showcases an impressive line up of multi-million dollar residences with spectacular harbour views.

The beautiful Cooper Park spreads over 38 hectares of bushland, providing the perfect sanctuary for walking, a game of tennis, or relaxed picnic on a sunny afternoon. Whilst, nearby Lough Playing Field has a great range of sporting facilities for active families and fitness fanatics.

A garden sanctuary in the midst of Sydney’s most populated, lifestyle-rich region, Bellevue Hill is indeed provides a ‘beautiful view’ and so much more.

Homes

Bellevue Hill has an array of superb historical architecture dating right back to the late 19th Century.

Some of Sydney’s finest estates reside in Ginahgulla Road with fine examples including ‘Rona,’ an exquisite 45-room sandstone Gothic mansion overlooking the harbour, ‘Caerleon’, an exceptional example of the Federation Queen Anne style, built in 1885, and Aspinall House, formerly ‘St Killians’ in Victoria Road, the oldest of six boarding houses within the grounds of The Scots College.

Another ‘sought’ after address is Benelong Crescent where each amazing residence is blessed with magnificent harbour views.

If apartments are more your style, you’ll find these are also on the prestige side and quickly snapped up by affluent couples seeking a luxury yet low-maintenance lifestyle.

Transport

There are regular bus services to and from Bellevue Hill to the city and to the surrounding shopping centres.

The nearest train station is Edgecliff Station is close by, and a car trip into the CBD on a good day will take less than 20 minutes.

Schools

In addition to the prestigious Scots College Presbyterian School (est 1893 ), and Cranbrook School (est 1918), Bellevue Hill has the Bellevue Hill Primary School and exclusive Ascham, Kambala and Kincoppal girl’s schools within reach.

Shopping/Restaurants

A choice of shops nearby include the local Bellevue Hill village in the heart of the suburb, several shops at the bottom of Cooper Park, plus the Plumer Road village in Rose Bay.

You can easily walk to the cosmopolitan centre of Double Bay with it’s high-end boutiques and eateries, or head to the bustling Bondi Junction for a whole wealth of mainstream shopping.

If you love dining out, then there’s a wonderful selection of local restaurants offering a great range of international cuisine to tempt your tastebuds.

Highlights include:

Bar Mia
This proverbial "cheap and cheerful" pizza restaurant is a hit with locals. Dishing up homemade pizzas, generous desserts and complimentary limoncello to finito, Bar Mia is a budget-friendly Italian treat.

Catalina
Right on the foreshore in tranquil Rose Bay, is Catalina, a premier Sydney waterfront restaurant. Here, you can indulge in sophisticated dining with a panoramic view of Sydney Harbour, catch a sea plane, or just sip on a cocktail and enjoy the water views.

Recreational Facilities

Those keen to make the most of the harbour can choose from several nearby sailing clubs, marinas and intimate beaches, or soak up the views from the fairway of the Royal Sydney Golf Course on Bellevue Hill’s eastern side.

Royal Sydney Golf Course
Founded in 1893 The Royal Sydney Golf Club located in Rose Bay on Sydney Harbour is one of Australia’s foremost sporting and social clubs. The facilities comprise a world-class 18 hole Championship Course, a 9 hole Centenary golf course, two golf practice areas, an indoor golf studio.

Bellevue Park
Bellevue Park is one of the highest points in Woollahra and provides spectacular views of the Harbour to the East, South Head to the North, and Bondi Beach to the East.

Cooper Park
Cooper Park is a large bushland reserve with many walking tracks and recreational facilities ideal for families and nature lovers. It also includes children’s playground, shelter sheds and picnic areas, tennis courts, junior sports fields, grassed areas and landscape structures.

Cooper Park Tennis
Located in the heart of Sydney's Woollahra, this professional and picturesque tennis centre provides services and facilities for the local community. It offers 8 full size synthetic grass courts complete with flood lighting, café, pro-shop and showers, all surrounded by beautiful urban bushland.
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