If socialite spotting is your thing, then the upmarket shops and restaurants of Double Bay will be heaven. This is is the Beverley Hills of Sydney.
The glitterati like to be seen lunching in one of the many cafes that line the streets. Boutiques abound, as do the Ferraris and Porsches that line the streets. This is the main shopping centre for the surrounding well to do suburbs of Bellevue Hill, Vaucluse, Point Piper and Rose Bay.
Double Bay is next to Point Piper and Bellevue Hill and is a bayside suburb on the main harbour. Ferries run from here to the CBD. Beautiful older style homes and elegant apartments. Development has been happening in recent times with luxury apartment developments cropping up, suited for downsizers moving from larger family homes in the surrounding suburbs.
There are a number of well-known pubs that attract a younger crowd. A small marina and some public moorings are available for boat owners.
Central to the Eastern Suburbs and the city it is a convenient base for city working and reaching all the best schools.
Who lives here
People looking for upmarket impressive homes, or apartments, professionals, singles, couples, families and the famous
Elegant homes, waterfront houses, shopping, schools, pubs and restaurants. Ferry to the city and easy walk to Edgecliff train station
Median house price
Median unit price
Distance to city
15-20 min drive to city
Double Bay PS
Kambala Ladies College
Ascham Girls School
Bellevue Hill Public
Rose Bay High
Kambala Girls School
Ascham Girls School
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