Get to know the area
Just six kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, Point Piper is a suburb set on excess in all but the square meterage of its boundaries. Small but mighty, this extremely affluent waterside area is currently the second wealthiest suburb by taxable income in the country (with the proof in its mansions, Sydney harbour views and residents alike).
We know this suburb is popular —and to get to the point, you’ll have to battle a visit-per-open-home rate 22% above the state average. Considering that Wolsely Road was once ranked the ninth-most expensive street in the world at $38,900 per square meter, the medium house price of $14,000,000 and unit price of $4,060,000 feels adequate for this playground of Sydney’s elite. With deals often delivered discreetly, you’ll need someone in your court for a market as exclusive as its residents (you know where to find us).
Home to some 1,424 residents —including former Prime Minister, Malcom Turnbull —Point Piper is comprised of just 11 streets with property as prime as their status. Palatial mansions, stunning beachfront, yacht clubs and views you can expect on a post card await you. And with connections to the best of Sydney’s inner east, the true point of this suburb is obvious. In one word: luxury.