Get to know the area
From the million-dollar yachts docked in its harbour, to the fit kayakers who glide across its calm waters—Rose Bay is the suburb for those looking to sail through life in the suburbs. Just seven kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, this area has an old money feel; featuring oceanside tennis courts, premier golf clubs and award-winning fine dining —all with views of the iconic Sydney Harbour, of course.
We know Rose Bay is a suburb for highfliers—which is a given considering its previous existence as an international water aerodrome up until 1955. Median property prices in the area are $3,995,000 for houses and $1,307,000 for units, delivering an annual rental yield of 1.8% and 2.4% respectfully. Popular in location and lifestyle alike, Rose Bay has seen a compound growth rate of 2.7% for houses and 5.2% for units in the last five years alone.
Centred by the picturesque Plumer Road shopping precinct, this suburb features an Art Deco streetscape well preserved in both function and form. Like stepping back in time, this old-world glamour is carried into Rose Bay’s idyllic club culture; from sailing, to golf, to tennis, these communities are as exclusive as they are established. With several public and private schools, this well-serviced suburb will give you every reason to stay within its borders. A relaxed suburb with a thriving outdoor atmosphere, Rose Bay’s Hampton-like existence is one to be envied and emulated alike.