Get to know the area
A neighbourhood as prestigious as the prominent families that once founded it, the historic suburb of Vaucluse hugs the coastline just eight kilometres from Sydney’s CBD. With prime views of the iconic Sydney Harbour, the only thing grander than the location of Vaucluse’s generational estates is the heritage status that accompanies them.
We know Vaucluse remains one of Sydney’s most exclusive suburbs; with waterfront mansions, cliff-top perched estates and prices of equal stature. Median property prices in the area are $5,825,000 for houses and $1,198,000 for units. And if you are looking to invest in a legacy of your own, consider homes in Vaucluse deliver an annual rental yield of 2.0% and 2.8 for units. With a trajectory that rivals the suburbs commanding cliff-top position, the area has seen a compound growth rate of 6.8% for houses and 2.1% for unitsin the last five years alone.
Dominated by established and mature couples and families, Vaucluse is reserved for those who have been afforded (and able to afford) the finer things in life. Expertly manicured gardens parallel their manicured residents, who have lived in the suburb for generations. Exuding a natural elegance, the suburb is spotted with relics of its past; with the stunning Vaucluse House, Strickland House, The Hermitage and the historic fortifications that once protected its shores. Featuring hidden reserves, intimate beaches, effortlessly classic cafes as well as Nielsen and Sydney Harbour National Parks —Vaucluse’s lifestyle is history-making for more reasons than one.