Get to know the area
From its heritage listed homes to luxury shopping precinct, independent art scene and lush manicured parkland —Woollahra exudes high-end sophistication at every touchpoint. Just five kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, this suburb’s quintessential streetscape sees three-storey Victorian terraces and well-preserved 1900s mansions lined end-to-end.
Woollahra neighbours some of the city’s most vibrant and youthful suburbs, but this area takes a poised, more relaxed approach (to everything bar its housing prices, of course). Median property prices in Woollahra are $3,780,000 for houses and $1,262,500 for units; with an annual rental yield of 1.7% and 2.6% respectfully.And with a compound growth rate of 6.9% for houses and 4.8% for units in the last five years alone, it is clear that the locals love for luxury shopping extends into their assets, also.
With stunning tree-lined streets mirroring properties of equal status, heritage of every kind awaits you. A quieter retreat from the CBD’s hustle and bustle, this area’s quaint beauty and relaxed atmosphere comes naturally. Queen Street hosts some of the city’s best boutique shopping, gourmet delicatessens and local dining —with everything from old style English pubs to new school modern eateries on the menu. In Woollahra you can catch glimpses of the Harbour while reclining in the aptly named Harbourview, or enjoy the sunshine in neighbouring Cooper and Centennial Parks. The ultimate destination for luxury delicacies of every kind —Woollahra is hard to resist. If you’re interested in buying a property in this area, contact the best buyers agency in Sydney.