28 Evans Street, Bronte

4 2 2 House


A uniquely stunning rear extension by Rolfe Latimer of Altis Architecture serves only to enhance the intrinsic appeal of this beautiful Victorian residence 'Coorallie' c1892. Boasting a magnificent cathedral window that floods the room with northern light, it delivers a fresh open space that continues outdoors to a large terrace and level lawn. The original front of the home is a showcase of traditional period style linked to the rear by soaring 3.7m ceilings. Freestanding on a very generous holding of 576sqm (approx), it's minutes from the beach, good schools and Queens Park. On the market for the first time in 22 years, this is a rare and exciting opportunity to raise your family on one of Bronte's most tightly-held streets.

Expansive family room with wood heaterSunny terraced area for outdoor mealsFormal lounge & dining with bay windowGranite gas kitchen with walk-in pantryLarge beds, built-ins, flexible 4th bed/studyPrivate master suite opens to the terraceChild-friendly level garden, gas heatingDouble carport plus driveway, cellar/storage
Land size: 576sqm (approx.)
Council rates: $791.42pq
Water rates: $176.56pq

Property Features

  • Carports 2
Suburb Guide


Bronte is home to one of Sydney's most picturesque beaches, where the lush expanse of Bronte Gully cascades down to parkland and golden sands framed by dramatic clifftops.

Packed with families the instant the sun shines, Bronte retains its seaside baths which still provide a safe spot to swim, just as they have done since 1887. Bronte's name is also synonymous with the famed 'Bondi to Bronte' beachfront walk.

Architecturally it is a mix of styles, with many of the early 20th century houses and semis either refurbished to reflect the suburb's affluence or redeveloped to take full advantage of the views. Art Deco apartments and units from the '60s through to the present day all vie to find their own glimpse of that magnificent ocean outlook.

Just 6kms from the city, Bronte features a small strip of trendy waterfront restaurants, many of which open only during the day. Completed in 1845, historic Bronte House is among the oldest buildings in the Eastern Suburbs.

Its formal gardens merge easily with the natural landscape of Bronte Gully to make it the embodiment of the romantic villa by the sea.

Suburb Features


  • Bronte Public School
  • Clovelly Public School
  • Montessori East - Bondi
  • St Catherines School
  • St Clares College
  • Waverley Public School


  • Bronte Park
  • Queens Park
  • Tamerama Park
  • Varna Park


  • Moxhe Restaurant
  • Locale Bronte
  • Wet Paint Restaurant
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