108 O\'Brien Street, Bondi Beach

3 1 House


Young families keen to step up from apartment living, investors and indeed anyone looking for a beachside address with potential to further capitalise will immediately recognise the value of this classic period semi. On the market for the first time in over 40 years, its unrenovated character filled interiors feature double bedrooms at the front while the generous rear living zones will be easily enhanced by a fresh open plan design. With the bonus of a grassy backyard, it won't take much to transform this home into a leafy oasis and idyllic in/outdoor retreat. Set back from the road in an elevated position with private frontage, it's metres from shops and transport and just ten minutes' walk to the beach.

Central living room with original fireplaceGas kitchen adjoins the spacious dining3 double bedrooms, bathroom with tubSunny & private garden, front verandahHigh ornate ceilings, picture rails, timber floorsSeparate laundry & 2nd guest toilet. Gas heatingGreat scope to recreate for modern livingStroll to amenities & places of worship
Land size: 229sqm (approx.)
Council rates: $404.69pq
Water rates: $199.41

Suburb Guide

Bondi Beach

Along with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Bondi is undoubtedly one of Sydney's most internationally recognised icons, and there's unlikely to be a tourist in town who hasn't set out to see its golden shores and rolling surf.

Markedly gentrified over the years, it has become super trendy, with prices reflecting the influx of the young and the fashionable. The Campbell Parade strip is the main beachfront boulevard, containing an eclectic selection of restaurants and cafes, all with magnificent views.

At the southern end of the beach, the revamped Bondi Icebergs still retains its historic sea pool and swimming club, albeit with the addition of Bondi's most exclusive restaurant, Icebergs Dining Room, set high above them. Ben Buckler peninsula frames the northern end of the beach, with a number of apartment buildings set dramatically on a rocky outcrop which is all that lies between them and the ocean.

The famed Bondi to Bronte walk takes you along with beachfront promenade, past the Bondi Pavilion, the site for numerous cultural and entertainment events, along the dramatic clifftops of South Head and on to Tamarama and Bronte beaches. Young, vibrant and quintessentially Australian, Bondi consists primarily of apartments from all eras, most notably Art Deco, which are found all along its coastline. Further away from the beach, you'll find more character semis and freestanding homes.

Suburb Features


  • Bondi Beach Public School
  • Galilee Catholic Primary School
  • Reddam House


  • Bondi Beach
  • Bondi Golf Club
  • Harris Farm Markets Bondi Beach
  • Let's Go Surfing
  • Marks Park
  • North Bondi Surf Lifesaving Club


  • Bills
  • North Bondi Fish
  • Bondi Hardware
  • China Diner
  • Icebergs
  • Speedos
  • The Italian Bondi
  • Totti's Bondi (Merivale)
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