61 Cross Street, Double Bay

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Drenched in sunlight via a sought-after rear north aspect and freestanding to the east on a deep 335sqm (approx) parcel of land, this wide 9 metre (approx) fronted Victorian terrace offers a wealth of exciting potential. Its lofty dual level interiors are characterised by classic period styling and substantial proportions with an expansive sun filled courtyard opening to a rear lane with scope for additional off street parking (STCA). Ideal for a family keen to update and personalise in an established blue ribbon location, it's barely a minute's level walk to the heart of Double Bay plus the primary school, water's edge parkland and ferry transport as well as walking distance to Edgecliff station. Fabulous and rare opportunity to purchase in this sought after row.

Oversized formal lounge and dining roomsFamily room bathed in all-day north-sunSuperb courtyard for relaxed outdoor livingGas kitchen adjoins the scullery/pantry3 bedrooms including master with ensuite3 bathrooms. Polished floors, marble fireplacesSoaring ceilings, decorative plasterworkGreat opportunity to recreate and capitalise
Land size: 335sqm (approx)
Council rates: $527.10pq
Water rates: $168.41pq

Property Features

  • Carports 1
Suburb Guide

Double Bay

Grand Federation homes and charming semis still line the intimate tree-lined avenues of this aesthetically delightful suburb, set alongside contemporary masterpieces and luxurious villas, where taste and discretion are the order of the day.

Woollahra Library at Double Bay is a highlight – reopened in 2016 and is a constant hive of activity with green walls, study rooms, a reading room with a fireplace and even a slippery dip for the children. The revitalised Kiaora Lane is almost like a central shopping hub within that area of Double Bay. There is a buzz in this wonderful hub with restaurants and cafes such as China Diner, Little Jean and Bake Bar popular with the community.

On the shores of Double Bay you'll find sailing clubs, marinas and two boutique beaches, including the gorgeous Redleaf Pool [now called Murray Rose pool]. Just 4km from the CBD, Sydney's top private schools, including Cranbrook, Scot's, Kambala and Ascham are all in the vicinity. An undeniable air of affluence and an international ambience flavour Double Bay, where the perfectly groomed and the well-heeled can be found enjoying its cosmopolitan attractions.

Suburb Features


  • Ascham School
  • Cranbrook School
  • Double Bay Public School
  • Sydney Grammar Edgecliff Preparatory School
  • The Scots College


  • Cooper Park & Tennis Courts
  • Double Bay Park
  • Steyne Park
  • Trumper Park


  • Bibo Wine Bar
  • Indigo
  • Little Jean
  • Margaret
  • Matteo
  • Bedouin
  • Matteo
  • Lotus
  • Sake
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