6/2 Young Street, Vaucluse

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Blessed by a bright northern aspect, this well presented apartment also offers quick and easy access to a multitude of renowned harbourside attractions. At the rear, first and top floor of a secure character building, its inviting interiors feature period details, contemporary updates and an abundance of all-day natural light. Both bedrooms are doubles and the kitchen and bathroom have been renovated with an eye for fresh modern style. It's one of only seven apartments in the block and residents also enjoy use of a well-maintained common garden. In a peaceful pocket metres from local cafes, bus transport, Christison Park and coastal cliff top walkways, it's also minutes to Rose Bay North shopping village.

Living & dining is awash with bright sunlightOpen plan kitchen with sleek stone bench-topsDouble sized bedrooms, master with built-insModern renovated bathroom, designer finishesHigh ceilings & polished timber floorboardsPicturesque & grassy garden for communal useNothing to do, just move straight in & enjoyClose proximity to Watsons Bay & Camp Cove
Council rates: $276.30pq
Water rates: Incl. in levies
Levies: $1,178.57pq

Suburb Guide


Very much a family oriented suburb, exclusive Vaucluse is all about large blocks of land, lush gardens, swimming pools and sweeping views, either back across Sydney harbour or out to sea.

Located around 9km from the CBD, Vaucluse's architecture reflects a range of eras. The area is noted for its long established sprawling estates, some running down to the harbour's edge and boasting superb waterfront facilities.

On the ocean side of the suburb, in an area known as Diamond Bay, a number of apartment buildings from varying eras provide a more affordable entry into this prestigious address.

One notable landmark is Vaucluse House and Tea Rooms, an historic property which formed an integral part of the area's former Wentworth Estate, to which many of the suburb's earliest homes once belonged.

A number of boutique beaches, gorgeous reserves and harbourside attractions make the suburb both picturesque and popular with families and visitors, with Neilsen Park and Parsley Bay being two of the best known. Wonderfully peaceful and picturesque.

Suburb Features


  • Cranbrook School
  • Kambala
  • Kesser Torah College
  • Kincoppal - Rose Bay School
  • Moriah College
  • Rose Bay Public School
  • Rose Bay Secondary College
  • The Scots College
  • Vaucluse Public School


  • Christison Park
  • Dudley Page Reserve
  • Gap Park
  • Hermitage Foreshore Reserve Walk
  • Lyne Park Tennis Centre
  • Vaucluse Bowling Club
  • Vaucluse Park
  • Vaucluse Yacht Club
  • Watsons Bay Library


  • Doyles on the Beach
  • Doyles on the Wharf Take Away/Bistro
  • Dunbar House
  • Estate Vaucluse House
  • Grumpy Baker
  • Rocco's
  • The Botanica Vaucluse
  • Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel
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