34 Cuthbert Street, Queens Park

2 1 House


Perfectly positioned in one of Queens Park's most intimate and consistently sought-after palm-lined streets, this attractive cottage retains character and flexibility ideal for low-maintenance living. Its classic period facade will be a major drawcard for buyers seeking a great-looking traditional home with original features, bright interiors, an easy-care dual-level floorplan and a prime corner position that's a couple of blocks away from the greenery of Queens Park.

The property is now on the market for the first time in more than 45 years; it is presented in good solid condition and provides a rare opportunity for buyers to acquire an older-style home in this highly prized setting. Character homes in this location are among the hottest properties in the eastern suburbs and offer excellent potential to add value to make the most of the great location that's walking distance to Centennial Park & Queens Park, major shopping and transport amenities at Bondi Junction, and just a few minutes to beaches at Bronte and Bondi.

An ideal northerly rear aspect that brings in excellent natural light
Versatile layout features separate sitting room/3rd bed at the front
High ceilings, polished floors and many original details throughout
Upper-level second bedroom with sky windows and built-in storage
Bright and airy open plan design includes a well-equipped gas kitchen
Easy flow out to a private BBQ courtyard with rear pedestrian access
Set in a quiet tree-lined street offering plenty of parking available
Lots of potential to further update to add style, appeal and value

Property Information

  • Land area approx 138.4sqm

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Suburb Guide

Queens Park

Queens Park is a small suburb in the eastern suburbs of Sydney located approximately 6 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district. Queens Park is bounded by the suburbs of Centennial Park to the west, Waverley and Charing Cross to the east, Bondi Junction to the north and Randwick to the south. The suburb surrounds the park with houses on three sides; however only houses on the park's northern and eastern sides form the suburb of Queens Park. Queens Park is home to some of the oldest and largest trees in Centennial Parklands. To this day Queens Park is used for informal recreation and organised sport, featuring cricket, rugby, soccer, and touch football fields bordered by sandstone outcrops and established trees. A viewing area located the sandstone ridge on the eastern edge of the Park offers spectacular views of Queens Park with the Sydney City skyline as a backdrop.

Suburb Features


  • Emanuel School
  • Holy Cross Catholic Primary School
  • Moriah College
  • Reddam House
  • Waverley College
  • Waverley Public School


  • Bronte Beach
  • Centennial Park Cycles
  • Moonlight Cinema Sydney in Centennial Parklands
  • Queens Park Outdoor Gym
  • Royal Randwick Racecourse


  • Bronte Road Bistro
  • Charing Cross Hotel
  • Osteria Riva
  • Queens Park Pizza
  • Ruby's Diner
  • Vacanza Pizzeria
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