12/4 Iluka Street, Rose Bay

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Buyers who demand impressive space and privacy will be instantly attracted to the oversized proportions and peaceful harbourside setting of this well-sized three-bedroom apartment. Set on the top floor of a boutique Art Deco block of 12 in the 'Dorchester' building, it offers an expansive retreat that is light-filled throughout and set up high to capture an elevated northerly aspect.

Perfect for those looking for a house-sized home yet appreciate the low-maintenance lifestyle that comes with apartment living, this apartment delivers the ideal package and is only 200m to the waterfront at Rose Bay. This sought-after enclave is surrounded by acres of green space, parkland and the golf course, and is within easy walking distance to the Rose Bay ferry wharf, Plumer Road shops and cafes, and shopping in Rose Bay village.

Offering size and space rarely seen in apartment living with parkingMassive 133sqm internal area over a bright single-levelWindows on three sides ensure excellent light and airflowFresh interiors, high ceilings and many retained period detailsLayout includes a large lounge room and a north-facing dining area/sun roomThree bedrooms all have large built-in wardrobes Bathroom with full sized bath and separate toiletWell-equipped gas kitchen with good workspace and dishwasherPart of the boutique Dorchester building of only 12 apartments

Property Information

  • Council Rates $178.42/quarter
  • Water Rates $423.58/quarter
  • Strata Admin Fund $2282.45/quarter

Property Features

  • Uncovered Carspaces 1

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Suburb Guide

Rose Bay

Split almost perfectly in half by the main artery, Old South Head Road, Rose Bay is a salubrious suburb just 7kms from the CBD. It's a seamless fusion of the large-scale properties and quiet residential atmosphere of Vaucluse to its east and the cosmopolitan lifestyle and convenience of Double Bay to its west.

Rose Bay is definitely a lifestyle address and has become the suburb of choice for those who enjoy food, golf, sailing or just a leisurely stroll along its picturesque waterfront promenade.

It's home to one of the country's most exclusive golf clubs, Royal Sydney, and its public neighbour the Woollahra Golf Club. More low-key than its high-fashion neighbour Double Bay, Rose Bay offers more of a laid back café culture, with a few local supermarkets, eclectic dining and some interesting specialty stores such as Parisi's.

Its two main shopping villages on Old South Head Road and New South Head Road are linked by a couple of main streets. The prized harbour side of the suburb plays host to one of Sydney's most renowned waterfront restaurants, Catalina.

Top schools abound in the vicinity, with Kincoppal-Rose Bay girls' school known as one of its most significant buildings – an ornate and dramatic mid-1800s landmark standing proudly above the entire suburb, surveying the harbour below. Architecturally, Rose Bay is an interesting combination of eras.

Many of the area's older substantial Federation homes and semis remain, generally renovated to perfection. Art Deco apartments are prevalent, while a number of exclusive apartments and villas have been developed along the waterfront to cater to those keen to have a front row seat among the action.

Suburb Features


  • Cranbrook School
  • Kambala
  • Kincoppal-Rose Bay
  • Rose Bay Public School
  • Rose Bay Secondary College
  • The Scots College


  • Dangar Oval
  • Lyne Park
  • Milk Beach
  • Rose Bay Community Garden
  • Shark Island
  • Stand Up Paddle Boarding
  • Sydney Sea Planes
  • Woollahra Park
  • Woollahra Sailing Club


  • Catalina Rose Bay
  • Jewel On The Bay
  • Mangia e bevi
  • Sushi Den
  • Washoku
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