3/10 Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay

3 2 1 Apartment


Here's a fresh start for the New Year in this bright and cheerful 3 bedder, all spruced up and ready to live in or rent out. Well situated on the entry level (only a couple of steps from street level, but above ground level) it has a spacious open-plan living/dining area beside a stylish and practical kitchen, all looking out to the L-shaped balcony and the glimmer of harbour waters. It's in excellent condition so no expenditure is required, unless of course you want to make some changes to suit your own taste, but one thing is for sure... you will love the location - so close to the revitalised entertainment of Potts Point, lovely harbourside parks and the city - and you'll be pleasantly surprised at just how affordable it is.

Welcome to the delights of Elizabeth BayEnjoy space, light & total convenience3 bedrooms include plantation shutters2 bathrooms (1 ensuite) + internal laundryGenerous open plan living/dining (air-con) + balconyLift to secure undercover parking. Secure storage roomAlmost level entry - only a couple of stepsShort easy walk to Potts Point & harbour
Council Rates: $228.61pq
Water Rates: $130.93pq
Strata Levies - Admin: $991.20pq
Strata Levies - Sinking: $1,043.40pq

Property Features

  • Garages 1
Suburb Guide

Elizabeth Bay

Just 2km east of the CBD, this picturesque, diminutive harbourside enclave is one of Sydney's most charming, with its elegant architecture reflecting its early heritage. Many Elizabeth Bay properties enjoy spectacular harbour views either back to the city or north across Rushcutters Bay.

As a particularly high-density area, Elizabeth Bay is home primarily to gracious apartments built between the 1920s and '40s. Freestanding homes are rare, but the several that are found here are some prize pieces of real estate, including Billyard Avenue's waterfront Spanish mission residence, 'Boomerang', which once set the record for Australia's highest property price and notably featured in Mission Impossible 2.

During the height of Sydney's urban development prior to the Olympics, a number of local hotels such as The Sebel, The Manhattan and The Gazebo were all redeveloped as luxury apartments to cope with soaring demand for inner city property.

Built between 1835 and 1839, landmark Elizabeth Bay House was designed by the most fashionable and accomplished architect of the day, John Verge, for the Colonial Secretary, Alexander Macleay. Set proudly above Arthur McElhone Reserve overlooking the harbour, it now provides an elegant setting for functions and exhibitions.

While Elizabeth Bay itself has only a local corner store and a couple of funky cafes, it's surrounded by the dining and entertainment meccas of Kings Cross and Potts Point.

Suburb Features


  • Ascham School
  • Double Bay Public School
  • Glenmore Road Public School
  • SCEGGS - Darlinghurst
  • St Vincents College
  • Sydney Grammar Edgecliff Preparatory School
  • Sydney Grammar School


  • El Alamein Fountain
  • Beare Park
  • Cruising Yacht Club of Australia
  • Customs House & Haymarket Library
  • Elizabeth Bay House - Historic House
  • Harry's Café de Wheels
  • Kings Cross Library
  • Rushcutters Bay Park
  • Rushcutters Bay Tennis Centre
  • Sir David Martin Reserve
  • Trumper Park


  • Bistro Rex
  • Cho Cho San
  • Elizabeth Bay Cafe
  • Fratelli Paradiso
  • Ms G's
  • The Apollo Restaurant
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