10/16-18 Wolseley Road, Point Piper

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Built ca.1907 as a waterfront mansion, Danmark was converted in the 1930's to accommodate 14 spectacular apartments, retaining its private access to Seven Shillings Beach and the gardens above. Well positioned just one flight from the stately entry vestibule, this remarkable 78sqm apartment is a well conceived blend of classic character and modern innovation, with 4m pressed metal ceilings, an art nouveau fireplace, stainless steel kitchen, deco bathroom, and living and dining rooms open to a side courtyard. The ingenious design of the bedroom elevates the bed space to create another versatile room beneath.

Pet friendly 1 bedroom aparment in harbourside manorEnter via main door or private side entrySide access to gardens & 7 Shillings Beach78 sqm + mezzanine bedroom areaBig bright living & enclosed balcony/diningOpen to side courtyard & harbour cameoModern kitchen, stainless steel details & stoveCharming Deco bathroom, internal laundry
Council Rates: $321.80pq
Water Rates: $146.01pq
Strata Levies - Admin: $825pq
Strata Levies - Sinking: $619.60pq

Suburb Guide

Point Piper

Comprising just 10 streets of which six are tiny cul-de-sacs, diminutive Point Piper is an ultra-exclusive peninsula jutting northward into Sydney Harbour between Double Bay and Rose Bay, 4.5km from the CBD.

Renowned as one of Australia's premier addresses, this internationally renowned enclave is lined with multi-million dollar waterfront mansions set on some of the most expensive real estate per square metre in the world.

While most of its harbourfront is devoted to the private playgrounds of the rich and famous, Point Piper does have two small boutique beaches used mainly by locals, Lady Martins and Seven Shillings.

The Royal Motor Yacht Club and the Royal Prince Edward Yacht Club are also discretely set within Point Piper's foreshores. Several of Sydney's top schools are located just minutes away, including Cranbrook, which is literally across New South Head Road, Scot's, Ascham, Kambala and Kincoppal-Rose Bay.

While Point Piper itself is solely residential, the exclusive restaurants and upmarket boutiques of Double Bay – Sydney's answer to Rodeo Drive – are just moments away. Take a picturesque walk around the shores of Rose Bay and you'll find Catalina The Pier, two of Sydney's most famous waterfront eateries and the site of port for local seaplanes. Much of Point Piper's architecture is contemporary, reflecting the desire to build bigger and more luxurious homes on this prime land.

However homes from all periods remain here, with some fine examples of Victorian, Edwardian, Federation, Art Deco and P & O styles. A number of apartments were built in the '50s, '60s and '70s, enjoying views every bit as spectacular as the breathtaking mansions surrounding them.

Suburb Features


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


  • Duff Reserve
  • Lady Martins Beach
  • Redleaf Pool (Murray Rose Pool)
  • Rose Bay Marina & Boat Hire
  • Rose Bay Park
  • Royal Motor Yacht Club
  • Royal Prince Edward Yacht Club
  • Seven Shillings Beach


  • Bar Indigo
  • Catalina Rose Bay
  • Jewel On The Bay
  • The Boathouse Rose Bay - Restaurant
  • ZEST Royal Motor Yacht Club
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