19A New Beach Road, Darling Point

2 1 Apartment


With a magnificent feature window framing glorious views across parkland to the sparkling boat filled harbour, this generously proportioned period residence offers space and refined old world style in a prime bayside position. Its semi like plan provides 140sqm (approx) of internal space with the bonus of a private courtyard oasis for relaxed outdoor meals and entertaining. The elegant interiors showcase traditional character beside modern appointments and with northerly light and soaring 3.4m ceilings are bright and breezy throughout. Tightly held and now on the market for the first time in 22 years, it's directly opposite the park, seconds from bus transport, minutes to Edgecliff and a quick trip into the CBD.

Large lounge & sun room overlook the parkGenerous dining awash with natural lightWell equipped o/plan granite gas kitchenCourtyard amid lush natural surroundsKing sized bedrooms both with built-insStudy nook/potential ensuite to main bedOrnate ceilings, picture rails, fireplacesStorage, gas heating, plantation shutters
Council Rates: $400.53pq
Water Rates: $171.03pq
Levies - Admin: $1,119.07pq
Levies - Sinking: $142.89pq

Suburb Guide

Darling Point

Darling Point remains one of Sydney's most aspirational real estate addresses. This refined inner city haven is prized for its gracious architecture, boutique peninsula setting and wonderfully convenient location just 3km from the CBD.

A yachties' paradise, it's home to the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYC) which annually hosts what is regarded as the toughest of the blue-water classics, the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

At the northernmost tip of Darling Point, McKell Park is as picturesque as they come, while the section of Rushcutters Bay Park found along New Beach Road provides an intimate view back to the city, with incredible views of the New Years Eve fireworks. Darling Point is dedicated to elegant residences.

Gracious turn of the century mansion, terraces and apartment buildings share its tree-lined avenues, punctuated by inspired contemporary penthouses and some post-war apartment buildings. They all jostle for brilliant views of calm boat-filled bays, the city skyline, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, which seem so close as to be almost touchable.

Some truly landmark properties can be found here, most notable 'The Swifts', one of Sydney's oldest estates, whose grand castle-like turrets and magnificent interiors have been restored by renowned heritage architects Clive Lucas Stapleton.

Exceptionally convenient, it's flanked on its eastern side by the cosmopolitan shopping haven of Double Bay, with the nearby Edgecliff Centre providing a range of amenities and transport.

Suburb Features


  • Ascham School
  • Cranbrook School
  • Double Bay Public School
  • Glenmore Road Public School
  • St Vincents College
  • Sydney Grammar Edgecliff Preparatory School
  • The Scots College


  • Cruising Yacht Club of Australia
  • Double Bay Park
  • McKell Park
  • Rushcutters Bay Park
  • Sir David Martin Reserve
  • Steyne Park
  • Trumper Park


  • Australian 18 Footers League
  • Bei Amici
  • Cruising Yacht Club of Australia
  • Sake
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