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Suburb Guide

Bellevue Hill

A haven for the privileged, this exclusive hilltop suburb is home to some of Australia’s most prominent families who love the privacy of Bellevue Hill’s discreet high-walled estates and protective gardens.

Situated 5km from the CBD, many of the residences in this garden sanctuary enjoy commanding views of both Sydney Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. Architecturally, many grand examples of early 20th century architecture remain, refurbished to reflect the affluence that permeates the entire suburb.

Magnificent contemporary masterpieces by renowned contemporary architects sit along side them, and many of the homes are completely secluded from the street, enhancing the air of exclusivity. As you move towards the beach, classic Art Deco apartments become more prevalent, especially on the outskirts of the suburb along Birriga Road.

Two of Australia’s most elite private boys’ schools are found within its borders, Scot’s College and Cranbrook, while a host of others lie in neighbouring suburbs. Bellevue Road provides the suburb’s one village shopping area, with a few gourmet food stores and local amenities. The retail giant of Bondi Junction is just next to Bellevue Hill, as is the cosmopolitan high-fashion mecca of Double Bay.

Suburb Features

Education
  • Bellevue Hill Public School
  • Cranbrook School
  • Reddam House Primary School
  • Scots College
Recreation
  • Bellevue Park
  • Bondi Beach
  • Bradley Avenue Reserve
  • Cooper Park
  • Cooper Park Tennis
  • Lough Playing Fields
Restaurants
  • Restaurants
  • Creme Brulee Patisserie
  • Sugarloaf Espresso
  • Tucker Bellevue Hill

Properties In The Area

Neighbouring Suburbs

Potts Point

Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, Potts Point is often referred to as ‘Parisienne’ in its ambience, with its main tree-lined boulevard, Macleay Street, blessed with a traditional grandeur mixed with a chic urban buzz.