Park Life And Urban Convenience

3 May 2019

One of Sydney’s most upmarket suburbs, Woollahra’s leafy streets, genteel atmosphere and cosmopolitan café culture make it a fantastic address for professionals and families. Home to some of the East’s grandest heritage mansions, there are plenty of more affordable options for families looking to buy into the Woollahra lifestyle. Sales agent Nick Quilkey says, “The eastern side of Edgecliff Road has undergone a resurgence in recent years with buyers drawn to the proximity to Bondi Junction’s retail precinct, the great schools in the area and of course the beach. We’ve had a number of strong sales in this leafy pocket surrounding Cooper Park over the past six to 12 months and have just listed two four-bedroom homes in the area. Both properties are suited to families looking to upscale and downsizers moving from larger homes in surrounding suburbs to be closer to the city.”

In a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking Cooper Park, 11 Raine Street, Woollahra is a freestanding tri level home with city views from the top floor and rear lane access to garaging. The spacious four-bedroom residence also features the bonus of a separate studio that’s ideal as a teen retreat or as an office for those working from home.

On the other side of the park, 3 Milton Avenue, Woollahra is just 100m to Lough Playing Fields and the popular Café Arno. The tastefully renovated mid-century home opens out to landscaped NE facing gardens and features internal access to a lock-up garage.

For further information call Nick Quilkey on 0450 446 926.