BELLEVUE HILL At A Glance
The grandeur and beauty of sprawling estate homes is what defines this prestigious neighbourhood. Bellevue Hill is where Sydney’s high rollers retreat to, to bask in the serenity of this quiet hillside suburb. But when they choose to, they can be amongst world-class beaches, shopping and dining within minutes.
Heritage-listed estate homes.
The stairs at Cooper Park are a great place for a free outdoor workout, and Bellevue Road has homewares and coffee.
Dating from the 1800s the former estate of Australian media moguls, the Fairfax family, is now known as The Fairfax House and is part of Scots College
Quietly perched on the hillside, Bellevue Hill’s network of wide leafy streets and luxury sports cars set the scene for what lies behind unassuming gated properties – grand estate homes some of which have the largest land holdings in the Eastern Suburbs.
Prestigious Scots College and Cranbrook School are two of Sydney’s exclusive boys’ schools. Steeped in history, they have a presence, consuming large swathes of land with beautiful heritage-listed buildings.
It’s an area that oozes old money. Locals can step away from the public eye, but when they want to, they can be amongst all the action within minutes – Bondi Beach, Rose Bay, Double Bay and Bondi Junction’s shopping precinct are all at their doorstep.
Locals like to mix things up beyond their homes by stretching out on the harbour where Point Piper meets Rose Bay and in the lush natural playground of Cooper Park.
From the big screen to big business, some of Australia’s top executives, entertainers and athletes call Bellevue Hill home. An area that is renowned for its old money, Bellevue Hill is brimming with established families who hold on tightly to their homes in this exclusive Eastern Suburbs neighbourhood.