Bellevue Hill

Real Estate & Design in Bellevue Hill – Elegant apartments with priceless views, and grand estates dating from the Edwardian through to Art Deco periods are interspersed with contemporary designs by Australia’s best architects. There is large executive family accommodation in Bellevue Hill

Things to do in Bellevue Hill
Shop in Bondi Junction Westfield. Eat along Oxford St or Woollahra. Go for a run in Centennial Park or head for the beach on a hot day

History of Bellevue Hill
Even since its early days as Vinegar Hill, this now established Sydney suburb was sought after due to its coveted view of the harbour. The suburb has long been home to Australia’s biggest society names, such as the Murdoch and Fairfax families

Landmark in Bellevue Hill
Fabulous buildings such as Scots College, on the north-east face of the hill and former residences such as Aspinal House, the old Fairfax homes McIntyre, Fairfax, Caeleron (Australia’s finest example of Queen Anne architecture) and Barford grace the slopes of Bellevue Hill

Shopping in Bellevue Hill
Presumably residents get their groceries delivered as shopping is limited to daily staples and a few chic boutiques. A wider variety is on offer at nearby Double Bay

Restaurants & Cafes in Bellevue Hill
Limited choice of cafes and a few restaurants with formidable waiting lists

Sports & Fitness in Bellevue Hill
The 38 hectares of Cooper Park offer plenty of room for cricket practice, football, safe play areas for the kids and BBQs as well as several tennis courts with unbeatable harbour views

Transport in Bellevue Hill
A five minute drive via the expressway, or the more scenic harbour route will get you into the CBD

Distance to the City from Bellevue Hill
4 Km and Minutes by Taxi