Elizabeth Bay

This pretty, tiny little harbourside suburb is a particularly high-density inner city enclave gazing across a picturesque bay. Made up primarily of apartments of a variety of eras, it's home to one of Sydney's most expensive properties, 'Boomerang', one of the few freestanding residences gracing the suburb.

Elizabeth Bay was named in honour of Governor Lachlan Macquarie's wife, Elizabeth. The area was originally known by the Aboriginal name 'Yarrandabby' and what is now Macleay Point was 'Jerrewon'.[1]

Alexander Macleay (1767-1848), the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, was granted 54 acres (220,000 m2) here in 1828. He commissioned architect John Verge (1788-1861) to build Elizabeth Bay House, a Regency style home that was completed in 1837.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Bay,_New_South_Wales
  • Suburb:Elizabeth Bay
Address Suburb Bed Bath Car Price
522/50-58 Macleay Street ELIZABETH BAY 1 1 0 Deposit taken by Julian Tebay 0412 326 327 View Property
Address Suburb Sold Date Bed Bath Car Sale Price
1/65A Elizabeth Bay Road ELIZABETH BAY 29-04-2010 2 1 1 Undisclosed View Property
Address Suburb Leased Date Bed Bath Car Lease Price
13/51 Roslyn Gardens ELIZABETH BAY 1 1 0 Undisclosed View Property
11/6a Greenknowe Avenue ELIZABETH BAY 2 1 0 Undisclosed View Property
62/1a Elizabeth Bay Road ELIZABETH BAY 1 1 0 Undisclosed View Property
4/49 Elizabeth Bay Road ELIZABETH BAY 2 1 0 Undisclosed View Property
13/51 Roslyn Gardens ELIZABETH BAY 1 1 0 Undisclosed View Property
62/1a Elizabeth Bay Road ELIZABETH BAY 1 1 0 Undisclosed View Property