Darlinghurst

Why live in DARLINGHURST? One of Sydney’s first and most densely populated suburbs, Darlinghurst has always been in the headlines. The land was first granted to John Palmer, who arrived in Australia on the First Fleet, and the suburb was initially named Henrietta Town after Governor Macquarie’s wife. In 1831 his successor, Governor Darling, changed it to Darlinghurst, after his own...

Centennial Park

Why live in Centennial Park? Centennial Park is a unique suburb, it has a diameter of 220HA, but within that 220HA, 189HA is occupied by the famed Centennial Parklands. Centennial Parklands boasts some of the most beautiful landscapes in Sydney, A grand park in the Victorian period tradition featuring formal gardens, ponds, grand avenues, statues, historic buildings and sporting fields. Living in...

Randwick

Why live in Randwick? Randwick was named after the village of Randwick in Gloucestershire, England, birthplace of Simeon Henry Pearce, who became Mayor of Randwick no less than six times. Since then Randwick has transformed into a hugely multi cultural and infrastructural friendly suburb. With its great infrastructure, and being geographically well positioned, minutes away from both the beach and the...

Coogee

Why live in Coogee? Coogee is arguably the ultimate location in Sydney – perfectly located alongside a spectacular beach yet a convenient distance to the Airport, Centennial Park and the well-equipped Westfield Bondi and Eastgardens Shopping centre. With the ultimate blend of beachside lifestyle and location on offer as well as being generously sprinkled with the kind of unassuming food...

Surry Hills

Why live in Surry Hills? With its vast array of multiculturalism and its ever changing socio-economic diversity with its known trendiness and friendliness, no wonder people flock here. It’s array of traditional English inspired houses and terraces really shows you the impact of colonialism has had on Surry Hills. Whether you’re walking the strip of Crown Street or having lunch or dinner in...

Woollahra

Why live in Woollahra? Woollahra is an Aboriginal word meaning camp or meeting ground or a sitting down place. It was adopted by Daniel Cooper (1821–1902), the first speaker of the legislative assembly of New South Wales. Woollahra was founded in 1860 and was chairman by the Hon. George Thornton. Since then Woollahra has been enriched by the influx of different cultures to greet its suburbs,...

Janet Gerzina

I would like to express my thanks and confidence I had with Dominic and his team of staff preparing and diligently working to show and sell my house. I’ve had this house in the family for over 50 years and I was very nervous and needed an agency that understood the emotion and need to really part with it. I had interviewed other agents and felt very comfortable with Dominic and his team. They are...

Darlinghurst

The Bright and Bold – Happy and Hippie Neighborhood of Sydney Darlinghurst is located in the east of the CBD of Sydney. It is an inner-city suburb with undulating Surry Hills and plane trees merging into the terraces of the bold and bright Darlinghurst city. It has a dense population of people living mostly in the terraced houses or apartments. The brothels and the bordellos in the early Darlinghurst...

Paddington

The City of Lovely Homes, Green Streets, and a Great Lifestyle Overview Around 1950’s, the congested terrace houses in the Paddington city were considered as the slum by some of the people but the scenario has completely changed in the recent times. It has become a comfortable, prosperous, stunning, and a popular residential and fashion hub near the Sydney harbour and the city center. The...

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