Bellevue Hill Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

Bellevue Hill NSW, 2023

Bellevue Hill Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Does Bellevue Hill, NSW 2023 real estate interest you? It's a good first step to decide if the suburb is suitable for your lifestyle and or financial circumstances. The suburb profile provides information on Bellevue Hill property prices, demographics & market trends to help you justify the price for your next property move.

If you are new to Bellevue Hill, keep reading for a brief history lesson to find out more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview Bellevue Hill is a harbourside suburb located just five kilometres east of the Sydney central business district. It is neighboured by the suburbs of Double Bay, Point Piper, Rose Bay, Edgecliff, North Bondi, Woollahra, Bondi Junction, and Bondi and has a population of 10,716 as of the 2016 census.

Living in Bellevue Hill There are plenty of heritage-listed sites in Bellevue Hill, which include historic houses along Ginahgulla Road, including Ginahgulla or also known as Fairfax House built by John Fairfax in 1858. Being an affluent suburb, Bellevue Hill is home to two prestigious schools, The Scots College and Cranbrook School. Destinations such as Bondi Beach, Rose Bay, and Double Bay are just within a few minutes away.

History of Bellevue Hill The suburb was part of what were once the traditional lands of the Cadigal people with fishing and collecting shellfish being their means of livelihood. In 1788, the Europeans arrived in the area, where the Irish-Australian immigrants referred to the place as “Vinegar Hill” after the 1789 uprising Battle of Vinegar Hill. Governor Lachlan Macquire thought the name was inappropriate and officially named the area Belle Vue, which means “beautiful view”. The area became part of Daniel Cooper’s estate and passed on to his nephew, Sir Daniel Cooper.

In the mid-19th century, the land along the suburb’s ridges saw the construction of the first residential houses. The tram line to the suburb, established in 1909, opened the area to more suburban development. Today, Bellevue Hill is one of Sydney’s wealthiest suburbs and is home to some of Australia’s most affluent.

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