Vaucluse NSW, 2030

Vaucluse Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Making a move to Vaucluse, NSW 2030? It's a good first step to discover whether it is an ideal consideration, given your lifestyle and circumstances. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Vaucluse median property prices, market trends & demographics to help you make an informed decision about your future purchase.

If you're considering a move to Vaucluse, continue reading for a brief historical overview to discover the amazing lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.

Overview Vaucluse is a suburb located just 8 kilometres northeast of the Sydney central business district. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Watsons Bay, Rose Bay, Port Jackson and Dover Heights. It is mainly a residential suburb and is one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in Sydney, having several high-worth properties located in the area. Vaucluse currently has 9,337 residents based on the 2016 census.

Living in Vaucluse Vaucluse is known as an affluent suburb that houses grand homes that have rich colonial heritage. One of the most famous sites is the Vaucluse House, built by Sir Henry Browne Hayes. The property was a mansion that was turned into a museum set in a beautiful garden estate.

Being located on the South Head peninsula and in between Rose and Watsons Bay, the suburb offers plenty of sheltered harbour beaches and swimming areas popular with families. At the same time, the Bottle and Glass Point are favourite spots of divers. There are also several notable restaurants in the suburb, including a waterfront restaurant at Nielsen Park.

History of Vaucluse It is said that before the European occupation, the Birrabirragal aboriginal clan used to live in the area where Vaucluse is now located. Not long after settlers arrived in the area, a makeshift signalling station was built on the ridge overlooking the ocean, which served as a signal if a ship was approaching. The structure was later replaced by a formal signal station in 1811, followed by the Macquire Lighthouse that was established south of the station in 1816.

The suburb’s name was derived from the village in Provence, France, called Fontaine de Vaucluse.

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Real Estate Vaucluse, 2030 Statistics

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Vaucluse
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Vaucluse Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months

Properties in Vaucluse NSW, 2030

Kincoppal - Rose Bay School of the Sacred HeartVaucluse Public SchoolYeladim Early Learning Centre (ELC)Vaucluse Kinder HavenVaucluse Little SchoolVaucluse Out of School CareKincoppal OSHCLUB Rose BayVaucluse CottageYeladim Early Learning Centre

Agents in Vaucluse NSW, 2030

For Sale by Owner
F
For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (NSW)

No Agent Property
N
No Agent Property

No Agent Property - NSW

Belle Property Bondi Junction
Property Agent Edward Brown
Belle Property Bondi Junction

Edward Brown

Sales representative
Devine Real Estate - Dulwich Hill & Marrickville
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Devine Real Estate - Dulwich Hill & Marrickville

David Diamantopoulos

For Sale by Owner
F
For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (RD)

Belle Property Annandale
S
Belle Property Annandale

Simone Azzi

Residential Sales Consultant
One Agency Engadine
Property Agent Daniel Makovec
One Agency Engadine

Daniel Makovec

Director
CENTURY 21 Armstrong-Smith
N
CENTURY 21 Armstrong-Smith

Nicholas Armstrong-Smith

R&W Bondi Beach
Property Agent Ian Wallace
R&W Bondi Beach

Ian Wallace

Sales representative
Professionals Outer Western Sydney - St Marys
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Professionals Outer Western Sydney - St Marys

Terry Hansen

Sales representative

Agencies in Vaucluse NSW, 2030

For Sale by Owner

For Sale by Owner

Balaclava

Suite 3,19 Suite 1 19 William Street, Balaclava VIC
No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
Tracy Yap Realty

Tracy Yap Realty

Epping

10 Oxford Street, Epping NSW
Richardson & Wrench Elizabeth Bay / Potts Point

Richardson & Wrench Elizabeth Bay / Potts Point

Potts Point

Suite 2.10, 46A Macleay Street (access via Greenknowe Avenue), Potts Point NSW
Belle Property Annandale

Belle Property Annandale

Annandale

68-70 Booth Street, Annandale NSW
Belle Property Bondi Junction

Belle Property Bondi Junction

Bondi Junction

266 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction NSW
Devine Real Estate - Dulwich Hill & Marrickville

Devine Real Estate - Dulwich Hill & Marrickville

Marrickville

4 / 198 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville NSW
Ray White Bondi Junction

Ray White Bondi Junction

Bondi Junction

Suite 401 Level 4 / 282-290 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction NSW
Belle Property Randwick

Belle Property Randwick

Randwick

Shop 1, 25 -31 Perouse Road, Randwick NSW
Devine Real Estate - Drummoyne

Devine Real Estate - Drummoyne

Drummoyne

25 Lyons Road, Drummoyne NSW

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Vaucluse, NSW postal code? The postcode for Vaucluse, NSW is **2030**
What restaurants are there in Vaucluse? Vaucluse Tearooms, Millennium Pizzeria, The Butcher's Grill, Vaucluse Ocean Foods, Ristorante Rocco, Sushi Den Dining Vaucluse.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Irish, Scottish, Sth, Chinese.
What pharmacies are there in Vaucluse? Vaucluse Pharmacy.
What's the size of Vaucluse? Vaucluse is 3.08 square kilometres and has a population of 2441.
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