12 Dec Cremorne Point & Maroubra Property Reports
Maroubra and Cremorne Point showcase distinct facets of the city’s character. Maroubra, located in the Eastern Suburbs, boasts a relaxed coastal vibe with its popular beach, attracting both surf enthusiasts and families. Whereas, Cremorne Point, on the north shore of Sydney Harbour, offers breathtaking views of landmarks like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge and a peaceful ambience with a beautiful reserve and historic architecture. Together, these suburbs contribute to the culture that defines Sydney.
Cremorne Point is a suburb on the lower North Shore of Sydney, Australia. It is located on a picturesque peninsula that juts out into Sydney Harbour, offering stunning views of the city skyline, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House.
The Cremorne Point Walk is a must-visit for anyone in the area. This scenic harbourside walking track offers stunning views of the Sydney Harbour and is a favourite among both locals and visitors. Along the way, you can enjoy the beautiful Cremorne Reserve, which features terrific picnic spots. This is a popular destination for people looking to relax, exercise, and participate in outdoor activities. And it is the perfect spot to view the New Year’s Eve fireworks.
Cremorne Point is also home to MacCallum Pool, a historic tidal swimming pool located on the edge of the harbour. The pool offers a unique swimming experience with its stunning harbourside location and views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The pool is cleaned once a week so be sure to check on the following North Sydney Council page which details the cleaning dates.
Robertson’s Point Lighthouse, located at the tip of Cremorne Point, provides a great vantage point to take in the surrounding scenery. Although no longer fully operational, it still adds to the charm of the area.
Cremorne Point is accessible by ferry, providing a scenic and convenient mode of transportation to and from Circular Quay in the Sydney central business district. The ferry ride itself offers fantastic views of the harbour.
The area also features a number of heritage-listed homes, and the entirety of Cremorne Point is within a heritage conservation zone. Overall, Cremorne Point is known for its natural beauty, recreational spaces, and the opportunity to enjoy the iconic views of Sydney Harbour. It’s a peaceful and scenic enclave within close proximity to the city and amenities at Cremorne and Mosman.
Below, we share how the Cremorne property market has performed over the last 12 months and the top unit sales in November 2023. Just under 80% of all properties in Cremorne Point are units and there were no homes that sold in this suburb in November.
Top Unit Sales November 2023
1/117 Cremorne Road Cremorne Point NSW 2090
Sale Price: Undisclosed
Sold By: Rawa Norman – Di Jones Willoughby
1/73 Milson Road Cremorne Point NSW 2090
Sale Price: Undisclosed
Sold By: Matthew Smythe– Belle Property
If you are looking to buy in Cremorne Point or on the North Shore contact Bernadette Brennan, Principal and Senior Buyers’ Agent at Premier Home Finders.
Maroubra is a delightful beachside suburb located about 10 kilometres southeast of Sydney’s Central Business District. It is a popular destination for both locals and tourists who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy a coastal environment. The main attraction in Maroubra is its beautiful beach, which surfers and beachgoers love for its consistent waves and lively atmosphere. Randwick Council has beach webcams allowing you to check the surf conditions before you go. The commercial and residential centre of Maroubra, called Maroubra Junction, offers a wide range of shops, cafes, and restaurants, catering to the daily needs of the community.
For those seeking leisure and scenic beauty, the Maroubra Coastal Walk provides breathtaking views along the cliffs, extending from Maroubra Beach to Bondi Beach. Families often gather at Arthur Byrne Reserve, a park near the beach, equipped with barbecue areas, picnic spots, and a playground. Mahon Pool, a natural rock pool at the southern end of Maroubra Beach, invites swimmers to enjoy the pristine coastal waters.
Embracing a strong surfing culture, Maroubra has been a nurturing ground for champion surfers. The suburb also boasts community facilities, including schools, community centres, and sports amenities, fostering a family-friendly environment. The Surf Lifesaving Club is one of the oldest in Australia and was built in 1906. It is in the planning stages for redevelopment with Adriano Pupilli Architects appointed to design the new Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club. Maroubra offers convenient access to transportation, primarily through buses connecting residents to the CBD and surrounding areas.
Maroubra encapsulates the perfect blend of coastal living, recreational opportunities, and community amenities, making it a sought-after destination for those who love the beach lifestyle at a more affordable entry point than some of its neighbouring suburbs. For example, the median sale price of a home in Maroubra over the last 12 months from August 2023 was $2.61m and in the sister suburb of South Coogee it was $3.40m.
Below our property report card shows how Maroubra property has performed including the top unit and home sales for November 2023.
Top Home & Unit Sale November 2023
26 Amour Avenue, Maroubra, NSW 2035
Sale Price: $6.320m
Sold By: Rodney McLoughlin – Akora Real Estate Coogee
611/1 Bruce Bennetts Place Maroubra NSW 2035
Sale Price: not disclosed
Sold By: Megan Widjaja – Richardson & Wrench Maroubra
Contact Jillian Cook who is our expert buyers’ agent for more information about buying in Maroubra and surrounding Eastern Suburbs.
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*Feature Image: Mermaid Avenue, Maroubra, NSW 2035, designed by Symth and Symth sold in 2021 by Michael Pallier Sotheby’s in conjunction with Nader Hotait- Ray White Maroubra. Source – Realestate.com.au