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Elizabeth Bay is a small harbourside suburb located three kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. With a miniscule area of just 0.3km2, this boutique-sized suburb is completely surrounded by Potts Point, Rushcutters Bay and Sydney Harbour. While its foreshore adjacent land is mostly comprised of coveted apartment buildings, Elizabeth Bay also includes the majority of thriving Macleay Street's eastern side. With most of Potts Point's harbour foreshore allocated to HMAS Kuttabul, Elizabeth Bay's centrally located waterfront property is highly valued.
Elizabeth Bay was named after Governor Lachlan Macquarie's wife Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Bay House, built for Alexander Macleay, was completed in 1837 and was designed in the Regency style by architect John Verge. A superb example of Australian colonial architecture, best known for its magnificent elliptical saloon, the house was originally surrounded by a 22-hectare garden. The suburb's waterfront land has always been highly prized; being both tranquil and harbourside while also within competitively convenient reach of Sydney's CBD.
The elegant heritage-listed Elizabeth Bay House still stands today and is open to the public as a museum on Onslow Avenue. What's left of its vast gardens survives in the harbour-facing grotto in front of the house's facade. While most of Elizabeth Bay's foreshore is allocated to private residences, Beare Park is open to the public and harbour-adjacent with a northerly aspect facing Garden Island. Further inland, Macleay Street is a bustling hub of chic cafes, fine dining and luxury homewares stores.
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