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Glebe is a large inner-western suburb located three kilometres southwest of Sydney's Central Business District. The suburb's northern border is waterfront, facing towards the Anzac Bridge (also known as the Glebe Island Bridge). The suburb comprises the bustling Glebe Point Road shopping strip, quaint residential streets and the water adjacent Wentworth and Jubilee Parks.
Glebe derives its name from the fact that it sits upon land that was originally a glebe owned by the Anglican Church. In the 19th century, migrant architect Edmund Blacket built his family home Bidura on Glebe Point Road. Designed in a conventional Victorian Regency style, the heritage-listed home still stands today. Blacket also designed St John's Church, on the corner of Glebe Point Road and St Johns Road. Australia's first women's shelter, the Elsie Refuge, was established in Glebe in the 1970s.
Glebe is a beacon of the past, with an impressive line-up of heritage-listed sites including historic homes, railway tunnels, temples, churches and even viaducts. Unlike many other Sydney suburbs, Glebe's 19th century housing stock is still largely intact, most of it having undergone sympathetic restorations as a result of gentrification. A stroll through the suburb's many streets will attest to this.
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