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Cremorne Suburb Profile

By Pillinger

Cremorne’s demographic ranges from twenty-somethings to retirees with the majority of homeowners aged between 35 and 55, often professionals in white-collar industries. Blessed with parklands, fringed by water and boasting wide footpaths, this sliverof Sydney offers up the space and freedom of suburbia but is still only six kilometres from the city. Through its heart runs the busy Military Road, while the suburb itself sits snugly next to Neutral Bay and Mosman. There’s also Cremorne Point to the south, a more exclusive enclave, which claims prime positioning in the Harbour. Renters are on the rise in Cremorne, so its no surprise to find plenty of apartment blocks in the area ranging from Art Deco to more modern multi-dwelling builds. Freestanding Federation and Californian Bungalows dot the streets, the most beautiful example being the heritage listed ‘Belvedere’ designed by Alexander Stewart Jolly in 1919.

The top 5 Suburb sales are as follows:

8 Wonga Road, Cremorne
Sale Price $19,000,000


26 Wonga Road, Cremorne
Sale Price $18,000,000


4 Shellbank Parade
Sale Price $16,500,000


27 Harriette Street, Cremorne
Sale Price $16,500,000

1/23b Bay View Street, Cremorne
Sale Price $16,280,000