Showcasing the signature curved lines of Elizabeth Bay’s landmark Gazebo, this Elizabeth Bay Virtual Tour showcases stylish designer living in the heart of Sydney’s celebrated arts and entertainment hub. Set over two light-filled levels with an open urban outlook, the apartment features access to premium facilities including a resort-style fitness centre and pool, concierge and on-site wine bar. Perfect for the city executive with easy access to the CBD and harbour attractions, this stylish urban haven is a brief stroll to the buzz of Macleay Street village and the leafy tranquility of Rushcutters Bay Park.
Unit 502 / 2A Elizabeth Bay Drive Elizabeth Bay
1 Bedroom Apartment 48sqm
+ A reinvented 1960s architectural icon
+ Bordering the El Alamein fountain
+ Glamorous foyer with concierge
+ Level 5, lift access, 24 hr security
+ Double bedroom with built-in robes
+ Upper level living/entertaining space
+ Sleek stainless steel gas kitchen
+ Bright open living framed in glass
+ Marble and mosaic-tiled bathroom
+ Internal laundry, downlighting
+ Ducted air for year-round comfort
+ Video security intercom
+ Visitor parking available
+ Heated indoor 25m pool and spa/sauna
+ Fully equipped gym and washrooms
+ On-site restaurant and wine bar
+ Walk to the station and café society
+ Prime location just 2km to the CBD
+ Pet friendly building
Check out the Elizabeth Bay Virtual Tour below.
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Elizabeth Bay is an affluent harbourside suburb in eastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Elizabeth Bay is located 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney.
The suburb of Elizabeth Bay takes its name from the bay on Sydney Harbour. Macleay Point separates Elizabeth Bay from Rushcutters Bay. The suburb of Elizabeth Bay is surrounded by the suburbs of Rushcutters Bay and Potts Point. Kings Cross is a locality on the south-western border and Garden Island is a locality, to the north.