Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs
Once upon a long, long time ago, to find your average-priced dream home of $5 million meant transcendental flights to New York, London, Paris, Munich…everybody popped with property musing – and to take a bite of the Big Apple was a definite clue of your success. But stay home, forget about Trump, and be a proud supporter of First Dog on the Moon. Know how wildly successful you are by not only surviving and thriving in Sydney’s exclusive eastern suburbs, but nurture another seed of unquestioned, personal style with Eastern Suburbs bathroom renovations.
You’ll need that daily oasis; the meditation that comes with aesthetic perfection because the cost of living in the east is about the highest in Australia. The traffic is the heaviest, and the parking the hardest. When you’ve again been somehow ignored by the parking angels and chalked up fines equivalent to somebody’s weekly rent, rest your eyes on the design of your shower, the calming curve of your bath, and the clever decision to recess the cistern.
The $15,000 you spent on a custom vanity is just Monopoly money. You know what it says about you, and the feeling you have whenever you enter the sanctum of your ensuite, the expanse of your main bathroom, shower room for the pool or the classy under-stair guest toilet is like the first time you saw the harbour and city views on a spectacular firework New Year’s eve. You’re younger, the neighbourhood is just as rich, the baggage you have is well-worn leather and the only history that surrounds you is architectural.
Sydney’s eastern suburbs brings and slings the rich and famous – sometimes all that remains is the heady scent of gossip and the influence their old address brings. Packer. Murdoch. Cruise. Kidman. Jackman. Ledger. Names as well known as and aspirational as Bondi, Bronte, Watson’s Bay, Vaucluse, Dover Heights, Bellevue Hill, Rose Bay, Point Piper…
The make-up of this eastern playground of the elite includes the Bel-Air-like boutique fashion houses of Double Bay and the garish celebration of Oxford Street – always a party, even when it’s taking a few breaths between hosting Sydney’s world-famous Mardi Gras.
Like the dining on offer, Eastern suburbs bathroom renovations is a world of infinite choice; no different to this cosmopolitan neighbourhood providing for every type of taste and cuisine fusion imaginable. And in the same way the east enjoys the best access to the city and beyond thanks to the Cross City Tunnel, Eastern Distributor, railway, harbour ferries and buses, Eastern suburbs bathroom renovations transports you to another place easily, efficiently, professionally.
Sydney’s eastern suburbs is three words: position, position, position. Personal; professional; postcode. Exclusive shops, private schools, UNSW. Vaucluse, Royal Prince Edward and Double Bay Yacht Clubs. The netted harbour swimming of Milk Beach; the renowned ocean beaches of Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte and Coogee. Royal Sydney, Bonnie Doon, Randwick and Eastlakes Golf Clubs just to name a few. Shopping precincts that include Bondi Junction, Woollahra, Kensington and Kingsford. All this, and bush walks on the harbour foreshore.
Properties absolutely hold their value and command a premium over almost all other Sydney suburbs because of its proximity to everything impressive that Sydney has to offer with excellent infrastructure, prestigious schools and parklands that include the the crown: Centennial Park – a suburb in itself. And the cons? Fewer houses, a saturation of units, everything extremely pricey. And hand-in-hand with the terrible parking is Sydney City council that heavily exploits this for obscene revenue to the tune of $33m in 2017. That’s almost 250,000 fines. Over 365 days. You do the maths. But only if you have an Eastern suburbs bathroom renovation in which to contemplate that, and let it wash away…
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Our Latest Testimonial
“Our bathroom renovation exceeded our wildest expectations. Izzy and his team were punctual, polite, respectful, and very professional. And cleaned up after themselves – they even gave us a wonderful gift of bath towels which was unexpected.” – Rachel Golding, Vaucluse.