Northern Beaches Real Estate

northern beaches real estate

With a coastline stretching from Manly to Palm Beach, the Northern Beaches Real Estate market offers a range of recreational activities, water sports, fine dining, alfresco cafes, world class beaches and a lifestyle second to none. There is no doubt that owning a piece of Real estate in Northern Beaches is a prized asset. The Northern beaches is simply one of the most beautiful places on earth. Residents are spoilt with breathtaking beaches and Sydney Harbour plus national parklands , all set within easy reach to the CBD of Sydney. For those considering the Northern Beaches, there is no shortage of things to do here. Phone Tim on 8962 2255 today to discuss which suburb will best suit your needs and budget. You can also view our suburb profiles for information on various popular suburbs on the Northern Beaches on the below pages:

Some fun and interesting facts about the Northern Beaches:

  • The Spit Bridge. The original Spit Bridge opened in 1924 and was replaced with the current bridge in 1959. The bridge is the gateway to the Northern Beaches and opens 7 times a day during the week and 8 times a day on weekends and public holidays to allow for boats to sail under it.
  • In the 1880s Brookvale was previously named Greendale. The name Brookvale came from a property in the area called Brookvale House. The name Greendale was discontinued because there is a Greendale elsewhere in New South Wales so it was better to change the name to avoid confusion.
  • Australian TV show “Home and Away” is filmed on the Northern Beaches. Although some episodes have been filmed in Melbourne, the famous Summer Bay (as it is called on the show) is best known to locals as the suburb Palm Beach.
  • Ingleside on the Northern Beaches is home to the landmark Baha’I Temple (house of worship). Construction materials include local hardwoods and concrete surmounted by a dome, with seating for six hundred people. The building stands 38 metres in height, has a diameter at its widest point of 20 metres, and is a highly visible landmark from Sydney’s northern beaches.
  • Narrabeen (a suburb on the Northern Beaches) is named in the Beach Boys song “Surfin USA”. There are four beaches along the Narrabeen stretch of beach, North Narrabeen, Narrabeen, South Narrabeen and Collaroy beach. Collaroy is a separate suburb however its beach lies along the same stretch. All beaches have their own Surf Life Saving Club. There is also a lagoon at Narrabeen.
  • Many of Northern Beaches beachfronts features Norfolk Island Pine Trees. The Norfolk Island Pines in Manly are world heritage listed.
  • Manly Dam, which is a popular family picnic spot originally was a fresh water supply. Manly Dam was built in 1892 and was used as a water supply until around 1930.
  • Church Point was originally called Chapel Point due to the chapel which stood there. It later came to be called Church Point. The land projects into the southern end of Pittwater, opposite Scotland Island.
  • Northern Beaches is home to Garigal National Park. Garigal National Park is 12 km north of Sydney CBD. Waratah Park is where the Australian TV series “Skippy ” was filmed.

If you are looking for a home or a property for investment purposes, the Northern Beaches Real Estate market is an ideal location for both young couples bringing up a family and for elderly people looking to retire near the beach. It’s an area etched in nature, history and design, a primed real estate location that is not only close to the CBD but has the all the major amenities.

Search for Northern beaches property listings on the sidebar or contact:

Tim Cullen on 0424 006 855

Bernadette Cullen on 0414 618 908


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