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Kirribilli, NSW 2061 Review



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Introduction                   Kirribilli is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of NSW, Australia. It is located 3 km north of the Sydney CBD. Nestled between the Harbour Bridge and Neutral Bay, this tiny suburb is home to Admiralty House, the Governor-Generals historic residence and the official residence of our Prime Minister, Kirribilli House. 3kms from the CBD it has excellent transport links with a train station at Milsons Point, buses and 2 ferry wharves. Kirribilli is known for its glittering harbour views, harbourside parks and cafe village. Kirribilli has everything for the modern and busy lifestyle. Benefits Kirribilli is a beautiful suburb offering almost everything: • Safe suburb • Excellent transport links • Ferry wharves provide quick commuting facilities • Harbourside living • Streets are highly leafy • Very close to CBD • Close to North Sydney • Best schools • Good shopping options • Variety of restaurants • Perfect place for tourists, professionals and families Challenges • Traffic is an issue • No major shopping malls • No night life Location                     Kirribilli is bordered on the north by North Sydney, on the east by Neutral Bay, on the south by Sydney Harbour, and on the west by Lavender Bay. Connectivity Kirribilli serves excellent transport connectivity. It is serviced by rail, bus and ferry services. • Milsons Point railway station is the closest train stop to the suburb. The station provides an excellent springboard into the city. The station is located on the North Shore line, serving the Sydney suburb of Milsons Point in New South Wales, Australia. • State Transit operate regular services from Kirribilli to many parts of northern Sydney. • Ferry service makes for a quick and scenic commute to the Sydney CBD. Four operating ferry wharves near Kirribilli include:  Kirribilli ferry wharf, located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour  Beulah Street Wharf, located on Beulah Street Jeffreys Street Wharf, located on Jeffreys Street in Kirribill street  Milsons Point ferry wharf, located on the northern side of Sydney Harbour Shopping destinations • A small shopping strip opposite Milsons Point railway station is available for daily need items. • Many general stores are there on the corners of different streets in the suburb. • The 'Kirribilli Markets' are held on the fourth Saturday of each month offering artisan fashions, jewelry, foods & gifts. Schools & Daycares Kirribilli is home to few good schools: • St Aloysius' College • Loreto Kirribilli • Conservatorium High School Good daycares around the area include: • Senses ELC, Milsons Point • Greenwood Childcare Centre • SDN North Sydney Children's Education and Care Centre Internet Connectivity The NBN is now available in KIRRIBILLI with a high internet speed. Crime & safety Crime rate in North Sydney is 71.9/1100 whereas Average crime rate of NSW suburb is 805. Dwelling Type The suburb offers a mix of glamorous waterfront properties, imposing terraces, pretty cottages and both period and contemporary apartments. Price Median Sale Price- $2.4m Rent Median Rent Price- $1200pw Commute: CBD: 5 km / 10-20 minutes by car / 10 minutes by transit / 15 minutes by bike Chatswood: 8.8 km / 15-30 minutes by car / 20 minutes by transit Parramatta: 26.7 km / 35-60 minutes by car / 50-90 minutes by transit Summary Located in Sydney's Lower North Shore region, Kirribilli has a million dollar view in a city full of great views. Its a 5 minute train ride across the bridge to the heart of the CBD and a short walk to the North Sydney commercial precinct. At Jefferys Street Wharf you have the added thrill of having the Harbour Bridge looming over your left shoulder, while at Kirribilli Warf you get to sail past the Prime Minister’s house. Overall, the area is perfect for families, retirees, professionals and tourists.
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