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.

Despite the high office of its most famous residents, the suburb has a distinct village feel to it with local delis, boutique stores and a thriving caf and restaurant scene. There are markets twice a month with eclectic arts, vintage clothes and fashion to browse and barter.

Its also home to the Ensemble Theatre and the Flying Yacht Squadron, both set on the water at the end of MacDougall Street, famous for its magnificent Jacaranda trees and carpet of purple flowers in the spring.

The area offers a mix of glamorous waterfront properties, imposing terraces, pretty cottages and both period and contemporary apartments. 3kms from the CBD it has excellent transport links with a train station at Milsons Point, buses and 2 ferry wharves.

Set against the stunning backdrop of the Opera House and the northern pylons of the Harbour Bridge and with pretty tree-lined streets, makes Kirribilli a tightly held and highly desirable place to live.

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