Bronte Real Estate Snapshot

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  • Suburb: Bronte
  • Postcode: 2024

Bronte has an approximate population of over 6000 residents; it is a beautiful beachside suburb of Sydney. Bronte is located 8 kilometers east of the Sydney central business district, in the Waverley Council local government area of the Eastern Suburbs.

Bronte consists of a wide variety of property from studio apartments to large free standing houses and in some cases both styles of property may offer a view of the beach. At Bronte beach you can enjoy the large grassed beachside park, the Bronte pool at the southern end of the beach and a wide variety of cafes and restaurants.

History: Robert Lowe bought 42 acres (170,000 m2) of land from Mortimer Lewis (1796–1879), the Colonial Architect who owned most of the frontage in the area in the 1830s. His home was completed in 1845 and was named Bronte House. The house, a single-storey stone bungalow located in Bronte Road, is owned by Waverley Council and leased to private tenants who hold open days a few times a year. It is now listed on the Register of the National Estate.

Bronte has an important surfing culture producing world famous professional surfers. Bronte is also famous for Bronte surf lifesaving club. An annual long distance ocean swimming event is held in December each year between Bondi Beach and Bronte.