Linley Point, New South Wales
Sydney, New South Wales
Linley Point, view from Hunters Hill
|Location||10 km (6 mi) north-west of Sydney CBD|
|LGA(s)||Municipality of Lane Cove|
|State electorate(s)||Lane Cove|
|Federal Division(s)||North Sydney|
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Linley Point is an exclusive, affluent suburb on the north side of Sydney Harbour, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 7 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the Municipality of Lane Cove.
Linley Point is an affluent harbour-side peninsula between the northern side of the Lane Cove River and Burns Bay at the North-Western region of Sydney Harbour. Linley Point is generally regarded as the most exclusive residential suburb in the North-West area of Sydney Harbour. The average house price is $6.9m with the highest sale price fetching $18.2m in December 2014 for a waterfront residence recently sold by Raine and Horne Double Bay. Access to Linley Point is via View Street and Burns Bay Rd.
Linley Point is a small suburb, with approximately 100 houses. It has recently undergone significant redevelopment, particularly of older houses.
Linley Point has a relatively large park on The Crescent. It is used for annual get-together events for the community. In early 2000s, the park has had an upgrade which includes a slide. The park has had an upgrade in early 2012, with a lot of bark placed on dangerous rock areas. As there are many younger children living in the suburb, it is regularly used.
The only access by road is from View Street, off Burns Bay Road.
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