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I want to live in Double Bay! Bringing people back to the Bay…

By Danielle Banton

Much a do has been made of the resurgence of Double Bay as the hub of all things that personify the Eastern Suburbs, and all this fuss is more than justified- Thanks in part to the new Kiaora development, here are some of Ray White Double Bay’s reasons Double Bay is once again the place to be:

The new flagship Woolworths and Dan Murphy’s – You can buy your baked beans and your Wagyu beef — all in the same shop,”

“With more than 300 specialty cheeses that they haven’t ranged anywhere else before. Cheeses from around the world and very highly trained staff who will be able to assist the customer. “There is even a recognized kosher section”!

The refurbished Library will truly be something to behold, an innovative state of the art facility, with a flexible floor plan designed on three levels, which will be divided into zones for various activities and programs. The concept will be a garden within a library and is certain to become a haven from the hustle and bustle for all Sydneysiders.

An incredible new offering for stressed out parents is the Good Start Early Learning Centre, a modern inviting place where children are encouraged to be active participants in their own learning and development.

Last year Bake Bar opened its third highly anticipated artisan bakery in the Kiaora Place redevelopment, Bake Bar now joins 20 new specialty retail shops spread throughout the development, standing as the space’s only bakery. We love Bake Bar for its use of sustainable, organic, and seasonal produce to create every item prepared in the kitchen.

Little Jean, From the team behind the bistro at The Sheaf – chef Christopher Stockdale and front of house manager Jeanette Woerner – have crossed the road to open this light-filled café serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week. The offerings are fresh, seasonal and modern, with a focus on house-baked pastries and breads, local market produce and eggs sourced from Archerfield Farm in Richmond. It a must for all food lovers.

Not only is the new precinct a foodies dream, but it’s also filled with trendy home boutiques like Zjoosh to stock up on essentials like designer home candles and glassware.

If you are in the market a piece of this booming suburb check out this Double Bay Beauty 

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