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Life is Beautiful in Bondi neighborhood

By Danielle Banton

Bondi -Aboriginal word for “water breaking over rocks” – has evolved from a quirky off beat 1980’s seaside neighborhood to one of the trendiest, most fashionable and in vogue beach villages in the world. It is an eclectic mix of high fashion, surf culture and eco conscious foodies – so unique that the residents of Bondi have what may be referred to as a “sub culture”.

The greatly anticipated Bondi Pacific “ all purpose” hotel, apartment, retail haven has tapped into this unique culture and cemented Bondi as the beach side destination in Australia and perhaps the world? If you have paid Bondi a recent visit you could not have missed the construction site located on Campbell Parade, what has emerged from the rubble is an architectural masterpiece, sitting rather unobtrusively in the Bondi landscape, no mean feat for a building of this size and magnitude…

With unsurpassed views of the most famous beach in the world, and home to the most expensive apartment in Australia, (reportedly purchased by a company associated with Andrew Roberts in excess of $21,000,000 AUD). Life is truly beautiful at Bondi Beach.  ‘The sale has bolstered momentum in the area and investors are clambering to get their hands on some of Australia’s most scenic and lucrative real estate in Bondi’s beach village” – Michael Finger, director at Ray White Double Bay. For those of you lucky enough to afford your own piece of real estate heaven, contact Ray White Double Bay.

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