To stay at the top-tier properties for lease right now on Domain, bonds can be as much as $100,000.
On Victoria Road in Bellevue Hill, the asking price of $25,000 per week secures a five-bedroom Victorian mansion with a marble foyer and vast outdoor areas with views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Point Piper and Mosman.
The property has a bond of $100,000, overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge, in an upmarket suburb where the highest house price of 2023 ($76 million) was clocked.
The glamour property has a large wine cellar and kitchen with a butler’s pantry, bar fridge, two everyday fridges and a double oven. A sun-lit conservatorium is the place for a morning cuppa.
An office is in the floorplan for the ultimate work-from-home set up and for post-5pm fun, the tenant will find a billiard room with ambient fireplace.
Nearby are Double Bay’s shopping and restaurants and the Rose Bay marina.
The street number has not been disclosed on the listing, which is on the books of Sydney Slice Executive Rentals.
In Tamarama is a next-level rental where all the occupant needs to bring is a toothbrush and a pair of bathers.
“With expansive views over Tamarama Beach, this is an unique opportunity to live in one of Tamarama’s best homes,” the listing, handled by Hotelesque, explains.
On Pacific Drive in the beachside ‘burn, the five-bedroom house has a pool, gym, cinema room and four storeys, accessed via a lift, across the road from Tamarama Beach and 2km to famous Bondi Beach.
The price is $15,000 per week, fully furnished pad with utilities included.
For $12,500 per week is a penthouse in Bellevue Hill with with aqua vistas that take in Bondi and Rose Bay landscapes, and a pool house with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace.
The apartment (the address is not disclosed) is enormous – multiple terraces, seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 1000 square metres of interior and exterior living and a lift, atop the curvaceous Vista Del Mare building.
The main bedroom has a “boutique” style dressing room and its own massage room.
A rooftop garden crowns the residence, which is being leased by agency TRG.
For a postcard view that international guests would swoon over is a whole-floor apartment so close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the renter will feel as though they can reach out and touch the cold metal.
Listed at $11,000 per week, 19 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay, looked after by Sydney Cove Property, has four bedrooms and custom finishes, in the plush Pier 6/7 building.
Included in the 500 square metres is a separate one-bedroom apartment, and the entire offering is partially furnished, the listing advises.
To freshen up and shape up after dinner at Bennelong at the Opera House is a private gym with plunge pool, sauna and steam shower.
The building has a 24-hour concierge.
And available in January 2024 is 504A Bronte Road, Bronte, with undisturbed beach vistas, over three levels.
The house comes fully furnished, at $8950 per week, through Sydney Sothebys International Realty.
“Offering unobstructed views of the surf, with gunbarrel views of Sydney’s iconic Bronte Beach, this three-level masterpiece encapsulates the nuances of an idyllic Australian beachside lifestyle and is a true testament to modern architectural design and coastal chic,” the listing says.
Relaxing shades of dove grey and milky white, and natural tones, speak to the location.
“Designed by the renowned Sydney interior design studio, Tom Mark Henry, Bronte Beach House represents a fusion of modern functionality and the timeless allure of coastal living; a testament to the inspiration drawn from the beach beyond,” the listing explains.