Do you want a bigger apartment? Or perhaps a better view?

You don’t need to look far to find the perfect step up in the Sydney property market when you live in the 2011 postcode.

Once you become a 2011 resident, it’s almost impossible to leave.

But don’t worry, because we understand. So let’s uncover top 10 reasons why you should stay in Potts Point, Elizabeth Bay, Rushcutters Bay or Woolloomooloo – collectively known as the beloved, vibrant Soho of Sydney.

1. You can be confident in preserving your property value

According to data from, house prices in Potts Point have grown by 124.42% in the past 3 years and unit prices having grown by 22.46%, so it’s safe to say that by buying within this postcode, you’re securing a worthwhile long-term property investment.0

2. You can avoid the long, risky removalist time & costs

Depending on the size of your place, hiring professional removalists can cost thousands of dollars when it comes to transporting your valuables. And that’s not even considering the stress of potential breakages.

You can lower the risk and cost significantly by shortening your moving distance, especially if you can take care of some of the transportation yourself. And it’s a refreshingly short move between Potts Point, Woolloomooloo, Elizabeth Bay or Rushcutters Bay.

3. You don’t have to move away to move on up

With 63% of Potts Point being made up of rentals, that means there’s a wide array of properties that can give you the slight change of scenery or upgrade in amenities you’re looking for.

New developments such as Ikon offer the best of both worlds – modern, luxurious amenities with stunning views that stretch to Sydney Harbour.

4. You can keep enjoying your local favourites

Whether you’d like to continue sipping some of the best coffee in Sydney at your favourite cafe or stay close to your handpicked selection of bars and restaurants, staying in 2011 has certain perks for foodies.

5. You can see the suburb from a new perspective

Perhaps you would like to swap the street view for the sea? Or be situated closer to Embarkation Park for the Sydney fireworks? A shift of suburb within your own postcode can give you a fresh perspective without requiring you to get to know an entirely new area. Potts Point, Woolloomooloo, Elizabeth Bay and Rushcutters Bay share the 2011 postcode and are walkable to all the attractions you know and love, while offering their own individual appeal.

6. You can get to know new neighbours

With 80% of dwellings in the Potts Point are being units, it will only be a matter of time before you make new friends in the hallways of your new complex. You can take this as a chance to expand your social circle (and share some of your existing insider knowledge).

7. You can shine a spotlight on new local gems

With any new address comes the renewed desire to explore, so if you’re looking for some fresh inspiration, try checking out a few local area guides to uncover the latest openings and new activities on offer.

8. You can continue a similar commute to work

As the majority of residents in 2011 are managers and professionals, it’s safe to assume keeping the convenient city commute is a huge benefit.

Also, considering almost half of Potts Point locals don’t own a car, by staying in the area you can ensure you have access to the same close by transport links.

9. You won’t miss your favourite annual events

You’ll continue to never be more than minutes away from all the annual events that you know and love as a Potts Point resident, from Vivid to the Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks and the Mardi Gras parade.

10. You can take comfort in relying on the same real estate professionals

As your local experts in 2011 real estate, you can continue to rely on our specialist team when undertaking your property search.

Does a 2011 postcode sound like it checks all the boxes on your property list all over again? Get in touch with our team today to uncover your piece of 2011.

Article by Jason Boon

In a real estate market that is the focus of Australian, and indeed worldwide attention, Jason Boon's results in the Sydney scene make him a highly significant figure within the industry. A long-term specialist in the Potts Point and inner eastern suburbs area, he is uniquely placed to leverage his skills and local knowledge as the area undergoes significant change and diversification. Jason ha…