Greycliffe House is a two-story, historic dwelling surrounded by the recreational area Nielsen Park. It is located in the inner-city suburb of Vaucluse and is easily accessible by public transport if you'd like to add this building to a day trip around Sydney city. The green beautiful parklands are an impressive feature of this area, which has been included as part of the Sydney Harbour National Park.
This historic and scenic attraction is popular for weddings, and features nearby holiday homes that can be used in conjunction with Greycliffe House for convenient guest-stays. The parklands and old Gothic architecture provide a romantic setting, but if you are planning on your own wedding, make sure you book this highly-desired venue well in advance. Very few locations offer so many rewards and the diverse combinations of history, architecture, parklands and the ocean.
The building itself includes a majestic staircase inside, and externally the building boasts elaborately decorated and ornate features. In the city of Sydney, Greycliffe House easily stands out among the modern developments, and the carefully maintained gardens are exquisite, featuring a range of local and foreign species. The most unique factor of this profound residence, is the unmasked water views, that showcase the beauty and vibrant hub of yachts and ferries, that is Sydney Harbour.