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List of heritage houses in Sydney

The following houses in Sydney, Australia are listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register[1] and/or the now defunct Register of the National Estate.[2]

House Era Vicinity Notes
Elizabeth Farm 1790s Parramatta
Experiment Farm Cottage 1790s Harris Park
Old Government House 1790s Parramatta
Vaucluse House 1800s Vaucluse
Cadmans Cottage 1810s The Rocks
Juniper Hall 1820s Paddington
Toxteth Park 1820s Glebe
Glover cottages 1820s Millers Point
Camden Park 1830s Camden
Elizabeth Bay House 1830s Elizabeth Bay
Government House 1830s Sydney
Lindesay 1830s Darling Point
Newington House 1830s Silverwater
Rose Bay Cottage 1830s Rose Bay
Admiralty House 1840s Kirribilli
Darling House 1840s Millers Point
Carthona 1840s Darling Point
The Hermitage 1840s Ryde
Richmond Villa 1840s Millers Point
Willandra 1840s Ryde
Bronte House 1840s Bronte [3]
Emu Hall 1850s Emu Plains
Bishopscourt 1850s Darling Point
Fairfax House 1850s Bellevue Hill
Greycliffe House 1850s Vaucluse
Kirribilli House 1850s Kirribilli
Stead House 1850s Marrickville
Strickland House 1850s Vaucluse
Gladswood House 1860s Double Bay
Reussdale 1860s Glebe
Tresco 1860s Elizabeth Bay
Fernleigh Castle 1870s Rose Bay
The Hermitage 1870s Vaucluse
Ventnor 1870s Randwick
The Abbey 1880s Annandale
Cloncorrick 1880s Darling Point
Caerleon 1880s Bellevue Hill
Highroyd 1880s Annandale
Rona 1880s Bellevue Hill
Woollahra House 1880s Point Piper
Bellevue 1890s Glebe
Berith Park 1900s Wahroonga
The Crossways 1900s Centennial Park
Eryldene 1910s Gordon
Highbury 1910s Centennial Park
Boomerang 1920s Elizabeth Bay
Rovello 1930s Bellevue Hill
Rose Seidler House 1940s Wahroonga
Harry and Penelope Seidler House 1960s Killara
Woolley House 1960s Mosman

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  1. ^ HRNSW = Listed on the Heritage Register of New South Wales. See Main page, Heritage Listings and Search for NSW Heritage
  2. ^ RNE = Listed on the (now defunct) Register of the National Estate. See Register of the National Estate and The Register of the National Estate: Who, What, Where?
  3. ^ "Bronte House". New South Wales State Heritage Register. Office of Environment and Heritage. Retrieved 22 November 2017.

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