This townhouse is recently purchased and equipped - the furniture, bedding and linen are all new.
There are 2 bedrooms - the main bedroom has a queen bed, large built-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The second bedroom has twin beds, a built-in wardrobe and an adjacent family bathroom with bath. The open plan downstairs provides flexible living space. The fully-equipped kitchen has a fridge/freezer, cooktop and oven, microwave and dishwasher. There is a laundry with washing machine and tumble dryer.
The house has both a shady verandah at the front and a sheltered garden at the back. There is off-street parking. Although the address is Darling Street, the house itself is just down Colgate Avenue, a quiet street where you often wake to the sound of kookaburras.
The house is 50 metres from the bus stop on Darling Street, with a frequent bus service which takes 15 minutes to the CBD. It is even quicker from the neighbouring ferry wharf which is only a five minute walk away.
Please note: Due to strata policy, this property is strictly non-smoking, inside and out. Your bond will be forfeited if you smoke on the property.
Sorry, no pets.
Balmain is one of Sydney City oldest working-class suburbs, a 10-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay. Today, it's a colourful and artistic suburb, home to some of Australia's best-known writers, actors, film directors, musicians and artists.
Food and wine is a highlight with some of Sydney's most stylish cafes, bistros, pubs, restaurants and produce stores. Food connoisseurs will want to taste one of Adriano Zumbo's renowned desserts at his patisserie or feast on a Middle Eastern brunch at Kazbah, both on Darling Street. On weekends Balmain Markets and Rozelle Markets offer an eclectic mix of fashion, food, bric-a-brac.
Balmain's nightlife is a magnet for a cosmopolitan crowd who enjoy partying with DJs, jazz and bands at local pubs. Hit the 3 Weeds, one of the inner west's original pubs, established in 1881.