What a delight! This lovely loft apartment in a recently developed complex will appeal to anyone who requires modern living but loves the old world charm you find in the Balmain Village atmosphere.
A one bedroom loft apartment furnished to give maximum living space with all modern amenities.
The living room has a comfortable leather lounge, a dining table and chairs to seat 4 persons. A plasma TV and DVD and stereo radio for your media pleasure. Foxtel is installed.
The artwork in this apartment is inspiringly beautiful, many are original paintings that are design orientated enhance the style of the apartment.
It's a galley kitchen; but is compact and has all you require to prepare a meal or just a quick snack. All the furnishings are modern and much of the equipment is new. A full compliment of tableware and cooking utensils.
The upstairs has a double bed and a super modern bathroom. There is a laundry cupboard with both a washer and a drier. This apartment would be OK for a couple with a baby but it is not suitable for a toddler or a small child.
The views from the balcony are extensive and green with shafts of some city views and also water glimpses. From the living room window You can just see the harbour bridge
There is a secure car park for 1 car allocated to the apartment.
The apartment is a short walk to the ferry terminal and the regular bus service will take you to Sydney city in about 20 minutes or just down the road to the park areas and the local weekend markets. Darling St boasts some of the finest fashion shops and restaurants in the Sydney area
Balmain has some other features and attractions for you and your family to enjoy. There is a sea pool named in honour of the Olympic champion swimmer Dawn Fraser. The Pool is in Elkington park where you can swim in perfect safety then have a coffee or your breakfast at the kiosk. There is also Ballast Point Park which is a former industrial site that has been transformed by architect Phillip Coxall into a delightful harbour side retreat with picnic and barbecue areas and views to die for.
Swim and surf at Bondi Beach, Coogee and Bronte three of the most sought after locations for beach and water activities.
Enjoy a Sydney Harbour cruise or sample the great choices for meals and dinner at harbour-side restaurants: Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Woolloomooloo and Watsons Bay.
Kings Cross, Darlinghurst, Potts Point, Double Bay, Rose Bay and Paddington are home to many of the finest restaurants, cafes and bars in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney.
Shop till you drop in Sydney City and Bondi Junction or indulge your sporting passions at:
Royal Randwick racing, Sydney Cricket Ground, Moore Park and Waverley golf courses for pleasure and frustration.
Please contact us for available dates or for other alternative properties.
Charges start at the advertised price depending on season, family numbers and duration of stay. The low pricing applies to the winter season; the highest rate is over the summer and Christmas holiday period. Minimum stay 7 nights.
A bond is required (this is returned within 5-7 working days from departure, after a satisfactory inspection of the property). Other mandatory charges as listed. A pocket WIFI 3G Modem can be supplied for $120 for the first month and $75 for subsequent months thereafter.
Keys are picked up from a central office location in Darlinghurst on day of arrival. Check-in is from 2:30pm. Check-out is 10am.
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It is an easy walk to the shopping strip and with so many cafes restaurants and coffee shops tempting you to come in and sample their food; that you may not wish to spend time slaving in the kitchen.
There are many excellent designer fashion shops to excite your urge for retail therapy, they are quite comparable with what the city has on offer and also many varied and interesting gift shops.
The delights of the Balmain peninsular include: (restaurants, shops, weekly market, cafes, the Dawn Fraser sea pool) are all minutes away. Weekend markets are there in church grounds on Darling St and the Rozelle primary school to invite your curiosity.
1 minute from bus stop on Victoria Road.
10 minutes on bus to the centre of the city. (QVB) and the CBD
An express ferry will deliver you to Circular Quay in 10 minutes or you can go with the slow ferry with many drop off spots along the way including Taronga Zoo.
A bus trip into the CBD is just 3k and takes about 10 minutes to George St in Sydney City.