Situated in the heart of fashionable Darlinghurst is this new oversized 55 m² studio apartment. Complete with oak timber flooring throughout it also comes with top of the rangs Smeg oven, ceramic cooktop and dishwasher. The beautiful ash coloured cabinetry complements the flooring perfectly and the kitchen is finished with stone benchtops.
It has a European style laundry with Fisher and Paykel washer and dryer. As well as a 49 inch flat screen TV it has full Wi-Fi and is located on the quiet laneway side of the building.
The unusually large bathroom for this size apartment has floor to ceiling mosaic tiles and a frameless thick glass shower screen to give a luxury bathroom feel.
Being a turn of the 20th century refurbished building it has plenty of character and it now has a courtesy light to welcome guests at the entrance on William Street.
From the apartment you can enjoy evocative theatre and sassy cabaret, delicious restaurants and enticing bars, and an eclectic range of stylish boutiques and galleries in this hip neighbourhood near the city centre. The world-famous Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade is held on nearby Oxford Street every March.
Minutes from the city centre are ‘eat streets’ along Victoria, Oxford and Stanley streets. A delectable range of restaurants and cafes includes Bar Colluzi, on Victoria Street, a cafe institution. Nearby Tropicana Caffe is where the Tropfest short film festival began in 1993.
In laneways and backstreets are small bars, such as Red Lily Cocktail Bar in Crown Lane and Pocket Bar on Burton Street. The cosy wine bar Love, Tilly Devine in Crown Lane is named after Matilda ‘Tilly’ Devine, an infamous Darlinghurst madam who fronted one of the notorious 1920s razor gangs.
At the heritage-listed Eternity Playhouse, in Burton Street, the Darlinghurst Theatre Co. puts on evocative performances. Other fascinating attractions include the Sydney Jewish Museum and its free guided tours and the convict-built Darlinghurst Gaol, which is now the National Art School.
Dotted along these inner Sydney streets are an eclectic range of stylish boutiques and commercial galleries. For classic clothing, browse Route 66, which has been operating on Crown Street since 1988. On Liverpool Street, near popular pubs, is Blue Spinach, a boutique of recycled luxury fashion.
Located 1-2km east of the city centre Town Hall. Walking time: 20 minutes.
Must-do: Join the queue at Messina for the best and most inventive gelato flavours in Sydney.
Key areas: Stanley, Oxford, Crown and Victoria Streets.
Darlinghurst is well-served by public transport, with many bus routes from the Eastern Suburbs converging on Oxford Street prior to entering the central business district. The 380 bus between Circular Quay and Bondi Beach travels through Darlinghurst along Oxford Street. The 333 bus runs the same route but is an express service, only servicing major stops and all passengers must have prepaid tickets. The 378 bus between Railway Square and Bronte also travels through Darlinghurst along Oxford Street. The PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN and 399 buses also travel through the suburb on Oxford Street. Buses that travel through the centre of Darlinghurst are the 311 and the 389 buses.
The closest train station to the apartment is Kings Cross: 5-10mn walk.
Other things to note:
Baby cot also available bring your own baby linens for it. Maclaren Baby Rocker with a detachable canopy and toy bar also available. Suitable for babies up to 9kg 19.8lbs. Each item available for an additional $10/night. Please confirm availability at the time of the booking, thanks.
Early check in and Late check out will incur an additional fee to be confirmed at the time of your booking.
Check in and check out on public holidays will incur an additional fee of $50.
Please note that this property has been specifically catered for short-term rentals and is not a hotel.