The house is on two levels; with spacious livings areas and a separate dining room. The flooring throughout the living areas in the house is beautifully polished timber giving a glow to the furnishings and the artwork that abounds in this house. At each turn you make in this residence you will find an eclectic art collection on the walls to delight you. There are also many pieces of sculpture to admire.
The living room with comfortable seating has a large Sony wall mounted TV with Foxtel and a DVD player installed for your relaxing and viewing pleasure.
The new streamlined kitchen has a Caesar-stone worktop with all modern units and fittings. The four-burner gas cooktop and the electric oven are both ‘Electrolux’ and a large fridge freezer combine with other equipment to help you prepare your favourite recipes. Traditional comfortable furnishings and modern equipment in this home offer the very best of the past and present living standards.
Walk through the kitchen towards the yard and you enter the laundry room which looks out on to a private courtyard; here there is outdoor seating for you to enjoy a morning coffee made on your own machine on a warm sunny day.
The dining room has a round table to seat four or five if required. There is a gas fire with flames in this room adding warmth to the house during the cooler winter months.
The two bedrooms both have queen-sized beds. The main bedroom has a ceiling fan, for warm or hot weather, a balcony with twin doors that open wide with the sight of many local trees, always verdant and multi-coloured. This is truly a very pleasant outlook. There is a wardrobe with shelving and hanging rails for garments. Bedside tables and lamps are provided for your reading pleasure and also a small TV.The antique chest at the foot of the bed has space for extra bed linen. The second bedroom has a decorative fireplace, a five-drawer chest, some hanging rails and a bedside table and bedside reading lamp.
Close to the CBD
Reverse cycle air-con to both bedrooms & living-dining area
Linen and towels Supplied
close to restaurants and transport
Paddington/ Edgecliff has everything for those who love the inner city hustle and bustle. It is full of restaurants, boutiques and fashion stores.
Paddington is the ultimate place to go shopping in Sydney and is frequently referred to the Mecca of shopping. The main street - Oxford street, features two endless rows of shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, pubs, local designers, grocers etc.
There is a market that is held at Paddington Public School every single Saturday. This is not your usual flea market. Instead, it is a charming market that allows new and budding designers to sell their wares it features fashion, home wares and beauty. It is the perfect destination for gift shopping.
Oxford Street is also the venue for the annual Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
Highly popular with professional couples, Paddington is a great spot just to the east of the CBD. It is within easy walking distance, and also serviced by frequent buses.
The streets are really picturesque, with row after row of Victorian terrace houses. This is a neighborhood with a really good vibe.
Why not have a drink at the Paddington Inn, or the Four In Hand, where you can sample chef Colin Fassnidge's treats in the dining room.
Want a book? Berkelouw's bookstore cafe and Aerial are worth a look. Want a flick? The Palace Verona cinema shows the latest arthouse and foreign films and the historic, beautiful Chauvel in the old Town Hall will transport you back in time. And does anything in Sydney beat a picnic in adjacent Centennial Park?
Woollahra is also nearby and is one of Sydney's ritziest postcodes and boasts the kind of shopping, restaurants & bars you'd expect – Chiswick, Claude's, Pinbone, Hotel Centennial plus all the little cafés and antiques stores on Queen Street. One highlight has to be Victor Churchill, a butcher shop so luxe and refined, you will be pleasantly surprised.
Our Top Reccommendations
•Paddinton Inn for dinner especially Tuesday 2 for 1
•Jackie’s Café at Glenmore Road for breakfast
•Thomas Dux grocery Store at Five Ways
•The Royal, Paddington Rooftop bar.
•Glenmore road and Oxford St for Shopping
•Rushcutter’s Bay Park is beautiful for ascenic walk
•Edgecliff Shopping Centre- Best for specialty stores and public transport.
Price & Availability
We are an agency, we don't meet you at the property, the keys are collected from our office which is centrally located in Darlinghurst. However, our friendly staff are just a phone call away We are always happy to help you with any issues you may have.
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