Dare to experience a stay in Sydney like no other. Boldly unique and fresh, our newly renovated 84 square metre luxury one bedroom apartment serves as the perfect pad for creativity, individuality and release.
-A piece of contemporary art history, within one of Sydney's most historic buildings
-High ceilings & industrial glass
-Timber floors, Ducted Air Con, Corian kitchen
-Zaha Hadid wallpaper, Kreon light fittings
-Kaleidoscopic finishes to bathroom
-Large entertaining terrace, private views
Occupying 84 square metres on the first floor of the historic Yellow House overlooking the roof of the Yellow House Gallery the apartment and the rooftop garden.
Decorated in a nod to its setting in 'Yellow House', this was home to the area's underground art scene in the early 70s, counting Brett Whiteley, Martin Sharp & George Gittoes as its regulars.
Each zone within our apartment has a distinctive style. The superb minimalist white kitchen with its oversized Kreon light fittings and dining bar style kitchen table, the kaleidoscopically-tiled bathroom to the purple bedroom, with its curved wall panel and Zaha Hadid wallpaper. The apartment is furnished through out with our own private eclectic art collection and sculptural furniture pieces from La Chance Basic and Patricia Urquiola Sofa It is so beautiful and comfortable you will love it. Fitted with KitchenAid appliances, Riedel glassware and Sonos speakers, as well as an in-built ice chest dining table, the apartment is built for entertaining.
Two sets of steel doors open up the living space to an appealing terrace that attracts plenty of light from the north. Sliding screens made of narrow strips of painted timber promote privacy without stealing light. The screens are another element that harks back to our building’s playful, creative history from artist Matthew Johnson.
The distinctive building at 57-59 Macleay Street – yellow as a Van Gogh hay stack or a custard tart – has been a hotbed of creativity since at least the 1950s. Back then, it was the Terry Clune Gallery and exhibited works by radical young Australian artists of the time, including Robert Klippel and John Olsen.
In the 1970s, it became a base for the Yellow House Artists Collective, founded by Martin Sharp and frequented by creatives including Brett Whiteley, George Gittoes, Phillip Noyce and Peter Weir. It was a studio and exhibition space, and hosted events ranging from poetry readings to puppet shows.
Today it is now home to Yellow which is a beautiful vegan restaurant and home to the Yellow House Gallery which we highly recommend you visit
Located within the heart of the incredible Potts Point. Where each leafy laneway tells stories of days gone by. Historic buildings and grandiose mansions meet a vibrant nightlife and café culture for more intriguing tales. Galleries and dining are fused into the garden setting and Sydney’s oldest neighborhoods nestle in green hideaways along this ridge.
You have Sydney’s best restaurants and cafès at your door step and all ammenities easily at hand. The best restaurants Fratelli Paradiso, Cho Cho San, Billy Kwong, Woolworths and some of the Sydney's best deli's and coffee shops are less than a 1 minute walk away. The apartment also sits above one of Sydney's most acclaimed One Hat restaurants, Yellow.