Millers Point is a small suburb within the City of Sydney local government area. Today it is often thought to be a part of its neighbour, The Rocks, much to the chagrin of residents who insist on recognising its separate history and development. Very few people settled in the area before the 1830s. For decades it remained an isolated place, approached only by scrambling over The Rocks or around the shoreline from Point Maskelyne, later renamed Dawes Point, where William Dawes established an observatory and battery in the first years of European settlement. His house became a meeting place for many Aboriginal people who assisted him in recording the local language and customs. In the twenty-first century this promontory was officially given the dual name of Dawes Point and Tar-Ra, which was what the original inhabitants called it.
The Leafy City Terrace is an Victorian house, situated in the heart of Millers Point.
There are 3 bedrooms each bedroom accommodates 2 people. Two of the Bedrooms have queen beds, the third has two x king single beds. The main bedroom fronts a leafy streetscape with a balcony. The second bedroom comprises 2 x king single beds, bedside tables and luggage racks. The third bedroom looks over the courtyard it has a queen bed, 2 x bedside tables with bedside lamps. Also 2 luggage racks.
The house has 2 levels, all bedrooms are upstairs. There are 2 bathrooms upstairs, one full bathroom with a walk in shower, toilet and hand basin. The other bathroom is a walk in shower with a hand basin.
Downstairs consists of a lounge room, with a smart TV and wifi. Comfortable leather lounge, a parrot couch and carver lounge chair. The lounge is a comfortable room with an original fireplace not operating as a fireplace.
There is a second toilet downstairs, washing machine and dryer and a fully equipped kitchen that opens onto the dining area and courtyard.
There is a comfortable outdoor setting with a BBQ.
It is a great location to be based while visiting Sydney. You are within a few minutes walk to the Harbour Bridge, a few more minutes to Circular Quay.