This newly renovated apartment is situated in the highly sought after location of Surry Hills, close to Sydney CBD and top tourist attractions, yet, has a village feel, just across from Harmony Park. Peaceful and safe, right next to the Police station. On your doorstep you have the coolest Surry Hills cafes, restaurants and bars. Walking distance to Westfield Shopping Precinct on Pitt St and Chinatown. Less than 10 min walk to Museum and Central station.
Features easy maintenance timber floorboards in the bedrooms and living area and tiled kitchen, laundry and bathroom. Spacious open plan living with modern kitchen, dining and lounge. Unwind in the outdoor setting on the balcony overlooking the Sydney skyline. The kitchen comes complete with quality stainless steel appliances, a Bosch dishwasher, Omega Smeg oven and Induction cooktop and stainless steel fridge, inbuilt stainless steel sink and tapware and ceasar stone benchtop. Separate laundry with washer/dryer and a modern bathroom with rainshower shower head and floating basin.
Both rooms have built-ins with new beds and mattresses, 1 Queen, 1 Double.
You have full access to the entire apartment. Use it as if it were your own.
Nearest car park is Goulburn street secure parking down the road which is one of the cheaper car parks in the city. Street parking is free between 10pm - 7am.
I also have a carspace in another building 10 mins away which I can rent out for $40/day. Let me know as part of your booking so I can reserve it also.
Checkin time is after 3pm and checkout time is 10am.
It is in the city but also near Surry Hills including Oxford St and Crown St.
Trend-set or terrace-sit, Surry Hills keeps it cool in Sydney’s inner south. Scantily clad women adorn the walls of Surry Hills’ warehouse-turned-gallery spaces and meticulously envisaged shoe displays beckon shoppers through square glass windows. Nearly everything in Surry Hills seems to be composed in a vacuum of exacting disarray and in this rapscallion suburb, dodgy isn’t meant with disdain. Its bars, its boutiques, its cafes, its pubs, they’re all arrestingly swish without losing their sass.
You'll have heaps of food options to choose from. It depends on your tastes but I can recommend my personal favourites :
Chat Thai 20 Campbell St. Haymarket - best Thai food
Haymarket Hotel - Cheapest but excellent australian steak and chips deal for only $12
Din Tai Fung World Square - fantastic dumplings. Also try Uncle Mings on York Street.
Macchiato Wood Fire Pizza corner liverpool and Pitt Street for Italian food. Also try Vapiano on York Street.
Walk to Museum station is only around 5 mins and to Town Hall another 5 mins. The transport system is simple now you just buy a card called "Opal" that you can use to catch trains, ferries and buses.