Magnificent, grand historic 3 bedroom terrace house in the birthplace of modern Sydney; the Rocks.
Capturing views over the Harbour Bridge and city from a large upper level balcony, this beautifully restored dual level historic terrace is surrounded by cafes, pubs and restaurants in Sydneys heritage rich harbour precinct; the Rocks.
The ground floor features a generous open plan lounge and dining area with ornate pressed ceilings, chandelier, polished timber floors and an electric fire place. Large windows allow plenty of natural light. The home is stylishly furnished throughout with designer and restored vintage pieces including a 6 person sandstone dining set, comfortable lounge suite and a large flatscreen TV. There is free wifi throughout the property.
The warehouse style gourmet kitchen features Bosch appliances including gas cook top, under bench electric oven, dishwasher and large fridge/freezer plus microwave and walk in pantry. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could need for your stay including Italian coffee machine (coffee, tea, milk and sugar also included). The kitchen opens on to the back door which leads to small rear courtyard with second outside toilet.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms all of which lead to outdoor terraces in either direction. The master bedroom and second bedroom also feature ceiling to floor wardrobes and comfortable, plush queen-sized beds, the third bedroom features a double bed. All linens (sheets/towels etc) are provided.
On this level there is a large fully equipped bathroom and laundry with Miele front load washing machine and condenser dryer.
The main and second bedrooms open onto the large balcony featuring a wicker outdoor dining and lounge set and views over the Rocks tree tops to world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Rocks- Sydney's oldest suburb
Sydney's early convict days live on in the Rocks, a jumble of cobblestone streets and cul-de-sacs just five minutes from Circular Quay. You only have to step off the harbour foreshore to find the sandstone terraces and cottages and some of Sydney's oldest pubs. This historic precinct also draws both visitors and locals with its museums and galleries, lively weekend markets and harbour views. The past and present collide in the best way in the Rocks, home to both ghostly tours and some of Sydney's liveliest celebrations.