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.
This charming terrace is light filled with original features and interesting eclectic pieces. The owner is a heritage architect and has sympathetically restored this old charmer.
This house is available throughout the year when the owner is away.
This house can accommodate 4 guests.
Upstairs there is a queen bedroom which looks over the rear garden, the upstairs front bedroom can accommodate 2 guests.
There is a full bathroom upstairs and a toilet/laundry downstairs. The kitchen has terrace doors that open onto the verandah that overlooks the courtyard.
The house is in close proximity to the Harbour Bridge, The Rocks and Circular quay.
The train station is 5 minutes away.
What an ideal place to return to after a day of work or sightseeing.