This charming little piece of history, in the oldest part of Sydney has been meticulously renovated to bring it back to its original glory in a two storey terrace house from a bygone era but with so much more. Dark wooden floors throughout and chandeliers in both the sitting room and dining rooms give it a touch of elegance.
Walk through into the kitchen and you will find caeser stone benchtops and a beautiful Italian marble splashback which has been backlit. Not only do you have a Miele dishwasher, chef's stove with gas cooktop and oven but there is a wine fridge to keep wine at the right temperature in both cold and warm climates.
Stone tiles in the sizeable bathroom give it a luxurious feel with a thick frameless glass shower screen.
Walk through to the back of the house and another room opens up onto the backyard with bi-fold doors to enjoy the best of Sydney's long summers.
Upstairs you have two lovely bedrooms. The front bedroom upstairs opens up onto a balcony which overlooks one of Sydney's oldest streets. Both bedrooms come complete with beautiful Sheridan linen.
The Rocks and Millers Point are an urban locality, tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney's city centre, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, immediately north-west of the Sydney central business district.
The precinct and its immediate surroundings are within walking distance to all of the main attractions that the city of Sydney has to offer. The Rocks area borders on the Bradfield Highway, leading to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with the localities of Dawes Point and Millers Point, to the west.
It is immediately adjacent to Circular Quay on Sydney Cove, the site of Australia's first European settlement in 1788. You can walk to Circular Quay where you can take ferries to the city’s famous Manly Beach or Taronga Park Zoo on the north shore. Walk north up Kent St. and you will find the beautiful old Lord Nelson pub which is one of the oldest in Sydney.
A little further north will take you to the Sydney Theatre and all of the wonderful restaurants that Walsh Bay have to offer. You can also walk to the new area known as Barangaroo and Kings Wharf where there are an array of eateries to choose from. Darling Harbour is also here where Sydney’s Aquarium is located.
A walk to Circular Quay and you will find the train station which links to Sydney’s underground railway as well as Sydney’s ferry service. Buses also all depart from this point and will take you to Bondi Beach and beyond. You can simply walk into the city from this location as you are right in the heart of it.
Baby cot also available bring your own baby linens for it. Maclaren Baby Rocker with a detachable canopy and toy bar also available. Suitable for babies up to 9kg 19.8lbs. Each item available for an additional $10/night. Please confirm availability at the time of the booking, thanks.
Please note that this property has been specifically catered for short-term rentals and is not a hotel.