This architecturally designed penthouse apartment has sweeping views of Sydney's magical skyline but also looks out towards Botany Bay on the other side of the apartment. The sheer openness of this spacious apartment indicates that there is a lot of thought that has gone into the design.
With 100 m² of living space containing a large open plan chef's kitchen, dining area with sliding doors that open all the way out onto a large north facing balcony, full gas barbecue on balcony with outside entertaining area you also have the added attraction of being a walking distance to supermarkets and great restaurants in the street below.
Beautiful brand-new queen size bed in main bedroom with firm mattress.
Double size sofa bed in second bedroom with sliding doors that open onto private deck area.
5.5 meter ceilings incorporated in a warehouse inspired design.
This is a two bedroom property with a queen size bed and sofa bed.
-Bedroom 1: Queen size bed sleep 2
-Bedroom 2 Sofa bed sleep 2
Waterloo is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Waterloo is located 4 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney.
Since early 2000s, the region has undergone some degree of gentrification with a rising business district focusing on technology-oriented firms and the development of more green space such as parks. By 2006, median individual income in Waterloo was slightly higher than the Australian average. The suburb now has many wonderful cafes and restaurants to choose from. Waterloo is also a popular suburb to live for Sydney's large Gay and Lesbian population due to its closeness to nearby suburbs of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst.
The Waterloo Urban Conservation Area is a residential area of predominantly 19th century terrace and cottage housing. New developments such as this and redevelopment in this area is encouraged to be sympathetic to the existing heritage style.
Waterloo is serviced by State Transit Authority Sydney Buses routes to the Sydney CBD and can be accessed on nearby Baptist Street. It will take you approximately 10-15 minutes to get into the city via bus. Green Square underground railway station, on the Airport line of the Sydney Trains network, is located in the south-west corner of the suburb. Redfern railway station is located close to the north-west corner of the suburb.
Taxis and UBER will take approximately 15 minutes to drop you door to door as the airport is very close to the city.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE:
Please note that this property has been specifically catered for short-term rentals and is not a hotel.