Modern, self-contained townhouse with two double bedrooms in ideal location to explore Melbourne's finest attractions: MCG, Rod Laver Arena, Olympic Park, Royal Botanic Gardens, Bridge Road & Chapel St shops, CBD. The Epworth Hospital is in walking distance (1.5 km).
Suit either the corporate or leisure traveller.
The ground floor has a spacious living/dining room and kitchen along with the internally accessible garage. The living room, with flatscreen TV and DVD player/recorder opens to a leafy private courtyard with table and chairs, sun umbrella and BBQ. The kitchen has an electric oven with gas hotplates and a microwave oven. There are plentiful supplies of crockery and utensils and the pantry carries many useful basics for cooking as well as suplies of tea, coffee etc. There is a nespresso coffee machine.
Upstairs has two double bedrooms, one with queen bed, tv and balcony, the second with a double bed. Both rooms have plentiful cupboard space. A third small bedroom is used as a study and has a chairbed if needed. The bathroom has a separate bath and shower, toilet and laundry facilities. A portacot and high chair are available on request (own linen required).
The secure garage accommodates a small car or there is ample street parking for larger vehicles with a permit supplied.
The house is close to Swan St where you will find public transport, supermarket, restaurants, cafes, shops and bars. It is a 5 minute walk to Richmond Station.
Supplies of bed linen and towels are provided. Beds are made up for your arrival. Rental rates do not include servicing the property during your stay. If you wish to have the property serviced, this can be arranged at an extra cost.
You will be welcomed personally, introduced to the house and provided with information about the local area and local facilities.
A short tram ride will have you in the fashion meccas of South Yarra and Toorak and trendy Chapel Street, renowned for their designer and speciality shops. Bridge Road, a 7-minute walk, is well known for its designer-label clothing factory outlets. Church St is renowned for its furniture shops.
The CBD is a 30-minute walk or a 7-minute tram trip away.
Dining out and entertainment in Melbourne
Melbourne has marvellous restaurants and many are close to this location. Bridge Road has a growing reputation for eateries as well as shops, everything from simple cafes to sophisticated restaurants such as the Richmond Hill Cafe and Larder. If you like trying different cuisines and the latest new cafes, Swan and Church Streets have plenty to offer, while Victoria Street is famous for its Vietnamese restaurants.
If the arts bring you to Melbourne, a short tram ride gives you easy access to the Melbourne Arts Centre, Hamer Hall, the State Theatre, the National Gallery and the Ian Potter Gallery in Federation Square.