House of Art DH167
- SQM 100
This 2 bedroom property features a private outdoor courtyard, spacious living areas and all amenities required for a comfortable stay.
Being in the heart of Darlinghurst it is just a short stroll to Hyde Park, CBD and St Vincent’s Hospital. It is ideally placed to reach by foot or by transport any and all significant places of interest. There is a garage for 1 small to medium car.
Many excellent restaurants and cafes are within a short walk, including Stanley St and Oxford St.
This traditional terrace house is on 2 levels and features polished timber floors throughout. There is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor as well as a spacious living and dining area, a power room, laundry and courtyard. The is decorated with an eclectic selection of furniture that you will find comfortable and atmospheric. The colourful feature walls throughout provide character and interest as a backdrop for the impressive collection of artworks throughout.
The upper level boasts two bedrooms; the main bedroom has a four-poster bed, and double doors opening onto a small balcony that overlooks the leafy street below. Both bedrooms have queen size beds and ample storage for clothing.
There is a small TV room with a TV and a DVD player on the upper level. The modern main bathroom is also on this level.
- Parking for 1 car
- Private Courtyard
- Updated kitchen and bathrooms
- Close to shops and transport
- Pets considered on request
Where does one start when talking about Darlinghurst? Darlinghurst is an exciting suburb that is located in the inner city of Sydney. This suburb is literally a stone's throw away from Sydney City and Paddington. Hence, it is in the centre of the hippest part of Sydney.
It is the home of Oxford Street and Taylor Square – a very fashionable area of Sydney with many pubs, cafes, restaurants and nightclubs and of course the annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
It has many historic buildings including the Darlinghurst Gaol (which now houses the National Art School), and the Darlinghurst Court House which is still in use today. The world-renowned St Vincent’s Hospital has been servicing the community for over 150 years.
Stanley Street in Darlinghurst offers a variety of cafes and restaurants. It’s home to Sydney’s most popular ice cream shop, Messina . If you are up for some serious dining, Stanley Street will be the place to head to with cuisines ranging from Japanese to Thai to Italian and fusion.
From Darlinghurst you can get anywhere in Sydney with ease, It is an easy walk to Sydney City Westfield and Darling harbor shops and restaurants. You can take a train or a quick Bus ride into Circular Quay and visit sights such as the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera house and the Botanic Gardens.
You can walk to Oxford St and Catch a bus Directly to Bondi Beach or check out the excellent Shops in Paddington.
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This property is self-contained and IS NOT a serviced apartment. We supply a small Welcome pack on arrival with hotel size bathroom essentials and tea & coffee.
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2 Bathroom, 2 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room
SleepingBed linen, 2 Queen bed
CookingCooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster
EntertainmentDVD-Player, Broadband Internet, Piano, Stereo system, TV (Satellite)
SanitaryHair dryer, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin
LaundryClothes dryer, Iron & Board, Washing machine
167 Palmer Street Darlinghurst, Sydney, 2010, Australia