About the Home
This Woolloomooloo townhouse is newly renovated and generously sized. In the heart of Woolloomooloo, this quiet oasis maintains the charm of its original heritage. The luxurious height of this home’s ceilings connects the dining and living area on the first floor, offering privacy to its residents whose bedrooms split over 4 levels. The spacious and naturally lit kitchen opens its doors to the shared courtyard which treats as its own special haven for our residents to relax and enjoy the quiet.
Each of our Woolloomooloo bedrooms come fully furnished including wardrobes, King-Single beds and bedside tables.
Master Bedroom: Located on the 1st floor, this capacious room offers built in wardrobes and a Juliet balcony overlooking the tree covered streets of Woolloomooloo.
Bedroom 2: Located on the 1st floor, this room has substantial space for our residents and offers window views looking over the luscious courtyard.
Bedroom 3: Technically situated on the 3rd floor (a small platform above the first floor), this bedroom is moderately sized with a large window allowing an abundance of natural light.
The Loft: The loft situates itself on the 4th floor and offers an immense amount of privacy and grandeur. Its triangular ceiling and wooden panelled walls offer a clean and fresh atmosphere.
Best Suited For
This property is suitable for people over 18 years old of any gender. The bedrooms are located on 4 split levels, so this property is best suited to persons with unrestricted mobility.
Access to all Pathway’s programs and activities.
Located in the heart of Woolloomooloo, this property is a short walk from local services including Hope St Café, the Ozanam Learning Centre, local Pharmacy, Coles and Oxford St. Enjoy the vibrancy of the city CBD with access to copious amounts of public transport and find comfort in the walking distances to St Vincent’s Hospital.
|Address:||A recently refurbished townhouse perfect for an inner-city lifestyle contains 4 bedrooms and a shared courtyard. This house needs to be filled by 4 new ICLA residents.|