The house is nestled against a reserve behind the beach and is extremely private. There is an easy 5 minute walk through the reserve down on to the beach...
Large 3 bedroom house in the heart of Sydney
Large 3 bedroom house in the heart of Sydney
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- 3 Bedrooms
- Sleeps 10
- 2 baths
About our home
Our home is perfect for a family or a couple wanting to visit Sydney.
It is is situated on the Cooks River withing walking distance to many beautiful parks.
It is very central to Sydney, Central station being only a 10mn train ride away.
Everything that Sydney has to offer is literally at your door step with buses and trains only a short stroll away.
Hop on a bus to Bondi, hop on a train to the Blue Mountains. The choice is yours!
Visit Sydney and come back to this beautiful house to replenish and relax with a glass of wine on the large deck overlooking the garden while the kids are playing.
Let the kids roam around in the garden. With a bungalow at the back, you can even have visitors, or some privacy for your grown up children.
About Sydney in Winter
Stunning light spectacles, sparkling winter nights and gorgeous sunny days - Sydney's winter time delivers a vibrant wonderland of activity and entertainment.
Enjoy Sydney’s famed creative and seasonal dining, fashion and shopping, arts and culture, sport and family fun during this spectacular time of year.
Immerse yourself in the popular programs of Sydney Film Festival and Sydney Writers’ Festival, or the Biennale of Sydney. Or book ahead for the Sydney Theatre Company’s outstanding season.
While you are visiting check out the coolest and newest places to eat and drink in Sydney. With chef-hatted restaurants, international cuisine and stunning harbour views, Sydney has it all.
Many locals continue to swim and surf (wearing wetsuits) during winter, when average water temperatures fall to 18.8 - 19.3°C (65.8 - 66.7°F).
Food and Wine
Home to cafes, vibrant bars and world class dining experiences, there are plenty of opportunities to tantalise your tastebuds across Sydney’s food and wine scene. Please your palate with flavours originating from Asia, Europe and beyond, explore emerging dining precincts scattered throughout the city’s suburbs or get back to basics and browse stalls filled with fresh produce at a growers’ market.
Arts and Culture
Showcasing the works of artists, performers and musicians from across the globe, Sydney’s stages and galleries play host to a lively calendar of arts celebrations and cultural events throughout the year. Spend time wandering through the galleries of the city’s museums, experience something new at one of Sydney’s multicultural festivals or step behind the scenes on a tour of the Sydney Opera House.
Outdoor and Adventure
Bordered by sparkling waters and home to a number of green inner city spaces, there are plenty of opportunities to head outdoors and get active across Sydney, from leisurely activities through to high octane adventures. Set aside an afternoon to cycle your way along a scenic beachside trail, jet boat across Sydney Harbour or slow down and enjoy a round of golf in Centennial Parklands.
Winter Beach Walks
Although the weather may be cooling down, Sydney’s mild winter weather still offers plenty of opportunities to head outdoors and make the most of the city’s beachside walks. Savour the natural beauty showcased along the popular Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, follow the shoreline of Sydney Harbour along the Manly to Spit Bridge Coastal Walk, or set out on foot and discover one of Sydney’s other great walking trails.
Classic Pub Makeovers
Frequented by generations of Sydney locals, several of the city’s historic pubs have been revitalised in recent years by fresh thinking operators, creative chefs and talented design teams. Sink your teeth into inventive casual dining menus, peruse drinks lists filled with craft beers and experimental cocktails, or simply sit back and admire the unique decor, atmosphere and heritage charm of each venue.
- Main home
- Air conditioning
- Equipped for kids
- No pets
More about us
- We are a young professional couple with 2 boys aged 1 and 4
- Khadija is French and works in IT, Michael is Australian and also works in IT
- We love the outdoors and good food
Where is it?
- Buzzy restaurants
- Newtown is a just a short bus trip away and restaurants of all cuisines abound
- Cool bars
- Many cool bars in marrickville at walking distance or just a short car trip away
- Cozy cafés
- You'll be spoiled by choice, with the renowned Adora chocolates just 200m away
- Retail therapy
- Plenty of shops around the main trip in Marrickville. A 12 minutes train ride will take you to the heart of the city for all your shopping needs!
- Bit of culture
- A 12 minutes train ride will take you to the city for all the main Sydney museums
- Walks in the park
- Steel Park, Gough Whitlam Park,
- Spot of exercise
- The river is perfect for a run or a ride on your bicycle, take the kids and make it a day trip!
- Day tripping
- Day trip to the blue mountains, day trip to the beach, all accessible via a short car, train or bus trip
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