Grand 4 bed Terrace North Sydney

Grand 4 bed Terrace North Sydney

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is a grand terrace built in 1899 and extensively renovated to a high standard in 2004. a subsequent renovation in 2016 included fitting out the attic space with a bedroom, living space, bathroom, small kitchen and a balcony offering panoramic view of the harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Perfect for watching the fireworks - fireworks are a feature in Sydney and not just at new year - almost every week there is a fireworks display. A harbourside park is at the end of the street and it is an easy stroll to the cafes, restaurants and shops of McMahons Point and Kirribilli. The terrace comprises four large bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, formal living areas, a study adjoining the master bedroom and the attic space The kitchen has marble benchtops and state of the art appliances. A secluded courtyard at the rear of the house is perfect for al fresco dining. There is a vertical garden which includes a kitchen garden with salad vegetables and herbs. It is the ideal location from which to explore Sydney either by train or by ferry. There are many attractions for the whole family. For children, Luna Park, which is just a 5 minute stroll away, along the foreshore is a favourite attraction. Children love riding the Wild Mouse roller coaster, taking in the amazing Sydney Harbour views from the Ferris Wheel and taking in the old fashioned fun of Coney Island. For grown-ups there is a plethora of excellent restaurants offering a range of cuisines. Within walking distance there are restaurants serving Japanese, Chinese, Sri Lankan, Indian, Italian, Spanish, Thai, Modern Australian and many more. There is direct access to the harbour from the Milsons Point ferry wharf or you can dial a water taxi and leave from Lavender Bay wharf, just at the end of Walker Street. Parking in garage at rear and car available by arrangement. Then there is the magic of Wendy's Secret Garden - again just at the end of the street.


9 Reviews

More about us

  1. We are a couple with three adult children all living outside Australia

  2. Bill is an engineer and Moira works in the finance industry

  3. We enjoy travel and new experiences. We are also interested design and have incorporated this in our grand terrace.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Chedi Thai on Blues Point Road
Cool bars
Tapas bar/restaurant - Delicado Foods
Cozy cafés
Billi's and Pieto's on Blues Point Road
Retail therapy
Trendy shops in Blues Point Road
Bit of culture
Ensemble Theatre at Kirribilli is walking distance or take a water taxi to the Sydney Opera House
Walks in the park
On the harbour foreshore enjoy Clarke Park and Wendy's Garden
Spot of exercise
Walk across or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Day tripping
Palm Beach for brunch at Barrenjoey's

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