19/5A William Street, Randwick

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This cheerful one bedroom has been lovingly held for 57 years and is ripe for an update. The northern aspect allows light into every room with a small balcony allowing you to sit and soak up the sun morning, afternoon or evening. The location is in a superb pocket of Randwick within a stone's throw of Randwick TAFE, Royal Randwick Racecourse, Centennial Parklands and transport options to the city at the end of the street. A smart investor would appreciate the opportunity to do as little or as much as they like to add further value and achieve a premium rental. Plenty of on street-parking can be taken advantage of with a parking residents parking permit from council. Don't miss this fabulous offering to buy into a prospering area at a bargain price point.

Top floor of Company Title block 'Lurline'Estimate of 40-45sqm in sizeRental potential with a fresh update $450-$500 per weekBright, sunny and ripe for a renovationAll of Randwick's exciting amenities nearbyStroll to Centennial and Queens ParkEasy walk to shops and cafes on Frenchmans RdWestfield Bondi, Randwick hospitals, UNSW nearbyCBD - Randwick light rail is coming!
Council rates: $318.59pq approx
Water rates: $185.79pq approx
Building Levies - $809.50 pq approx

Suburb Guide


Approximately 6km from the CBD, Randwick is bordered by the lush expanses of Queens and Centennial parks to the north, the suburbs of Coogee and Clovelly to the east, Kingsford to the south and Kensington to the west. Its name is synonymous with racing.

Dating back to 1830, the Randwick Race Course sees Sydney's colourful racing identities rub shoulders with high society and the average punter. Other notable Randwick landmarks include the Prince of Wales Hospital, a campus of the University of New South Wales, and Randwick Boys and Girls High Schools.

As Sydney's first suburban municipality, proclaimed in 1859, Randwick retains plenty of historically significant and heritage-listed buildings which are carefully preserved. However major redevelopment occurred in the 1960s and '70s with the construction of numerous residential walk-up flats, many of which now provide affordable housing for local university students.

Randwick has a substantial retail centre extending along Belmore Road, home to the Royal Randwick Shopping Centre and a variety of inexpensive clothing stores, eateries and supermarkets. The new CBD and South East Light Rail is transforming public transport in Sydney, providing high capacity, clean and reliable services. The L2 Randwick Line extends from Circular Quay along George Street to Central Station, through Surry Hills to Moore Park, then to Randwick and Kingsford via Anzac Parade and Alison Road. The L3 Kingsford Line also extends from Circular Quay, branching from Moore Park through Kensington to Kingsford.

The quaint area commonly known as 'The Spot' is a charming cluster of unique specialty stores, restaurants and the historic cinema known as the Randwick Ritz, a local institution where every night is 'cheap night'.

Suburb Features


  • Brigidine College, Marcellin & Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
  • Claremont College-Anglican co-educational school
  • Coogee Boys Prep School
  • Emanuel School
  • Lycée Condorcet - The International French School
  • Moriah College
  • Randwick Girls & Boys High School
  • Randwick TAFE
  • St Catherines School
  • University of NSW
  • Waverley College


  • Alison Park
  • Baker Park Tennis Courts
  • Centennial Park Cycles
  • Centennial Parklands
  • Entertainment Quarter Moore Park
  • Fred Hollows Reserve
  • Govett Reserve Playground
  • Queens Park
  • Ritz Cinema
  • Royal Randwick Racecourse


  • Bake Bar & Gusto
  • Bronte Road Bistro
  • Clove Lane
  • Four Frogs Creperie Randwick
  • Kurtosh Cafe
  • Lebanon & Beyond
  • Mammas and Papas Ristorante
  • Maybe Frank
  • Queens Park Pizza
  • Queens Park Shed
  • The Spanish Fly
  • Tucker
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