116 McElhone Street, Woolloomooloo

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Positioned for lifestyle and convenience, ideally nestled between vibrant Potts Point and Woolloomooloo, this single level garden apartment is set over a spacious 150 sqm (approx.) plan and enjoys direct access from the secure lock up garage. Boasting a private street entrance and large on-title storeroom, the property also features a spacious open plan living and separate dining with adjoining kitchen and expansive courtyard. Accommodation comprises 2 generous bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes, the master with direct access to courtyard. Perfectly positioned within a dynamic inner-city pocket, just a short stroll of Woollomooloo's Finger Wharf and waterfront eateries, shops and transport. Easy access to Potts Point village and celebrated dining.

Set over a spacious 150 sqm (approx.) planPrivate street entrance in quiet cul-de-sac2 large bedrooms both with built-in wardrobesSpacious open plan living, good flow to outdoorsSeparate dining adjoins kitchen, ample storageFull bathroom, separate WC & internal laundryGenerous courtyard ideal for the entertainerDirect access to lock up garage (16 sqm approx.)Separate on-title storage room (10 sqm approx.)Easy access to shops, cafes, restaurants & transportShort walk to CBD & Woollomooloo's Finger Wharf
Council rates $261pq
Water rates $179pq
Strata levies $1,159pq

Property Features

  • Carports 1
Suburb Guide


This inner city harbourside suburb has undergone one of the area's most notable gentrifications over the past decade, with a dramatic transformation of this former working class area.

Most significant was the redevelopment of Finger Wharf, which has become a premier destination for anyone visiting Sydney. Retaining much of its original industrial aesthetic, this landmark development now plays host to luxurious apartments, renowned restaurants such as Otto, China Doll and the Blue Hotel (formerly The W).

Still drawing crowds late into the night, the immortalised pie cart Harry's Café de Wheels remains next to the wharf, while the naval ships still docking at Fleet Base are a constant reminder of Woolloomooloo's traditional shipping heritage.

Given its diminutive size, Woolloomooloo is home to quite a number of pubs, including the fashionably refurbished Tilbury and the grungy Old Fitzroy, with its tiny but well-known live theatre venue. Less than 1km from the CBD, Woolloomooloo is bordered by The Domain parkland on its western border and cosmopolitan Potts Point to the east.

While the suburb is now home to a number of high-profile celebrities, it still retains some of its grittier urban appeal, with the vibrant entertainment precinct of Kings Cross on its south-eastern border.

Its real estate consists of all manner of apartments, including some luxurious multi-million dollar harbourside offerings, along with a few streets lined with traditional Victorian terraces, more and more of which are being stylishly renovated.

Its proximity to the city has made it increasingly popular with executives who can enjoy an easy 20 minute stroll through the picturesque expanse of the Royal Botanic Gardens into the heart of the CBD.

Suburb Features


  • Conservatorium of Music
  • Plunkett Street Public School
  • Saint Vincents School
  • SCEGGS - Darlinghurst
  • St Andrews Cathedral School
  • St Vincents College
  • Sydney Grammar School


  • Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool
  • Cook & Phillip Park
  • Griffin Theatre Company
  • Harry's Café de Wheels
  • Hyde Park
  • Llankelly Place restaurant precinct
  • SBW Stables Theatre


  • Alibi Bar & Kitchen
  • China Doll
  • Kingsleys Steak & Crabhouse
  • Manta
  • Otto Ristorante
  • Tilbury Hotel
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