50/69 Allen Street, Leichhardt

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Ideally located in the sought-after Allen Estate just footsteps from Norton Street, this oversized first floor strata apartment offers light, bright and airy interiors set across a generous 94sqm plan. Boasting a functional open plan design, the property features an expansive combined lounge and dining space, large balcony, updated kitchen with dishwasher, bathroom, internal laundry, secure parking and a separate storage cage. Accommodation includes 2 large bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes. A terrific apartment in a sensation location, its just an easy stroll to Norton Street's vibrant dining and entertainment hub. Short walk to schools, nearby parklands and city transport.

Functional oversized 94sqm planExpansive combined lounge & diningLarge balcony with leafy green outlooksKitchen with dishwasher & ample storageBathroom and internal laundry facilitiesSpacious bedrooms both with built-insSplit system reverse cycle air conditioningSecurity parking and separate storage cageSecure intercom &internal access to garageLovely lush landscaped common gardensFootsteps to shops, schools and transport
Council rates $235pq
Water rates $148pq
Strata levies $851pq

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Suburb Guide


Leichhardt is a residential suburb best known as the hub of Sydney's Italian community. Norton Street and Marion Street buzz with cafes, trattorias and bakeries, and thousands of people visit the annual Italian Festa food festival, every October. Some of the venues that gave Norton Street its reputation back in the day are still around, so visit them for a taste of nostalgia. Mezzapicca Cakes has been serving amaretti biscuits, decadent tortes and crisp cannoli since 1952. Bar Italia opened the same year, serving strong espresso, simple Italian fare and home-made gelato but you go here as much for the people-watching as you do the food. The Italian Forum is an open-air shopping mall with designer fashions and Tuscan architecture. Small bookshops, indie cinemas and cosy wine bars add to the European vibe. It's easy to get to Leichhardt with public transport. Buses from the inner city travel down Parramatta Road and along Norton Street, getting there in about 20 minutes. Alternatively, catch the light rail from Central station to Leichhardt North light rail stop.

Suburb Features


  • Leichhardt Public School
  • St Columba's Primary School
  • Sydney Secondary College
  • Sydney University


  • Leichhardt Park Aquatic Centre
  • Mezzapica Cakes
  • Palace Norton Street Cinema


  • Capriccio Osteria
  • Grappa Ristorante e Bar
  • The Italian Forum & Norton Plaza
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