1/571 South Dowling Street, Surry Hills

2 1 1 Terrace
For Lease $895 pw
Bond: $3,580
Availability: Available Now

OVERSIZED TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH PARKING

Large and inviting, this renovated two bedroom property occupies the entire top floor of a character filled terrace, providing plenty of space throughout and a homely feel.

Features of the property include:
Two bright and spacious bedrooms both with oversized built in robes
Large living/dining room,
Sunny front and rear balconies, one off the living room, the other off the main bedroom
Modern granite top kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gas cooking,
Carpet throughout and a modern bathroom.
There is a separate laundry room and one open car space located at the rear of the property,
The property has good security with grills to both front and rear entrances.
Conveniently located with inner city lifestyle in mind, with excellent local bars, restaurants and cafes nearby, Green spaces of Moore Park across the road, and easy access to ANZ stadium, Moore Park EQ, Paddington and transport links.

Property Features

  • Garages 1
  • Pet Friendly
  • Built In Wardrobes
  • Balcony

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Suburb Guide

Surry Hills

Once the centre of Sydney's garment trade, the Surry Hills of today is a trendy and essentially gentrified inner city address with a distinct arty edge. Less than 1.5km from the CBD, it's home to many creative agencies and enterprises, renowned design stores and some top restaurants.

There are still some factory outlets closer to Central Station on the northern side of the suburb, although many of the warehouses have been reclaimed for conversion, given the high demand for residential accommodation throughout the area.

The main thoroughfare of Crown Street has been completely reinvented as a cosmopolitan restaurant and entertainment hub, with its eclectic eateries and revamped pubs such as The Clock, The White Horse and The Dolphin.

Cleveland Street, which separates the more upmarket eastern side of Surry Hills from the west, is renowned for its affordable ethnic cuisine. The Eastern Distributor road works gave the area a massive boost, blocking off the formerly high-traffic Bourke Street and transforming it to a quieter, leafy enclave lined with large Victorian terraces, groovy cafes and interesting specialty stores.

Increasingly a fashion mecca, Surry Hills has great vintage stores, especially at the Oxford Street end of Crown Street. With cafes every couple of paces, Surry Hills epitomises Sydney cafe culture. Do as the locals do, and plan to spend your day lazing in the sun at Shannon Reserve. Hit Maloneys Grocer (and/or Messina) beforehand to grab some treats for an afternoon picnic at the iconic park. Head to the park on the first Saturday of the month, and you'll be met with the beloved Surry Hills Markets where you can hunt down some fine, bohemian treasures.

The area's many galleries exhibit young local artists, but perhaps the most famous would have to be the Brett Whiteley Gallery on Raper Street, with its iconic oversized burnt matchsticks framing the entryway.

Surry Hills is surrounded by Central Station on its western edge and the Eastern Distributor on its east. Though there are also buses that run through the area, the suburb and its many cafes, shops, restaurants and bars are best explored on foot. 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.

Suburb Features

Education

  • Bourke Street Public School
  • Sydney Boys High School
  • Sydney Girls High School
  • University of Sydney

Recreation

  • Belvoir St Theatre
  • Brett Whiteley Studio
  • Cork & Chroma
  • Golden Age Cinema & Bar
  • Moore Park Golf
  • Prince Alfred Park Pool & Jensen's Tennis Centre
  • Redfern Park
  • Surry Hills Library
  • Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground
  • Eddie Ward Park

Restaurants

  • A Tavola
  • Arthur
  • Bills
  • Nomad
  • Nour
  • Poly
  • The Dolphin Hotel
  • The Winery
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