4/17-25 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney

1 1 Apartment


To get in on all the fun that goes with living life in the fast lane, safe in your own space yet with world class entertainment at your doorstep, this is the place to be! Bigger than many of the 2 bedders in the area, this giant Strata apartment will give you pleasure in countless ways - just coming home to it for a start is a blast, and when it comes to entertaining friends, you'll certainly have the edge on space and style. It's all fantastic but the best part is the huge balcony off the living room - it's big and bright, sheltered by some well placed bamboo plants to ensure privacy, so you can get away from it all whenever you like... and it's very realistically priced to boot!

1st floor position in security highrise (lift)78sqm of living including balconyLarge bedroom with built-ins, ensuite bathroom (bath & shower)Open plan living/dining & kitchenLiving room opens to balconyPlenty of storage; internal laundryFantastic condition + further potentialGreat value for money
Council Rates: $164.88pq
Water Rates: $141.56pq
Strata Levies - Admin: $454.45pq
Strata Levies - Sinking: $195.45pq

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Suburb Guide


Cosmopolitan, vibrant and multicultural, the City of Sydney is made up of a pastiche of precincts each with its own unique character. Situated at the very heart of Sydney is the Central Business District (CBD), the city's financial hub incorporating major financial institutions, five-star hotels, entertainment venues and a number of international designer stores such as Chanel.

The gateway to the city is vibrant Circular Quay, where ferries meander past our two most iconic attractions, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, along with the internationally renowned Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA).

The neighbouring historic Rocks precinct is the original site of convict settlement in Australia and is now home to some top restaurants and popular weekend markets. The modern harbourside boardwalks of Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay incorporate IMAX Cinema, the Powerhouse Museum, The Star ,nightclubs, restaurants and exhibition venues.

The Walsh Bay redevelopment is one of the largest urban renewal undertakings in Australia, with this once-forgotten wharf area revitalised as a lively mix of apartments, cultural attractions such as the new Sydney Theatre Company, commercial and retail.

At the western end of the city, Chinatown is a feast for the senses, brimming with authentic restaurants, eclectic shops and bustling Paddy's Markets.

Over the past decade, the city has seen a marked increase in residential development, and ultramodern commercial high rises such as Chifley Tower now sit side by side with exclusive residential towers such as Renzo Piano's Aurora Place and the controversial Opera House neighbour, Bennelong Apartments, colloquially known as 'The Toaster'.

Suburb Features


  • International Grammar School
  • Julian Ashton Art School
  • Macquarie Grammar School
  • St Andrews Cathedral School
  • Sydney Technical College
  • The University of Sydney
  • Ultimo College-TAFE
  • Ultimo Public School
  • University of Technology, Sydney


  • Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool
  • Capitol Theatre
  • Chinese Garden of Friendship
  • Cook + Phillip Park Aquatic and Fitness Centre
  • Hyde Park
  • Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Observatory Hill Park
  • Prince Alfred Park Pool & Tennis Centre
  • Pyrmont Bay Park
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
  • Sydney Opera House - Performing Arts Centre
  • Sydney Theatre & Dance Companies
  • Tumbalong Park
  • Victoria Park Pool
  • Wentworth Park


  • Aria Restaurant Sydney
  • Bentley Restaurant + Bar
  • Cafe Sydney
  • China Lane
  • Mamak (Haymarket)
  • Mr. Wong
  • Restaurant Hubert
  • Rockpool Bar & Grill
  • Spice Temple
  • Tetsuya's Restaurant
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