1/1 Waruda Street, Kirribilli, NSW 2061

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This extremely spacious 1 bedroom apartment is located in a beautiful art-deco security building right on the foreshore of the harbour facing Sydney’s famous icons – Opera House & Harbour Bridge.

No other position could compete with this location for New Year’s Eve. If you want to impress this is the apartment to lease.

The apartment features -

- High ceilings throughout

- Spacious living/dining area which faces the harbour and flows out to terrace

- Large entertainers terrace

- Good size bedroom with built-in robe

- Large open-plan kitchen with island bench, stainless steel European appliances including dishwasher, many cupboards and microwave

- Bathroom with bath and separate shower

- Internal laundry with washing machine & dryer and lots of storage space

- There is also an external storage room suitable for a cellar or storing bicycles

Short walk to a choice of 2 ferry terminals for immediate travel to the CBD, and just across the way the Olympic Pool, Luna Park and nearby Milsons Point train station, many restaurants/cafes, shops and schools that Kirribilli & Milsons Point have to offer.

This apartment is available now and definitely worth viewing now, so don’t miss out.

Available: Now

Lease term: 12 months

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Property Info:
  • Property ID: R109536
  • Property Type: Apartment
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