LUG and Balcony in this rare inner west apartment
Agent Profile: Aris Dendrinos
Contact: 0412 465 567
Hard to come by in the inner west is spacious living and dedicated car parking; two things this apartment definitely does have. Located on the top floor of a boutique apartment building, this property boasts two comfortable bedrooms, a combined living and dining room, a gourmet kitchen, modern renovated bathroom and the icing on the cake; a large balcony. Too often older style apartments lack storage space, but this property has this too with built in robes in both the bedrooms.
Kept in excellent condition, the cosy, open plan home has good natural light, with large west and northern facing windows in the living and bedrooms. The west facing balcony is perfect for enjoying the afternoon sun, and is large enough for either a small potted vegetable garden, or outdoor entertaining area and BBQ. The kitchen has plenty of storage space as well as a dishwasher and combined oven and cooktop.
The icing on the cake for unit 21 of 15 George Street Marrickville is the 25 sqm remote lockup garage. At the rear of the garage is a separate laundry and storage area with direct access to the back of the building outside. This garage and storage space is highly sought after, with ample space for extra shelving and storage.
George Street is located in a quiet neighbourhood, an easy walk to local shops, public and private schools and parks. The brand new Inner West light rail, local and arterial bus routes are also within walking distance.
Marrickville is a popular area in Sydney’s vibrant inner west, filled with young creatives, families and professionals. A mix of freestanding homes, terraces and low rise apartments, Marrickville is a sought after area thanks to its quiet neighbourhood feel mixed with a growing cafe scene, creative businesses and surrounding nightlife. The suburb is bound by the Cooks River in the south, and the eclectic suburbs of Newtown, Petersham and St Peters in the north.
When Sydney first started to grow, the Marrickville area was home to market gardens, run by Greek, Vietnamese and Chinese migrants mostly. Today these legacies remain, the suburb now renowned for its Vietnamese and Greek food, as well as Italian and Lebanese eateries. Today the suburb is home to a melange of this historical culture with one of the most popular fresh produce markets in Sydney, and some of Sydney’s renowned cafes, coffee roasters, breweries and pubs.
Marrickville is a popular area for creatives and professionals as the area has for many generations be home to creative industries. The small industrial estate in the suburbs east is home to a number of warehouses now occupied by a variety of businesses including creative workspaces, fashion studios, car repairs and coffee houses. This combined with the many parks, schools and communal centres make Marrickville a vibrant and growing community.
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