25/8 Williams Parade - Love In A luxury Low Rise
Sit back and enjoy contemporary Inner West living in this luxury apartment without the high density.
Set on the first level of a quiet well established low rise security complex the property has a combined area of 100 square metres and offers two large bedrooms (both with built-in wardrobes), big modern bathroom with separate tub, gorgeous gourmet kitchen with dishwasher, stainless steel stove and granite benchtops, internal laundry facilities with clothes dryer and a huge open plan lounge and dining area that effortlessly flows onto an expansive balcony/terrace.
Included are magnificent polished timber floors throughout, reverse cycle air conditioning, a basement lock up garage with internal foyer access and storage, loads of visitor parking and those fabulous manicured common gardens, in ground swimming pool and lush parklands. Situated at the end of a whisper quiet cul-de-sac that is only minutes away from all schools, shops and several forms of public transport including the fantastic new Inner West light rail there really is no decision to be made - this is the perfect place. Inspect today
About Dulwich Hill
Located right next door to the vibrant lifestyle hot spots of the inner west, Dulwich Hill is a popular, more peaceful haven for young families, singles and professionals. With local supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, pubs, banks and gyms, Dulwich Hill residents have everything they need right on their doorstep.
The quiet streets here are lined with regal federation homes, shaded by established trees and framed with overflowing garden beds. The area has a neighbourly village feel, unique for an inner city suburb, which makes it a highly sought after location for home buyers.
The area is dotted with lovely parks, and just to the south of the suburb is Cooks River, lined with parks and walking and cycling paths. Marrickville is right next door, renowned for its hip cafes, pubs and weekend produce market. And just a stone’s throw to the north is Sydney’s portuguese heart, Petersham, where charcoal chicken restaurants, patisseries and providores draw lines out the door on weekends.
Workers commuting to the city, western suburbs or south are well connected with both roads and transport in the area. One of the biggest draw cards to this area is the brand new Inner West Light Rail Link. This links Dulwich Hill to the surrounding area, harbour and city in a direct commute. On the light rail residents can easily reach the foodie hotspot of Leichhardt, harbourside parks of Lilyfield and Glebe, the Sydney Fish Market, and the inner city including Chinatown and Paddy’s Market.