The SpaceBehind a classic terrace facade Iris is a recently renovated two bedroom terrace which would suit a family, two couples or four friends. The master bedroom has a queen size bed, air con, built in wardrobe and french doors leading to a classic terrace balcony which over looks the quiet, leafy street. The second bedroom has a set of bunk beds (and a porta cot), air con, a selection of kids toys, built in robe and a gorgeous, private terrace.
The living spaces are downstairs and feature a dining room that seats four, a separate lounge room with two couches, a bright little bathroom (shampoo/conditioner, soap, hair dyer included) and a galley kitchen with modern appliances (dishwasher, induction stove top, oven and microwave) which flows out into the sunny courtyard and laundry with washing machine and dryer.
Iris has modern appliances, ADSL WiFi and furnishings are contemporary yet comfortable. Interaction with GuestsI'm available via email and phone The NeighborhoodFlanked by Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Woollahra, Moore Park and located just 3km from the CBD, Paddington has everything for those that love the inner city hustle and bustle. It is home to gastro pubs, cafe’s, clubs and restaurants, fashion boutiques and markets, independent cinema’s, art galleries and of course famous Oxford Street which hosts the annual Mardi Gras Parade.
Built in the early 1800’s, Paddo (as it is affectionately known by locals) was once a poor, working class suburb. However due to it’s proximity to the city, it’s tiny, terrace houses dotted along narrow streets are now highly desirable homes, popular with working professionals and young families.
Paddo is a suburb full of surprises and wonderful discoveries tucked away in it’s picturesque back streets. Getting AroundThere is plenty to explore on foot. Iris is just moments from numerous special event venues - Alliance Stadium, the SCG, the Hordern Pavilion, the Royal Hall of Industries and Fox Studios so you’ll never be short on entertainment. Also within easy walking distance is iconic Oxford Street, renowned for it’s boutique shopping strip and Mardi Gras parade, vibrant Surry Hills, Victoria Barracks, St Vincent’s Hospital and Centennial Parklands.
For exploring further afield, catch a bus from Oxford Street, located just 350 metres away and head to famous Bondi Beach, the CBD, Central Station or Circular Quay for access to Sydney Harbour.
Parking is restricted to short says within the neighbourhood, however there are numerous car share vehicles available to Australian residents within metres of Iris if you wish to explore via car. Other Things to NoteI have a travel cot, high chair and stroller available if needed, please request before you arrive so I can ensure they are set up.
Please note, Iris has steep stairs, there is a baby gate at the top of the stairs, but not the bottom.