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DARLINGHURST NSW 8/1 Darley Street
Tucked away in Darlinghurst's most exclusive cul-de-sac, this renovated ground floor apartment holds immense appeal for first homebuyers seeking style and convenience or an astute investor. Caf├ęs, Oxford Street and transport are all within a short stroll.
  • Set in a well maintained small block with easy level entry
  • Perfect condition throughout with not a cent more to spend
  • Well proportioned interiors include combined living/dining
  • Modern kitchen complemented with well considered storage
  • Bright bedroom complete with mirrored built-in wardrobes
  • Stylish bathroom, intercom, great sense of peace and privacy
  • Perfect for buyers seeking style, comfort and convenience
  • Readymade investment with strong growth and rental prospects
  • Short walk to popular restaurants, wine bars and nightlife
  • Moments to shops, buses, trains and the heart of the city
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property details
price $435,000
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sale method private treaty
internal area 41sqm
council rates $808pa
water rates $721pa
administration fee $475pq
sinking fund $90pq
web id 233746
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Richard Bonouvrie
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Chris Chung
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One of Sydney's first and most densely populated suburbs, Darlinghurst has always been in the headlines. The land was first granted to John Palmer, who arrived in Australia on the First Fleet, and the suburb was initially named Henrietta Town after Governor Macquarie's wife. In 1831 his successor, Governor Darling, changed it to Darlinghurst, after his own wife. Darlinghurst was home to the colony's wealthiest, with 17 extravagant white villas lining the hill down to Woolloomooloo, owned...
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