Character & Charm
Challis Street, Randwick
Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
Bedroom 2: Double Bed
Bedroom 3: Futon bed
Parking: 1x Carport
Price: $300- $400 per night depending on length of stay
Booking fee: $110
Linen fee: $165
Bond: $200 + credit card details required for all bookings
Character and Charm
Set in a Coveted Parkside Enclave
Challis Street, Randwick
Framed by tranquil gardens on a corner block, this large renovated freestanding home is a wonderful parkside residence. Set over 2 levels, with the entire top floor dedicated to master bedroom with an ensuite opening out to a private sundrenched balcony. Downstairs features 2 separate living spaces, plus a library. Dining area for 6 with sliding doors opening onto the rear garden court yard, the perfect setting for outdoor living.
Located moments to Centennial Park, Fox studios, The Entertainment Quarter, shops & cafes on Clovelly Road. Public transport is also in easy access with buses a short walk away on Cowper Road & Alison Roads. Bondi Junction is a short drive away with shops, cinemas, restaurants & train station.
Wonderful indoor/outdoor living
Renovated kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher & microwave
Large open plan & multiple living areas (2 separate living areas & a library)
Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and private balcony
Full parents retreat upstairs
Dining comfortably seats 6 people
Lovely gardens / back yard with outdoor furniture
Internal washing machine
Full bathroom with bathtub
Lock up garage + car space
Close proximity to Centennial Park, Fox studios, The Entertainment Quarter, Royal Randwick Racecourse, shops & cafes on Clovelly Road. Public transport is also in easy access with buses and light rail a short walk away on Cowper Road & Alison Roads. Bondi Junction is a short drive away with shops, cinemas, restaurants & train station. Randwick Junction, The Spot and Coogee Beach are also very easily accessible by public transport or a short 5-8 minute drive.
Queens Park / Randwick
Located only 6 km from the CBD Queens Park was originally part of the Sydney Common and later the Lachlan Swamps Water Reserve. Today it is a large urban park, part of Centennial Parklands. It was dedicated with Centennial Park in 1888 as part of the centenary celebrations of European settlement in Australia. Randwick was named after the village of Randwick in Gloucestershire, England, birthplace of Simeon Henry Pearce, who became Mayor of Randwick no less than six times. Randwick of course is famous for the renowned Randwick Race course which has recently undergone a multimillion dollar face lift.
WHAT DID OUR GUESTS THINK?
House was great - great location and spacious. Easy bike ride to centennial Park.