Sun-Drenched Art Deco Apartment

Market Street, Randwick

Bedrooms: 2

Bedroom 1: Queen Bed

Bedroom 2: Double Bed


Bathrooms:  1.5

Price: $180 - $230 per night depending on length of stay

Additional fees:

​Booking fee: $110

Linen fee: $132

Bond: $200 + credit card details required for all bookings

Sun-Drenched Art Deco Apartment

Stylish & spacious, in great location

Market Street, Randwick


This spacious two bedroom art deco apartment is filled with natural light and is tastefully styled to compliment the era.  The apartment features 1.5 bathrooms (main with bath/shower) and adjoining the master bedroom is a study/sun room with a large desk space.  Bi-fold doors fully open and lead out from the modern and fully equipped kitchen to a large private deck.

Located on a quiet street within a friendly neighbourhood.

Located just 200 metres to Queens Park & 500 metres to Centennial Park.  Both Bondi Junction and Bronte Beach are only a 7 minute drive.  Royal Randwick Racecourse, Fox Studios Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground and Randwick's Prince of Wales Hosptal are all accessible in less than 10 minutes. Buses directly to Sydney CBD and Circular Quay located just 200m from apartment door.


Features include;

  • Internal laundry with washer and dryer

  • Large private deck

  • Study/sunroom with desk space

  • Art deco touches - Stained glass windows, high ceilings and dark polished floorboards throughout.

  • Modern kitchen with coffee machine, dishwasher, microwave and gas cooking

  • Built-in wardrobes in both bedrooms

  • Ceiling fans in bedrooms and living room

  • Heating

  • Well positioned with attractions, cafes and restaurants nearby

  • Nicely decorated and furnished with quality appliances

  • Full bathroom with bathtub/shower and an additonal toilet in laundry room.

  • Dining table seats 6

  • Wi-Fi

  • Netflix

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.



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We loved staying in this light and airy apartment and really enjoyed being such a close walk to a beautiful Sydney park as well as a five minute drive to Bronte beach.


January, 2020

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