A quiet setting in a boutique Art Deco block makes this Potts Point Virtual Tour is a perfect retreat from its fast-paced city surrounds. Right in the heart of the action, the two-bedroom plus study apartment is set on leafy Victoria Street, an urban hotbed of arts, culture and entertainment. Tastefully restored and revived interiors retain their authentic Art Deco charm with views over the urban rooftops creating a superb backdrop to the character-filled interiors. Enjoy a cosmopolitan urban village lifestyle with cafes, bars and eateries at the doorstep and close proximity to the CBD and harbour attractions.
Unit 6 / 146 – 148 Victoria Street Potts Point
+ A charming Art Deco block of eight
+ Terrazzo entry with security intercom
+ Top floor setting on the rear corner
+ Entry hall with built-in storage
+ 2 bedrooms plus a study or nursery
+ King sized main bedroom with built-ins
+ Tranquil views over the rooftops
+ Open plan living and dining space
+ Custom kitchen, integrated appliances
+ Solid timber and stone breakfast island
+ Plentiful storage, concealed rangehood
+ Tastefully updated bathroom
+ Deep bath and a granite-topped vanity
+ High decorative Art Deco ceilings
+ Original wainscoted walls
+ Only 1 common wall
+ Size approx. 59sqm
+ 1.5km to the CBD, 50m to the station
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Potts Point is a small, densely populated suburb of inner-city Sydney, Australia. Potts Point is located 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of the City of Sydney.
Potts Point sits on a ridge immediately east of Woolloomooloo, west of Elizabeth Bay and Rushcutters Bay and north of Darlinghurst. The suburb has a roughly trapezoidal shape, and at its greatest extent is no more than 1 kilometre long by 200 metres wide. Potts Point’s eastern boundary is Macleay Street. The suburb’s other boundaries include Darlinghurst Road to the southeast, William Street to the south, Brougham Street and part of Cowper Road to the west.