1/14 Clapton Place Darlinghurst Virtual Tour
Unique in a grand Art Deco block, this ground floor apartment has undergone a sleek designer transformation to create a stylish inner city pad with direct access to courtyard and leafy common gardens. Secluded to the rear of Harrow Mansions, the flawlessly appointed apartment is set in a one-way enclave just behind the buzz of Darlinghurst Road offering a rare sense of peace and privacy for its cosmopolitan setting. Entertain in style in the open living space, dine alfresco on the shared garden terrace or step outside and enjoy a vibrant urban lifestyle, a stroll to world-class dining, shopping and entertainment.
+ Grand 1930s Art Deco block of 22
+ Secure terrazzo entry, corner setting
+ Beautifully renovated interiors
+ Double bedroom with built-ins
+ Stylish bathroom, Hansa tapware
+ Frameless glass rainwater shower
+ High ceilings, polished floorboards
+ Streamlined entertainer’s kitchen
+ 740mm wide Caesarstone benchtops
+ Integrated appliances, dishwasher
+ Mirror splashback, soft-close cabinetry
+ French doors open to shared gardens
+ Common laundry and drying courtyard
+ Prime location, 1.5km to the CBD
+ Walk to Victoria Street’s dining hub
+ 500m to Kings Cross train station
Check out the Darlinghurst Virtual Tour below.
It’s Sydney’s individualistic, decadent heart – from the bustle of Little Italy and cool vibe of small bars to the party buzz of Oxford Street – where everybody’s welcome day or night, no holds barred.
Eat / Drink
Darlinghurst is a diner’s paradise – from TV favourite Luke Nguyen’s Red Lantern Vietnamese restaurant to the noisy fun of Buffalo Dining Club and authentic pizza at Lucio Pizzeria. Around Stanley Street, head to Bill & Toni’s for cheap Italian, or step back in time at the enduring Beppi’s. Bars offer everything from champagne high tea at The Victoria Room to bar food and cocktails – check out Fifty Fifty behind Lord Roberts Hotel, Love, Tilly Devine or the retro Shady Pines Saloon. For a hearty breakfast, look no further than Bootsdarling.
Tour the Sydney Jewish Museum, dedicated to the history of the Holocaust and Jewish settlement in Australia. Explore Darlinghurst Gaol, now home to the National Art School. See a Darlinghurst Theatre Company performance at the Eternity Playhouse, or take a stroll to Rushcutters Bay, home to the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia.
Join the crowds along Oxford Street for the vibrant Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade and dance the night away at one of the area’s many pumping nightclubs.
The Oxford Street end of Crown Street offers a treasure trove of vintage clothing, records, art and collectables. Pick up a modern piece at Black Eye Gallery, Object or Stanley Street Gallery. Refuel with fresh produce at Saturday’s Sustainable Markets in Taylor Square.