59a Piper Street, Lilyfield, NSW, 2040

Property Tools

Architecturally Designed 2 bedroom Property



Dynamic:

Newly built to a high standard this wonderful two bedroom residence is perfect for the entertainer. With North Western terraces, city views and ornate stylish design this space is unlike anything else on the rental market in Lilyfield. Walk through the grand security gates and up the wide limed oak staircase; you will be impressed by the unusually spacious rooms, soaring ceilings and arched windows which fill this apartment with natural light throughout. Cross ventilated and temperature perfect throughout the year, this space lends itself to the creative professional.


Local to transport (470/370 bus), light rail, bike route and an easy 4km walk to the city.
Close to many health and fitness facilities such as Leichhardt Aquatic Centre as well as the Callan Park Bay Run and numerous local parks.
Lilyfield South is on the doorstep of Johnston Street Annandale and Norton St Leichhardt.


Accommodation:

Offering 2 spacious bedrooms, both with smart ensuite, the master with robe and own terrace as well as round access to the main entertaining terrace.
Open plan living, and the well thought-out gas kitchen caters to all of your requirements.

Featuring:
New throughout, Internal laundry, New kitchen with Dishwasher, Limed oak flooring, no common walls- townhouse style, Airconditioning and great neighbours!

Important Information :
Available: 17/12/17
Pets: Preferable not, on application
Laundry Facilities: Internal laundry
Lease Period: negotiable
Parking: unmetered street parking
Cooking: Gas


Living in Lilyfield
The origin of Lilyfield’s name surprisingly, remains unconfirmed. On one hand it is believed to have acquired its name from the lilies that used to grow in abundance in the fields when the suburb was dairyland. On the other, the origin of the name has been identified as the name of the first post office in north-eastern Leichhardt (which Lilyfield was originally apart of), founded in Lamb Street.
Originally a working-class area, today Lilyfield, like many Inner-West suburbs has been transformed into a family friendly suburb known for its peaceful atmosphere and wonderful parks.


Leichhardt oval in Lilyfield
Understandably, Leichhardt Oval is often thought to be located in Leichhardt but the oval is actually situated in Lilyfield. The oval was first used as a Rugby League ground in 1934, the same year it became the home of the Balmain Tigers. It is an iconic venue, popular amongst both players and supporters of many codes (especially to the NRL’s West Tigers fans, with the oval usually hosting 4 or 5 NRL matches per season). The close-quarters nature of the venue ensures that each sporting clash will prove fierce with an intimate feel for spectators.



Orange Grove Markets

Inner-Westies are very keen on their organic produce and many have found that there is no better place to get their fix than at the Orange Grove markets every Saturday morning. With a huge range of different cuisines, market-goers are spoilt for choice with stalls ranging from gourmet French meals to Argentinian fare. For many Saturday shoppers it goes without saying that a coffee and famous bacon and egg roll are a must to start the day, with the lengthy queue proving well worth the wait. To take full advantage of the Orange Grove Markets, popular advice would be to get in early and reap the benefits!


Precautions have been taken to establish accuracy of the information but it does not constitute any representation by the vendor or real estate agent. You should make your own enquiries as to its accuracy. Please refer to our terms of use at www.gmre.com.au.

Make an Enquiry

Teneale McCoy

M: 02 9818 8225

F: 02 9818 8462

Teneale McCoy

Mercedes Adams

P: 02 9818 8426

M: 0425 823 854

F: 02 9818 8462

Mercedes Adams

Send to Phone

Mobile num:(eg. 04xxx)
  1. * Enter the mobile number to whom you want to send this listing
  2. * The recipient will receive a SMS with the details of the property
  3. * The recipient's mobile phone should have access to the Internet