4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms house with heated pool close to the Sydney CBD
- English, German, Russian, Estonian
Pool / Spa
No parties. Strictly no noice outside after 11pm
Pool area only.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Arriving at the property to a complimentary bottle of champagne I instantly knew our stay was going to be amazing. The house was fully equipped with absolutely anything you could think of. The location was great with only a short stay to the wharf to catch a ferry.
The host was very responsive and helpful with any questions I had. Thank you for having us.
We had a wonderful experience in Sydney and this property made it even better.
We selected the property because of its location to all things Sydney!
It was wonderfully appointed - and we miss it already!
Thank you very much for your kind words!
See you next time
Great house with beautiful views
Our group was amazed by the views and would definitely stay here again. The house was well stocked with everything you need for a comfortable stay.
Thank you Anthea for your nice words and looking after my house as it’s your own!
It was absolute pleasure to have you and your friends, you are welcome back anytime!
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Views to die for. Pet friendly. Off leash park nearby. Beautiful house with loads of space inside and out for groups or families. Owner incredibly attentive and helpful.
Thank you Janice for your stay and kind words!
Great property in prime option
Thank you Jonathan, for your stay!
Balmain is well known for its heritage and village-like atmosphere, perfect place to really get the feel of Sydney. It's a quiet and private peninsula, yet just moments from city and all main attractions. Casino is just across the bay, accessible by ferry. Opera House is 2 ferry stops, Luna Park for kids 1 stop.
About Balmain East:
There is no natural boundary to Balmain East and separated in name only from the general characteristics of the Balmain Peninsula. The eastern foreshore is marginally steeper than the rest of Balmain, and foot traffic is assisted by a number of very old and well-preserved sandstone steps.
There are many heritage listed buildings including Birchgrove Primary school and St Augustus Catholic church on the edge of Gladstone Park.
This park was originally called pidgeon ground because pigeon shooting was a popular sport there in the late 1800's. A number of well-preserved weatherboard houses overlook White Bay and Johnston's Bay container terminals. Trams once powered by steam ran from Bridge Street in the city, through Forest Lodge to Rozelle and Balmain.
By the beginning of the 1900's, the tram was converted to an electric operation and extended to the ferry wharf at the bottom of Darling Street. In order to safely manoeuvre the final steep grade down from Nicholson Street, the tram carried a large counterweight at the front which controlled the speed and gave the tram a helping hand back up Darling Street.