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Thursday
Mar062014

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I understand it's as inner city Sydney as you can get (Darlinghurst). I understand it's a renovated 2 bedroom art deco flat. I understand it looks cute with its white walls, colourful kilim and funky artwork. I understand it probably looks better in real life than these photos and I'd fell in love with it on inspection in person. I just don't understand Sydney property prices. (Guide price over $950 000.) Link here while it lasts.

Reader Comments (5)

Such a classic! Can't go wrong with subway tiles in a kitchen - love it!

6 Mar 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLily

If only...!

6 Mar 2014 | Unregistered Commenterthecitygourmand

Quick question... If using subway tiles what type of grout donyou use? Like the one on the photo above is that white or gray? Thanks a bunch

18 Mar 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJosh14

If you want the grout lines to really show you need to use dark grout with white subway tiles (and use spacers or lay the tile so that there are small gaps so the grout will show nicely.

21 Mar 2014 | Registered Commenterkim

This is precisely why we left Sydney for New Zealand ....just purchased 1 and a half acres and building for $550 000 . That would bye me a broom cupboard in inner Sydney. This places floor plan is also the wrong way around with the living areas boasting small windows looking out onto what I imagine to be an ugly post war building and yet someone still paid $990 000 for it. Fantastic result for the seller and the purchaser who must feel like they've won the lotto :) ...perhaps they did , really :)) ,both of them,

27 Apr 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMichael

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