I love working in real estate, having spent over 20 years in the industry it's one of the best perks of the job having to inspect so many gorgeous homes. This is a superb example, the current owners worked with interior designer, the late Terry Brooks to create a distinctive, thoughtfully designed space full of character which offers flexible living.
It is important to note that the design conception took place before the building was constructed. Compared to the standard floor plan some changes are obvious such as the flexible second bedroom which can be used as an office, library, or bedroom with a neat fold down bed. The kitchen has gained a pantry, there's a recessed TV, some signature bathrooms and great storage.
The apartment comprises a 90 square metre floor plan which features a charming living room that naturally divides to offer living and dining with American Oak timber floorboards. The views are quite special, a view of the park much like an amphitheatre, it offers real engagement with the park with the tree canopy above you.
The kitchen is gorgeous, marble bench tops, Gaggenau appliances including induction stove with barbecue, oven, microwave plus dishwasher and Liebherr double fridge-freezer and incredibly useful concealed pantry.
The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an exquisite en-suite shower room with Azul Macaubas Quartzite splashback. The second bedroom is highly versatile with sliding doors offering use as a bedroom, office or library, the room is complimented with bespoke built-in cabinetry and fold down bed. Both bedrooms have access on to a courtyard plus there's a family bathroom complete with marble Japanese style bath and separate laundry.
In addition, this apartment benefits from reverse cycle air conditioning, security intercom with one car parking space on title and own storage cage plus the building is served by an on-site Building Manager.
The Eliza has a contoured and sculptured asymmetrical design on the edge of Hyde Park containing just nineteen residential apartments located adjacent to Sheraton on the Park. It is located on one of Sydney's most prestigious tree lined streets opposite Hyde Park.
In terms of location, you would struggle to find a more convenient location being moments to David Jones Sydney's most iconic luxury department store for top fashion and food. It is the precisely this reason that compelled CBUS to redevelopment above the David Jones Market Street store to high end residential apartments on Castlereagh Street.
According to Google Maps it is just 95 metres to David Jones, 140 metres to Westfield Mall, 53 metres to St James train Station, 650 metres to Sydney GPO at Martin Place and 500 metres to QVB. These short distances illustrate that this development really does have everything which is great about Sydney on its doorstep.