Awarded for sustainable and new residential design at the 2015 NSW Architecture Awards this home is worth experiencing. Ventilation and light are the key design components. Just 20 minutes to the airport and a 5 min walk to Marrickville Train Station. Marrickville is well known to foodies with Greek, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, Korean and Portugal all in walking distance.
Large first floor bedroom with queens sized bed, overlooking roof garden, with your own bathroom. Loads of natural air flow and plenty of light throughout the afternoon. Some unique features include ply wood floors, hand made copper lights, reading nook, walk in wardrobe for clothes and suitcases and a unique loft style pitched angled roof.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Light filled central courtyard and native plants and birds. Kitchen, kettle, tea, milk, sugar, coffee machine and dinning room.
Atención a los huéspedes
As much or as little as you would like. We are both busy professionals.
Otros aspectos destacables
This is a relaxing location. Lots of windows and natural light. Great natural ventilation in summer. Lots of greenery. Recycled materials throughout the house.
Be careful with bags as we have wooden floors and stairs. Always use the fan in the shower to remove steam and open the window nearest the shower to ensure the steam has an exit point after each shower. It helps keep the mirrors and eco paint looking at their best.
I am a television executive who lives with Nikki, my partner in our brand new sustainable home. Travel wise we like camping and 4WD adventures. Our favourite places include The Daintree and Kakadu National Parks.