Darling Point 5B/23 Thornton Street
'Retford Hall' Spectacular World-Class Panoramic Harbour and City Views
Superbly situated on level five of 'Retford Hall', one of Darling Point's most tightly-held security, strata buildings, this spacious two-bedroom apartment presents as a haven of peace and privacy showcasing spectacular harbour district views over Rushcutters Bay to the city skyline, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and beyond. It occupies a niche corner private position not looked into by other apartments and has just the one common wall.
Wide windows fill the apartment with natural light and frame the extraordinary views, while the generous living space and kitchen combine with an open air balcony with a retractable awning for extended entertaining. There are two good sized bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes plus a large bathroom with European-style laundry.
Including a basement car space plus lock-up storage with level lift access (no steps). 'Retford Hall' residents also have access to indoor/outdoor swimming pools and a sauna, with the building embraced by manicured gardens and providing a generous amount of visitor parking. Only moments to Edgecliff train station and bus terminal, Darling Point ferry, local convenience store, foreshore parklands at Rushcutters Bay with playground tennis courts and cricket oval, along with many local cafes and restaurants, it offers lifestyle buyers an exceptional opportunity in one of the area's most desirable quiet bayside pockets.
Additional attributes include:
Spacious, protected balcony with motorised retractable awningGood sized bedrooms both featuring built-in wardrobesLarge bathroom plus guest powder roomEuropean-style laundry Reverse cycle air conditioning Level/lift access, intercom entry and building managerParking space and private storage cage in secure garageIndoor/outdoor swimming pools, sauna and guest parking
The views available from this exceptional apartment are truly world-class; accentuated by the boat-filled waters of Rushcutters Bay, sweeping across the city skyline, the crest of the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge in its entirety and north towards the upper reaches of Sydney Harbour.