The Parish of Alexandria was established in 1835. The naming of Alexandria and neighbouring Waterloo, commemorates the famous British Empire military and naval victories over Napoleon. The Iron Duke Hotel in Alexandria is named after the heroic Duke of Wellington, as...
107/49 Henderson Road
107/49 Henderson Road, Alexandria NSW 2015 AUS
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Set back in the block and opening to a brilliant north aspect, this modern and spacious apartment provides an exceptional sanctuary in a coveted lifestyle and city fringe setting.
What’s important to you
– Intercom entry, 2nd floor position, generously proportioned
– Fresh and inviting open plan living and dining spills to the balcony
– Substantial entertainer’s stone topped kitchen, Miele appliances
– Spacious breakfast bench, built-in cabinetry, reverse cycle a/c
– Two over-sized bedroom retreats, both bedrooms with robes
– Master suite with a walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom, laundry
– Long entry hall creates a house-like feel, single lock up garage
The local’s point of view
– Set central to Alexandria, Redfern & Waterloo’s lifestyle precincts
– An abundance of popular foodie hotspots surround this property
– It’s an easy stroll to a choice of superb parks and greenspace
– The under construction Waterloo light rail is just steps away
– Can the commute; work in nearby Australian Technology Park
– Enjoy city fringe connectivity moments to major arterial routes
– Stroll to the bus and rail, enjoy the nearby weekend markets
- 2 bed
- 2 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Built In Robes
- Car Parking - Basement, Close to Schools, Close to Shops, Close to Transport, Lift Installed
As Advertised or by Appointment
Surrounding Suburb Profiles
Zetland was named for Thomas Dundas, 2nd Earl of Zetland, who was a friend of Governor Sir Hercules Robinson. Zetland is an archaic spelling of Shetland. Zetland originally featured a lagoon and swamp which was drained in the early 1900s to create the Victoria Park...
The suburb was named after Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, a British prime minister during the reign of Queen Victoria. The area was part of the suburb of Alexandria and was officially gazetted on 10 June 1977.