Waterloo took its name from the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, when Allied and Prussian forces under the Duke of Wellington and Blücher defeated the French forces under Napoleon Bonaparte. In the 1820s Waterloo began supporting industrial operations including the Fisher...
A13/356 George Street
A13/356 George Street, Waterloo NSW 2017 AUS
MGM MARTIN – TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT
In one of Waterloo’s most iconic developments, this stunning apartment is a fusion of cool warehouse style and refined contemporary comfort. Indulge in a sublime café lifestyle steps to every amenity.
What’s important to you
– Superb design by Turner Studio, interiors by Hector Guthrie
– Elevated ground floor, framed in greenery, northerly aspect
– High ceilings, oak floors, luxe industrial accents, ducted a/c
– Substantial wraparound entertainer’s terrace, eat-in kitchen
– Stone benchtops, gas cooktop, quality Smeg appliances
– Free flowing living and dining, sliders open to the balcony
– All rooms open to the terrace, master with ensuite and robes
– 2nd bed with robes, hidden laundry, single security car space
The local’s point of view
– ‘George & Allen’ is centrally placed in a prime connected setting
– An abundance of popular foodie hotspots surround this property
– Beautiful Waterloo Oval and Waterloo Park are just down the street
– Discover the many galleries and eateries on nearby Danks Street
– An extension of the Victoria Park precinct, it’s steps to East Village
– It’s a quick walk to multiple bus services and Green Square station
– High growth city fringe location, moments to airport & arterial roads
- 2 bed
- 2 bath
- Open Parking Spaces
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.