7.02/10-14 Cooper Street
A very special opportunity exists to acquire this two bedroom designer penthouse apartment, featuring its own private rooftop terrace and outdoor BBQ kitchen. The main residence includes a wide, double-frontage to the north and city skyline outlook; a vast main terrace, 2 double bedrooms (master with ensuite and private balcony), 2nd full bathroom, internal laundry and ideal through-flow, cross ventilation.
In Koichi Takada’s signature style, materials and finishes are handpicked for their unique beauty, with expansive living and dining areas filled with light and simple elegance. The entertainer Miele kitchen is a focal point, layering gorgeous marble benches, oak floors and timber veneers with accents of inlaid brass and the finest tapware. Residents can find peace above the pace of city living by unwinding on the private rooftop garden exclusively for them and their friends and family.
Calibre offers everything on your doorstep, from foodie hot spots and laneway cafes to chic boutiques and trendy bars. Life spills across the lanes and streets of this exceptionally stylish village.
Calibre is a home to treasure in Sydney’s most cosmopolitan and liveable city village.
+ Moments from Central Station, the new light rail and an array of bus networks connecting you to the City, East and beyond
+ Only 18 bespoke luxury apartments, north-facing
+ A communal garden rooftop with barbeque and entertaining facilities
+ Walking distance to UTS and the University of Sydney, and close proximity to Prince Alfred and Centennial Park
+ Paces from trendy bars, restaurants, endless cafes and everything you could need
+ Generous 2 bedroom penthouse with expansive floor to ceiling glazing
+ Miele appliances with marble benchtops, oak floors and timber veneers with accents of inlaid brass
+ Oversized balcony and basement storage
+ Secure underground car space
Be the first to live in this perfectly placed masterpiece.
Display suite open 10-14 Cooper St, Surry Hills
Wednesday 5pm - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 12pm
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