Relax in comfort in this stylish and modern 2 bedroom apartment overlooking the infinity edge lap pool.
3.4km to CBD and 20 minute walk to Suncorp Stadium.
Close to cafes, restaurants, shops, supermarket and public transport.
This recently renovated apartment is located on the ground floor of our home in a quiet street nestled between Paddington Central and Rosalie.
Two comfortable double bedrooms both with ensuite.
Easy self catering using the full size equipped kitchen with VZUG appliances.
Woolworths supermarket and bottle shops close by.
Relax with FOXTEL on the Smart TV.
Enjoy fresh air on the deck and take a swim in the pool.
Complimentary selection of teas and Nespresso coffee provided along with cereal and milk for a light breakfast.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the ground floor of the house with PIN activated private entry.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Glad to welcome you if we’re home and happy to answer any questions you may have. We appreciate privacy and assume you do too!
We have two sausage dogs who are very friendly but also territorial and will bark. They are mostly indoor dogs however they will be roaming the yard from time to time so you might meet them on your way in and out.
One of our dogs loves a swim and might even join you in the pool if she hears you splashing about!
Maximum of four guests only
Maximum of 4 visitors allowed in addition to the registered guests
Visitors must leave the property by 10pm
Keep noise to a minimum after 10pm as a courtesy to our neighbours
Do not use candles
Smoking is only allowed outside on the deck with the sliding door shut
Please dispose of all butts in the ashtray provided
Our grass is synthetic and will be damaged by a burning cigarette so please do not flick butts into the yard
SWIMMING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK
No jumping into the pool (bombing)
No glass in the pool area
Please leave the kitchen (including the oven) how you found it - clean and tidy
Our rubbish is collected Tuesday morning - place your rubbish (red lid) and recycling (yellow lid) in the bins found on the driveway on Monday night