Entire home/apt
4 Guests
1 Bedroom
4 Beds
$97
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Per Month
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An open plan apartment, with its own spacious garden. Self-contained, bathroom, 1 double bedroom, plus 2 single beds in the open plan area. Mosman is a smart Sydney suburb, the harbour on 3 sides, 15 minutes from city centre.

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The entry space if popular for drinks and nibbles at the end of a day's work or sight seeing.

The entry space if popular for drinks and nibbles at the end of a day's work or sight seeing.

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The Space
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 4
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM

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Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $574 /week
Monthly Price: $1892 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

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Availability
2 nights minimum stay
Dining/kitchen area has its own gas heater. Note 2 steps up into bathroom on left side of photo.

Dining/kitchen area has its own gas heater. Note 2 steps up into bathroom on left side of photo.

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About the Host, John

John
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Member since November 2010
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour
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  • John
  • Bridgepoint Shopping Centre

    5 minutes by ca from Studio Yindi to Bridgepoint Shopping Centre. You have access to fantastic fruit and vegetables at Harris Farm Markets, great meat at Bundies, superb fresh fish at Di Costis,
    Mosman NSW 2088
  • Chinamans Beach

    Not even many Mosman locals know where Chinamans Beach is located. Lovely park for picnics, parking, a superb beach that is great for young kids, explore the rocks at either end of beach.
    Mosman NSW 2088
  • Middle Harbour Yacht Club

    Great place for a drink at the end of the day. Small beach in the marina where kids can paddle from sandy beach. Quality restaurant.
    Mosman 2008
  • Balmoral Beach

    This is a harbour beach, so no waves, but very safe for children. Get down there early just after sunrise to see the beach at its best, and lots of free parking before 0800.
    Sydney NSW
  • Woolworths Neutral Bay

    A suberb Woolworths. Lots of parking. You can get off the 243 from the city, buy some food, then get on the next 243 to take you home to Studio Yindi.
    Grosvenor Street Neutral Bay NSW 2089
  • Mosman Rowers

    Mosman Bay is my favorite place in Mosman for a drink by the water at the Rowers. Watch the ferries come and go. Maybe have a picnic in Harnett Park, and even a swim or some fishing.
    Centenary Dr Mosman NSW 2088
  • Taronga Zoo

    One of the worlds great zoos, if you want to see Australias unique animals. Superb view and photo opportunity from the Chimpanzee Enclosure, over to the city , Bridge and Opera House.
    Bradleys Head Road Mosman NSW 2088
  • Chowder Bay

    Great place to swim in the morning, as it faces east. Popular for fishing from the jetty. Snorkel to find sea horses. One of the smallest coffee shops in the world on the north side - Bacinos
    Sydney NSW
  • Taylors Bay

    This little bay still has the same bushland which was there when the British convict fleet arrived in Sydney harbour on 6-jan-1788.
    Sydney NSW
  • Middle Head Main Gun Emplacements

    The first fortifications in Australia were built here in 1801. Lots of forts were added for the Crimean War in the 1890s, WW I in (phone number hidden) and WW II to keep the Japanese out of Sydney Harbour.
    Old Fort Road Mosman NSW 2088
  • Cremorne Point

    Here is a superb harbourside walk, starting in Mosman Bay, then south around Cremorne Point, where you suddenly see breathtaking views of the Bridge and Opera House. Have a swim at McCallum Pool too.
    Cremorne Point NSW 2090
  • Bradleys Head

    Explore this area via the walking track starting at Taronga Zoo Wharf and bus stop. Walk south east to Bradleys Head, then north to another bus stop at Chowder Bay. Breathtaking views of the harbour
    Sydney NSW

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