About this listing
The Courtyard is a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment with a cute little private courtyard. It is clean, modern and fresh. All our linen and towels are professionally cleaned. We are available to answer any questions!
The COURTYARD is a one bedroom apartment situated at the back of the complex. It has a king bed in the main bedroom and a double fold out sofa in the living room. You will also have the option to have two long singles for a small fee. This apartment has one bathroom off the living area and is recommended for 3-4 guests. It has a small, private courtyard and is on the ground floor. This apartment has a full size fridge/freezer. It has split system heating/cooling in the living room. We manage 7 other apartments in this building. This makes it great if you need to book with other friends and family who each want their own space.
At Position Perfect, we are a family owned business dedicated to providing guests with comfortable, and clean accommodation in prime
Melbourne locations. Whether it is for a relaxing holiday or a family visit, our apartments in Melbourne are the perfect self-catering properties with a homely, personal touch. With lovely properties in charming locations, our apartments are the perfect short-term accommodation choice.
As a family owned business, our own travelling and holiday renting experiences of 15 years have greatly influenced us. We know first hand
what makes the perfect stay and what has the potential to ruin it. With these experiences on board, we have committed ourselves to
providing our guests with apartments that are comfortable enough to feel like their second home. Whether this is through full kitchen and
laundry facilities, or our own friendly customer service, our attention to detail is unmatched.
The entire apartment will be for your private use during your stay. Included in the pricing for all our apartments is fresh, clean, quality linen and towels. Parking is also included free of charge. There is all day parking outside the complex for extra vehicles.
The kitchen has all the utensils you need to have a comfortable stay. There is a full kitchen, including oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. This apartment has a washing machine and dryer in the bathroom. The bathroom has a hairdryer and a small amount of toiletries. The apartment is equipped with an iron and an ironing board. A porta cot and high chair are also available for hire. Please let us know if you have young children so we can supply you with a small basket of toys for their use. This always helps keep them entertained and our guests have appreciated this very much.
Interaction with Guests
You may see us floating around the complex...or you may not! We make access to the apartment easy so meeting up and arranging times is not necessary. If you'd like us to come for a chat give us a shout out!
Brunswick is a vibrant, multicultural area with various cuisines on offer, especially on Sydney road with many cultures to explore; from Italian Deli's to Middle Eastern bakeries. Enjoy the culture of Sparta Place, a quaint and quirky lane-way just off Sydney road. Have a coffee at the popular Brunswick East Project Café or indulge at George Calombaris famous restaurant ‘Hellenic Republic'. There is plenty to do for the whole family!
Lygon Street also has delicious food, wonderful service and beautiful park-lands and really comes alive in the evening. The section of Lygon Street ‘East Brunswick' has really come to life. With well-known eateries such was Quattro Cento Gradi, world famous for their Margherita Pizza!
Brunswick is very central and accessible by tram to Melbourne's major attractions; the CBD, Museums, Carlton and The Zoo.
From the apartments you have access to some of Melbourne's finest restaurants, cafes, shops, pubs and live bands. Trams are 400m away which takes you directly into the CBD.
Other Things to Note
PARTIES AND FUNCTIONS ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED
Holiday Rental Code of Conduct – Version: 1.0 (March 2012)
Part 4 Holiday Rental House Rules for Guests and Visitors
DEFINITIONS USED IN THIS CODE
· Holiday Rental means rental of Property for holiday purposes within the maximum term
permitted for rental without a residential tenancy agreement under state and territory
residential tenancy legislation.
· Dwelling means a room or suite of rooms occupied or used or so constructed or adapted as to be capable of being occupied or used as a separate domicile.
· Guest means a person who stays overnight in the Property during the term of the
· Manager means the Owner or another person appointed by the Owner (such as a real
estate agent), who is responsible for renting the Property.
· Noise means any sound which is offensive to occupiers of neighbouring properties.
· Owner means the person or entity who owns the Property. It includes the lessee of a
Property who sublets or licences it to others for Holiday Rental.
· Property means Dwellings and residential premises
· Visitor means a person a Guest invites or permits to visit the Property during the term of
the occupancy who does not stay overnight.
4.1 General requirements
a) Guest and Visitors must comply with all House Rules, By-Laws and instructions from the
Manager and security services during their stay; and
b) Guests must notify the Manager of any disputes or complaints from neighbours as soon as possible.
4.2 Noise and Residential amenity
a) Guests and Visitors must not create noise which is offensive to occupiers of neighbouring
properties especially between 10pm -8am and during arrival and departure at any time
throughout the occupancy;
b) Offensive noise is prohibited and may result in termination of permission to occupy the
Property, eviction, loss of rental paid and extra charges for security and other expenses
which may be deducted from your Credit Card or Bond under the Terms and Conditions;
c) Guests and Visitors must not engage in anti-social behaviour and must minimise their
impact upon the residential amenity of neighbours and local community.
Guests are responsible for ensuring that Visitors comply with these House Rules.
•Only the guests nominated and agreed in the Booking may stay in the Property over night. If any other guests stay, extra charges may apply or the agreement may be terminated without refund.
4.4 Gatherings or functions
a) The Property is not a “party house" and any such activities are strictly prohibited; and
b) Any gathering, celebration or entertainment permitted at a Property must not conflict with
residential amenity and must comply with all the other requirements.
a) Guests and Visitors are to comply with parking regulations and other requirements set out below and show consideration to neighbours and other vehicles.
Parking arrangements for each Property are as follows:
BRUNSWICK – ALL APARTMENTS
Please park only in the parking space which number corresponds with your apartment number.
CARLTON PARIS STYLE APARTMENT
There is no allocated parking space on the property. The parking permit supplied on the kitchen bench allows you to park in any resident parking zone 4C for unrestricted time periods.
There is a $150 charge for loss or damage of the parking permit. The permit MUST be left in the apartment prior to departure, if it is not left in the apartment it will be deemed lost and charges as above will apply.
CARLTON COURTYARD APARTMENT
The car space is at the back of the complex accessed through the side lane- Powell Lane off Faraday Street. Please only park in space marked ‘3'; if someone is parked in this space illegally, it is difficult for us to do anything to assist you. We would recommend leaving a note on the windscreen asking them to move the car ASAP and send us a text so we can try and assist you where possible.
Parking is strictly in parking space ‘5' which is in the middle garage on Cameron street, and is the space to the left marked 5. The remote control found on the kitchen bench will open this door and this will indicate to you where to park. Please keep to the left and be mindful of the resident parking next to you. The garage door MUST be closed at all times once you have parked or left the premises. If your car cannot fit in the parking space, you may use the residential visitors parking permit which is on the kitchen bench. There is a $150 charge for loss or damage of the parking permit. The permit MUST be left in the apartment prior to departure, if it is not left in the apartment it will be deemed lost and charges as above will apply.
4.6 Garbage and recycling
Guests and Visitors are to dispose of garbage and recycling in accordance with the usual practice at the Property (as set out below) in the allocated bins, and excess rubbish must not be left in public or common areas- see section 4.13 AND 4.14for details.
Garbage and recycling arrangements for each Property are as follows:
BRUNSWICK- ALL APARTMENTS
Council garbage bins are located at the front of the property. When facing the apartment block you will see a gate to your right. Open this gate and you will find the garbage bins in here. Please dispose of ALL your garbage before your departure.
CARLTON – BOTH APARTMENTS
Garbage and recycling bins are located downstairs along the fence. If your stay falls on a Tuesday night, could you please do us the courtesy of taking the large green bin, marked with your apartment number, out onto the curb for collection and bring it in on Wednesday. Please note that a $20 fee applies if the rubbish goes uncollected, as is this is unfair to the next guest.
Garbage and recycling bins are located downstairs near the stairwell. ALL garbage must be taken to these bins prior to departure.
Whenever you are absent from the Property, close all windows and doors to maintain security and prevent rain and water damage. Please also ensure the gates to the property are closed.
4.8 Swimming pool/spa (if applicable) N/A
4.9 Deck and balcony areas
Please keep noise to a minimum when utilising the outdoor areas. Please also remove all rubbish prior to departure. Please do not hang clothing, blankets etc. over the balcony railing
Smoking is not permitted in any property- see sections 4.13 AND 4.14 for details
Pets are not permitted on any property- see sections 4.13 AND 4.14 for details
4.12 BBQ N/A
4.13 Damages and breakages
•Damages and breakages must be reported to the Manager. You are responsible for damage, breakages, theft and loss of the Property and any part of it during your stay. You must notify us of this immediately. Management may recover from you repair or replacement cost (at Management's discretion)
•We understand that if you are with a group, using multiple apartments, that you may end up sharing plates, cups etc. PLEASE ensure that you have put all the correct items back in the appropriate apartment. Any misplaced items will be deemed lost or broken and will thus incur a fee.
•Linen and towels are not to leave the apartment and excessive spoilage may incur additional cleaning fees.
4.14 On departure arrangements
Arrangements for keys, security, dishwashing, rubbish, etc. are:
•Before departure, all food must be removed from fridges, all rubbish put in the appropriate council rubbish bins provided, and crockery and cutlery washed and packed away. The Property must be left in a clean and tidy condition, extra charges will be at discretion of Management.
•All furniture and furnishings must be left in the position they were in when you arrived
•If possible Duvet covers, pillow cases and sheets can be removed and placed in a pile on the bathroom floor
•The property should be vacated on time and secured. All windows and doors are to be locked.
•The keys and/or parking permit should be left on the kitchen bench and the door must be locked behind you. One set of keys must be securely locked in the keysafe you retreived them from.
•You are responsible for the safekeeping of accommodation keys. Single keys will incur a minimum $70 charge to replace. Keys with a remote control will incur a $150 charge to replace. Should a locksmith be required, the invoice will be sent to you + an $80 call outfee. The balance of such will be taken from your credit card or bond.
•Extra cleaning charges may be incurred for the cleaning of dirty dishes, washing machine, dryer, emptying the fridge, removal of excessive rubbish, removal of excessive smells, hairs etc. Should the cleaning fee be more than the usual cost for cleaning the property, you will be charged the additional costs over and above the normal cleaning fee which will be charged to your credit card or taken from your bond. This rate will be at the discretion of management.
4.15 Emergency Contact
In the event of an emergency relating to the Property, please telephone Danielle or Ruth on +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) OR Con on +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
•In the case of any problem or complaint, you must inform Management at the earliest opportunity so Management has the chance to rectify the situation as quickly and efficiently as possible. You must allow repair/service access to the property during reasonable hours.
•Failure to follow this procedure this may hinder the ability of Management to rectify the problem or complaint and reduce or extinguish any issue you may have.
We recommend all guests purchase travel insurance since Management are not responsible for any injuries, illness or accidents that may occur whilst staying at our property.
a) Breach of these House Rules is a breach of the Terms and Conditions of occupancy.
b) The Owner and Manager reserve the right to terminate permission to occupy and to evict
from the Property, Guests or Visitors who refuse to follow these House Rules or who cause
GENERAL BODY CORPORATE BY-LAWS
The occupier of a lot must not create noise likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of a person lawfully on another lot or the common property.
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval-
a)park a vehicle, or allow a vehicle to stand, on the common property; or
b)permit an invitee to park a vehicle, or allow a vehicle to stand, on the common property
The occupier of a lot must not obstruct the lawful use of common property by someone else
DAMAGES TO LAWNS, ETC. ON COMMON PROPERTY
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval-
a)damage a lawn, garden, tree, shrub, plant, flower on the common property; or
b)use part of the common property as a garden
DAMAGE TO COMMON PROPERTY
An occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval, mark, paint, drive nails, screws or other objects into or otherwise damage or deface a structure that forms part of the common property.
CHILDREN PLAYING ON COMMON PROPERTY
An occupier of a lot must not allow children to play on the common property. It is prohibited for skateboards or bicycles to be ridden on the common property.
BEHAVIOUR OF INVITEES
An occupier of a lot must take reasonable steps to ensure that the occupier's invitees do not behave in a way likely to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of another lot or the common property.
LEAVING OF RUBBISH, ETC. ON COMMON PROPERTY
The occupier of a lot must not leave rubbish or other materials on the common property in a way or place likely to interfere with the enjoyment of the common property by someone else.
APPEARANCE OF LOT
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval, make a change to the external appearance of the lot unless the change is minor and does not detract from the amenity of the lot and its surrounds.
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval-
a)hang washing, bedding, or another cloth article if the article is visible from another lot or the common property, or from outside the scheme of land, or
b)display a sign, advertisement, place card, banner, pamphlet or similar article if the article is visible from another lot or the common property, or from outside the scheme land.
STORAGE OF FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval, store a flammable substance on the common property.
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval, store a flammable substance on the lost unless the substance is used or intended for use for domestic purposes.
Unless the body corporate provides some other way of garbage disposal, the occupier of a lot must keep a receptacle for garbage in a clean and dry condition and adequately covered on the lot, or on a part of the common property designated by the body corporate for the purpose.
The occupier of a lot must-
a)comply with all local government local laws regarding the disposal of garbage, and
b)ensure that the occupier does not, in disposing of garbage, adversely affect the health, hygiene or comfort of the occupiers of other lots.
KEEPING OF ANIMALS
The occupier of a lot must not, without the Body Corporate's written approval
a)bring animals or keep an animal on the lot or the common property, or
b)permit an invitee to bring or keep an animal in the lot or the common property
The occupier must obtain the Body Corporate's written approval before bringing, or permitting an invitee to bring an animal onto the lot or the common property.