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Bourke & Phillip brings boutique elegance to Waterloo

Britely Property’s new boutique development, Bourke & Phillip, features north-facing designer apartments, landscaped gardens, a rooftop sky terrace and city views.

Bourke & Phillip brings boutique elegance to Waterloo


December 18th, 2015

Located in Surry Hills, Bourke & Phillip features 40 north facing 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, all designed by award-winning architects Environa Studio and DKO Architects. Each apartment offers a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor living, with abundant green spaces and communal areas.

“We are seeing a trend towards boutique buildings that offer exclusivity and uniqueness,” said Alex Sicari of Britely Property. “Bourke & Phillip’s inner city location, north-facing city views, attention to detail, combined with this uniqueness ensures desirability and long term value growth for owner occupiers and investors alike.”

One remarkable aspect about the Bourke & Phillip design is exclusivity of the northern facing city views, which cannot be built out. This means great views for the residents, and also a wonderful investment asset for the future.

Interiors, designed by DKO, have been laid out to create a feeling of space, uncommon to many apartments, and inner city living in general. A combined kitchen living area opens via slide-away glass walls to terraces or courtyards, designed for entertaining.

In the heart of Waterloo and moments from everything Sydney’s busy centre, Bourke & Phillip has now officially launched, with construction flagged to begin in early 2016 and completion proposed for mid 2017.

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