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Linley Point Harbourview, Sydney Suburbs

With magnificent views across to Riverview College and down the Lane Cove River to the Harbour Bridge, our cottage is in one of Sydney‘s nicest locations. Linley Point is part of Lane Cove, a quiet leafy suburb on the Lower North Shore. Our cottage is surrounded by beautiful homes with friendly neighbours and well-maintained gardens.

From the moment you arrive, you will be impressed with the beauty of the area. Our two-bedroom brick cottage accommodates up to four persons and is rated 3.5 Stars by AAA Tourism. It has a large living area with remote control television, large master bedroom with Queen size bed, a separate second bedroom with single bed and divan in the living room. The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge – freezer and microwave, cooktop, griller and oven. There is a bathroom with shower and toilet, and a separate laundry. All linen is supplied and electric blankets in the winter months.

We are close to public transport with regular services to Sydney CBD and Chatswood.

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S/C Cottage

self Containted Cottage


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