Golf House Residences – Surry Hills NSW

  • Key Information

  • Location: Surry Hills, NSW
  • Photographer: Felix Forest

Collette Dinnigan has infused her signature style and ethos for elegance into the interiors of an exciting new residential development, Golf House. Designed in collaboration with architect Peter Israel of PTI Architects, Golf House will feature 45 luxury residences and a vibrant ground-floor retail space; set to transform this untouched Surry Hills address.

For decades, the site was home to Sydney institution Sharpie’s Golf House. With such historic significance, the vision was to create a building with character and industrial materials such as brick, copper and timber that speak to the history of the area. This, combined with the practicality and modern layout of a brand new apartment makes for a welcome home; rich with Surry Hills charm.

“We laboured over the details that take an apartment from just being a space, to being a home full of warmth and character. The copper detailing on the façade will have a strong, bold presence but it’s the layout and flow of the residences that capture the natural light and the city views that create the joy we want this building to provide,” said Israel.

Collette Dinnigan adds, “we spent hours meticulously planning the design and layout of each of the residences. It was important for us to create a liveable, contemporary home ensuring each apartment has space to relax and entertain.”

Quality finishes feature throughout including Carrara marble benchtops and splashbacks in the kitchen, recycled wooden floors, ample storage and state-of-the-art Miele appliances in the kitchen and laundry to name just a few. Open plan kitchen and living spaces are at the heart of the home, whilst the bedrooms and bathrooms are designed to cater to all personal needs.

“Luxury and efficiency has been carefully considered in each space, with a great deal of time having gone into each aspect to ensure each area is easy to use and truly feels like a home” says Dinnigan.

Golf House will feature a selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences across seven floors along with an underground carpark fitted with the latest number plate recognition technology. A tranquil residents-only, north facing rooftop will be drenched with sunlight and will feature lush greenery and unobstructed views towards the CBD. This is just another element that will make Golf House one of the most sought after buildings in Sydney.

Golf House’s on-site sales suite opens to the public on May 21st


Bedroom featuring Madeleine Weinrib rug

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A Fred Williams etching sits above a nude by Guy Maestri both from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra.

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In a living space, from left to right, Nicholas Harding ink on paper and Paul Ryan oil on linen both from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra, Guaxs vase from Conley and Co.

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Carrara marble benchtops and splashbacks in the kitchen and bathroom with state-of-the-art Miele appliances

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Bathroom with Carrara Marble and plenty of storage space

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'No Man's Land' by Guy Maestri from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra, Brass standard lamp from Conley and Co, Chair from the Country Trader

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A selection of etchings by Fred Williams from Olsen Irwin, Woollahra sit on a side table decorated with an amethyst bowl, table lamp and shade, all from Conley & Co.

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CGI of the Golf House exterior

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Ceiling light by Eicholtz - Regency Distribution, features alongside painting by Guy Maestri. Kettle by Le Cruset

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A selection of Conley & Co. vases placed on a solid timber dining table from MCM House

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Relaxed living and simple comforts. Deep seated linen sofas and chairs from MCM House. Coffee table by Conley & Co.

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Resting on a bench seat from Orient House, a selection of favourite coffee table books

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