A new age of elegance at The Hensley, Potts Point

Market Insights
7 years ago
3 minutes
With its Art Deco facade The Hensley from established developer Roxy-Pacific ushers in a new Belle Époque for the desirable inner city suburb of Potts Point.
Located on Bayswater Road, tucked between Woolloomooloo and Elizabeth Bay, the exclusive address of this stunning mixed-use project is designed to capture the very essence of Sydney urban living, with village charm just 3km from the CBD.
The Hensley represents the rejuvenated Potts Point perfectly and award-winning architects Woods Bagot’s bold architectural statement perfectly captures its past and present.
Behind its historic façade, The Hensley’s contemporary structure graduates from brick to modern steel and glass. Over 8 levels the 44 north-east facing 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments coexist harmoniously with the heritage architecture of the surrounding streets.
Herringbone floors beneath luxurious high ceilings add sophistication to light-filled, spacious living areas. Exposed brick feature walls and crafted joinery create an undoubtedly contemporary underlying ambience while a choice of two colour schemes – one darker and bolder, the other lighter and brighter – allows residents to add their personal stamp to the interior design. 
Kitchen stone benchtops and splashbacks are styled in pietra grey or statuario white add to the sense of old-time elegance, tempered contemporary cabinetry and open shelving. The features are echoed in the bathroom, where a stunning stone feature bench and wall detailing punctuates the tiles and contemporary cabinetry. Completing the luxe experience is old English-style tapware and indulgently large mirrors.
The Hensley’s spacious balconies extend seamlessly from its living spaces for the ultimate in harmonious indoor-outdoor living. Entertain while enjoying the view over quietly buzzing leafy streets out to Rushcutters Bay or head up to the rooftop terrace where three distinct areas create private nooks for entertaining or quiet relaxation.
Rich with art deco history and modern sophistication, Potts Point’s leafy streets are lined with cafes and restaurants, bars and boutiques, and there’s a lively village buzz in the air reminiscent of Manhattan. Bustling eateries and bars boast some of Sydney’s nest culinary names, while fresh produce markets pop up under the shade of towering old trees.
The Hensley will also boast its own café hotspot at the ground floor level – perfect for grabbing a quick latté before work or meeting up with friends and family for a Sunday afternoon glass of wine.
At the gateway to the eastern suburbs, commuting from Potts Point is so simple – it’s just two stops to Town Hall from Kings Cross station or an invigorating 15-minute walk to the CBD. Combined with its leafy, tucked away feel, lifestyle elements and the sheltered bay nearby, Potts Point’s distinctive village vibe feels like a stylish retreat in the heart of the city.
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