Orange Visitor & Travel Guide

APARTMENTS ON-THE-PARK - ORANGE

Apartments On-The-Park are around the green heart of Orange, Cook Park, Orange's favourite park.
All the accommodations are a short walk to the city centre, restaurants, coffee shops and sporting facilities. Apartments On-The-Park are in wonderful positions, they have quality furnishing, and a quiet ambiance in the centre of Orange.

Choose from one of these superb properties for your stay in Orange:


19 KITE STREET
This quiet and restful house has tasteful décor throughout and has three bedrooms and sleeps seven.
The dining room adjoins the kitchen and is separate from the lounge room. The sunny lounge room which faces north and opens out onto one of two paved outdoor ‘room’ with outdoor setting and a BBQ. There is large flat screen TV and DVD player in the lounge room.
There are two bathrooms with a toilet in each.
Cosy heating is provided by wood and reverse cycle AC and electric heater. The wood is supplied and the fire prepared for your arrival. Off street parking for one car.
Located opposite historic Cook Park and three blocks to the Orange CBD with golf, bowling clubs and coffee shops a 5 to 10 minute walk. It is also a pleasant walk to Moulder Park and the swimming pool.
Studio 19 is in the same house block. Details are below.


STUDIO 19
19 Kite St
 
Studio 19 is currently being built (Feb. 2018) and will be available in May.
It is located at the rear of 19 Kite St with its own entrance and car park.
It comprises a queen bed, cupboard, lounge, kitchen, TV, and dining facilities. The bathroom adjoins the main room. Heating and cooling via reverse cycle AC. Parking is off-street behind a lockable gate.
Studio 19 can be booked in conjunction with the main 3 bedroom house at 19 Kite Street (conditions apply) or separately. Together they provide accommodation for 4 couples. 
 

STUDIO 35
35 Kite Street

It has been described by guests as Orange’s best-kept secret. From the moment you step through the Clinton St entrance door saying Studio 35, and enter the walkway towards the studio, you enter that secret world. The decor is sensitively designed to include a queen bed, antique sideboard, dinner table, lounges, and TV. Adjoining the main room is a
kitchenette and a bathroom. There is a laundry which is off a small courtyard. It is quiet and
private. Parking is on-street.


47 MARCH STREET

Northern and western sun-soaked rooms are a feature of this three bedroom cottage that sleeps seven. There are three queen beds, one single and there are two bathrooms.
The large fully equipped kitchen adjoins the dining room with its colonial style dining setting and sideboard. The lounge room has comfortable seating and large leather lounges and has a large flat screen television.
Heating and cooling is by reverse cycle air conditioning. And natural gas heating for those really brisk winter days.
There is a large enclosed backyard with a BBQ and outdoor seating. The resident chooks enjoy a large permaculture designed garden and may supply you eggs for free cook-your-own-breakfast.
The parking is off-street and the house is pet-friendly (conditions may apply).
47 March Street is just two blocks from Cook Park and three blocks to the Orange CBD. Duntryleague Golf Club is close and there are delightful walks through the course and Moulder Park. It is a two-minute walk to the famous Byng St Coffee Shop and Eatery and three minutes to the cute Anything Grows Nursery and Coffee Shop.


32 PRINCE STREET

This light bright apartment is bathed with the northern sun. It has three bedrooms with queen beds and two bathrooms one with bath and walk-in shower. Air conditioning is throughout and there is a cosy gas heater for colder days. There is a beautiful kitchen and dining area, a lounge room with comfortable leather lounges and a large flat screen television. The parking is easy, right at the door and there is a lock up garage.
32 Prince Street is in a great position close to Orange CBD and shops, Duntryleague Golf Club, a brief walk to coffee shops in Byng and Summer Streets and only three blocks to Cook Park.


Kerry Cochrane
Ph 02 63618114
Mobile 0402 008 100 preferably or 0416 702 310
Email kcochrane5@bigpond.com
www.apartmentsonpark.com.au

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