Calling Aperture home means choosing a lifestyle in perfect balance. Here you can immerse yourself in a creative, cultured community then escape to a private urban sanctuary that reflects Marrickville’s unique aesthetic and imaginative design culture. A close-knit neighbourhood with a rich character all of its own, multicultural Marrickville offers a charmingly rare sense of community.


The area has emerged as an artistic Inner West address respectful of its heritage while supportive of new ideas and inventive endeavours. Its café culture, live music scene, artisan shops and eclectic calendar of events make it one of Sydney’s most vibrant destinations on the forefront of Sydney’s evolving city fringe. Aperture harnesses Marrickville’s distinctive, creative atmosphere and translates it into a modern living environment.

Set on a high point, the apartments capture sweeping district views, with some residences enjoying 270-degree panoramic views of the city skyline and Botany Bay. Clever architectural design ensures that all apartments harness northerly sun. Alfresco spaces are generous, with apartments on the eastern corner featuring wraparound balconies.

Polyurethane joinery is complemented by feature cabinetry, styled to blend seamlessly into the kitchen’s sleek aesthetic. Waterfall island benches in ‘White Attica’ CaesarStone create a strong focal point, while quality stainless steel Smeg appliances include wall-ovens for easy functionality.

Timber-grain floor and feature wall tiles add a warm touch to bathrooms, with contrasting chrome hardware accents. Solid timber floors in the living spaces have an enduring elegance, while fully ducted air-conditioning keeps living spaces and bedrooms temperate year round.

Quintessential Inner West living revolves around village life and the luxury of having everything you need so effortlessly close to home. Aperture is tucked away just moments from the heart of Marrickville, meaning you’ll rarely need to get in your car, and a leisurely walk or public transport will take you wherever you need to go.

Having the train station an easy two minute walk from your doormakes commuting is a breeze, with a journey to Town Hall taking just 17 minutes. One stop away, Sydenham station connects to the new Metro rail network, while the new Light Rail has a station one stop away in Dulwich Hill, taking you close to both Sydney Uni and the UNSW. A variety of bus routes are also only footsteps away, and local schools, both private and public, are highly regarded.

Prices are changing between A$650,000 and A$965,000 in project.

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