In a show of urban renewal, Golf House is transforming this untouched Surry Hills address with innovative architectural design and premium ground floor retail space.

For decades, the site was home to The Golf House, a Sydney institution with its neon sign becoming a cultural landmark piece now forming part of a collection at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. With such historic significance, this heritage site breathes a past life into the new walls of this building with the name Golf House paying homage to its heritage. 

The vision was to create a building with character and industrial materials such as copper and timber that speak to the history of the area.  Intricate copper detailing features throughout the building’s façade and creates a bold statement within the vibrant inner city suburb of Surry Hills. This, combined with the practicality and modern layout of a new apartment makes for a welcoming home rich with Surry Hills charm. 

Golf House has an underground carpark with car spaces for all two and three bedroom residences; an essential feature for inner city living. The secure car park will be fitted with the latest automatic number plate recognition for ease and efficiency. 

The ground floor of Golf House will come to life with a thriving space of food and drink as some of the city’s top cafés and restaurants make Surry Hills their new home. 

A tranquil roof deck featuring lush greenery and views towards the iconic central station clock tower,  provides a space for those wanting to relax and unwind or entertain with friends and family. 

The facade and ground floor retail space at Golf House Residences, Surry Hills

The outdoor terrace at Golf House Residences, Surry Hills

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.
— Collette Dinnigan, Lead Interior Designer