North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million

North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million
North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million
North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million
North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million
North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million
North Fremantle, 19/2 Tasker Place – From $1.3 million

THE ultimate lifestyle is waiting for you in North Fremantle.

With the winners of the Cancer Council WA’s first Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery choosing to take the $1.4 million cash prize, buyers now have the chance to purchase the major prize, a fully-furnished, luxury Taskers penthouse.

Close your eyes and picture yourself living on the top floor of the Regent building.

You can entertain in style or just relax and take in the glorious views on the two private balconies, which have been finished in travertine tiles and have timber-lined ceilings.

Enjoy an easy flow of indoor/outdoor living in the home, which has a relaxed beach vibe and where every room is filled with natural light and gentle breezes, and double-glazed windows and doors ensure peace and serenity.

Wander in the 3000sq m of gardens, which include a fruit orchard and herb garden for residents’ use, or take a dip in the resort-style, solar-heated 25m lagoon pool.

If you want to walk a little further afield you are just 350m from the river and 450m from the beach.

There is nothing you need to do except move in and enjoy the good life – all furniture in the two-bedroom, two bathroom apartment is included in the sale and has been selected and styled by interior designer Emma Duggan of Akiva Designs.

The open-plan living area, which opens to one of the balconies, has oak timber flooring and the kitchen, with breakfast bar, includes stainless steel Gaggenau appliances.

The laundry has Miele appliances.

Both bedrooms open to the second balcony and the master bedroom has a large walk-in robe and ensuite with a bath.

From the advertising to the agent’s fees, every aspect of the sale has been contributed free of charge and all proceeds will go to the Cancer Council.

Offers from $1.3 million are due by 5pm on September 27.