The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door

The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door
The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door
The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door
The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door
The Social: former Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club transformed to give buyers a foot in the door

AN off-the-plan apartment development will offer homebuyers the chance to get a foot in the door into Fremantle’s sought-after West End.

Once home to the Fremantle Workers’ Social & Leisure Club, The Social apartment complex opens the tightly held precinct at a time when the appetite for Fremantle property remains strong.

“Fremantle is in the midst of some major gentrification with many new and exciting developments underway or about to begin, making it the ultimate place for savvy property buyers to explore,” developer Australian Development Capital’s Adam Zorzi said.

“The Social is a project for investors, downsizers and new-home buyers to take a slice of some of Fremantle’s most sought-after real estate.”

Located at 7 Henry Street, the complex will consist of four storeys in keeping with the exclusive area’s design and is a short walk to the famous Cappuccino Strip, The Esplanade and Fremantle Markets.

“The West End is really the heart and soul of Fremantle with its cultural buzz, heritage roots and café culture literally on the doorstep of The Social,” Mr Zorzi said.

“This makes it a genuine world-class destination and an excellent location for homeowners and investors to purchase property.”

Designed by Matthews & Scavalli Architects and with a facade featuring artwork by Eveline Kotai, The Social’s contemporary architecture and interiors is juxtaposed brilliantly against raw, exposed structural elements across the 22 homes.

“The inspiration for the design and finishes for The Social were cherry-picked from the best apartment design worldwide from Melbourne to New York, but with a quintessential Fremantle twist,” Mr Zorzi said.

“We’ve paid homage to Fremantle’s roots with an industrial edge overlaid on to a clean, modern aesthetic, which has broad appeal.”

There are eight one-bedroom units, 12 two-bedroom apartments, as well as two double-storey, three-bedroom penthouses available.

Key features in each apartment, which start from about $500,000, include seamless cabinetry, stone benchtops, state-of-the-art appliances and thoughtful design to capture natural light and the Fremantle Doctor.

Amenities include car stackers, a central atrium that plunges light into the core of the building, and operable screens that offer climatic control.

A feature that will entice homebuyers with green thumbs is the urban rooftop garden, which offers residents an allotted space to grow herbs, fruit and vegetables that will be landscaped with integrated planters.

The garden will also provide a unique green space to relax, socialise and take in the magnificent ocean vistas.

For more, visit www.socialonhenry.com.au.