WITH bids on auction day starting at $350,000, there is plenty of interest anticipated for the two custom-designed apartments that are up for sale in this well-located complex.
The apartments, located a short walk to Tomato Lake and Belmont Forum shopping centre, were designed by Broadview Design.
“You can really feel the difference – it’s well thought-out, letting in heaps of natural light and the space has been utilised really nicely,” selling agent Hasi Kodagoda said.
“The owners are keeping the remaining four apartments because the love the location and the quality of the build.
“The always planned to keep some so they built them with that in mind and this really shows through.”
The homes are finished to a top standard and feature open-plan layouts, generous light-filled living spaces, contemporary styling and alfresco entertaining courtyards.
They also feature cleverly concealed European-style laundries, ceiling fans and built-in robes to all bedrooms, and allocated parking bays.
Buyers can also expect high-end finishes including stone benchtops in the kitchens, split-system airconditioning, instantaneous gas hot-water systems, easy-care flooring, and secure gated intercom access.
“The finish of these apartments is immaculate, crisp and clean,” Mr Kodagoda said.
“They will suit executives and first-home owners as well as Baby Boomers looking for a lock-up-and-leave lifestyle.
“The two available ground-floor apartments have grassed courtyards that will suit a small dog, which is a rarity with apartments.”
The complex is also conveniently positioned to the CBD, Perth Airport, Crown Perth and future Perth Stadium.