Arthouse apartments in demand

Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand
Arthouse apartments in demand

RESORT-STYLE apartment living is proving a popular choice with homebuyers looking in Perth’s northern suburbs, with Joondalup’s Arthouse apartments registering strong demand since the launch in March this year.

Forty apartments have sold since the 17-storey complex was announced, offering a total of 198 homes designed by Hillam Architects, 256 car bays as well as four commercial tenancies.

Buyers are also attracted to the luxurious resort-style amenities, including the 15m lap pool, spa and sauna, residents’ lounge, dining facilities, outdoor cabana, fully equipped gym, games room and outdoor cinema.

The $40 million Arthouse apartments are located at 113 Grand Boulevard in walking distance to the train station, Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City, the Joondalup Health Campus and Edith Cowan University, and offer views of Lake Joondalup from the upper levels.

There are 31 apartment types with studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and penthouse configurations available, and prices start from $338,000.

All apartments come with a balcony and storeroom and will be finished to a high standard, including extras such as AEG cooking appliances, stone kitchen benchtops, airconditioning and quality flooring.

Buyers are also given the opportunity to choose from one of four distinct colour schemes to suit their taste,.

For more, visit the display site on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11.30am-1.30pm, and Saturdays and Sundays, noon-2pm at 113 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup, or visit www.arthousejoondalup.com.au.