IN the heart of Cottesloe, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment offers a fantastic lifestyle.
During the week grab a morning coffee from Cimbalino and take the train to work then enjoy a drink at Elba in the evening.
On the weekends catch up with friends at Vans Cafe, shop at the Boatshed and along Napoleon Street, or take a short stroll to Cottesloe Beach.
The owner said the apartment ticks every box and offers the ultimate in stylish, low-maintenance living.
The complex was an $11 million project developed and built by Australian Development Capital in 2013.
The owner bought the apartment off the plan and said the location, brightness and two car bays were a huge drawcard.
American white oak floorboards were added during the build phase and were finished in a bleach wash to enhance the coastal feel of the apartment.
Paintings by Australian artist Janine Daddo inspired the interior design, with the colours and finishings intended to highlight the artwork.
The well-appointed kitchen is has a marble feature wall and the spacious open-plan living and dining area overlooks a north-facing courtyard.
The owner said the space flowed on from the living area and was great for entertaining.
“It receives the morning and early afternoon sun and you have the a feeling of being in either Greece or an urban warehouse depending on where you look,” he said.
The apartment complex is small and the owner said it had a great community feel and the residents were always helpful.
“The complex is secure and the neighbours are always looking out for each other, which gives me great peace or mind as I travel frequently,” he said.
“The only reason we are selling is we intend to start a family and need some additional bedroom space.”