65C Hay Street
Agency: The Property Exchange
Contact: Niki Peinke on 0411 428 117 or Chelsea Peinke on 0423 384 317
THE owner said this contemporary, spacious loft-style apartment was a private retreat in an urban space, with city life only a few steps away.
The location was a key attraction when they bought the home.
“It’s close to the CBD and West Perth,” they said.
“The apartment is on the second storey, private, very secure and not overlooked, elevated above all the action with plenty of Subiaco’s cafes, restaurants, bars, galleries and amenities close by.”
The apartment is one of only four in the building, which added to its appeal. Campion Design Group director Andrew Campion designed the building, which is a mix of commercial and residential property, in 2003 and still has his office on the ground floor.
The owner said his presence ensured the building remained well maintained and aesthetically pleasing.
Entry to the home is via the courtyard and patio which leads to an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area.
“The lounge, with solid timber flooring and a wall of glass doors opening to the courtyard, is a lovely space,” the owner said.
“The high ceilings and north-facing aspect mean it is a light-filled space, but it doesn’t receive direct sunlight because of the laser-cut decorative panels above the doors.
“The courtyard is equally a great space because it is private and secure and not overlooked.”
The kitchen has been updated and has white gloss and timber-look cabinetry, a glass splashback, over-bench lighting and quality appliances, including an integrated Gorenje fridge.
There are two bedrooms towards the back of the home; both have built-in robes.
The master also has an ensuite with stone floor tiles, white textured wall tiles and a shower with semi-frameless screen. There is a second bathroom with a hidden recess for a washing machine. n