SELLING agent Chelsea Peinke said this home was not your average one-bedroom apartment.
“The style is a mix of modern and industrial; it’s full of funky angles and plenty of windows that allow the natural light to bounce right through the home,” she said.
“It feels like a New York loft apartment, but without all the street noise.
“It faces north, which keeps it nice and cosy in winter and protects it from the traffic noise from Nicholson Road.”
Built over two levels, the home is beautifully presented and very easy on the eye.
There is an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with modern carpet and downlights on the lower level.
The attractive kitchen, with tiled flooring, has dark laminate benchtops that contrast nicely with the beech laminate cupboards and drawers, stainless steel appliances and a large pantry.
The living area opens to a tiled balcony with views over the rooves and treetops of Subiaco.
An industrial-style staircase with steel rails and cables leads to the upper level and the bedroom, bathroom, study/dressing room and storeroom.
The bathroom has a neutral colour scheme, beech laminate vanity unit, shower and separate bath, and toilet.
There is a laundry/powder room downstairs.
The home is in a group of four, on the Subiaco/Shenton Park border.
Ms Peinke said it was brilliantly located.
“You have a choice of coffee shops at your doorstep and are central to all of the shops and amenities of both Subiaco and Shenton Park,” she said.
“Train and bus routes are just a stroll away.”
Ms Peinke said it would suit a discerning single or executive couple.
“For all of the same reasons that it would suit an owner occupier, it would also provide a solid, no-fuss investment,” she said.