DO NOT miss this chance to own the ultimate in luxury living in an enviable location.
From this new penthouse apartment you can walk into the CBD.
If you like to exercise you have Mount Street to challenge you and all of Kings Park to enjoy.
Designed by award-winning architect Barry Baltinas, the home is on level five of the exclusive Halo on Mount complex and is the last apartment available.
The home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, kitchen, dining, large open-plan living area and two enclosable winter-garden balconies.
From the balconies you will enjoy views over the river, CBD and Mount Street.
Inside, 3.5m high ceilings provide a feeling of space while well-placed circular windows and skylights bring in plenty of natural light.
The standout feature of the living space is the massive halo window, described as a lens through which the highest city buildings seem close enough to touch.
The striking kitchen has Miele appliances, including fully-integrated fridges and freezers, and stone benchtops.
An adjoining space includes a built-in Miele wine fridge and bar cabinetry and is easily accessible from the kitchen and dining room.
If you enjoy entertaining, or just spending time relaxing outdoors, you will adore the alfresco area on the roof-top.
It includes a state-of-the-art kitchen, bar and built-in barbecue, glass-fronted plunge pool with LED lighting and an air-conditioned pavilion with retractable roof and walls.
The view is incredible.
The master bedroom is a large, private north-facing sanctuary and has direct access to the balcony overlooking Mount Street.
There is a luxury ensuite, with floor-to-ceiling- black and white ‘New York’ Italian marble, and his-and-hers walk-in robes.
Two more bedrooms are in the south wing of the penthouse.
Additional features included parking for four cars, extra storage, and at licensed boutique cafe a street level – why not grab a morning coffee on your way to work.
There are also a range of sustainability features in the complex including tanks for water harvesting, solar energy to support power to common areas and sound insulations and acoustic glazing.