ARTWORK is optional in this seventh-floor apartment; the views are a masterpiece in their own right.
Like the owners, you could host dinners with the beautiful city skyline as a backdrop, watch the Australia Day fireworks, or just enjoy your morning coffee on the balcony and watch the activity on the river.
“The best view is from the balcony towards the city, Swan River and Kings Park,” they said.
“Each bedroom has a view and the living area has double-height floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise the views.”
The home has a generous floor plan and is built over two levels.
The first level includes a bedroom, bathroom, laundry and open-plan living, dining and kitchen area.
Tinted windows in the living area ensure comfort and privacy while allowing you to take in the magnificent outlook.
Catering for those Australia Day parties will be a breeze in the stunning kitchen, with marble benchtops, smoked mirror cabinetry, glass splashbacks and Miele appliances.
The balcony includes a built-in kitchenette, handy for when you host more casual gatherings.
Take the stairs to the second level, with two bedrooms, both with ensuites and built-in robes.
The master also has a television/tallboy nook with phone, cable and power points.
The home has been finished to a very high standard with stone flooring in the living area and Tasmanian oak flooring in the bedrooms.
The bathrooms all have floor-to-ceiling tiling, marble benchtops, frameless glass shower screens and rainfall showerheads.
The location, like the views, is incredible.
The owners said they could walk to Elizabeth Quay and Northbridge for dinners, nights out and afternoon coffees – and if you do not want to walk, you can take the free CAT bus.
Kings Park is just around the corner and there is easy access to the freeway.
The home is for sale by open negotiation.