Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

UN­IN­TER­RUPTED views of the Perth sky­line await the new own­ers at ev­ery turn in this beau­ti­ful Parker Street apart­ment.

On the banks of the South Perth penin­sula, the north-fac­ing unit is high on the 18th floor of the lofty com­plex.

Ex­pect mag­nif­i­cent panora­mas from ev­ery room, with the lounge boast­ing some of the best views pos­si­bly.

“The lounge ac­tu­ally has a raised floor that was spe­cially made for the apart­ment so that you don’t have to crane your neck to en­joy the views,” sell­ing agent Adrian Bal­lard said.

“You can see all the way to Fre­man­tle and all the way round to the Hills.

“And be­ing smack-bang on the front of the fore­shore, you will never lose the views and it will never get built out.”

Only a short stroll to the fore­shore, Mends Street cafe precinct and ferry to the city, there is even more on of­fer with this lux­u­ri­ous home.

Mr Bal­lard said the apart­ment, which is on a pe­ri­odic lease at $550 a week, would be ideal for in­vestors, busy pro­fes­sion­als or re­tirees.

“It will be per­fect for pro­fes­sion­als who travel a lot or an older cou­ple who are down­siz­ing or jet-set­ting,” he said.

“It’s very good as far as se­cu­rity goes, it has an el­e­va­tor and the strata man­agers take care of ev­ery­thing, so there’s noth­ing to worry about.”

The floor­plan fea­tures an open-plan lounge and din­ing room, while the mod­ern kitchen is stylish and prac­ti­cal, and of­fers a lovely out­look to Kings Park.

It in­cludes stain­less-steel ap­pli­ances, a dish­washer, mi­crowave shelf, plenty of cup­board space and tiled splash­backs.

Both bed­rooms are spa­cious and have built-in robes.

The home comes with two ded­i­cated se­cure park­ing bays air­con­di­tion­ing and stone bench­tops in all wet ar­eas.

The com­plex also of­fers res­i­dents use of the very well-main­tained pool.

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