LIVE IN THE LAP OF LUXURY

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

CRE­ATIVELY de­signed to max­imise its 283sq m land hold­ing, this three­bed­room apart­ment of­fers an im­pres­sive 206sq m of living space.

Add to this two 42sq m ter­race bal­conies and the com­mon rooftop en­ter­tain­ing area and this is eas­ily one for busy, in­ner-city buy­ers.

De­signed by An­thony To­masso Ar­chi­tects and built by Prada Constructions, this jaw-drop­ping home is one of only four in the chic com­plex and de­liv­ers sleek, ho­tel-in­spired styling through­out its freeflow­ing floor plan.

The swanky res­i­dence comes with pri­vate lift ac­cess, which opens into a glam­orous en­try hall­way.

“It’s re­ally good for re­tirees with the lift to the en­trance; it’s a rare fea­ture to come by in a small com­plex,” owner Michael Tad­dei said.

Mr Tad­dei, who is also man­ag­ing direc­tor of Prada Constructions, said there were sev­eral other bonuses to living in the devel­op­ment.

“I love the fact I don’t have to live among 30 units; there are only three own­ers,” he said.

“Also, its prox­im­ity to the river and the qual­ity of the fin­ishes for what you get for your money are sec­ond to none.”

Stand­ing in the en­try foyer, nat- ural light pour­ing in from a row of win­dows hints at the vast spa­ces hid­den within.

There is stor­age here as well as a guest suite with its own bal­cony and bath­room; a set-up sure to im­press any vis­i­tor.

Fol­low­ing the stunning Ital­ian porce­lain floors to­ward the rear, the hall­way then opens up into a cav­ernous lounge, dining and kitchen that extends out to the main bal­cony.

Fea­ture bulk­head ceil­ings, be­spoke win­dow cov­er­ings, designer wall­pa­per, down­lights and built-in speak­ers add a real sense of luxury and help show­case the home’s many luxury in­clu­sions.

The kitchen is par­tic­u­larly im­pres­sive with its es­sa­s­tone bench­tops, mo­saic kick­board on the is­land bench, Miele ap­pli­ances and in­te­grated de­sign fea­tures that max­imise the avail­able space.

Step­ping out to the bal­cony, the glass balustrade en­sures the views to the city and river re­main un­ob­scured.

Com­plet­ing the lay­out are two more bed­rooms, also with en­suites, a sep­a­rate read­ing room or home of­fice, a fam­ily-sized laun­dry and a sep­a­rate pow­der room.

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