Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

AN un­par­al­leled life­style that jux­ta­poses a lo­ca­tion min­utes to Perth CBD with the seren­ity of a tree-lined neigh­bour­hood is wait­ing to be dis­cov­ered in th­ese three newly-built townhouses in the heart of Como.

Mar­ried with top-ofthe-range spec­i­fi­ca­tions and a stunning con­cept by Meryl Carter In­te­rior De­signs, the homes of­fer the com­plete pack­age.

Sell­ing agent James Thomp­son said the devel­op­ment would suit a wide range of buy­ers.

“Their de­sign and lo­ca­tion make them ap­peal­ing homes for young ex­ec­u­tives or pro­fes­sional cou­ples,” he said.

“How­ever, there is cer­tainly enough room – and the floor plans cer­tainly al­low for this – for multi-gen­er­a­tional fam­i­lies or those with teenage or early-adult chil­dren.

“Down­stairs is great for the whole fam­ily and then guests and chil­dren will have their pri­vacy on the first floor.”

Al­most iden­ti­cal are the two rear res­i­dences – Units B and C – which of­fer more than 250sq m of living space in­side and out.

Buy­ers can ex­pect pre­mium in­clu­sions such as high ceil­ings, a video se­cu­rity sys­tem, porce­lain tiling, wool car­pet, stone bench­tops through­out, zoned ducted re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing and a re­fresh­ing all-white pal­ette.

Stand­alone Unit A has a slightly dif­fer­ent lay­out, in­clud­ing a topfloor home of­fice, but with all the same luxury ap­point­ments.

“It is ob­vi­ously go­ing to be the higher-priced of the three be­cause of its street-front po­si­tion and larger floor plan,” Mr Thomp­son said.

All three ex­ec­u­tive res­i­dences have a freeflow­ing kitchen, fam­ily and meals are on the ground floor that extends onto the decked and tim­ber-lined al­fresco, with Unit C boasting the big­gest out­door en­ter­tain­ing space.

“Over­all, the mar­ket is flush with th­ese types of prop­er­ties at the mo­ment and it’s of­ten dif­fi­cult for a buyer to dif­fer­en­ti­ate them,” he added.

“But there’s cer­tainly a unique­ness and a more lux­u­ri­ous feel start­ing from the out­side.

“Add to that the lo­ca­tion lit­er­ally 300m from the Pre­ston Street en­ter­tain­ment precinct with the Cygnet Cinema, cafes, eater­ies and IGA and they’re very much in a life­style hub.”

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