Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

COM­BIN­ING a rare maisonette-style lay­out and all the ben­e­fits of a bou­tique com­plex in the heart of South Perth’s en­ter­tain­ment precinct, a res­i­dence of this cal­i­bre rarely comes on the mar­ket.

A well-po­si­tioned prop­erty, the home is just around the cor­ner from Wind­sor Park, the Transperth ferry jetty and pop­u­lar bus routes along Mill Point Road.

Clearly, this is made for ev­ery­one from busy pro­fes­sional cou­ples to down­siz­ers who want a lifestyle that will be the envy of friends of fam­ily – just like the cur­rent own­ers, who have lived here for the past 16 months.

“The best thing about the lo­ca­tion is that it’s a two-minute walk from the Mends Street hub and it’s a short dis­tance to the river,” one of the own­ers said.

“It is also in easy ac­cess of the free­way and is in a cen­tral lo­ca­tion to the rest of Perth.”

In­side the two-level ground-floor apart­ment – which has been freshly painted and in­stalled with new marri floor­boards – there are spa­cious open-plan liv­ing spa­ces that are made for en­ter­tain­ing.

On the en­try level is a flow­ing, air­con­di­tioned lounge/din­ing/kitchen area that ex­tends easily out to both the front and back court­yards.

The large tiled front al­fresco area is se­curely ac­ces­si­ble from the street and of­fers views of the Perth skyline, while the rear sec­tion with a dry­ing area pro­vides ac­cess to com­mu­nal fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing the pool and bar­be­cue area.

“The al­fresco area is def­i­nitely our favourite part of the house,” the owner said. “We love to en­ter­tain and have bar­be­cues out there.” This also means the en­tire level of­fers a flex­i­ble lay­out that is per­fect for host­ing par­ties and get-to­geth­ers.

But that is not to say the rest of the res­i­dence has been ne­glected, with an over­sized master bed­room with en­suite and a sec­ond bed­room set­ting the bench­mark with mir­rored built-in robes and airconditioning in each.

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