Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

WITH bids on auc­tion day start­ing at $350,000, there is plenty of in­ter­est an­tic­i­pated for the two cus­tom-de­signed apart­ments that are up for sale in this well­lo­cated com­plex.

The apart­ments, a short walk to Tomato Lake and Bel­mont Fo­rum shop­ping cen­tre, were de­signed by Broad­view De­sign.

“You can re­ally feel the dif­fer­ence – it’s well thought-out, let­ting in heaps of nat­u­ral light and the space has been utilised re­ally nicely,” sell­ing agent Hasi Kodagoda said.

“The own­ers are keep­ing the re­main­ing four apart­ments be­cause they love the lo­ca­tion and the qual­ity of the build.

“They al­ways planned to keep some so they built them with that in mind and this re­ally shows through.”

The homes are fin­ished to a top stan­dard and fea­ture open­plan lay­outs, gen­er­ous light­filled liv­ing spa­ces, con­tem­po­rary styling and al­fresco en­ter­tain­ing court­yards.

They also fea­ture clev­erly con­cealed Euro­pean-style laun­dries, ceil­ing fans and built-in robes to all bed­rooms, and al­lo­cated park­ing bays.

Buy­ers can also ex­pect high­end fin­ishes in­clud­ing stone bench­tops in the kitchens, split­sys­tem air­con­di­tion­ing, in­stan­ta­neous gas hot-wa­ter sys­tems, easy-care floor­ing and se­cure gated in­ter­com ac­cess.

“The fin­ish of these apart­ments is im­mac­u­late, crisp and clean,” Mr Kodagoda said.

“They will suit ex­ec­u­tives and first-home own­ers, as well as baby boomers look­ing for a lock-up-and-leave life­style.

“The two avail­able ground­floor apart­ments have grassed court­yards that will suit a small dog, which is a rar­ity with apart­ments.”

The com­plex is also con­ve­niently po­si­tioned to the CBD.

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