Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - LOCAL FOCUS -

EN­JOY the best of in­ner-city liv­ing at this stylish apart­ment on the banks of the South Perth fore­shore.

Owner Robert said the com­plex Wind­sor Tow­ers was de­signed by Krantz & Shel­don as a lux­ury al­ter­na­tive to houses in 1969.

“The plans were in­spired by Le Cor­bus­ier’s Cru­ci­form Paris tower de­signs and this con­cept en­ables nat­u­ral light and ven­ti­la­tion to all rooms in­clud­ing the kitchen and bath­room, with no com­mon walls be­tween apart­ments,” he said.

“The apart­ment has been re­cently ren­o­vated by an ar­chi­tect and in­te­rior de­signer, with changes in­clud­ing open­ing up the kitchen to the din­ing area with a break­fast bar, adding a lux­ury shower, solid brush­box tim­ber floor­ing and a feature stone wall to the bath­room.”

An open-plan din­ing and liv­ing area fea­tures north-fac­ing win­dows of­fer­ing river and city views.

The mod­ern kitchen in­cludes white cab­i­netry and bench­tops and qual­ity ap­pli­ances.

A hall­way leads to the two car­peted bed­rooms, both with built-in robes and plan­ta­tion shut­ters, lux­u­ri­ous com­bined bath­room and laun­dry with full-height tiling, linen cup­board and sep­a­rate toi­let.

The com­plex also fea­tures se­cure stun­ning gated card ac­cess, high­speed NBN, an al­lo­cated car bay, gar­dens with pri­vate stairs down to the fore­shore and a sparkling pool.

“The apart­ment is con­ve­niently lo­cated within 10 min­utes of the city, uni­ver­si­ties, shop­ping and din­ing,” Robert said.

“It is a very quiet, se­cure and tran­quil set­ting, per­fect af­ter a hec­tic work­day or for re­lax­ing on week­ends.”

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