Clock on for con­ve­nience

A for­mer of­fice block has been con­verted for mod­ern apart­ment liv­ing, writes Thomas Conlin.

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ACON­VERTED for­mer of­fice block in a con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion has been trans­formed with smart use of space. The Parkside prop­erty’s light, open feel and open plan give no clue to its for­mer life. There are float­ing jar­rah hard­wood floors through­out, stain­less-steel kitchen ap­pli­ances and large win­dows which al­low light to flow through the prop­erty.

The floor plan pro­vides great con­ve­nience, sep­a­rat­ing the two dou­ble bed­rooms from the large open-plan liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen area.

‘‘The open plan area takes ad­van­tage of the views and the bed­rooms are com­pletely sep­a­rate . . . it was great for en­ter­tain­ing but it also made the gen­eral life­style very easy,’’ the ven­dor says.

And the home’s lo­ca­tion only adds to the con­ve­nience.

‘‘It’s di­rectly across the road from the park­lands. You’ve got ac­cess to the walk­ing trails, you’ve got the play­ing fields there as well,’’ the ven­dor says.

‘‘Then it’s only mo­ments to the out­let stores on Glen Os­mond Rd and Un­ley Rd and King Wil­liam Rd shop­ping and din­ing precincts.’’ Hav­ing both lived in and rented out the prop­erty, the ven­dor says it’s per­fect for ex­ec­u­tive couples or is eas­ily rented to high-qual­ity ten­ants.

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