Con­ve­nient city life­style

An in­ner-city apart­ment is close to many fa­cil­i­ties, writes Tom Bow­den.

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Athree-bed­room apart­ment in one of the city’s most en­vi­able lo­ca­tions of­fers com­fort­able liv­ing in the heart of the East End shop­ping and restau­rant precinct.

Diana Moore’s late mother Beryl Lloyd bought the home in 1998 and Mrs Moore says the home’s lo­ca­tion suited her mother per­fectly.

‘‘She was one of the first ten­ants and she loved the fact it was in the city,’’ Mrs Moore says.

‘‘She used to love go­ing to the Art Gallery and the State Li­brary.

‘‘It was within easy walk­ing dis­tance of Run­dle Mall and she was a life mem­ber of the zoo, so it was re­ally handy.’’

The first floor apart­ment has three bed­rooms. The mas­ter suite has a walk-through robe which leads to a mod­ern en­suite.

This en­suite is com­plete with a toi­let, van­ity unit and a shower.

The sec­ond bed­room mea­sures 3.09m x 3.32 m and the third bed­room, mea­sur­ing 3.1m x 4.51m, fea­tures a built-in robe.

The home fea­tures an open-plan lounge and din­ing area that open to an 8m x 2.25m bal­cony that over­looks a quiet cen­tral court­yard.

‘‘Ebenezer Place has just taken off re­cently and there are a lot more lit­tle food places that have opened up, so it’s a great lo­ca­tion but it was re­ally quiet and noise was never an is­sue,’’ Mrs Moore says. The gal­ley- style kitchen fea­tures a dish­washer, cook­top, cor­ner pantry, built-in cup­boards and a dou­ble sink.

Off the main pas­sage­way is a laun­dry and the bath­room fea­tures a sep­a­rate shower and bath, a toi­let and a van­ity unit. Mrs Moore says the home would suit a va­ri­ety of buy­ers, par­tic­u­larly in­vestors.

‘‘We’ve let it out re­cently and we’ve never had is­sues find­ing ten­ants,’’ Mrs Moore says.

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