Views back­drop to a lux­ury life

El­e­vated liv­ing.

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Cover Story - By NATALIE HOR­DOV

ART­WORK is op­tional in this top floor apart­ment; the views are a mas­ter­piece in their own right.

Like the own­ers, you could host din­ners with the beau­ti­ful city sky­line as a back­drop, watch the Aus­tralia Day fire­works, or just en­joy your morn­ing cof­fee on the bal­cony and watch the ac­tiv­ity on the river.

“The best view is from the bal­cony to­wards the city, Swan River and Kings Park,” they said.

“Each bed­room has a view and the liv­ing area has dou­ble-height floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows to max­imise the views.”

The home has a gen­er­ous floor plan and is built over two lev­els.

The first level in­cludes a bed­room, bath­room, laun­dry and open-plan liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen area.

Tinted win­dows in the liv­ing area en­sure com­fort and pri­vacy while al­low­ing you to take in the mag­nif­i­cent out­look.

Cater­ing for those Aus­tralia Day par­ties will be a breeze in the stun­ning kitchen, with mar­ble bench­tops, smoked mir­ror cab­i­netry, glass splash­backs and Miele ap­pli­ances.

The bal­cony in­cludes a built-in kitch­enette, handy for when you host more ca­sual gath­er­ings.

Take the stairs to the sec­ond level, with two bed­rooms, both with en­suites and built-in robes.

The mas­ter also has a tele­vi­sion/tall­boy nook with phone, ca­ble and power points.

The home has been fin­ished to a very high stan­dard with stone floor­ing in the liv­ing area and Tas­ma­nian oak floor­ing in the bed­rooms.

The bath­rooms all have floor-to­ceil­ing til­ing, mar­ble bench­tops, frame­less glass shower screens and rain­fall show­er­heads.

The lo­ca­tion, like the views, is in­cred­i­ble.

The own­ers said they could walk to El­iz­a­beth Quay and North­bridge for din­ners, nights out and af­ter­noon cof­fees – and if you do not want to walk, you can take the free CAT bus.

Kings Park is just around the cor­ner and there is easy ac­cess to the free­way.

The home is for sale by open ne­go­ti­a­tion.

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