Block size: 124 m² approx.Apartment size: 86 m² approx.
URBAN TRANQUILITY AWAITS . . .
We are proud to be partnered with the Griffin Project Group to present 'Parkview', an opportunity to experience an enviable lifestyle. This is a stunning architecturally designed boutique development featuring exclusive apartments nestled in a supremely central location.
This development offers single-level living in a variety of two and three bedroom residences with above average floor space. The three bedroom apartment has its own exclusive rooftop terrace with over 60 ² of space, providing the perfect entertaining area for family and friends.
The sleek lines of the modern exterior blend seamlessly with the leafy surrounds while the interiors echo the outdoors. High ceilings prevail along with quality finishes and spacious floorplans to ensure you have ample space for celebration and relaxation.
Awash with warm wooded tones and an abundance of natural light, Parkview is designed to enrich and enchant. Timber flooring and panelled accents are a highlight, while the gourmet kitchen with two-tone cabinetry, acclaimed appliances and engineered stone benchtops provide a contemporary haven for hosting guests.
The train station, freeway and highway are on your doorstep, or enjoy a relaxing ferry ride across the Swan River to the Elizabeth Quay Ferry Terminal and indulge in the delights of the CBD.
• 500m to the Canning Train and Bus Station • 600m to the Swan and Canning Rivers • 3.8km to the iconic Perth Zoo • 4km to the South Perth Foreshore • 5km to Kings Park Botanic Garden • 6km to the Perth CBD Excellent private and public schools
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