24/40 South Beach Promenade, South Fremantle WA 6162
Block size: 87 m² approx.
Enjoy a Beach Side Location
Only 200 metres to South Beach and nestled near the centre of historic Fremantle, this fabulous one bedroom, end unit on the first level boasts close proximity to the South Terrace cafe strip, leisure and entertaining, parks, shopping, free public transport and all amenities.
On the first floor of the appealing, secure, low maintenance Summer complex designed by multi-award winning architects Donaldson & Warn, the property offers great attention to detail, a superb design with intelligent use of space and functionality coupled with the benefit of being designed as the first Green Building Council of Australia pilot project in WA for medium density building with a target 5 star green rating.
Exquisitely designed, this first class property will impress the most fastidious and discerning buyer. Perfect for owner-occupiers or wise investors, this modern and contemporary apartment features:-
Generous balcony with appealing vista and storage Abundance of natural light Modern and appealing state of the art kitchen Stainless steel European cooking accessories Stainless steel dishwasher Ample cupboard space with multi overhead storage cabinets Quality finishes and specifications Spacious bedroom with ceiling fan Double mirrored wardrobes Open plan living and dining floor plan Secure store room and bicycle storage Secure entry foyer Secure undercover parking Lift access with stairway option Quality window treatments Floor to ceiling tiling to wet areas
This property is currently rented at $440 per week until 18/02/2022.
Council Rate: Approx $1,836.84 per annum Water Rate: Approx $1,228.97 per annum Strata Rate: Approx $748.57 per quarter
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