Located on the corner of William Street & Alma Road in Mount Lawley walking distance to cafes, restaurants, shops and bars on Beaufort Street and a short stroll to Hyde Park.
This apartment is an open plan living area with a generous sized balcony with natural lighting and ventilation. Meticulously designed to feature a generous sized kitchen with stone bench tops and custom built timber breakfast bar, BOSCH appliances and open plan living area with a neat study nook.
The generous sized bedroom comes with it's on reverse cycle split system and walk in robe leading into the bathroom.
With Public Transport is easy with regular buses running out the front door and Mount Lawley train station just 2km away.
Features Include: -Double Glazing -Custom made timber breakfast bar -Stone bench tops -Reverse cycle air conditioning to the living room and bedroom -BOSCH Appliances -Dryer -Study Nook -Secure car parking -Plenty of visitor parking -Storeroom -Amazing rooftop terrace -Generous sized balcony
Close Proximity To: -Beaufort Street -Hyde Park -Northbridge -Perth CBD
Contact Katy O'Shea 0478 950 812 to book in your viewing today
Features include: Air Conditioning,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Secure Parking
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