Here's a great opportunity to own this elegant Art Deco 2-bed apartment. Originally built in the early 1900s as a private hospital (Nurse Beadons on Highgate Hill), divided into flats in the 1950s, and recently given the most amazing renovation, here, the past and present collide in a magical way. The curb appeal reflects the building's authenticity, and inside, despite the inclusion of all modern necessities, remnants of the 1920s are still evident with the wooden floors, high ceilings, stucco walls, and the generosity of space that the era was famous for. With only 8 apartments in total, this top-floor beauty has a prime position and is affectionately referred to as The 'Tree House of Smith Street', offering a glimpse of The City.
Featuring two good-sized bedrooms, an impressive eat-in kitchen, sleek modern bathroom, and a living space that opens to a balcony/deck, there are 'nods' to the past everywhere. We are sure you will love this home and its superb city location, where shops, restaurants, and bars abound, including The Mount Lawley Cafe strip. Here a car is optional (you have secure parking for one) because Public Transport, road, and rail are so close at hand.
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Living with balcony access
Fully equipped laundry
Brand new security screens
Secure, shaded parking for 1 car
Strata fees admin $500 + reserve $300 P/Q
Water rates approx. $963.41 P/A
Council rates approx. $1573.17 P/A
Perth is the bustling, exciting capital of Western Australia and the location of the Central Business District. With attractions such as Elizabeth Quay and the Bell Tower, the city basks in the stunning surrounds of the Swan River. Young, hip and evolving at a rapid pace, Perth is firmly establishing itself as a world-class city centre.
With major developments underway in Perth to elevate the city’s cultural panache, Perth is experiencing a cultural awakening. Laneway bars and rooftop venues are in abundance, as well as a broad range of restaurants to satisfy any palate. Transport in and out of the city is convenient with the Perth Train Station and Bus Station as well as free CAT bus services. Carillion City, Forrest Chase and the Hay Street and Murray Street malls (to name a few) will appeal to retail addicts.
4/10 Smith Street, Perth was sold by Donna Buckovska at Bellcourt Mount Lawley.