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ULTIMATE INNER CITY RESIDENCE !! / 6/8 Collie Street, Fremantle


3 Bedroom3
2 bathroom2
1 parking1
This apartment is located in the old Oceanic Hotel, in the historic West End of Fremantle. Built in 1898 it was extensively remodelled into 6 apartments by The Orange People in 1982. The building has recently been meticulously externally renovated exposing the original tuck pointing and together with the new roof and purlins a few years ago, means that there should be very little maintenance for many years.

Italian architect Andrea Quagliola working for Michael Patroni turned the traditional apartment created by the Orange People into a spacious modern one carefully keeping all the new elements to the same height in order to give an uncluttered feeling of peacefulness.

The large living room with its recessed blinds and gas heater can be made into an indoor outdoor room with the sheltered verandah by sliding the glass doors behind the kitchen wall. The French and Italian pots on the verandah are included. The stone topped kitchen bench with its generously deep drawers makes kitchen storage easy, combined with a walk in pantry and Gaggenau appliances makes cooking a pleasure. The dining room overlooking the balcony has a European feel to it, even more so when one of the community parades is passing below.

There is storage in all rooms except the garden bathroom/laundry a delightful room with louvered windows onto the pot plants and through a screen ensuring privacy to the street below. The studies have built in filing cabinets as well as cupboards and shelves. All windows facing the sun have electrically powered external blinds and there is evaporative air conditioning in the main part of the apartment with a split air conditioner in the second bedroom. The apartment is fully wired - fibre to the home, in readiness for NBN when it is installed in central Fremantle in 2019.

Inspect by appointment - Mark Brophy 0403 382 555.

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Contact: Mark Brophy | 0403 382 555 | markbrophy@markbrophy.com.au
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