Built in circa 1966, this Krantz & Sheldon designed building reflects the European-influenced style and functional design the firm were known for. With only 9 apartments within the complex, 336 Walcott Street offers an intimate way of life, yet only minutes from the bustling lifestyle hubs of Mount Lawley and North Perth. Apartment 8 resides on the top floor of this two storey building and provides far more internal area than your typical one bedroom apartment.
SET DATE SALE – All Offers presented by Wednesday 17th May 5pm WST. The Seller reserves the right to sell prior.
The sale of this apartment presents an opportunity for an owner-occupier or investor to purchase an affordable property within this blue chip leafy location. With a classic brick construction and a considered choice of materials throughout, including the original wooden window and door frames, you’ll soon see that they just don’t make them like this any more.
Apartment 8 provides a full 1 bedroom layout with a large dedicated bedroom, contrary to the typical “studio style” apartments with small balconies found around this price range. You enjoy 57 sqm of pure internal strata area, plus a spacious 10 sqm balcony, large enough to fit an outdoor dining setting should you wish.
The kitchen provides contemporary cabinetry with a stainless steel gas cooktop and stainless steel oven, complete with wooden bench tops and a lovely view out over the trees of the local Coolbinia area.
Other features of this standout apartment include Daiken reverse-cycle air-conditioning to the living area and the master bedroom, a large bathroom with combined laundry and a separate toilet.
You’ll be in good company at 336 Walcott Street – surrounded by million dollar real estate, public transport on your door step, walking or cycling distance to Mount Lawley and North Perth (you choose!) and of course only a stroll away from the gorgeous parks available within the Coolbinia and Menora area.
We anticipate strong demand for this property, so don’t delay and contact Danielle to arrange your viewing.
If you would like to read a little more about the history of Krantz & Sheldon and their “ahead of the time” principles on design and sustainability, head to daniellegeagea.com/krantz-sheldon/