57/939 Beaufort Street, Inglewood.
Beaufort Street Luxury Apartments
Award-winning architecture and interior design have been combined to create homes worthy of only the finest facilities, premium fixtures, high-end fittings, and world-class tech features that are revolutionising apartment living. These single and two-level homes embrace both the Art Deco and New York Brownstones inspired signature finishes and textures, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows surrounded by a limitless array of charismatic bars, cafes, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Located just 5km from the Perth CBD, there's no shortage of activity in Inglewood with sporting facilities, parks, a golf course, schools, and higher education institutes all just around the corner. With a range of interior styles to select from, tailoring your space to suit your lifestyle becomes effortless, giving Sky Home residents every reason to love where they live. Proudly offered on behalf of Nicheliving by Graham Robertson 0400 889 289 & Harry Massam 0459 775 775. Contact us today for further information. *Disclaimer: * The above information is provided for general information purposes only and may be subject to change. No warranty or representation is made as to the accuracy of the information and all interested parties should make their own independent enquiries relating to the information provided and place no reliance on it. Please note that some photos are artist impressions only. Any chattels depicted or described in the information are not included in the sale unless specified in the Offer and Acceptance.*
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Get to know the area.
Dotted with character homes and just north of bustling Mt Lawley, Inglewood has all the benefits of inner-city living without all the chaos. Rich in history, most of Inglewood's development occurred in the first half of the 20th century with a flurry of Federation and Californian Bungalow-style construction. Thankfully, many of the elegant commercial and residential buildings have been restored, and unlike many older suburbs close to the city, they still retain their original block sizes. Falling under the Shire of Stirling, the main commercial area focuses around Beaufort Street, with most homes branching off along the avenues. While Inglewood's character homes and cafes hold much charm, the neighbourhood is also popular for the Inglewood Night Markets and sporting facilities at the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre, Mount Lawley Golf Course and Macaulay Park.
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