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Boatshed Apartment Fremantle, Fremantle

Enjoy sitting on the timber decked balcony at sunset, overlooking Fremantle Harbour. The Boatshed Apartment is a short walk (or a free CAT bus ride) to the centre of Fremantle with its cappuccino strip, markets, art galleries, shopping and restaurants/cafes. Also close to some of Perth’s finest beaches (Leighton/Cottesloe) and scenic river walks. A straight forward drive from Perth Airport takes 30-35 minutes, and the Fremantle Train Station is a short stroll from the apartment.

The architect designed two level apartment has a very spacious, open plan living area with beautiful timber floors,(salvaged from it’s former life as a Woolstore),furnished comfortably with two big sofas, television, DVD player, CD player and has reverse cycle air-conditioning. The kitchen is fully self contained, including a dishwasher and microwave. There are two bedrooms (one queen size, one double and a double sofa bed upstairs in the living area), two bathrooms, (one ensuite) full laundry facilities (front loading washer and a dryer).

There is underground, secure parking for two cars.

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