Soon to call the tree-lined Rokeby Road home is Celsius Property Group’s new luxury development Elysian Subiaco.
Situated at what has been affectionately coined ‘the Paris end of Subiaco’ by locals, Elysian Subiaco is peacefully connected to Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Perth CBD.
Celsius Property Group Managing Director Richard Pappas said the development would consist of 34 two, three and four-bedroom boutique apartments combining timeless architecture, elegant interiors and generous outdoor spaces.
“Elysian Subiaco brings a new calibre of sophistication to the verdant streets of Subiaco,” he said.
“The facade draws inspiration from Subiaco’s historic architectural character, featuring grand arches and vertical ribbed details.
“The building has been woven seamlessly with the fabric of Rokeby Road.”
The connection to the surrounds is continued in the development’s rooftop.
“Elysian Subiaco’s breathtaking rooftop amenity presents outdoor living at its most sophisticated,” Mr Pappas said.
“Encircled with lush landscaping and high-end finishes, this retreat provides residents a place to entertain, unwind and reconnect with nature.”
Mr Pappas said cost-saving factors were kept in mind when designing the apartment building’s amenities.
“With so much amenity on the doorstep to Elysian Subiaco, including Next Gen Kings Park just a few hundred metres away, there was no need to incorporate gyms and pools, ensuring ongoing strata contributions remain reasonable,” he said.
“Residing on one of Perth’s premier shopping strips, residents will also be surrounded by retail delights such as a variety of grocery stores, fine food providores and gourmet bakeries, as well as being a short stroll to the local farmer’s market.
“For retail therapy, Rokeby Road is as much about fashion as it is fresh food – from high-end boutiques to homewares stores and everything in between.”
Designed by MJA Studio, Elysian Subiaco offers luxurious inclusions as standard.
“The interiors fuse timeless elegance and modern sophistication to a fine art,” Mr Pappas said.
“With the choice of four artfully curated schemes – Noir, Lumiere, Soleil and Blanc – the finishes palette embraces luxurious yet organic materials selected as much for their durability as their aesthetic appeal.
“Bathed in natural light, the open-plan living area fosters an elevated indoor/outdoor living experience, complete with bespoke timber joinery, engineered timber flooring and vast floor-to-ceiling windows.”
If travel is on the cards, the Elysian Subiaco offers a lock-up-and-leave lifestyle, with every apartment boasting at least two car bays and expansive storerooms.
With 13 apartments already sold, Mr Pappas said the development was created to meet the needs of the local downsizer or rightsizer.
“Following the successful completion of Lucent Claremont, which won the Medium Density Apartment Development award at the UDIA WA 2021 Awards for Excellence, we were acutely aware of the significant demand from rightsizers looking to move into a large apartment in a small development in their immediate community,” he said.
“To date, the majority of buyers have come from the local community.
“We have also seen interest from both over east and overseas, with buyers recognising the affordability of quality apartments in prized locations like this in Perth.”
Mr Pappas said demolition of the site was recently completed in July and Celsius Property Group had formally engaged BGC Construction to begin the build.
“The builder will mobilise to site this month with piling to commence in late August,” he said. “The build timeframe is set at just under 24 months, however we are advising buyers to expect the realistic move-in date to be around October 2024.
“While we cannot be certain of the exact build time, once construction commences we update our buyers every month in writing, so they are kept fully informed on the progress.”
For those interested in securing an apartment at Elysian Subiaco, Mr Pappas said buyers only had a couple of weeks left to take advantage of the 50 per cent stamp duty rebate up to $50,000, which was only available until construction commenced onsite.
Prices start from $975,000.
Elysian Subiaco is a boutique collection of 34 luxury two, three and four-bedroom homes combining timeless architecture, elegant interiors and generous outdoor spaces.