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Exclusive river-view community | The West Australian

Perched on the lush Langley Park strip, start each day with a tranquil outlook over the Swan River and the dynamic Perth city skyline from this 24th-level apartment.

Built on the original site of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Concerto Tower apartments offer an enticing proposition of mid-century history and luxurious standards.

“This is an ideal home for downsizers and city professionals who are wishing to enjoy the panoramic river and city views on offer from the level-24 vantage point,” Realestate 88 Selling Principal and Director Brendon Habak said.

“The open-plan living area and large entertaining terrace, as well as the five-star building management services and resort facilities provided for residents, create an exclusive community.”

Harbouring the essentials for inner-city living, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment stretches over 111sqm of deluxe internal living space, plus the addition of a 53sqm terrace.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment stretches over 111sqm of deluxe internal living space.
Camera IconThe three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment stretches over 111sqm of deluxe internal living space. Credit: Mark Michael Photography/Supplied.

As you step inside, you’re immediately faced with the open-plan kitchen, dining and living area – easily the heart of the abode.

As one of Mr Habak’s favourite areas of the home, the kitchen boasts high-quality European appliances, plenty of sleek cabinetry and a spacious breakfast bar to prepare meals.

The kitchen.
Camera IconThe kitchen. Credit: Mark Michael Photography/Supplied.

There’s no need to duck out to Elizabeth Quay for a cheeky gin and tonic – top up the breakfast bar shelves with your favourite spirits and fill your glass when guests arrive.

With your drink in hand, gaze out to the twinkling low-light views of the Swan River on the spacious terrace.

With your drink in hand, gaze out to the twinkling low-light views of the Swan River on the spacious terrace.
Camera IconWith your drink in hand, gaze out to the twinkling low-light views of the Swan River on the spacious terrace. Credit: Mark Michael Photography/Supplied.

On cooler evenings, enjoy the vistas from inside through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Along with the handful of entertaining options within the apartment, make full use of the complex’s spacious communal gymnasium, sparkling swimming pool, residents’ lounges, board room, theatre and games room.

The pool.
Camera IconThe pool. Credit: Mark Michael Photography/Supplied.

“The Concerto complex’s poolside lounges are fully equipped for larger soirees, providing a solution for enjoyment with friends and loved ones throughout all four seasons,” Mr Habak said.

When the day draws to a close, each member of the household can retreat to their spacious bedroom – each reflecting a minimalist ivory palette.

The minor bedrooms include built-in-robes and access to the spacious terrace through a sliding door – perfect for welcoming a cool breeze.

The head of the house will feel most comfortable in the master bedroom with a commodious walk-in robe that leads onto a private ensuite.

The remaining bathroom has every asset needed to carry out your ablutions, including a spacious shower with sleek frameless screening, a modern vanity and a toilet.

In an ideal location for any city slicker, spare moments will be best spent strolling along the foreshore or enjoying a bite to eat at one of the many local cafes.

“Adelaide Terrace is the perfect connection point between the Swan River foreshore, Langley Park, the East Perth cafe and restaurant precinct, Matagarup Bridge to Burswood and Elizabeth Quay – while being only a free CAT bus trip or short stroll to Perth city shopping and the designer outlets of King Street and Raine Square,” Mr Habak said.

Contact: Brendon Habak, 0423 200 400, Tama MacFater, 0406 282 184

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