16/1 Thirlmere Road, Mount Lawley

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These rarely come on the market so now is the opportunity for you to have your own little slice of Perth history. The building was built circa 1914 for the catering company Albany Bell Pty Ltd as a factory to manufacture cakes and confectionery for its tea rooms in Perth. The company’s founder, Peter Albany Bell, used ideas derived from the Cadbury factory in Bournville, England.
A recent conversion saw this building become a boutique apartment block with security entrance, landscaped gardens and walkways.

Unit 16 is located to the North East corner of the building and benefits from high ceilings and some original brick internal walls.

*Open plan living area
*Modern kitchen
*3 good size bedrooms
*2 bathrooms
*Soaring ceilings and stunning character features
*Private courtyard
*Security parking for 2 vehicles

This is a fabulous location close to the river, Beaufort Street and Whatley Crescent Café Precincts, schools, sporting facilities and just a short drive to the airport.

A very rare property and one you would be proud to call home.

Shire rates: $1974 pa
Water rates: $1079 pa
Strata levies: $914 admin & $215 sinking pq

Further details from Pam Herron or Jon Adams.