7/25 Tomlinson Boulevard Floreat


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Ultra Contemporary Living in Boutique Complex

Located in a boutique architect designed complex with exquisite detail, style & comfort this 2 story townhouse should not be missed!

Capturing mesmerizing tree top and sunset views across the lush Perry Lakes parklands & Reabold Hill the ground floor naturally lit open plan design provides a free flowing floor plan and flawless integration between the main living and large private balcony terrace. The designer kitchen offers bench tops of waterfall island stone, European appliances & excellent storage and space. The living area is generous in size and complimented with sumptuous timber flooring and floor to ceiling windows. The dining area has large bi fold doors that open up to a private balcony with retractable shade awnings.

The first floor consists of a a large master bedrooms with contemporary enuite and large walk in robes. There are a further 2 generous sized bedrooms with built in robes with a pristine shared bathroom and sitting area.

Other features include R/C air con, ground floor powder room, laundry, large store room, gates and secure complex with intercom access and 2 secure car bars.

Perfectly positioned only moments to the enchanting Perry Lakes parklands, Reabold Hill hiking tracks, Floreat Forum and only a short drive to City Beach & The Perth CBD.

Council Levies $2,410
Water Levies $ 1,770
Strata Levies $672 P/Q

For further details or to arrange a private inspection please contact Michael Hallam on 0407 470 100 anytime.

Property Features

  • Land Size : 193.00 m2
  • Floor Area : 148 m2
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Property ID: 3438925

Michael Hallam

Michael Hallam

0407 470 100

Location map for 7/25 Tomlinson Boulevard Floreat

Contact Office

Bellcourt Property Group - Shenton Park

312 Onslow Road

Shenton Park 6008

T 08 9382 7700

F 08 9382 7799

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