INSPIRED new apartment development, The Social offers a rare chance to buy in Fremantle’s heritage listed West End.
Once home to the Fremantle Workers’ Social and Leisure Club, The Social offers the opportunity to buy in when the appetite for Fremantle apartments remains strong.
According to figures collated by independent analysts Property ESP, Fremantle has held steady over the past five years despite a tough Perth real estate market, while its neighbouring suburbs have dipped.
The boutique development on popular Henry Street is a comfortable four storey low-rise design. Just a stroll from High Street, the famous Cappuccino Strip, the Esplanade and the Fremantle Markets, this is Fremantle living at its best. Wander past Notre Dame University to Bathers Beach, or watch the boats sail by from Victoria Quay.
“The West End is really the heart and soul of Fremantle, with its cultural buzz, heritage and café culture literally on the doorstep of The Social,” said Perth property developer Adam Zorzi of Australian Development Capital (ADC).
“This makes it a genuine world-class destination and an excellent location for home owners and investors to purchase property.”
The Social balances contemporary architecture and interiors with raw, exposed structural elements across the 22 spacious one, two or three bedroom apartments.
“The inspiration for the design and finishes for The Social were cherry picked from the best of apartment design worldwide – from Melbourne to New York – but with a quintessential Fremantle twist,” said Mr Zorzi. “We’ve paid homage to Fremantle’s roots with an industrial edge, overlaid onto a clean, modern aesthetic which has broad appeal.”
Key features in each include seamless cabinetry, stone benchtops, state-of-the-art appliances and clever design that captures natural light and Fremantle’s famous Fremantle Doctor. Located at 7 Henry Street, prices start from around $500,000. Call Australian Development Capital on 6555 3222 or visit http://www.socialonhenry.com.au