22/14 Money Street Perth
Award Winning, Eco Friendly Design
Amongst the picturesque London Plan Trees of Money Street is the fully restored and transformed Mackays Aerated Waters Factory (circa 1928). The streetscape offers a vibrant green, shady canopy in summer that turns into a warm gold in autumn. This mixed use development is a multiple award winner including Western Australian heritage Awards for Best Adaptive Use, HIA Green Smart Development of the Year and Master Builders Association for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
- Eco friendly features of the building include rain water harvesting, communal solar power system and a solar gas boosted hot water system.
- This location offers all the conveniences of an inner city location. The free CAT bus route comes close by and there is local shopping, chemists and a variety of restaurants and cafes only a few minuteswalk from your doorstep.
- Extra high ceilings give an added sense of spaciousness that is difficult to find in most apartments. It is completely secure building with intercom and basement parking, a resident gymnasium and elevator access from all levels.
- The view from the living area is straight out to a blanket of leaves giving a green outlook as well as privacy. You an often even hear small birds chirping away whilst relaxing on the balcony.
- There is a reason this building is a multiple award winner. You can be part of this unique and sustainable building on one of Perth most desirable streets.
Council Rates: $1,729.97 p.a.; Water Rates: $1,293.49 p.a.; Strata Levy: $4,059 p.a.; Reserve Levy: $738 p.a.
Floor area 89sqm; Balcony 15sqm; Entry 9sqm; Car bay 16 sqm; Storeroom 3sqm; Total Strata Area 130sqm.
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: 89 m2
Built In Robes
Split System Aircon
Split System Heating
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