Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant

Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant
Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant

Norup + Wilson have set a new benchmark in design with their latest development, The Precinct, in Perth's Mount Pleasant. The architectural masterpiece by Woods Bagot features a 22 level multi-residential tower with 10 ground floor restaurants, world-class amenities, and a selection of affordable one, two and three-bedroom apartments. 

  • Buyers will have the option to customise their floor plans to create their dream home, with open-plan living areas creating versatile spaces
  • Each home features smart technology, with keyless entry door locks, fibre optic cabling and excellent soundproofing
  • Residents can order food from 10 ground floor restaurants which can be delivered to their home
  • The Precinct is positioned in a prime location
  • Views spanning from Kings Park and the CBD in the north to the converging Swan and Canning Rivers
  • Residents will love having the ability to order food from one of the ten on-site restaurants which can be delivered directly to your apartment or to be enjoyed poolside, resort-style
  • With completed homes starting at just $470,000, the value for money is exceptional. Request a call from a sales agent via Urban today. 

The amenities available to residents include:

  • Resort style pool
  • Outdoor and indoor gymnasiums
  • Sprint track 
  • Bocce Pit
  • Resident's Lounge
  • Resident's Library
  • Children's play area
  • Teppanyaki Barbecues
  • Sky Lounge for the exclusive use of Sky Homes residents only
Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant
  • Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant
  • Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant
  • Your chance to live the dream at The Precinct, Mount Pleasant

Urban Editorial

Urban Editorial

From the Urban.com.au editorial news team.

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