High Life for Sale: Only a Few Residences Left in Perth’s Finest Ultra-Luxury Apartment Projects

by Giorgi. Posted in Latest News

 

An apartment is one thing. An ultra-luxury apartment is quite another.

Living in an ultra-luxury apartment is in every way comparable to living in a luxury freestanding home,
but with the gift of time to enjoy a leisured lifestyle without a big burden of upkeep.

Giorgi is currently offering for sale a limited number of residences in two of the finest ultra-luxury
apartment projects ever seen in Perth – Ten Bellevue on an iconic site at the edge of Kings Park with
shimmering river, city and parkland vistas and Echelon on the South Perth Esplanade, again with
heroic river and cityscape views.

At Ten Bellevue in West Perth, four residences have been sold and two remain, while over at Echelon
in South Perth, seven residences have been sold and five remain.

Construction is complete at Ten Bellevue with the brand new residences ready to move in now
– a very enticing prospect. At Echelon, construction is well underway.

Nothing else in the Perth market comes close in this ultra-luxury category, and the fortunate few
in our city are embracing this lifestyle.

For that reason, we advise you to act quickly before this rare opportunity is gone.

Both developments share exclusive locations with panoramic city, river and parkland views that
can never be built out.

Both offer roomy house-sized living spaces and discreet privacy in boutique blocks with an intimate
feel that contrasts with larger tower blocks.

And being Giorgi design and build projects, both express our passion for contemporary architecture
with the considered approach and attention to detail the Giorgi name is renowned for.

For detailed images and information, visit www.tenbellevue.com.au and www.echelonsouthperth.com.au.

Ten Bellevue at 10 Bellevue Terrace, West Perth is currently open to view at scheduled times or by
appointment. Contact Danny Giorgi 0413 053 800, Gabriel Tana 0419 949 440 or call 9444 0206.

Kind Regards,
Danny Giorgi