Combine inner-city living with historical character in this unique one bedroom apartment – we’ve had a sneak peek inside thanks to our friends over at Crib Creative!
The light-filled apartment is located within “Congress Hall”, or “that amazing Salvos building on Murray Street”. Once the headquarters for the WA Salvation Army, it was first built in 1929 and converted into apartments in 1993.
The light-filled apartment has all the must-haves of a warehouse conversion – most notably, soaring high ceilings and huge windows. White painted brick lends a classic look, and the perfect backdrop for you to bring your own style.
Overlooking this light-filled living area, a mezzanine bedroom benefits not only from the high ceilings but French doors leading onto a charming, leafy communal courtyard.
Beneath the bedroom, you’ll find both a bathroom and kitchen. Highly functional, cosy and with plenty of storage for its modest size, with subway tiles working in sync with the warehouse aesthetic. Cook dinner downstairs and host friends in the courtyard on warm evenings!
And while you’re in the middle of the city and all its conveniences, you can still keep the car for weekend road trips with a car bay included as well!
To find out more about 1/69 Murray Street, check out its listing here.
Photos courtesy of Crib Creative.