When you’re looking to stay somewhere very special, the Architect’s Warehouse Apartment Fremantle is a truly sublime space.
A unique space
Rarely will you come across a short stay property of the standard and quality offered by the Architect’s Warehouse Apartment Fremantle.
Enter through wrought iron gates on Mouat street into a courtyard with a towering plane tree. Take the lift or the stairs to the first floor where you come across the historic barn doors that mark the entry to your apartment.
A Turkish rug in the foyer sets the scene to what’s behind your front door.
Impressive four metre tall ceilings and sleek lines greet you as you walk into the light filled open plan living area.
Enjoy this minimalist, sleek and tranquil space, tastefully furnished in a relaxed style.
Your separate scullery, full laundry and library are hidden from view behind floor to ceiling panel doors.
The living area is uncluttered and serene.
The master bedroom is a calm place. Sizeable and spacious, it features a king bed and quality linens. Two large windows frame the plane tree view behind the bed.
The cleverly designed ensuite, is concealed behind floor to ceiling panel sliding doors
Fully furnished and equipped, this property has luxury features including an intercom system, Netflix, complimentary toiletries and WiFi. The apartment is air-conditioned and has a gas fireplace for Winter ambience.
Enjoy a barbecue under the plane tree on the deck and soak in the history of the building.
The Architect’s Warehouse Apartment is located opposite the Notre Dame University entrance on Mouat street in Fremantle. The High Street galleries and Cappuccino strip are in the immediate vicinity and there is no real need for a car when you stay at the Architect’s Warehouse Apartment on Mouat.
Built into the facade of the Strelitz Buildings, the apartment retains some of the endearing features of this historic building. Look up in the entry to see a magnificent wooden beam and pulley, to transport goods between the levels in times passed.
The Strelitz Buildings are at 30 Mouat street Fremantle and were built in 1897 for Paul and Richard Strelitz. In October 1994, the buildings were permanently listed on the Western Australian State Heritage register. A notable tenant between 1904 and 1906 was Herbert Hoover, then a mining engineer for Bewick Moreing & Co., that had an office in the building. Hoover later became the 31st President of the United States of America!
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Akin to the grand warehouse apartments in New York City, a stay at the Architect’s Warehouse Apartment Fremantle is a unique experience, one that is sure to please! Contact us for more information and bookings