The Social on Henry
A newly completed boutique development of 20 apartments set in the Heart of Fremantle’s historic West End
When you live at The Social, you’re only minutes away from your favourite cafés and restaurants, and only a short stroll to the Fremantle Markets for your weekly fresh fruit and vegetables. There’s no need to worry about parking when visiting the iconic Cappuccino Strip, The Esplanade or Fisherman’s Wharf – all these and more are within easy walking distance, offering a multitude of dining and nightlife options. A simple morning walk could take you past Notre Dame University, to Bather’s Beach or Victoria Quay. The Social offers culture and convenience at every corner.
Featuring modern architectural and interior designs, The Social includes 20 spacious boutique apartments, with a small selection of both 1 and 2 bedroom apartments remaining for sale. The apartments are beautifully appointed, with seamless cabinetry and stone top combinations offset against raw exposed structural elements, which complement the modern feel of the apartments while also paying homage to Fremantle’s industrial roots. Each apartment is designed to capture as much natural light as possible, whilst also embracing Fremantle’s famous breezes. Features like the central atrium and operable screens will combine to offer heightened levels of climatic control.
• Communal rooftop garden with magnificent ocean, harbour and Fremantle city views
• State of the art appliances, plus quality fixtures and fittings throughout every apartment
• Timber or tiled floors to living areas in every apartment
• Modern features, including car stackers
• Architecturally designed by Matthews & Scavalli Architects
• Highly sought after and iconic heritage listed West End location
• 1 and 2 bedroom configurations remaining only
Project Developer Australian Development Capital
Contact Alex Blain or Toby Astill from Space Real Estate to view this fabulous and unique development.Contact Agent
The vibrant city of Fremantle (known as Freo) blends the old with the new, creating an enriching cultural experience. It is located at the mouth of the Swan River on a series of limestone hills known by the local Noongar people as Booyeembara. The Noongar people refer to Freo as Walyalup – the place of crying – a place of ceremonies, significant cultural practices and trading. The Fremantle Harbour serves as the port of Perth and is just a 30-minute drive or train ride from Perth CBD. Maritime, convict and colonial history can be explored in one of the best preserved examples of a 19th century port streetscape, while buzzing markets, lively bars and casual street cafés give you a taste of 21st century life with the locals.Suburb Profile