Still a place for premium in Perth

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Samantha Reece recently attended the official opening of Aria in Swanbourne.

Developed by Blackburne Group, this project is priced from just $515,000 for one bedroom apartments and reflects a standard that, to date, is unsurpassed.

While some companies include elements such as a private dining room or boardroom in their premium developments, Aria has really taken luxury to the next level.

The entertaining area was stunning with uninterrupted views of Perth City and not only included a lap pool and sun deck, but bar area and private dining and lounge that reflected a multimillion dollar mansion in the Western Suburbs.

Coupled with a yoga room, gym, sauna, steam room and wine cellar, Aria successfully conveys a luxurious resort lifestyle.

In particular, the penthouse apartments were designed to reflect a two storey New York loft apartment and this further added to the cosmopolitan atmosphere.

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With much talk about the apartment market being more focused on affordability, it is nice to see that some developers recognise that downsizers in fact are looking to spoil themselves, even though they are forfeiting their four bedroom/2 bathroom home for a much smaller domain.

With 16 sales since the unveiling, the Aria project is also demonstrating that there are affluent buyers in the market, but that they are also discerning.

With the apartment market evolving in Perth, we need to remember that while choice of location is important so is choice of style and price point.

PropertyESP has no financial connection to Blackburne and this review has been written entirely independent of Blackburne and its associates.  We just like to share with our readers the evolving trends in the WA property scene!

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