three bed apartments
Welcome to Azure. Welcome to your beachside life. This is a seaside sanctuary just 300 metres from the Rockingham Foreshore with contemporary design, the latest fittings, and magnificent views.
The location is perfect, with everything you need at your doorstep. Imagine waking in this seaside paradise, kickstarting your day with a cup of inspiration on the café strip, and taking a dip before work.
The podium level is elevated on level one, here you can take in the stunning pool deck and enjoy a barbeque with friends.
The large sparkling pool takes centre stage. The timber decking and sun lounges add an element of beach club chic, with relaxation zones, a barbeque area, shaded cabana and smart landscaping touches create stylish and functional entertaining spaces for residents.
With one, two and three bedroom options, there’s an Azure Beachside Apartment that’s perfect for you.
Azure Beachside Apartments puts you right in the heart of Rockingham, with the ocean at your feet. Standing tall on Flinders Lane, the apartments have views over the crystal clear sea and the beautifully manicured park.
This location is very well connected. Thomas Road links you to the Kwinana Freeway, allowing you to be in the Perth CBD in no time. You're also only a short drive away from Fremantle and Mandurah.
You're well-serviced with public transport too. The bus route is 50 metres down the road and the train station is only 6km away.
Murdoch University, the Challenger Institute of Technology, Kolbe Catholic School and Safety Bay Senior High School are nearby, along with the Rockingham General Hospital, Museum and Community Centre.
The $15 million Rockingham Foreshore redevelopment is now underway and will provide more entertainment space and options for recreation for the community to enjoy.
|Unit No.||Unit Type||Level||Aspect||Beds||Baths||Total Living Area (m2)||Plan|
|103||B2||1||South West||2||2||88||View Floorplan Download PDF|
|105||B4||1||South West||2||2||114||View Floorplan Download PDF|
|107||C1||1||North West||3||2||113||View Floorplan Download PDF|
|207||C1||2||North West||3||2||113||View Floorplan Download PDF|
|209||C2a||2||North||3||2||168||View Floorplan Download PDF|
|303||B2||3||South West||2||2||88||View Floorplan Download PDF|
Combination of painted masonry or concrete and architectural cladding as per drawings
Colorbond Metal Sheeting or similar
Combination of solid masonry or concrete and powder coated aluminium framed glazed balustrade
Faceted Exterior Screen:
Screens are located in front of windows of Bedrooms 2 and 3 of apartments 106, 206, 306, 406, 502, 602, 702 and Bedroom 1 of apartments 107, 207, 307, 407, 503, 603, 703
Floors / Concrete Slabs:
To engineering and acoustic specification
Powder coated aluminium frames and glazing
Generally 6mm standard glazing or equivalent. Low E type glazing or equivalent to selected locations (as nominated by acoustic and energy engineers)
Slip resistant ceramic floor tiles
One (1) powder coated sliding aluminium louvered screen to balcony of apartments 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 204, 205, 207, 208, 209, 304, 305, 307, 308, 309, 404, 405, 407, 408, 409, 501, 503, 504, 505, 601, 603, 604, 605, 701, 703, 704, 705. Two (2) powder coated sliding aluminium louvered screens to balcony screens to the balcony of apartments 106, 206, 306, 406, 502, 602, 702
Decks & Courtyards:
Combination of reconstituted timber decking and ceramic floor tiles
Concrete or similar.
External Stairs & Landings:
Slip resistant ceramic floor tiles
Powder coated aluminium lock-up letterboxes or equivalent
Landscaped areas with a variety of soft and hard finishes
Remote Driveway Gates:
Auto-remote controlled gates to carpark area. 2 remote controls per apartment included
Keyless electronic access to ground floor lobby
Controlled lift access to individual floors and communal facilities
Audio Visual intercom system to control access to ground floor residential lobby
CCTV including 4 camera points throughout the building
Apartments designed to collectively achieve average 6 star NatHERS energy rating
Low energy sensor controlled lighting to car parking and common areas
Natural lighting provided to apartment lobby corridors to minimise artificial lighting
Car Park Ventilation:
Car park ventilation systems minimised through natural ventilation and controlled by CO2 sensors
Two compliant lift cars to service all floors including parking
Ground Floor Foyer:
Glazed entry doors to foyer
Feature wall(s) as selected by architect/interior designer
Quality floor tiling throughout. Includes feature lighting
Gas barbeque provided
Casual table and chairs provided
Painted walls. Acoustic insulation rating as per BCA requirements
Fully rectified and vitrified floor tiles
Ensuite & bathroom Floors:
Fully rectified and vitrified floor tiles
Quality carpet standard or Selected Engineered Timber
Bedrooms and Robes:
Combination of painted plasterboard ceilings and skim coat finish. Generally 2.7 metre high ceilings to living areas and bedrooms except where drop ceilings or bulkheads are required for services
Fire rated self closing door
Painted hollow core door
Internal Door Hardware:
Designer range handles
Shelf and hanging rail
Sliding mirror doors complete with shelf and hanging rail
Three schemes: Dusk (Light) Driftwood (Dark) Lagoon (Light)
Downlights or surface mounted fittings as required
Provided to ensuites, bathrooms and laundries
GPO / Switch Plates:
Generous provision throughout
Provided to living and master bedroom
Pay TV Point:
1 Pay TV Point to living. Foxtel backbone wiring throughout building (Subscription by residents)
1 Data point (NBN cable to apartment - subscriptions by residents)
1 Telephone point
Combination of vinyl wrap and timber grain look prefinished board. Soft close drawers provided. Overhead cupboards over cooktop
Selected 20mm reconstituted stone bench tops
Selected colourback glass splashback
Recess provided with power point
Cupboard Door Furniture:
Selected designer range handles
Combination of vinyl wrap and timber grain look prefinished board
Selected 20mm reconstituted stone bench top
Bathroom / Ensuite Shower:
Semi-frameless clear glazed shower screen
Bathroom / Ensuite Splashback:
Selected tiled finish
Bathroom Wall Tiles:
Full height rectified ceramic wall tiles
Laminate or equivalent in selected colour
Quality ceramic tile
Washing Machine Recess:
Provided with power point. Concealed washing machine taps provided
Bosch 600mm wide electric glass cooktop or equivalent
Bosch 600mm wide stainless steel oven or equivalent
Bosch 600mm stainless steel rangehood or equivalent
Bosch stainless steel dishwasher or equivalent
Electric dryer included
Hot Water System:
Instantaneous electric hot water system
Reverse cycle ducted system to living area and all bedrooms
C2 AND C2A APT TYPES ONLY
106, 109, 206, 209, 306, 309, 406, 409, 502, 505, 602, 605, 702, 705 include the following:
Bosch 800mm wide electric glass cooktop or equivalent
Bosch 900mm wide stainless steel oven or equivalent
Bosch 900mm stainless steel rangehood or equivalent
Designer chrome mixer. Pull out sink mixer to apartment type C2 and C2a (106, 109, 206, 209, 306, 309, 406, 409, 502, 505, 602, 605, 702, 705)
Stainless steel double bowl sink
Basin Tap Sets:
Designer chrome range basin mixer
White ceramic basins to ensuite and bathroom
W / C:
Designer toilet suite or equivalent
Selected designer chrome range. Upgraded shower head to apartment type C2 and C2a (106, 109, 206, 209, 306, 309, 406, 409, 502, 505, 602, 605, 702, 705)
Selected chrome mixer with chrome shower rail
Laundry Trough Taps:
Selected designer chrome range taps
Stainless steel laundry trough
Selected designer chrome range
Bathroom Towel Rail:
Selected designer chrome range
Bathroom Toilet Paper Holder:
Selected designer chrome range
Freestanding baths to apartment type C2 and C2a (106, 109, 206, 209, 306, 309, 406, 409, 502, 505, 602, 605, 702, 705)
Whilst most people living within Azure Beachside Apartments are owner occupiers, the development also presents an outstanding investment opportunity. Rockingham’s unique location of being a seaside suburb with easy access to a large retail district and train station, as well as having access to large employment centres such as the nearby Kwinana Industrial Area, Australian Marina Complex and HMAS Stirling Naval Base makes it a popular investment choice.
The outstanding location with limited supply in the area means that there is very strong capital growth potential and we expect strong rental demand. Price increases in property have historically come when there is a unique product with high demand in an outstanding location.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics predicts that Perth’s population will significantly increase by 2020. Overlaid with this is the fact that Perth is undergoing a significant long term shift in demand towards apartment style living. Currently around 11% of Perth’s residents live in apartments whilst in Sydney and Melbourne the percentage is around 30%. As cities grow more and more, people trend towards apartment living. Perth is now a major international city and the time for significant demand for apartment living has come.
With construction now complete you have the opportunity to inspect your ideal investment here at Azure. Simply visit during one of our viewing times or contact us on 94295785 to discuss investment options at Azure Beachside Apartments and how we can help you further.
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Notifiable data breaches
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- notify you and the Privacy Commissioner of the potential breach; and
- take steps to minimise any harm caused to affected individuals as a result of the breach.
Notification of Changes
If we decide to change this Privacy Statement, we will post those changes to our website and other places we deem appropriate so our users are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it.
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