Huge 150m2 loft with 10 metre high ceilings. Wooden floors, white walls and plenty of light and space.
Close to the heart of Fremantle (5min walk) but just far enough away to escape the noise and have some space and privacy.
Fully furnished with quality eclectic pieces gathered from around the world. It feels like a cross between an art gallery, an urban sanctuary and a tarsus.
It has its own (unshared) entrance at street level which adds to its uniqueness and makes it feel like a hidden home
It is huge. Bigger than most 3 bedroom homes and also has 10m high ceilings. There are views to the port and also to the art centre.
I use to live here. It is furnished with items I have purchased over numerous years, some of which come from when I lived in New York. Nothing is overly precious, but I would appreciate it if you treat them well.
You can use anything in the property. There will always be lots of spare bedding and towels. For bedding look in the huge brown wooden chest.
There is a second queen size bed but it is a blow up mattress. Before you despair, it is the RollsRoyce of self inflating mattresses. This was a conscious decision by me at is a lot more comfortable than a fold out/sofa bed/camp bed.
Kids staying - it probably isn't safe for toddlers due to mezzanine and lots of stairs. But for babies it is safe and there is a portacot and cot bedding in the property. I can also leave some bibs, bowls, baby towels, spoons and other baby essentials if you ask.
Accès des voyageurs
Everywhere. There is one small linen cupboard that is locked (contains boring cleaning products and spares of things). The rest is available for you to use.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I live 1km away and am available by phone. So if you need anything during your stay, then you can ask and if needed we can come to you
The bedroom is an open sleeping mezzanine. It doesn't have walls? So it is partly private as people downstairs can't see you, but they can hear you.
There arent curtains on some of the windows. No-one can see in but the reason I am telling you is that when the sun comes up, the place floods with light. Depending on how you sleep, this might wake you up. I have provided sleeping masks.
It is labelled as not being kid friendly, but only toddlers who you are worried would jump off the mezzanine. It is set up for a baby and would be suitable for older kids too
If possible, don't wear shoes on the mezzanine.