Lifestyle

Enviable Lifestyle

Situated in one of the few cul-de-sacs in Ardross, Tain Street Apartments offers you a quiet location with all the amenities you could ask for right at your doorstep.

Indulge in a wide range of continental restaurants and cafes at nearby Riseley Centre and Kearns Street cafes. The melting pot of cultural delights ensures you a variety of choice when it comes to choosing your lunch or dinner.

Just a few blocks down Canning Highway is a range of eateries and hotels. The iconic Raffles Hotel has been serving meals and drinks to its local patrons since 1937. The restaurant, bar, function room and beer garden have something on the menu for everyone to enjoy, not to mention the views overlooking the Swan River.

The South of Perth Yacht Club also boasts an outlook over the Swan and Canning Rivers down to Perth city. The licenced restaurant, alfresco dining and three bars cater for lunch and dinner time meals and drinks. And if you’re a boat owner, a land and water pen will at the Club mean you can be on the water in minutes of leaving home.

Enjoy the foreshores and rivers bordering Applecross and Mt Pleasant. Take a walk around the river via the many footpaths, cycle paths, jetties and boardwalks to enjoy this magnificent part of Perth.

A number of the apartments have views of the well-maintained Shirley Strickland Reserve. The well-maintained oval is perfect for those residents wanting to take the dog for a run, kick the footy with the kids or exercise.

Nearby Heathcote is a popular park for its views, playground, restaurants, gallery and museum. Enjoy an afternoon out with the extended family and take in everything Heathcote has to offer.

Riseley Centre

Tain Street residents can enjoy a short, five-minutes walk to the bustling retail precinct of Riseley Centre.

Located at the intersection of Riseley Street and Canning Highway in Ardross and Applecross, the area will be transformed into a vibrant hub of mixed use premises with a boulevard character.

Development has begun on the precinct’s commercial, entertainment and retail premises on the ground floor while commercial offices will occupy the upper levels.

The vibrant retail space will include quality supermarkets, butchers and bakers for daily shopping requirements while the entertainment offerings include a full-service gym, small bars, community and function centres. It is expected that the new commercial buildings will attract general practitioners, dentists and accountants.

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Cycle

Cycle and walk around the river

Culture

Stroll to cafe’s and restaurants

Central

Central to Perth and Fremantle

Clean

Well-kept parks and reserves

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