One of Fremantle's hidden treasures set in-between two landmark hotspots, Bread In Common & Strange Company, you couldn't ask for a better location in the popular West End of Freo.
Live and drink in all Fremantle has to offer from this beautiful hidden oasis in the beating heart of Fremantle
As you enter off Nairn Street into the beautiful Pakenham St Apartments, you will feel safe and secure behind the double door to get in and out of the complex. Polished timber floors, freshly painted walls and the old brick work has been regrouted in the living room and second bedroom and has given the home the "New York" apartment look that showcases some of its rich history from the late 1800's original brickwork to the exposed wooden pillars.
The apartment has an open plan kitchen, dining & lounge that leads out to the naturally lit courtyard. You will enjoy the air conditioning all year round and the pleasant Fremantle doctor most afternoons.
Boasting two separate bedrooms with the main bedroom having a walk-in robe and connected to the bathroom/laundry and the 2nd bedroom has a new feature brick wall with built-in robes.
The apartment accommodates 4 people comfortably with 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom. Facilities include:
• 2 Bedroom
• FREE WIFI hard wired
• Air conditioning and heating
• Bedroom 1 has one Queen size bed
• Bedroom 2 has Double bed
• Fully functional kitchen with oven, cooktop, microwave & dishwasher
• Dining setting for 4 guests
• Private courtyard with outdoor seating
• Quality bed linen & bath linen provided
• Private laundry facilities include a washing machine & dryer
• Private bays for 1 car
• Central Fremantle
Warehouse, No. 56, on the corner of Nairn Street. The first building on the site, built in 1887, comprised offices and warehouses for W D Moore. From 1883 to 1912 it was used by confectionery manufacturers. It was then occupied by C H Fielding, a wool broker and, from 1924, was used by Westralian Farmers. In 1971 it became a workshop and store for a ship repairer, and subsequently a panel beater. It was altered in 1986 to Central Oyster Supplies. In the 1990s it was converted to become the beautiful Pakenham Apartments.