Welcome to an urban lifestyle of sophistication and modern culture, within an exciting central hub of inner-city vibrancy.
Situated on the famous strip of Walcott Street, this landmark corner site offers stunning views of the Perth CBD skyline, with a range of specifications, layouts and options for future residents and local businesses looking for a prime location in the bustling district of Menora – one of Perth’s leafiest suburbs.
Situated within 3 kilometres of the Perth city, Menora takes full advantage of it’s perfect blend of inner-city living and culture thanks to an array of local amenities, leisure offerings and transport links.
The development provides a multitude of residential and commercial premises, offering the flexibility of both internal and street side parking for residents and visitors, with disabled access facilities including Acrod parking bays, fold away shower seats and special needs toilet suites.
High spec appliances and modern finishes:
- Superior stone bench tops
- Engineered oak floors
- Brushed chrome recessed LED downlights
- Black matt bathroom fittings
- Laminex splashbacks and cabinets
- Premier Bosch appliances
- Induction hotplates
- Split system air-conditioning
- Santini Gooseneck sink mixers
- Premium lighting throughout
Remaking History… Did you know?
Established in 1954 as an offshoot to the more well-known suburb of Mt Lawley, Menora offers a rare blend of wide open spaces and inner city living, set within a vibrant community steeped in history and legacy.
The naming of the suburb was first derived from both its Jewish heritage and the local Menora Gardens Picture Theatre – an influential building at the time which enjoyed a specific Art Deco style. In line with this historical background, this iconic style has been carried across to form the external styling of the 204 Walcott development.
The unique exterior façade draws inspiration from Menora’s humble beginnings, where the suburb’s name was influenced by the iconic Menora Gardens Picture Theatre back in 1954, which shared the same Art Deco style.
Whilst this legacy lives on through the exterior of the complex, it is very much a story of modern style and sophistication when stepping inside this boutique, contemporary complex.
The old corner shop
Construction under way