|The lovely gate with apartments on each side of the walkway|
The building was a former clothing factory in the 1920's, later transformed into small apartments - on one side with 3 floors (2 bedrooms) and on the other side 2 floors (1 bedroom).
They are modelled in the New York style loft apartments, with the high ceilings which give the apartments a sense of space and lots of light.
These conversions are becoming quite fashionable in the Fremantle area as well, with the remodelling of old warehouses and factories.
This particular apartment belongs to a lady who is the national president of the Design Institute of Australia (DIA), and accordingly very artistically decorated as you can see in these photos.
|The walkway separating the entrances on the left and right of the building|
|The walkway - looking up|
|The little entrance courtyard - just enough for some greenery|
|The full wall of windows in the lounge looking through to the courtyard|
|The lounge with double height ceilings and all that light!|
|Here you can see part of the tiny kitchen and dining room beyond and another small courtyard|
|The bedroom with build in robes and windows above with the soaring ceiling. There was an en-suite next to it|
|The tiny courtyard at the rear by the dining room, seen from the bedroom|
|The tiny rear courtyard|