Beautifully presented apartment in Shenton Park close to City & Kings Park CBD
About Larissa Thomas
Thanks for looking at our property! I am Larissa owner manager for Short Rental Perth. I have been operating as a self-catered short term company since 2009. My team and I love hosting new guests and are always here should you need us but we give you space if you need that too. I help Alistar with his short term apartment.
Why Larissa Thomas chose Shenton Park
Wonderful location in the Shenton Park Area close to shopping and a 2-minute walk to the bus stop into the City. Pool and spa in the summer months.
What makes this Apartment unique
Everything you need is in this lovely apartment. All the comforts of home for you to enjoy
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Apartment to be left as it was found no damage and clean and tidy Extra cleaning above our standard clean will be charged per hour
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Shenton Park is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Subiaco and 4 km west of the Central business district. Its postcode is 6008. The suburb is named after the park that it contains; Shenton Park, which was named after George Shenton who originally owned the land that is now the suburb of Shenton Park.
On the western side is Shenton College, a purpose-built high school established in 2000, a teaching and rehabilitation hospital which includes a health science campus of Curtin University of Technology, two private hospitals, the University of Western Australia Shenton Field Station, offices of numerous health advocacy associations and depots and processing plants associated with the Water Authority and various councils.
The eastern side is almost entirely residential, with a small commercial area on Onslow Road, a primary school and several churches and halls.
Birds such as laughing kookaburra, red-tailed black-cockatoo, long-billed corella, lorikeets, Australian pelican, black swan among others can frequently be seen in the suburb especially at Jualbup Lake. The Lake is also home to long neck turtles and motorbike frogs. The bushland near Shenton College is home to indigenous bats with purpose-built bat boxes in an effort to protect them from non-indigenous birds.