People often have misgivings about living in high-rise apartment buildings. From concerns about earthquake safety, to convenience, to taking care of pets or older family members, right down to the minor inconvenience of waiting for the elevator.
What if we told you that these are all non-issues here in The Park House Nakanoshima Tower?
Completed in 2017, the tower is built to Japan`s newest, stringent earthquake resistance standards and with the most modern building techniques and materials available.
The property itself is located only 2 mins walk from Nakanoshima station on the new Keihan Nakanoshima line which has been slated for extension out to the west to connect to existing and future developments such as Universal Studios Japan, the projected integrated resort and casino site, as well as the site of the 2025 EXPO. In terms of convenience, the building houses its own prestigious Hankyu Oasis supermarket, concierge services, a cafe lounge, a golf practice range, a purpose-built bicycle maintenance workshop, guest room facilities and a slew of other facilities you would expect in a property like this.
Pets are permitted in the building and the upper and lower floors are well serviced, each with numerous high speed elevators, meaning you will barely notice the time spent waiting for your elevator or the time it takes to get to the lobby.
The view of Osaka city and the bay beyond from the 49th floor are beyond the imagination, spectacular sunsets and an incredible night-time view are enough to change ones whole perspective on high-rise living.
The apartment itself is a superbly appointed 1 bedroom (1LDK) upgraded upon completion to a standard above regular units in the building. The standard entrance hall has been fitted with marble flooring throughout, the vanity area with a beautiful stone backsplash, and the standard bathroom door replaced with single-pane glass as well as other cosmetic modifications. The semi-open plan kitchen counter has been expanded and the granite counter top and “waterfall” are also non-standard upgrade. The in-counter gas stove is a high-spec state of the art imported french model with APP control capabilities, giving you temperature and timing controls through your smart phone or tablet.
The current owners are also willing to consider including a number of pieces of their own art collection, glass sculptures by one of the worlds most reknowned glass artists, and various oil paintings. The property has also had a number of semi-custom built furniture items which the owners will also consider passing on to prospective buyers, most importantly the bedroom shelving storage and “Murphy” bed unit and writing desk.
The property is available for viewings by appointment only.
Please feel free to contact us: Fraser or Kaori, directly for viewings or further property information.