Dig out the spare change from the back of the couch cushions, dig through the glovebox and rummage in your pockets. With the help of reiwa.com.au, we’re here to show you a sneaky look inside some very schmick homes – don’t let dreams be dreams be kids!
18 Richardson Avenue, Claremont
We’ll be honest, we audibly gasped when we saw this Claremont home. Built into cliffs overlooking the Swan River, terraced gardens boast a cliff top viewing deck, tennis court and spectacular infinity pool. The home itself was built in 1905, and is just as grand as you’d expect for its era and prime location – with the warmth of a family home.
Check out 18 Richardson Avenue’s listing HERE.
1200 Alison Street, Mount Helena
Get out of the big smoke and into this sprawling Mount Helena estate. With a massive 50 acres of land, the property includes not just a huge five bedroom, five bathroom residence, but the award-winning Amaroo Retreat & Spa and its attached fine dining restaurant, the Lounge. The home itself offers unparalleled resort-style living, with the back of the home opening out onto a tranquil pool and a cosy sunken fire pit. Inside, the ground floor boasts three bedroom suites, each with their own luxury ensuite, dressing room and kitchenette – as well as a fully equipped kitchen gym, cinema room and much more.
Take a closer look at 1200 Alison Street HERE.
36 Sudbury Way, City Beach
Designed by architect David Hartree, 36 Sudbury Way makes a truly striking impression. As well as the unique, curved roofline, the home’s adventurous design is seen throughout – from the seamless connection between the inside and the playful garden, to its bright orange spiral staircase or the seafoam-inspired bubble windows.
Check out 36 Sudbury Way’s listing HERE.
125 The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant
There is nothing – and we mean nothing! – restrained about this Mount Pleasant home. With a huge frontage onto the Canning River, this impressive home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms across its three levels. The striking, Italian-inspired interior is made even more eye-catching by a series of frescoes and coffered ceilings throughout the home – particularly by the dome fresco in the double-height entryway.
Have a look at 125 The Esplanade’s listing HERE.
38 Marine Parade, Cottesloe
It’s hard to miss 38 Marine Parade. The home may be coastal in location – directly across the street from the bright turquoise of the Indian Ocean – but it’s got an aesthetic that’s as sleek as they come. The Zorzi built home occupies a whopping three blocks, maximising its outlook onto the ocean with extensive glazing and luxe outdoor entertaining areas – including a stunning, minimalist pool and conversation pit, plus a generously sized covered alfresco and outdoor kitchen that flows into the dining room.
Take a peek inside 38 Marine Parade HERE.
134 Glyde Street, Mosman Park
Originally built in 1987, this is the first time this spacious, three storey home has been offered on the market in over 35 years. Each of the three levels are flooded with light from the huge windows that look over Freshwater Bay – in particular, the sleek kitchen that was renovated in 2014.
Check out 134 Glyde Street’s listing HERE.
4 Lindsay Place, Bicton
We’ve already waxed lyrical about the gorgeousness that is 4 Lindsay Place (AKA Infinity Views), but we’ll take any excuse to harp on about it again! The breathtaking home is perched high in the cliffs of Blackwall Reach, with some views that will knock your socks off. Each of the home’s three levels boasts stunning outlooks over the water – particularly that luxurious infinity pool (surrounded by a huge 150sqm of decking), and the upper level’s alfresco dining area, which also provides a window through to the river as you enter via the cobblestone driveway.
Find out more about 4 Lindsay Place HERE.
8 Weelara Road, City Beach
With the salty sea air blowing through your hair and the sound of waves crashing, you’ll feel like you’ve taken to the seven seas in this luxurious City Beach home. Inspired by a yacht, the home’s inspiration is clear throughout its design – particularly in the bold, curving staircase that winds its way through the centre of the three floors. You can also take in the spectacular views from the huge pool, or even bigger third floor balcony that runs the length of the western side of the house.
Take a look at 8 Weelara Road HERE.
10 Keane Street, Peppermint Grove
This Peppermint Grove home is a stunning example of Queen Anne architecture. With all the grandeur of a home built circa 1900, it also possesses the charm and warmth of a family home. As well as the delightful established gardens, the interior has been meticulously maintained across its two levels. Each of its six bedrooms is more impressive than the last, culminating in the large primary bedroom and its opulent ensuite.
Take a look at 10 Keane Street HERE.
5/11 Brown Street, East Perth
When the listing price is a cool $20m… Well, they’re not playing around with this luxe penthouse. Occupying the top two floors of the Mardalup Building, the apartment looks out over the Swan River and over to Perth Stadium and the iconic Matagarup Bridge. The interior of the apartment is a gigantic 898sqm: six bedrooms each with their own ensuites, three (yes, three!) kitchens, your own gym and theatre… The list just goes on and on. Fittingly, the home’s aesthetic is appropriately opulent, with luxurious finishes across every square inch.
Check out 5/11 Brown Street’s listing HERE.
26 Hobbs Avenue, Dalkeith
If a home can be understated yet opulent, restrained yet larger than life – it’s 26 Hobbs Avenue. While sleek and modern, the home utilises materiality like American Oak parquet flooring, marble and Venetian plaster to lend a timeless opulence. That’s just the start, though – the breathtaking pool walkway, the backlit onyx feature wall, even the scale of the dressing room makes this a home that has to be seen to be believed.
Take a closer look at 26 Hobbs Avenue HERE.
3 Masson Mews, Mosman Park
A striking example of modern luxury, Masson Mews’ three levels and endless windows capture some truly gorgeous views across Mosman Park’s Minim Cove. In spite of its contemporary, minimalistic style, the spaciousness of the home makes it truly feel palatial – including within its four bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Check out 3 Masson Mews’ listing HERE.
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