There’s nothing that makes our heart skip a beat like a stately terraced house – and this one’s a real beauty. Courtesy of our mates at Crib Creative, we’re crushing hard on this historic Fremantle home.
As soon as you approach the Queen Victoria Street home, the historical details are striking – in particular, the ornate, Federation filigree facade that frames the tiled verandah and upper level balcony.
Inside, the grandeur continues – with spectacularly high ceilings, crown moulding, generously wide jarrah flooring, fireplaces and charming ceiling roses. Impeccably restored, the home was even recognised with a Fremantle Heritage Award.
The kitchen has been sensitively updated to make the home suitable for any master chefs or entertainers, with ample storage, deep butler’s sinks and a stainless steel range – plus a chandelier to keep things appropriately fancy!
The snazziness continues upstairs, as you ascend a staircase that feels at once labyrinthine and grand.
The upper level boasts three of the home’s four bedrooms – including the main suite with walk-in robe, ensuite with bath, and a really quite delightful balcony that looks over the hustle and bustle of Queen Victoria Street.
To the rear of the upper level, a large room can be the fourth bedroom, or transformed into a studio or large living room. Whatever you use the space for, you’ll want to take advantage of the sunset views over the harbour.
You can take a further look at 18 Queen Victoria Road over at its listing, HERE.
Photos courtesy of Crib Creative