Peppermint Grove restored historic home hits the market

Peppermint Grove restored historic home hits the market
Peppermint Grove restored historic home hits the market

A Tudor style residence in Peppermint Grove, Western Australia has hit the market with $5.95 million hopes. 

The home at 33 McNeil Street, restored just 5 years ago, is now a showpiece example of heritage listed architecture.

Justin Davies of Space Real Estate Cottesloe has the listing. 

Set within a sought after street lined with Peppermint trees, the home features gabled roof characterising its Tudor style and front façade draped in vine leaves.

Peppermint Grove restored historic home hits the market

It comprises traditional den study, gourmet kitchen, formal and informal living, master suite and two self-contained guest lodgings.

The recently added loft space is large enough to incorporate a lounge setting and bedroom suite. 

Peppermint Grove restored historic home hits the market

Other highlights include manicured garden, solar heated pool, decked patio alfresco area, and double garage plus additional parking.

The home is within walking distance to elite private schools and shopping centre. 

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