Toschkoff House, Floreat heritage-listed trophy home sold

Toschkoff House, Floreat heritage-listed trophy home sold
Toschkoff House, Floreat heritage-listed trophy home sold

Toschkoff House, the landmark home in Floreat, has been sold after hitting the market for the first time in six decades. 

The home at 32 Donegal Road home was designed by architect Iwan Iwanoff for his close friend’s family in 1959.

The minimalist design of Toschkoff House incorporates the use of stone, timber, glass and concrete.

Set on an 857sqm lot, the home comprises three bedrooms, one bathroom and one parking space. 

Toschkoff House, Floreat heritage-listed trophy home sold

It also features north facing yard, original kitchen and second living space or library.

According to the Town of Cambridge’s Heritage List, the heritage-listed home is noted for its “aesthetic value as an intact example of the late 20th-century international style and as a landmark in the streetscape”. 

Toschkoff House, Floreat heritage-listed trophy home sold

The single-storey stone and brick house is located nine kilometres from the Perth CBD.

It was sold by Emily Hiskins of DUET Property Group Nedlands. 

The single-storey stone and brick house, located nine kilometres from the Perth CBD, was the home of Rita Toschkoff, 92.

Ms Hiskins said Toschkoff House had an asking price of “from mid-$1 million”.

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Trophy Sale Floreat

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