Floreat trophy home designed by Raymond Jones listed

Floreat trophy home designed by Raymond Jones listed
Floreat trophy home designed by Raymond Jones listed

A trophy home in Western Australia’s Floreat has hit the market.

Located at 82 Oceanic Drive, the property underwent a major revamp by the vendors.

The pair purchased the home, which was architecturally designed by modernist Raymond Jones, in 2017 for $1.08 million.

Jones was mentored under Australian architect Robin Boyd, experimenting with space and environmental design. 

He was known as the 'pioneer of sustainability.’ 

Breathing new life into the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home, the renovated masterpiece is now on the market again.

Floreat trophy home designed by Raymond Jones listed

The original unique timber-beam detailing, and parquet flooring from 1964 were kept, however the home has been rejuvenated to a specific level of luxury.

Set on 817 sqm, the home offers an in-ground pool, self-contained granny flat with front access and balcony.

Floreat trophy home designed by Raymond Jones listed

The home is listed through Duet Property Group agents Emily Hiskins and Craig Gaspar.

It is situated just moments from Floreat Beach and Wembley Downs golf course.

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