Modernist Architecture Meets Leafy Peppermint Grove

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With less than 600 properties in its jurisdiction, Peppermint Grove holds the title of one of Australia’s smallest and most exclusive locations. With an annual growth rate of 16%, the community is characterized by affluent housing, upscale restaurants and scenic views of the Swan River. Record some of the highest property prices in the state, the median home price sits at A$3.25 million and homes typically stay on the market for 43 days.

An ode to modernist architecture, this Peppermint Grove property is a delicate blend of glass and steel that permeates every room of the house. The house demonstrates perfect use of symmetry, raised platforms and natural light to create a contemporary, fresh and sophisticated space.

Defined by lush lawns at ground level, overall greenery and a swimming pool, the outdoor space is a restful retreat. This shaded and expansive area is ideal for entertaining, whether it’s lunches in the sun or just a space for the kids.

Using an industrial-chic palette, the open-plan areas of the home evoke a sense of downtown sophistication, warmed by the intermittent use of wood in the kitchen and living space.

With a choice of five generous bedrooms, including a master bedroom with spacious walk-in closet, en-suite and garden views, lavish living is included for the whole family and potential guests.

Showcasing understated elegance in every corner, this property is built with a beautiful Japanese-style reflection pond, framed by greenery and pastel pink walls.

Nestled in a prestigious pocket of Peppermint Grove, this property is minutes from pristine Western Australian beaches on one side and a short walk from the scenic Swan River on the other.

Boasting an unparalleled Perth location and opulent interiors, this home presents a lavish family oasis and is now accepting offers.

ABOUT Peppermint Grove

Source: PR Data

  • – Median home price of A$3,250,000
  • – 16% average annual growth
  • – 1,597 inhabitants
  • – 42 Middle Age
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