The best in the west: luxury homes in WA

From sparkling in-ground pools to water views, teppanyaki plates and circular glass showers, a lot of luxurious homes have sold in Western Australia in the past 12 months.

If you have an address in western Perth’s affluent suburb of Peppermint Grove you’re almost guaranteed to make the list of the state’s most luxurious sales, while Mosman Park is another standout suburb.

While NSW’s most expensive abodes stretch well into the tens of millions, in WA things are a bit more affordable, with $8 million to $11 million securing you a pretty flash pad to call home.

35-37 The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant

$11.3 million

Sold on: 16 January 2021

Key features: 4 bed, 3 bath, 3 car 

What makes it special: It wouldn’t be hard to live the high life at this riverside property where everything from a floodlit tennis court, sparkling in-ground pool and opulent home theatre are all part of the package. Other features include an American oak kitchen, temperature controlled wine room and granite ensuite with a spa bath with panoramic views.

35-37 The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant. Source:

4 Ozone Parade, Cottlesloe

$10.25 million

Sold on: 28 March 2021

Key features: 5 bed, 5 bath, 4 car

What makes it special: Spread over multiple levels, with a lift, this home is the ultimate beach retreat. With sweeping ocean views and a modern design that is all about creating light, space and a breezy atmosphere, the home has a timber panelled kitchen, dining and living room that flows out to an enormous alfresco overlooking the in-ground pool.

4 Ozone Pde, Cottlesloe. Source:

34 Bay View Terrace, Mosman Park

$10.2 million

Sold on: 10 May 2021

Key features: 6 bed, 6 bath, 4 car

What makes it special: With a highly sought Peppermint Grove locale, this spacious home has sweeping Swan River views, an array of living and entertaining areas and a master suite that’s more like a posh hotel, with its own retreat, ensuite and outdoor area with picturesque views. Another feature sure to grab attention is the in-ground pool and poolside cabana where you can have a tropical holiday every day.

34 Bay View Tce, Mosman Park. Source:

50 Irvine St, Peppermint Grove 

$8.8 million

Sold on: 12 April 2021

Key features: 5 beds, 3 baths, 4 cars

What makes it special: Named ‘Hawthornden’, this Circa 1897 stone home blends old world charm with modern luxury. With a sweeping timber staircase and chandelier, along with high ceilings, hardwood floors, leadlight feature windows and fireplaces with period mantel pieces it’s a home with plenty of wow factor. The championship size tennis court, garden pavilion and in-ground pool are pretty swish too.

50 Irvine St, Peppermint Grove. Source:

26 Duncraig Rd, Applecross 

$8.2 million

Sold on: 28 February 2021

Key features: 8 bed, 7 bath, 6 car

What makes it special: This 1315sq m home has a distinct Art Deco influenced design and offers sweeping views that takes in the Swan River and Perth city skyline. Space and high-end fittings and fixtures are aplenty with curved rooms and huge glass windows to take in the views from every angle. Features include a billiards room, home theatre, in-ground pool and guest house.

26 Duncraig Rd, Applecross. Source:

6 Bay View Terrace, Peppermint Grove

$8 million 

Sold on: 24 September 2021

Key features: 5 bed, 4 bath, 8 car

What makes it special: Another home of grand proportions in the prestigious Peppermint Grove, this home has an array of living and dining areas, both inside and out. With a cinema, wine room, music room, a games room or gym, outdoor kitchen and a pool, you really do have the lot here.

6 Bay View Tce, Peppermint Grove. Source:

143 Forrest St, Peppermint Grove 

$7.2 million

Sold on: 15 May 2021

Key features: 

What makes it special: Built in 1902, ‘Carbrakine’ is a fully restored limestone mansion where the original features have been retained and complemented with a modern addition at the rear of the home. One of only three Queen Anne Federation-style homes designed by JJ Talbot Hobbs, the home is a slice of history. Features include period-influenced living spaces, a modern stainless steel kitchen and contemporary outdoor terrace set in lush gardens.

143 Forrest St, Peppermint Grove. Source:

7 Owston St, Mosman Park

$7.05 million

Sold on: 9 May 2021

Key features: 4 bed, 4 bath, 4 car

What makes it special: The original 1950s Geoffrey Summerhayes home has been completely transformed by local architect Ariane Prevost to make the most of its panoramic river, city and hills views. Standout features include a commercial kitchen with teppanyaki plate, Gaggenau oven, Siemens warmer and a steam oven. There’s a sitting room/library, a master suite with a dressing room and ensuite with a circular glass shower in the centre of the room and an in-ground pool.

7 Owston St, Mosman Park. Source:

CoreLogic data and listing information/images from was used to compile this list of some of the top-selling homes over the past 12 months. There may be more expensive sales with undisclosed prices that sold during the same time period.