Grand And Graceful: Prize-Winning Mount Pleasant Home Ticks Boxes
Stylish and elegant, this Mount Pleasant mansion is a real showstopper – and it could be yours.
Crowned the Master Builders Association of Western Australia’s Top WA Home in 2015, the residence at 259 The Esplanade, showcases intricate detail, superior workmanship and unparalleled indulgence.
Designed by Parm Tjhung Designs and constructed by the illustrious Brian Burke Homes, the property is attune to luxe living with a jaw-dropping six car garage, Schonbek crystal chandeliers, swimming pool and a gymnasium with a view.
With a dedicated theatre room, private elevator and basement garage and man cave, the sprawling four bedroom, four bathroom manor sits on a 1012sqm block and delivers more than 900sqm of living space.
The penthouse-style master suite has a retractable television in the bedroom dresser, while the grand ensuite features twin vanities and an elaborate mosaic artwork above the tub.
Mahogany, oak, walnut and cherry timbers marry with wrought iron, marble, curved glass and polished plaster, bringing an air of sophistication to the interior design.
Mont managing director Matthew Podesta said the listing presented an opportunity to own one of the most magnificent riverfront residences in Perth.
“This home is reminiscent of one of the finest international luxury hotels, with exquisite finishes and details indicative of quality craftsmanship,” Mr Podesta said.
“It’s little wonder it was crowned WA’s best home in 2015. It truly is one in a million.”
Brian Burke Homes managing director Michael Burke said 259 The Esplanade, Mount Pleasant was a work of art and had been recognised for its design aesthetic and quality workmanship – traits the business prided itself on.
“We are proud to be acknowledged year after year as one of WA’s most eminent builders and our dedication to quality homes knows no bounds,” Mr Burke said.
“The intricate nature of this design and the amount of detail involved in curating this masterpiece was phenomenal. Our master craftsmen were pushed to their limits, and they flourished, producing one of the most beautiful homes we’ve ever built.
“We are incredibly honoured to have been involved in bringing this wonderful property to fruition and look forward to a new owner enjoying this home.”
Real Estate Institute of WA data shows Mount Pleasant has experienced significant growth in the past year, with an increase of 2.8%. The median house price in Mount Pleasant is $1.21 million.
Mr Podesta expects the property to attract offers in the high $6 millions. Click here to see more.