Charming, heritage listed cottage centrally located in East Fremantle’s vibrant George Street café, restaurant and boutique shopping strip and a few minutes stroll to the spectacular Swan River foreshore. Fully renovated in January 2017, sensitively adding luxury convenience to it's original heart and soul built in the late 1800's.
This property was built in 1896 and truly embodies the spirit of Fremantle. The Duke offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy an authentic taste of life in a city rich in history, culture and natural beauty.
Situated in the heart of George Street’s café, restaurant and boutique shopping strip, a leisurely 5 minute stroll to the spectacular Swan River foreshore and close to all that the city has to offer, the Duke is the perfect place to discover or return to Fremantle.
This property is ideal for a couple or family of 4 and has recently been sensitively restored and renovated. The Duke presents a rare opportunity to experience the very heart of Fremantle, lovingly improved and styled with opulent minimalism. It features 2 large bedrooms, open plan kitchen and a stunning living space with sweeping cathedral ceilings and wonderful natural light.
Bedroom 1 has a comfortable queen bed and is very simply and elegantly furnished with uninterrupted sunrise views. Bedroom 2 has a set of single bunk beds, toys, indestructible walls and plenty of art supplies! The property is tastefully furnished throughout and guests are invited to enjoy all of our much loved home.
The gardens at the rear of the property are beautifully landscaped and very private. Blankets and cushions are provided to spread out over the lawn and enjoy!
Accès des voyageurs
The entire property and gardens are available. A small set of drawers in Bedroom 2 and the garden shed is reserved for the owner and is unaccessible to guests.
This property is very private and a perfect couples getaway however noisy kids are welcome and encouraged! Strictly no smoking. Pets by specific arrangement only.
I love my kids, the ocean, and the wonderful freedom of belonging to this country and in particular the spectacular West Coast. My home town of Fremantle, a port city that walks to an individual beat with a strong connection with both present and past is very much my hearts Home and I am so grateful and proud to live in this place and have the opportunity to offer a glimpse of the lifestyle we are so lucky to enjoy.