13 new rentals available around Perth and Fremantle right now

Finding a place to live can feel like the Wild West, but if you need a light at the end of the tunnel, we’ve found a handful of Perth’s most charming homes available to rent this week, across a range of budgets.

3/744 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley ($480/week)

This Mount Lawley apartment is filled right down to its sky-high ceilings with retro charm. Located on the top floor of a four-apartment Art Deco building, it’s essentially next door to one of our latest and favorite eateries, testun, and only minutes from the IGA on 2nd Ave, which is both convenient and chic. The ceilings are made even more stunning with ornate ceiling roses and leaded windows overlook the resort’s surrounding jacaranda trees. To be honest, we are tempted to move here ourselves!

Find out more about 3/744 Beaufort Street HERE.

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181 Broome Street, Cottesloe ($1400/week)

This one is a real stunner (and the sexiest rental on the list). Remember That Mid-Century Cottesloe Masterpiece We Shared Back In April? Well, this handsome bad boy is now up for rent! We’ve been lyrical for long enough, but we can’t help but drool over that copper fireplace, wood siding, and exposed brickwork. Lovely retro!

Take a closer look at 181 Broome Street HERE.

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92/2 Sherwood Court, Perth ($450/week)

This week’s properties are packed with history, and while there’s fierce competition, this one might be the standout of the bunch. Located on the ninth floor of the historic Art Deco Lawson Apartments, the house is a stunning example of period architecture, as well as downtown living. As well as quite a lavish interior, the apartment offers some of the most impressive views you can have of Elizabeth Quay and the river!

Check out the listing for 2/2 Sherwood Court HERE.

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45 Hampden Street, South Perth ($580/week)

Oh, you thought we were done with some amazing period features? You thought wrong, baby! This south Perth three-bed is a sight to behold, with ornate leaded windows, wooden architraves, ceiling roses and quirky built-in lounges. We can’t get enough – but to seal the deal, it’s also just around the corner from Angelo Street!

Take a look at the listing for 45 Hampden Street HERE.

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14 Bedford Street, East Fremantle ($1100/week)

We try not to totally spam you with a million photos of every house – and this five-bedroom house in East Freo has certainly made it difficult. Each room is more charming than the last, with loads of gorgeous 1920s features, with leaded windows inside and out, wooden architravinh, ceiling roses and polished wooden floors. Although it retains its charm, it has also been updated to become a contemporary family home, with renovations to both the kitchen and bathrooms.

See the listing for 14 Bedford Street HERE.

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95 Olive Street, Subiaco ($790/week)

If there’s one thing Subi does well, it’s pretty cottages – and this Olive Street home is no exception. Set on a large leafy block, we obsess over the characterful home’s brick archway, reflected inside on the ornate Art Deco fireplace. The kitchen and bathrooms have been thoughtfully updated to make everyday life easier – plus it’s just down the road from Kings Park and only a few CAT bus stops from the CBD!

Take a closer look at the listing for 95 Olive Street HERE.

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46 Pennant Street, North Perth ($950/week)

From Art Deco character to brand new! This newly built house in the north of Perth makes us dizzy: the bathrooms! This kitchen! These tiles! The stove! As well as the beautiful and modern interior, the house is quite conveniently located just around the corner from the charming delights of North Perth, Leederville and Mount Hawthorn (and less than a four-minute walk from the brand new Hank’s Corner Cafe).

Take a look at the listing for 46 Pennant Street HERE.

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49 Walcott Street, Mount Lawley ($600/week)

The inner north is really showing off this week, with this practically lavish three-bedroom home also hitting the market. Inside, you can admire that magnificent staircase, polished floors and crown moldings – or watch the world go by from the incredible wrap-around porches on both levels. Just two blocks from Beaufort Street, the large family home is within walking distance of all Mount Lawley’s bars, cafes and restaurants.

See the listing for 49 Walcott Street above HERE.

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25 Cave Loop, Yanchep ($700/week)

This week featured plenty of charming homes within walking distance of suburban cafes and bars – but what if you need a little more space? This Queenslander-style Yanchep house has one of the most impressive wraparound porches we’ve ever seen, and sits on a massive 2000m2 block with plenty of gum trees and kookaburras. Although you have plenty of space (including the four bedrooms inside) you are not too far from local amenities.

Take a look at the list of 25 Cave Loop over HERE.

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250 Lake Street, Perth ($720/week)

We really can’t imagine a better location than this Lake Street townhouse. Sandwiched between Hyde Park (lush) and Miller + Baker (delicious), you’re also less than 30 minutes’ walk from Perth’s CBD. Many character details (original floors, high ceilings, wrought iron lace railings) are balanced with large open-plan living areas and a huge roof terrace. At the front you can watch the world go by from the huge leafy lace balcony – accessed by lovely patio doors to the master bedroom.

Take a closer look at 250 Lake Street HERE.

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112 Edward Street, Perth ($650/week)

Just a five-minute drive from 250 Lake Street, 112 Edward Street is home to, frankly, one of Perth’s greatest murals. Aside from the steamy murals, the three-bedroom home also boasts gorgeous jarrah floors, a remodeled kitchen, and a charming front yard.

Find out more about 112 Edward Street HERE.

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41 Bellevue Terrace, Fremantle ($520/week)

From a newly built home to original historical beauty! On the outskirts of Freo’s central business district, this house was once part of Fremantle Prison’s “permission ticket” program, which allowed convicts to transition to free settlers. The property is now a unique two bedroom house with lots of historic character – as well as a very pretty courtyard!

Take a look at the listing for 41 Bellevue Terrace HERE.

Pictures via reiwa.com.

8 Waverley Street, South Perth ($1300/week)

Well maintained cottage in the front, modern industrial vibe in the back! The front half of the house retains its polished wooden floors and art deco ceiling roses, but the rear renovation features a huge open plan, industrial style kitchen and living room, with polished concrete floors and huge windows overlooking the garden and grandmother’s apartment. .

Take a closer look at the 8 Waverley Street listing HERE.

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