The Curtin Family Home

Max Guests
4
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Car Parks
1
Air Conditioning
BBQ
Wifi

Relax in the surrounds of this famous historical home located in the heart of Cottesloe; this is your chance to stay in the home of an Australian Prime Minister. Curtin Family home was once the residence of war time PM John Curtin & his family.

Description

Relax in the surrounds of this famous historical home located in the heart of Cottesloe; this is your chance to stay in the home of an Australian Prime Minister. Curtin Family home was once the residence of war time PM John Curtin & his family.

Single level family home restored by the National Trust & formally opened by the Prime Minister in March 2011. Original period features throughout the home including a beautiful front & rear garden with white picket fence.

FREE WIFI

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout (heating/cooling).

Master bedroom with 1 King bed, wardrobe & chest of drawers. Bedroom 2 with 2 Single beds (Can be converted to a King), wardrobe & chest of drawers.

Bathroom has shower & toilet with original features including the basin & windows. Complimentary starter pack of Outback Essence guest amenities supplied in each bathroom. Fragrances selected from various parts of Australia, providing guests a truly Australian experience.

Bright original kitchen with appliances & cookware; stand-alone oven/cooktop, range hood, fridge & microwave. Please note no dishwasher. Tea & coffee facilities including complimentary tea, coffee & long life milk.

Separate dining room for 8 plus a sunny breakfast table next to kitchen.

Large living area with original details alongside modern touches such as large flatscreen TV, DVD player, IPOD dock & workstation.

Outdoor setting for 6 in gorgeous garden plus BBQ.

Full laundry facilities in separate building at rear of house includes washing machine/tumble dryer & large clothes line.

Quality bed & bath linen, plus beach towels provided.

Hairdryer, iron & ironing board included.

Private garage for 1 vehicle plus a spare outdoor car bay.

Curtin Family Home is a National Trust of Western Australia heritage property. www.nationaltrust.org.au/wa.

 

  • Single level family home restored by the National Trust & formally opened by the Prime Minister in March 2011. Original period features throughout the home including a beautiful front & rear garden with white picket fence
  • FREE WIFI
  • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout (heating/cooling)
  • Master bedroom with 1 King bed, wardrobe & chest of drawers
  • Bedroom 2 with 2 Single beds (Can be converted to a King), wardrobe & chest of drawers
  • Bathroom has shower & toilet with original features including the basin & windows
  • Complimentary starter pack of Outback Essence guest amenities supplied in each bathroom. Fragrances selected from various parts of Australia, providing guests a truly Australian experience.
  • Bright original kitchen with appliances & cookware; stand-alone oven/cooktop, range hood, fridge & microwave. Please note no dishwasher.
  • Tea & coffee facilities including complimentary tea, coffee & long life milk
  • Separate dining room for 8 plus a sunny breakfast table next to kitchen
  • Large living area with original details alongside modern touches such as large flatscreen TV, DVD player, IPOD dock & workstation
  • Outdoor setting for 6 in gorgeous garden plus BBQ
  • Full laundry facilities in separate building at rear of house includes washing machine/tumble dryer & large clothes line
  • Quality bed linen, bath linen and beach towels provided
  • Hairdryer, iron and ironing board included
  • Private garage for 1 vehicle plus a spare outdoor car bay

Curtin Family Home is a National Trust of Western Australia heritage property.
www.nationaltrust.org.au/wa

Reviews
  • Lovely to stay in an historical and yet very comfortable family home. A reminder of yesteryears. Frances - May 2016
  • Very comfortable home close to all important amenities. Staff quickly responded to any of our calls for assistance. Thank you. Wendy - July 2017