Vincent Street House by Finn Pedersen FIRST HOUSE

In 1997, my wife Rhoda and I moved back to Perth after spending five years living in Broome and working in the Kimberley. For some time, we rented an apartment in Sunny Meed, the iconic block on Mount Street designed by mid-century architects Krantz and Sheldon. But before long, prompted by a significant rise in rent, we started to look for a house to purchase and renovate.

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