The Warders’ Cottages were listed for sale in late 2016, the first time in 165 years. Photo: Colliers International

Fremantle heritage buildings expected to sell for $8m

Built by convicts in the 1850s, the warders’ cottages next to Fremantle Markets are expected to sell for a total of $8.2 million.

The sale of the 15 limestone cottages, grouped into three stand-alone terraces and occupying a total land area of 3,544 square metres on Henderson Street, was negotiated by Colliers International and listed on the market in late 2016 – the first time the properties were offered for sale in 165 years.

The properties were valued at $730,000 before the state government invested $3.4 million for conservation works, service upgrades, subdivision and pre-sale planning.


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