Architect designed 110-year-old heritage outhouse conversion at the rear of historic Fairview estate. Unique light filled spaces and breathtaking luxury. Indoor and outdoor showers, crystal chandeliers, exposed brick, recycled jarrah barn doors, underfloor heating and antique lead lights make this a truly special tiny house heritage conversion. Polished warehouse finish concrete floors, an antique teak jali window, custom-designed furniture and steel beams make this space both unique and memorable.

Built in 1915 for Scottish Ice Engineer John Kennedy from the Perth Ice Works, Fairview is a particularly fine example of the architectural style typical of historic Subiaco and the late Gold Boom period. Its heritage significance reflects the development and settlement of a wealthy suburb.

Located on a prominent elevated corner block at the top of the hill, the Queen Anne Federation home is listed as a place of cultural heritage significance by the National Trust.