Faversham House was built by the pioneering Monger family circa 1840 and is one of Western Australia's oldest privately owned colonial mansions. The manor has been lovingly restored and furnished with Victorian-style décor to offer a blend of 21st-century comfort and 19th-century charm. The care and custody of this iconic property recently passed to new owners Emerson Munro and Kimberley Anning.
With seven manor rooms and two additional ensuite rooms in the servants' courtyard, Faversham is the perfect place to host a family reunion, get together with friends, or have a romantic retreat. Explore the delights of the Avon Valley's wildflowers, heritage towns, hot air ballooning and nature walks ... or just relax and soak up the atmosphere at Faversham.
The new owners invite you to turn off your mobile phone and step back in time as you sit by the fire in the drawing room, explore the books in the library, or indulge in some old-fashioned games in the parlour. Don't be surprised if you find Emerson strumming the harp or Kimberley playing the guitar by the fire.