The Breckler House, Menora
The Breckler House (1937) 19 Alexander Drive, Menora. A private dwelling.
The substantial Inter War residence is the largest example of the work of designer/builder Horace Costello for the prominent businesswoman Mrs Fanny Breckler who had the Betts and Betts shoe chain. A significant landmark building with Art Deco interior detailing and represents the growth of the Perth metropolitan area and the development of Menora in the 1930’s. It had a large ballroom on the second floor and was sympathetically renovated in the 1990’s