The sale of Perth’s historic London Court could mark the beginning of change in the CBD.

Built in 1937 for gold miner Claude de Bernales, the mock-Tudor mall currently serves as a retail space with offices above three levels.

Buyers will be able to take advantage of its residential zoning and turn the 24 office spaces back into apartments.

It sits on a 1712sqm site between St Georges Terrace and Hay Street.

It includes four levels, plus basement, with a gross building area of more than 3021sqm.

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