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Here’s a terrific property for you if you’re handy with the tools and want a good home on a big block.
Before long, you’ll easily increase the value of your investment and enjoy great indoor and outdoor living.
Well located within easy reach of schools, a shopping centre and town, the property consists of a neat fibro home on a 1,012sqm block – that’s a quarter acre, so there’s stacks of space for children, pets, vehicles with space for the big shed!
The home is in good condition and with a tad of modernisation and a spruce up, it will really shine.
It has a lovely ambience, with polished jarrah floorboards and high ceilings throughout most of the rooms.
A hallway inside the front door opens onto an air-conditioned lounge, where a big window takes in the afternoon sun. Next off the hallway are the kitchen and adjoining meals area, which are also air conditioned. Beyond that, a rear entrance hall leads to the laundry, toilet and a good-sized single bedroom with outside access, making this an ideal home office to run a business from home or for personal use.
The other two bedrooms, both generous doubles, are near the bathroom, which has a bath, walk-in shower and vanity.
At the rear is an impressive sheltered patio of about 5m x 10m. Here, there’s space for a family-sized outdoor setting, barbecue and pizza oven and still room left over for playing and relaxing.
A real dream is the fully enclosed back yard – mostly in lawn, it has a feature gum tree at the far end and a good-sized lock-up shed.
Parking is no problem, either. There’s a triple-length lockable carport on one side of the house and on the other, double gates lead through to the rear for secure parking of the trailer, boat or caravan.
The addition of a recently replaced Colorbond roof, 12 solar panels, excellent fencing and tidy gardens finish off this substantial property.
One of the most appealing aspects of this investment though, is the price tag. It will allow first home buyers to get a foot on the property ladder with a comfy home to do up and love, adding value into the bargain.
What you need to know:
– Character home in good condition
– Recently replaced Colorbond roof
– 12 solar panels
– 1,012sqm (quarter acre) block
– Easy access to schools, shops and town
– Jarrah floorboards, high ceilings
– Air-conditioned lounge
– Air-conditioned kitchen and meals area
– Two big double bedrooms
– One good-sized single bedroom with external access – ideal for home office
– Bathroom with bath, shower and vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– 10mx5m sheltered rear patio
– Fenced back yard, mostly in lawn
– Good-sized shed
– Triple-length lockable carport
– Tidy, easy-care gardens
– In good condition and ripe for value-adding
– Great property for children and pets
How do you even begin to put into words a place that is so breathtakingly stunning and exquisitely unique? A retreat that has perfectly included life’s luxuries while not detracting from the raw beauty of one of the world’s most ancient mountain ranges which spectacularly rises over the property.
Flicking through the pages of the guest book, the healing power of this property is evident, with past guests waxing lyrical about its abilities to refresh and revitalise and gushing about its pure tranquillity and seclusion.
It’s no surprise to find out that many guests from all over Australia and the world have returned time and time again, such is the incredible lure of this place.
Its rugged, awe inspiring beauty abounds right from the first impression, the winding driveway that tours you through just a sample of the property’s combination of undulating bushland, tall timber and fields and a glorious lake where a peaceful observatory bench seat is positioned to help you further relax.
Nestled on the hillside, the abode has been designed to wholeheartedly embrace the national park environment which surrounds it on three sides, inspired with raw timber and earthy tones so that it does not detract but rather adds to the scenery.
Tiered native gardens and a pebble walkway lead to the homes secluded entrance, screened by wooden panels with a bespoke wooden doorway unveiling the extraordinary vista.
Architecturally designed with love, the home sets about providing multiple spaces to sit and soak up the ambience, be it rain, mountain mist or shine (all incredibly beautiful to witness from this position).
An expansive deck and outdoor entertaining area sits between the two buildings, providing a place to bask in the sun, sit with a book and a cup of tea or enjoy outdoor dining all while observing the flutter of wildlife in their natural environment.
The main building of the home embraces you as you step inside, its gloss jarrah floorboards and wall panels with dado rail contrasts with the soft cream and extensive glazing to paint a truly homely picture.
An open plan dining space and lounge sit to the front of the space, cuddled around the wood fireplace and dwarfed under the soaring gabled ceiling with down lighting, fan and reverse cycle air conditioning to ensure comfort in all seasons.
The bespoke jarrah kitchen combines rustic charm with high end glamour, the raw jarrah cabinetry enhanced by contrasting rouge splashbacks, granite look benches, stainless steel appliances, a glass and stainless steel range hood, utensil hooks and feature down lighting.
A set of pine steps lead past the raw tree trunk supporting beam, somewhat of a centrepiece, before it introduces the living quarters.
Two stunning king sized bedrooms, are placed at opposite ends of the mezzanine style hall, reversed replicas, each with stunning character features, stylish bespoke ensuites, built in robes shielded by a velvet curtain, and of course large windows which allow an outlook towards the Porongurups from the comfort of your bed.
At the opposite side of the deck, the retreat really comes into its own, as wood and glass bifold doors connect into the luxurious spa room, with the sunken hydrotherapy spa with massage beds and 43 jets, sooths any remaining stress away, wine glass in hand while you admire your surrounds. It just doesn’t get any better than that!
A separate laundry and storage room and a screened clothes drying area can also be found here.
The home, while perfect for getting back to nature, is also connected to modern technologies, with Wi-Fi and a Satellite dish on hand.
Beyond the existing home, there is plenty of planned spaces for additional chalets if you wish to go down that path, with up to three more permitted on the property without rezoning, and the 14,000 trees planted on the property providing each location with its own sense of seclusion.
Guests or residents can stroll around the property’s walk trails, through the stunning Karri and native bushland, truly connecting with the great outdoors.
Its location, as a central hub to all of the delights that the Great Southern has to offer, makes it a wonderful investment as a business opportunity, or the most enviable retreat style home you will find.
What you should know:
– An extraordinary retreat in the Porongurups
– Exquisite designed home
– 40 acre property surrounded by National Park
– Expansive entertainers deck and spa room
– Serenity, quiet, amazing outlook
– Excellent potential as a retreat business or incredible home
– Capitialise on adventure tourism region
– Ability to expand with further dwellings ( subject to approvals )
– Manage remotely and prosper
– 35 mins to Albany, 20 mins to Mt Barker
– Heart of the wine region
– Rare opportunity not to be missed
If you’d rather be fishing, swimming, bowling or playing golf than being tied down to house maintenance and big gardens, you should take a close look at this beautiful property.
And for those who prefer to stay at home and enjoy a relaxing lifestyle and lovely outlook, it fits that bill, too.
About 1km from the shore, bowls, Eyre Park and all the attractions of the prime Middleton Beach tourist precinct, the home is secure, comfortable and very well maintained.
It would ideally suit a couple or small family, and it would be a perfect lock-and-leave for those spending winter in warmer climes, or a city pad for farmers.
The brick and Colorbond home finished in a pale sage grey-green render, is one of four in a classy complex. It enjoys an expansive outlook taking in Mira Mar hill, Lake Seppings, glimpses of Middleton Bay and beyond to Gull Rock National Park.
A sheltered, paved veranda at the front and side of the home shares the view with the impressive living area consisting of an open lounge and adjoining dining room. These sunny, light rooms are open to the kitchen, which has attractive cabinetry, a corner pantry and gas cooktop.
A hallway leads to the three bedrooms, two of which are big doubles and the third is a good-sized single. All have built-in robes and the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity.
The main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity has the thoughtful addition of a powder room for guest use outside the separate toilet.
Other features for the owners’ comfort and convenience include ducted air conditioning, a storage shed as part of the main building at the rear, and a security system.
All carpets, window treatments and decor are in excellent condition and the place is very well presented.
Outside, three areas of garden set off the home. One is a private section for relaxing in the sun and the others are mostly planted with water-wise specimens requiring minimal work.
There’s also a double garage, good fencing and extensive paving.
With easy access to the town and all its amenities, this property and its location have much to offer.
What you need to know:
– Rendered brick and Colorbond home
– 1km from Middleton Beach
– Easy reach of swimming, bowls, golf, fishing, town
– Lovely outlook to Lake Seppings, Mira Mar hill, coastland
– In complex of four
– Sunny open lounge and dining room
– Sheltered, private front veranda
– Kitchen with pantry, attractive cabinetry, gas cooking
– Two double bedrooms and one good-sized single with built-in robes
– En suite bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet and guest powder room
– Ducted air conditioning
– Very good carpets, window treatments and decor
– Double garage
– Rear storage room
– Low-maintenance gardens
– Security system and screens
– Ideal home for couples or small families
– Suitable for lock-and-leave or city pad for farmers
This lovely, comfortable unit is perfect for couples or singles who value privacy and security, want outdoor living space and appreciate a manageable garden for growing a few veggies or herbs.
It is located in a quiet corner of a complex of just eight units in Hare Street, about halfway between the town centre and beautiful Middleton Beach.
Reached via a paved driveway, the rendered brick and Colorbond unit is light and airy inside.
The air-conditioned open living room consists of the lounge with a full-length window, a dining area and the generous kitchen, with a gas cooktop, electric wall oven, plenty of good cabinets and a bay window looking onto the front.
A door separates the living areas from the bedrooms at the back. Both bedrooms are doubles with built-in robes and there’s a shower room, separate toilet and laundry.
Another appealing space is the private rear courtyard. This paved area is a terrific sunny spot for relaxing with a book and a glass of white, and it has garden beds and a good-sized, lockable storage shed.
Adjoining the house is a single garage, and there’s further off-road parking space in front of the unit.
Security screens to the front and back doors and the shed, plenty of storage space, good floor coverings, clean decor and garden beds at the front are other benefits of this appealing home, which has been well maintained and is presented in excellent order.
Whether it is bought by an owner-occupier or as a rental investment, it is all ready for new people to move in and love the easy lifestyle it promises.
What you need to know:
– Comfortable home for single person or couple
– In quiet complex of just eight units
– Rendered brick and Colorbond construction
– Attractive open living area of lounge and dining room
– Spacious, well-appointed kitchen with gas cook-top and electric wall oven
– Two double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Shower room with vanity, separate toilet
– Private rear courtyard
– Secure storage shed
– Garage adjoining plus parking at front
– Garden beds front and back
– Plenty of storage
– Good flooring and decor
– Clean, well maintained and nicely presented throughout
– Halfway between beach and town
– Ideal for owner-occupier or rental investor
A property developer or a buyer keen to renovate a character home will snap up this appealing real estate for its big block, prime central location and excellent prospects for capital growth.
The fibro and tile home, built in the mid-20th century, is in need of work but it has some attractive period features and generous rooms.
Removing the house, though, would present a blank canvas on which to build a substantial contemporary home to live in or units to sell on or rent out.
The block of 1015sqm fronts Alicia Street and also has access from Elizabeth Street at the rear.
It takes in a lovely outlook as far as the Porongurups, and it’s a short stroll to cafes, major shopping centres and all the vibe and activity on York Street.
The land is almost level and mostly in grass with a few mature trees in the back yard and a double garage with power at the side.
Jarrah floorboards, high ceilings with decorative cornices and generous rooms characterise the inside.
A big lounge at the front, with a picture window to take in the view, leads onto the dining room and sizeable kitchen at the back.
Along a hallway are the three double bedrooms, all with built-in robes, and the bathroom. Like the kitchen, this needs a complete makeover but it’s a good-sized room.
Along the back is a veranda with access to a toilet and laundry and there’s a patio at the front for sitting out and admiring the view.
A block of this size near the CBD is a rare find, and this one is in a varied and attractive streetscape of character homes.
Discuss with Jeremy Stewart the many possibilities presented by this well-located property.
What you need to know:
– 1015sqm block
– Two-road access
– View to Porongurups
– Ideal for development – build a new home or units
– On the edge of the CBD
– Easy access to cafes, shops, nightlife
– Fibro and tile home in need of work
– Character features – jarrah flooring, high ceilings
– Generous rooms
– Lounge, dining room
– Three double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Bathroom, kitchen, laundry
– Grassy block mostly level
– Double garage with power
– Excellent prospects for capital growth
When this property was built around a century ago, the best building lots in Albany were just being selected and developed.
This impressive character home occupies one of them, from where it takes in expansive views from the wind farm, over Princess Royal Harbour, the port, the sailing club and around to Mt Clarence.
It’s also within easy walking distance of town and has the convenience of entertainment, eateries, shops and recreation almost on its doorstep.
The home itself displays many original features, including polished jarrah floorboards throughout, high ceilings, timber windows, open fireplaces, picture rails and generously proportioned rooms.
Finished with classy decor and light fittings befitting the style and era of this property, it has been sensitively renovated in keeping with its grand beginnings and incorporates quality features such as a sheoak and leadlight front door.
Big windows in the enclosed front veranda maximise the outlook and provide a sheltered, comfortable spot for taking in spectacular sunsets and watching ships moving in to port. Sharing the view are two generous rooms – the dining room and the master bedroom which is currently being used as a theatre room, both off a wide hallway from the front door.
The second bedroom is also king-sized and the third is also spacious, currently used as a study. A jarrah vanity sets off the bathroom, which has a shower and toilet.
Other living areas are the appealing lounge with a wood fire, and a sunroom at the rear. The kitchen has timber bench tops, shelving and a picture window overlooking the back yard.
At the top of the sloping 554sqm block is the main entrance and the double garage, while another road with right of way for this property and its neighbours provides a second access at the front, where there is further off-road parking.
Neat lawns, trees and garden beds make a fine setting for the home.
A laundry and second toilet, a shed, rainwater tank and good storage are other benefits.
The Cliff Street home is versatile and charming. Modern appointments have been included without compromising the essence of this property and it has been well maintained and tastefully refurbished.
Now it is ready for discerning buyers to enjoy the desirable lifestyle it offers.
What you need to know:
– Character home close to town
– 554sqm block with two-road access
– Expansive views over Princess Royal Harbour and the port to the windfarm, sailing club, Torndirrup National Park and Mt Clarence
– Original features – jarrah floors, timber windows, high ceilings, picture rails, open fireplaces
– Sensitively renovated and well maintained
– Enclosed front veranda
– Two king-sized bedrooms and one double
– Big dining room
– Lounge with wood fire
– Galley-style kitchen
– Sunroom or hobby room
– Laundry and second toilet
– Bathroom with shower, toilet, vanity
– Double garage and further parking at rear
– Lawns, garden beds, fruit trees
This property has ‘family-friendly’ written all over it.
From the comfortable home on a big block to the excellent suburb and nearby schools, it’s the perfect place for bringing up the children and getting the most from your hard-earned leisure time.
Priced for first homebuyers, it’s very well presented inside and out, so you could be unpacking and settling in without having to do anything to it.
The rendered brick and Colorbond home occupies a 789sqm block with lawns and gardens and a fully fenced back yard for children and pets to play safely.
A full-length window in the lounge makes this a sunny room, while air conditioning ensures year-round comfort.
In summer, though, the good-sized rear patio is sure to be a favourite spot for relaxing with family and friends over beer, brunch or barbecues.
Adjoining the lounge is the dining area and then there’s the kitchen – an impressive workspace with lovely cabinetry, gas cooking and a window overlooking the garden.
A hallway leads to the three bedrooms. One is a good-sized single, two are big doubles and one of these has a wall of built-in robes.
The bathroom has a shower over a corner bath and a vanity, and the toilet is separate, off the laundry.
Good flooring, blinds and decor finish off the home nicely.
A carport at the side has gates through to the back yard for secure parking of the trailer, and there’s a good-sized garden shed at the rear.
An excellent primary school is within walking distance and a major supermarket and fuel outlet are about 2km away. Fishing, boating and water activities are also within easy reach.
While this property is ideally suited to families, it will also attract downsizers or rental investors for its low maintenance and great location.
What you need to know:
– Rendered brick and Colorbond construction
– 789sqm block
– Carport with drive-through access to back yard
– Lounge with air conditioning
– Dining area
– Kitchen with gas cooking & attractive cabinetry
– Bathroom with corner bath, shower and vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Three bedrooms – two are big doubles; one has built-in robes
– Undercover patio
– Garden shed
– Enclosed back yard
– Lawns and reticulated garden beds
– Good carpets, blinds, decor
– Well presented throughout
– Walk to primary school
– 2km to shops, supermarket, fuel
– 12 minutes to town
– Fishing, boating and swimming within easy reach
Room for the kids to play, sheds (and plenty of space to build more or consolidate), a four-bedroom home on a big block and the convenience of shops and schools close by. If these are on your wish list, you can tick them all off right now!
This fibro and Colorbond home occupies a block of 1,473sqm on Lancaster Road, a short walk to a general store and fuel outlet, just approx. 1km from a major supermarket and within walking distance to TAFE, North Albany Senior High School and the cinema.
It’s a tidy property, with a sealed driveway leading past the house to the big back yard, where there’s a garage with fitted workbenches and a lockable shed. The area is fenced and mostly in lawn for backyard cricket or footy and ample space for the trampoline and family pets.
A gable-roofed patio adjoining the house is perfect for barbecues and relaxing with a beer or two after work.
Inside, the home is comfortable and tidy, though a modernisation project would not take much and it would certainly pay dividends.
The property offers many options – you could rent it out as it is, modernise it to live in or move right in and improve it as you go. Either way, it has so much to offer and it’s a great investment at this price. Subject to normal City of Albany approvals, this property even has subdivision potential with sewer and zoning all in your favour.
At the front is a good-sized lounge with a corner window and reverse-cycle air conditioning. This leads through to a dining area and then to the kitchen, which has a terrific walk-in pantry and electric stove.
All four bedrooms are double sized and one has a built-in robe. They are reached via a hallway, which also leads to the bathroom with bath, separate shower and basin.
Along the back of the house is a versatile enclosed wide veranda, which could be used as a playroom, hobby room or sleepout.
Window blinds and flooring are in good condition, and a new hot water system was recently installed.
The front garden is mostly in lawn and there’s plenty of off-road parking for visitors.
Arrange an inspection and start dreaming of what you could do with all that space.
What you need to know:
– Four-bedroom fibro and Colorbond home
– 1,473sqm block
– Garage with storage space and fitted workbenches
– Lockup shed
– Big back yard, mostly in lawn
– Generous gable-roofed patio
– Lounge with corner window and reverse-cycle air conditioning
– Dining area
– Kitchen with electric stove and great walk-in pantry
– Four double bedrooms, one with a built-in robe
– Bathroom with bath, shower, basin
– Enclosed rear veranda – ideal hobby room or playroom
– Good blinds, new hot water system
– Short walk to general store and fuel outlet
– 1km from major supermarket
– Easy reach of TAFE and high school
It’s just 30km from the centre of Albany, but this gorgeous bush block feels a million miles away.
Peace, tranquility and a relaxed lifestyle await the new owners of the 20ha property, which has a lovely home and excellent infrastructure.
Well maintained and tidy throughout, it is perfect for those in search of a piece of unspoilt country to nestle into.
Sheoak, Jarrah and Marri trees, numerous species of native wildflowers and pretty garden beds attract abundant birdlife and create an idyllic setting for the home.
The smart building, clad in Hardiplank with a Colorbond roof, is comfortable and welcoming with French doors on either side of the open living area letting in the winter sun and summer breeze, while raked ceilings, timber features and a skylight enhance the warm ambience.
A slow combustion stove in the country-style kitchen is augmented by a gas cooker, and there’s plenty of cabinetry and a walk-in pantry.
At one end of the house is the king-sized master bedroom with French doors onto a patio and a walk-through robe leading to an ensuite shower room and toilet.
The double-sized second bedroom, with built-in robe, is at the opposite end, near the main bathroom, laundry and toilet.
Verandas front and back provide a choice of outdoor living areas overlooking the bush.
A double carport adjoins the house and outbuildings include a big machinery and general-purpose shed. This has an open-fronted section for the tractor and a concrete floor as well as power, phone and water connected.
A second shed at the side is perfect for hobbies and has a toilet and sink plumbed in.
The land is predominantly bush with an area cleared and mowed, a chook run, an orchard and a vegetable garden.
Good water supplies are from two dams, three rainwater tanks and a winter creek at the rear boundary.
The current owners have made an income from the wildflowers growing naturally in the bush, and there’s scope for exploiting this.
Another opportunity would be to clear more land for grazing sheep – as neighbouring properties have.
Just as it is, though, this is a magic spot. It will delight nature lovers who want to escape the ratrace without sacrificing the convenience of the city when needs must.
What you need to know:
– Lifestyle bush block of 20ha
– Appealing Hardiplank and Colorbond home
– Sunny, open living with warm timber features
– Lounge and dining area
– Country-style kitchen with slow combustion stove, pantry
– King-sized master bedroom with robe and ensuite
– Double second bedroom
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet off laundry
– Verandas on both sides
– Carport with space for trailer
– Machinery and general-purpose shed with power, phone, water connected
– Adjoining hobby shed with toilet and sink
– Two dams, three rainwater tanks, winter creek at far boundary
– Sheoak, Marri and Jarrah
– Numerous species of wildflowers, could produce an income
– Chook run
– Orchard of mixed fruit trees
You’ve worked hard and strived for the best for your family, and you have probably spent too many weekends on maintenance and gardening at home.
So it’s time to reap the rewards of the lifestyle you have earned in an executive residence that reflects your success and gives your family an easy, luxurious life many would envy.
This is an outstanding opportunity to purchase an elegant, spacious and beautifully appointed home which includes everything you could want for relaxed living and stylish entertaining.
The impressive, low-maintenance home to delight the most discerning of families is just 1km from the centre of Albany on Mt Melville, from where it enjoys expansive views to Mt Clarence and over the city as far as Mt Manypeaks.
An imposing building on three levels, the home is built of brick – with cream-coloured render to the top storey – and a Colorbond roof.
Finials to the roof gables and a portico at the front door lend a classic touch to the solid architecture.
The quality evident on the outside is reflected inside, where generous, light rooms are beautifully finished with pale timber flooring and classy decor and window treatments throughout.
Entry is into a hallway opening onto the main living area comprising the kitchen and lounge.
With an island bench, a six-burner stove, dishwasher, corner pantry and abundant cabinets in ivory finished with black granite bench tops, the kitchen is a dream.
It overlooks the air conditioned family room, which is also fitted with a gas heater.
Double doors separate this area from the dining room, a beautiful, generous space for entertaining dinner guests or relaxing at family get-togethers.
Also on this level are a good-sized office (or sixth bedroom) and three bedrooms – all doubles with built-in robes. One of these has an en suite bathroom, making it ideal for overnight guests.
A second bathroom, separate toilet and laundry with abundant cabinets and benches are all on this level, and outside, a sheltered, gable-roofed patio allows far-reaching views as well as shelter and privacy.
Up a timber staircase is the top floor, where a huge family room featuring a fireplace with a gas fire and a high, coffered ceiling will be a favourite spot for young and old – not least because this gives access to a lovely big balcony. With a built-in kitchen and space for the barbecue and pizza oven as well as an outdoor table, this tiled balcony also makes the most of the wonderful views.
The master suite is also at the front of this level. As would be expected, it is brilliantly appointed, with ‘his and hers’ walk-in robes, an en suite with a spa bath, shower and twin basins, and a separate toilet.
A sixth bedroom is off the family room at the back, and there’s a theatre room, which could easily become a seventh bedroom, playroom, nursery – or anything the new owners wished.
In fact, the versatility of this home is a major feature, and this continues right down to the lowest level, where a generous room fitted with a sink, oven, long cabinets and space for a fridge would make an ideal hobby room, workshop or studio. Glass sliding doors from here open onto the double garage with a remote-controlled door.
Storage is everywhere, with cupboards and cabinets built in to many rooms, in the garage and under the stairs.
Many thoughtful considerations have been included for the owners’ pleasure and peace of mind, such as an electronic security system to back up the vandal-proof doors front and back, TV aerial sockets in every bedroom, lights activated on opening cupboard doors, and a rainwater tank.
The landscaped garden and lawn at the front of the 439sqm block require little attention, and everything in the home is of high quality, beautifully presented and built to last.
If you would rather spend weekends with the family at the beach, fishing or on the golf course, and come home to your own exclusive retreat, you should check out the myriad features of this impressive home for yourself – it’s a great reason for reassessing your new year plans.
What you need to know:
– 1km from York Street
– Expansive views
– 439sqm block
– Brick and Colorbond construction
– Three storeys
– Spacious rooms
– Timber flooring throughout
– Classy decor and window treatments
– Sunny open living
– Dream kitchen
– Dining room
– Master bedroom with two walk-in robes and en suite bathroom with spa
– Four other bedrooms, one with en suite
– Family bathroom with separate toilet
– Office or sixth bedroom
– Theatre room
– Top floor balcony with outdoor kitchen
– Sheltered rear patio
– Double garage with remote
– Hobby room with kitchen
– Abundant storage
– Easy-care, landscaped gardens
– Security system
From day one, you could settle right in to this neat-as-a-pin Bayonet Head home and start enjoying the comfortable indoor and outdoor living areas and big block.
Built of brick and Colorbond, the home shares the 810sqm of land with an impressive double-bay shed-workshop, a carport, garden shed and greenhouse.
Ideally suited to a small family or couple, the property is priced for both the first home buyer and retirees downsizing.
Trimmed lawns and well-planned garden beds, which make a fitting setting for the home, are enough to keep green-thumbed owners happy without demanding too much attention.
The home’s smart appearance from the street is borne out inside, where good carpets and blinds, clean decor and attractive floor tiling finish off the place beautifully and airy rooms make it homely and welcoming.
At the front is the cosy lounge, which flows through to a meals area adjoining the neat kitchen, then to an impressive sunny family or games room, where glass doors on three sides lead to the back yard. One opens onto the undercover, paved patio, with space for a big outdoor setting as well as the barbecue, a top spot for relaxing or entertaining.
Of the three bedrooms, the master is a good-sized double with a wall of built-in robes, and there’s another double and a big single. All share the bathroom with bath, separate shower and vanity, and the toilet located off the laundry.
At the rear of the block is the big, gable-roofed shed, with a workbench along one end and space for two vehicles, good storage and numerous power points.
For serious gardeners, there’s an area for growing veggies and plenty of scope for planting.
Reverse-cycle air conditioning, security screens on all doors, two linen cupboards, solar hot water, a rainwater tank and plenty of off-road parking are other reasons an inspection is recommended.
The entire property has been well maintained and is beautifully presented, ready for new owners to enjoy.
It is sure to fit the bill with a discerning buyer on a budget, a tradesperson wanting a big shed to work from, or an investor looking for a tidy, attractive rental.
Its location in an excellent family suburb with schools, shops and water activities within easy reach – and a trip to town taking only 12 minutes – is another excellent drawcard.
What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 810sqm block
– Double shed-workshop with power and storage
– Sunny family or games room
– Neat kitchen and meals area
– Master bedroom with wall of built-in robes
– Double bedroom and good-sized single
– Bathroom with bath and shower
– Separate toilet off laundry
– Lovely undercover, paved patio
– Good carpets, tiling, decor, blinds
– Air conditioning
– Security screens
– Solar hot water
– Carport and good off-road parking
– Garden shed
– Rainwater tank
– Attractive gardens and lawns
– Easy access to schools, shops, fishing, boat launch
– 12 minutes to Albany
Property investors, or developer owner occupiers looking for a character property from which to reside will want to look closely at this charming Victorian cottage within the CBD.
Built in the 1870s as a residence for the Moir family, Gilbert’s Cottage at 49 Collie Street is recorded on the City of Albany Municipal Heritage Inventory.
The current zoning is Regional Centre Mixed Use which allows many different uses at the property. The density is R30/40 which allows for the opportunity of development at the rear.
The side driveway has been realigned to ensure the side is ample width for further development. A rear development could consist of residential, short stay, commercial, childcare, medical or a combination.
Currently the building consists of the separate rooms, one common area and two toilets at the rear. Commercial leases are currently in place for the three consulting rooms. The rent varies from $375 to $550 per month.
This individual-leasing arrangement reduces the risk of vacant rooms for the owner, while being an attractive, affordable proposition for tenants. It could, however, be leased to one tenant or used by the owner for similar purposes.
Built of solid rendered brick with a Colorbond roof, the cottage displays typical architecture of its era, such as the symmetrical facade with a central front door and a window on either side.
Timber sash windows, well-proportioned rooms and high ceilings characterise this building, which has been well preserved and maintained.
Inside, a big, carpeted reception area fitted with a desk serves for all three tenant practices. Of these three sizeable consulting rooms, one has a double sink, and all three share two lockable toilets reached via the sheltered back porch.
A driveway at the side of the cottage provides off-road parking and leads through to an expanse of lawn at the rear of the 908sqm block.
This versatile character cottage provides an opportunity to invest is a rare piece of historic Albany with commercial benefits.
What you need to know:
– 1870s character cottage in Collie Street
– 908sqm block in CBD
– Solid brick construction, Colorbond roof
– Timber sash windows, high ceilings, generous rooms
– Three rooms currently leased independently
– Large, carpeted reception area with desk
– Two toilets
– Off-road parking
– Big lawn at rear
– Ideal for investor or professionals for own operation
– Potential uses under current zoning.
Magnificent panoramic views over Frenchman Bay and the islands of the Southern Ocean will enhance the wonderful lifestyle awaiting the privileged new owners of this outstanding property.
They will wake to breathtaking sunrises and waves lapping on the shore, see kangaroos grazing on the lawn and relax on the deck to watch whales in the bay.
And in just two minutes, they could be stepping onto the white sand or slipping in to the calm bathing waters of beautiful Goode Beach directly across the road.
In an exclusive community surrounded by National Park, the renovated two-storey double brick and tile home occupies a level 817sqm block, with easy access and plenty of parking.
Thoughtful design features and a versatile layout with two generous living areas add to this outstanding home’s appeal.
On the upper level is the main living area of a beautifully sunny open-plan lounge, dining area and kitchen – complete with dishwasher and an abundance of ivory cabinets.
Two sets of glass doors lead out to the front deck and those amazing views, and for a more private option, there’s a rear deck sheltered by mature trees attracting blue wrens and willy wagtails.
Also on this level is the king-sized master bedroom with built-in robes and glass doors to the deck. A second double bedroom next door could be used as an office or dressing room to the main bedroom, making a luxurious master suite – the adjoining spa bathroom effectively becoming en suite.
Two other double bedrooms are on the lower level, where there’s a spacious family room with a corner wood fire and a second bathroom and toilet.
With its own external access, and plumbing and electrics in place for the easy installation of a kitchenette, this floor lends itself for use as independent living for family members or for letting through Air BnB.
At the side is a garage with drive-through access to the back yard, a workshop and storage space, and there’s a rear courtyard at ground level.
Plush carpets, smart tiling and clean decor finish off the interior and the easy-care gardens are reticulated.
A school bus to Albany stops nearby and Salmon Holes – with fishing and surfing spots – is around the corner.
Promising a life of luxury and comfort, this outstanding property will delight astute homebuyers who appreciate fine living.
What you need to know:
– Two-storey, double brick and tile home
– Panoramic ocean views
– Two minutes’ walk to beach
– Level 817sqm lot – easy access, good parking
– Excellent carpets, tiling and decor
– School bus stops nearby
– Spacious open living
– Kitchen with dishwasher and ivory cabinets
– Dining area
– Front deck
– Second sheltered rear deck
– Master bedroom with built-in robes
– Second double bedroom
– Bathroom with spa bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet
– Two double bedrooms, one with BIRs
– Spacious family room with wood fire
– Bathroom and toilet
– Garage with drive-through access to back yard, workshop and storage space
Live in the country on your own hobby farm.
If this is your plan, you should take a look at this impressive 6.47ha property in Narrikup.
A picturesque, well-established hobby farm consisting of undulating land fenced into four paddocks, it has very good grazing land for cattle, sheep or horses.
There’s a classic old jarrah and iron four-stand shearing shed, which has been in use for many years. This versatile character building, which is fully operational and has power connected, could be used as a general-purpose shed or partly converted to stables.
In addition, there are sheep yards, cattle yards and a cattle race, a silo and various rainwater tanks as well as plenty of water from a soak and a dam.
The land, fertilised last year, is of good soils and pasture and is mostly cleared with some areas of red gum and jarrah. Electric fencing is also in place.
On an elevated site is a charming old fibro workman’s cottage, which has seen better days. This jarrah-framed building has jarrah floorboards and window frames, a wood fire in the lounge and a laundry off the rear veranda. Power and water are connected.
It could be renovated, though new owners of this lovely block would probably select another house site and build a modern one to take advantage of the sweeping rural views.
From this outstanding hobby farm, you would be in Albany within half an hour, Denmark in 25 minutes and Mt Barker in 10.
The adjoining 50.52ha property with a three-bedroom homestead, four stables and various sheds, is also for sale.
If you yearn for peace and quiet, running a few head of stock, keeping chooks, growing your own veggies and bringing up the children on nature’s playground, this block should be high on your list.
What you need to know:
– Picturesque 6.47ha hobby farm
– Undulating land with sweeping views
– Ideal grazing land for sheep, cattle, horses
– Good soils and pasture
– Plentiful water from a soak and a dam
– Mostly cleared with some jarrah and red gum
– Ringlock fencing and electric boundary fence
– Sheep yards, cattle yards, cattle race
– Classic four-stand shearing shed
– Charming old fibro workman’s cottage with power and water
– Choice of new home sites to maximise view
– Albany 30 minutes, Denmark 25 minutes, Mt Barker 10 minutes
– Adjoining 50.52ha property also for sale
This property has a solid history having been the main homestead block on an original extensive farming property that more recently has been used by the current owners to run cattle, sheep and breed racehorses.
This highly appealing farmlet in Narrikup offers a coveted rural lifestyle with all the benefits plus extensive well maintained infrastructure.
A very tidy property, it consists of a productive 50.52ha of land with a three-bedroom homestead set high on the block with fabulous views.
Outbuildings, all in good condition, include a three-bay machinery shed / work shop with power, an open-fronted wood or tool shed plus four stables plus tack room also with power.
A round yard, chook run, some fruit trees and established trees make for a very scenic and comfortable homestead area.
Sealed roads from Albany 30 minutes away lead to this picturesque property, which is just 10 minutes from Mt Barker via the Hay River road and 30 minutes to Denmark.
The land is undulating divided into four paddocks all with permanent good water plus ring lock fencing and hot wire.
It is mostly cleared and has a good history of grazing sheep and cattle as well as cropping. Its carrying capacity is 35-40 breeding cattle or 325 sheep. Fertiliser was applied a year ago and one paddock often used for hay production yields about 80 bales.
Natural vegetation around the house and in pockets over the property provides shelter for the stock is mainly jarrah and red gum; soil types are good, and water is plentiful from four dams and a soak.
On an elevated site, the homestead is a well maintained and features jarrah floors, doors and window frames high ceilings and spacious rooms.
Big windows in the living areas and bedrooms let in spectacular views over the property and as far away as Denmark.
A living area heated by a wood fire comprises the lounge, dining room and kitchen. The three bedrooms, with built-in robes, are off a hallway also leading to a shower room, separate bathroom and toilet.
Although the kitchen needs modernising, a new wall oven, cooktop and sink are on site ready to install.
An impressive gable-roofed patio is big enough for family gatherings and has access to a storeroom, workshop, pump room and a garage.
This property has been very well farmed and recently used for breeding racehorses.
The adjoining property of 6ha is also available for purchase separately. This equally pretty property is fenced into four paddocks and has a four-stand shearing shed, cattle yards, two dams and an old three-bedroom cottage.
What you need to know:
– Tidy, established 50.52ha farmlet
– Four paddocks with Ring lock and hot wire
– Good soil types established pasture, year-round water from four dams and a soak
– Stands of jarrah and red gum
– G.P shed workshop with power plus stables round yard and wood shed
– Three-bedroom two bathroom homestead with fabulous views
– The home includes Jarrah floors, windows and doors plus high ceilings spacious rooms
– Open plan Living, Dining Kitchen area
– Shower room, separate bathroom, toilet
– Storerooms, workroom, pump room
– Single garage with direct access to covered patio
– Chicken house, fruit trees established gardens
– Adjoining 6ha property also for sale separately – has shearing shed, cattle yards and old cottage
– 30 minutes to Albany, 10 minutes to Mt Barker 30 minutes Denmark