Buyers with a wish list of sheds, a big block, space for the kids to play and extra-tight security for their equipment and machinery should definitely check out this property.
At the end of a cul-de-sac, this consists of a well-proportioned brick and Colorbond home sited near the front of a versatile 1785sqm lot, with one double garage-workshop with power under the main roof and a second brick-built freestanding double garage.
Security is a prime consideration. There’s a remote-controlled gate at the front, screens at all doors and windows, cameras, some window shutters, and a high perimeter fence.
Some modernisation has been carried out on the home, and it wouldn’t take much to transform it into a highly appealing property to answer all the demands of today’s families.
Living areas comprise a sizeable lounge and a family room with a wood fire, both of which have sliding glass doors leading out to a generous enclosed, paved patio with a built-in barbie and space for family gatherings.
There’s a central dining room, and cooking up a storm would be a cinch in the white kitchen with attractive cabinetry, a five-burner stainless steel chef’s stove and a walk-in pantry.
An en suite shower room with toilet and a walk-in robe feature in the queen-sized master bedroom, and family bedrooms are two doubles and one single, all with robes.
These share the second bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, and there’s a separate guest toilet with handbasin and a utility room with the laundry appliances concealed behind cupboard doors.
There’s also an office or study.
The enclosed back yard is mostly in grass with native trees, an ideal playground for the kids and dog. A rainwater tank, a garden shed and space for a chook run are other benefits.
Only six minutes’ drive from town and within easy reach of schools and supermarkets, this property will have wide appeal as well as potential for excellent investment or rental returns.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 1785sqm block
– Excellent security – gates, screens, cameras, shutters, fencing
– Ideal for tradies, DIYers and active families
– Lounge
– Family room with wood fire
– Paved, enclosed patio
– White kitchen, chef’s stove, walk-in pantry
– Dining area
– Office
– Queen-sized master bedroom with en suite shower room, walk-in robe
– Two double bedrooms; one single, all with built-in robes
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Utility room and laundry
– Guest toilet with basin
– Double garage-workshop under main roof
– Freestanding, brick-built double garage
– Garden shed, rainwater tank
– Six minutes to town, easy access to schools and shops
– Council rates $2,159.27

Not only would owners expect to reap solid returns on this short-term holiday let investment, but those living out of town would also enjoy the opportunity to use it themselves on visits to Albany.
Part of a well-maintained, managed complex 2km from the CBD, the brick and Colorbond unit is fully furnished and equipped, and offers a home away from home for guests and owners alike.
This is much bigger than the average holiday let, being more like a residential unit with full-sized rooms. It’s one of only two in the row, joined by their double carports.
The sunny, air-conditioned lounge and dining room provide a comfortable place to relax, and for warmer days, the delightful private undercover rear patio will be a favourite spot for brunch or a glass of white before dinner.
The main bedroom is a king-sized suite with its own shower room, toilet and walk-in robe. On the other side of the unit are two more bedrooms – one double and one single, both with robes and storage – and an impressive bathroom with spa bath, walk-in shower, vanity and separate toilet, as well as the separate laundry.
With a pantry, fridge-freezer, microwave and plenty of storage, the kitchen is practical and well appointed.
All equipment, along with flooring, décor and blinds, is in great shape and floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors let in plenty of light to create an inviting ambience.
An on-site children’s adventure playground, barbecues and a restaurant enhance the facilities, while the shops and nightlife are only a short drive away.
With domestic tourism strong and growing, this is a great chance to secure a sound investment with proven returns. Established letting management takes care of daily maintenance and bookings for easy, stress-free ownership. Alternatively, if you wish to self manage or use Air B’n’B as a platform for bookings, then this is a possibility as there are no management arrangements locked in with this property for the long term.
All the tourist attractions and activities of the south coast are within easy reach of this quality accommodation, which is in excellent order throughout. Please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to discuss your interest in this wonderful investment opportunity before you miss out.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond holiday unit
– Excellent investment opportunity and occasional overnight accommodation
– 2km from town, easy access to all tourist facilities and activities
– In well-managed, quality complex – stress-free letting
– Stay with existing management arrangements or do your own thing
– Good letting history
– Air-conditioned, open lounge and dining area
– Private, undercover patio
– Full-sized kitchen with cooktop, fridge-freezer, microwave, pantry
– King-sized master bedroom with walk-in robe, en suite shower room
– One double bedroom; one single, both with robes
– Main bathroom with spa bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Separate laundry
– Good storage throughout
– Fully furnished and equipped
– Everything in great order
– Double carport under the main roof
– One of only two in row – joined by carports
– Prime investment opportunity
– Zoned R30/50 Residential Tourist
– Reap rewards from burgeoning tourist industry
– City of Albany Rates $1,303.95 pa
– Water Corporation Annual Service Fee $ 1,293.24 pa
– 2020/21 Strata Levies $2,126.60

Located in a quality short-term letting accommodation complex near town, this brick and Colorbond unit enjoys high occupancy rates and proven returns for astute owners recognising the potential of investing in the burgeoning tourist industry.
Having a competent management team on site to maintain the unit and take care of the day-to-day business of letting and cleaning makes this a stress-free investment.
Owners living out of town will appreciate the added bonus of having an overnighter or holiday home for up to three months a year – and a solid earner for the rest of the time.
All furnishing, appliances and equipment are in great order, and the sunny and inviting brick and tile unit is finished with attractive flooring, clean décor and good blinds.
It consists of an air-conditioned, open lounge and dining room, with a sofa, TV and dining setting, and the kitchen at the far end with gas cooking, a microwave, fridge-freezer and good cabinetry.
Beyond the living space is a hallway leading to the two bedrooms, both with built-in robes and drawers – one is king-sized; the other a double. Between them is the bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet and compact under bench washing machine/clothes dryer.
There’s a veranda for sitting out and a carport at the side, as well as extra guest parking near the front of the complex.
Excellent on-site facilities include a restaurant, guest laundry and barbecues, while for the children, there’s a terrific undercover adventure playground.
Guests and owners alike will benefit from the location just 2km from town and within easy reach of all tourist attractions and the superb natural playground of the south coast.
This is a prime investment opportunity that’s ready to go from day one. It’s sure to be snapped up by those recognising the excellent infrastructure and exciting potential on offer. To arrange an inspection of this superbly presented property or discuss the possibility of securing this fantastic investment, please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:

– Short-term holiday unit investment
– Brick and Colorbond, in attractive complex
– Maintenance and bookings managed
– Ideal holiday home for owners – for up to three months a year
– Air-conditioned, open lounge and dining area
– Kitchen with cooking, fridge-freezer, microwave
– All furnishing, appliances and equipment included with lease
– Excellent flooring, décor, blinds
– King-sized main bedroom with robe
– Double second bedroom with robe
– Shower room and toilet
– Washing machine/clothes dryer combo
– Front veranda, north facing
– Carport – plus guest parking near entrance
– On-site restaurant, laundry, playground, barbies
– 2km from town, near all tourist amenities
– Ideally located for exploring south coast
– Zoned R30/50 Residential Tourist
– City of Albany Rates $1,191.00 pa
– Water Corporation Annual Service Fee $1,293.24 pa
– 2021 Strata Levies $1,154.44

Investing in a holiday accommodation unit with a good letting history, in a well-managed complex and in excellent order should be your next inspired move.
With the rediscovery of domestic tourist destinations taking a significant upturn, and recommendations flowing for holidaying on the south coast, the new owners of this unit will be well poised to take full advantage of the benefits.
It’s also ideal for out-of-town owners needing an occasional overnighter in Albany, without the hassles of upkeep and gardening between visits.
The unit is part of renowned Banksia Gardens, less than 2km from the town centre and within easy reach of beaches and major tourist attractions.
It is also well located for exploring the coast, fishing, kayaking and boating, as well as other outdoor adventure pursuits.
Built of brick and Colorbond, it is a pleasant, sunny holiday home, fully furnished and equipped with all flooring, blinds and décor in great condition.
There’s a front veranda for sitting out and an air-conditioned open living space comprising the lounge with comfy sofa and TV, a central dining area and practical kitchen with gas cooking, microwave and fridge-freezer.
At the back are two bedrooms, both with built-in robes and drawers. One is a king-sized room and the other has twin single beds.
A corner spa bath features in the bathroom, which also has a walk-in shower, vanity and toilet.
A carport adjoins, and there’s further parking at the front of the complex.
An on-site restaurant, barbecues, an undercover adventure playground for the children and a guest laundry are other advantages of this exciting investment proposition.
Currently leased for a fixed term with a guaranteed & reliable return of around 7% per annum, irrespective of occupancy, this property is the ultimate set and forget investment. Don’t leave your money in the bank earning next to no interest – contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to find out how to take advantage of this excellent opportunity and reap the rewards of Albany’s growing tourism market.

What you need to know:
– Short-term holiday accommodation investment
– Zoned R30/50 Residential Tourist
– Owner can use for personal stay up to 3 months of the year
– Brick and Colorbond construction
– Part of well-managed complex 2km from town
– Fully furnished by tenant and equipped for letting
– Excellent condition throughout
– Air-conditioned open living area
– Open lounge & dining space
– Full kitchen with gas cooking, microwave, fridge-freezer
– King-sized bedroom with robe and drawers
– Twin bedroom with robe and drawers
– Bathroom with spa bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Front veranda
– Carport adjacent to unit
– Guest parking at front of complex
– Onsite restaurant, barbecues, children’s playground, guest laundry
– Good letting history
– City of Albany Rates $1,191.00 pa
– Water Corporation Annual Service Fee $1,293.24 pa
– 2020/21 Strata Levies $1,154.44

Sunny open living areas, fabulous views, an inspiring floor plan and superior fittings and finishing characterise this beautiful Bayonet Head home.
Designed to make the most of the expansive outlook over Oyster Harbour and out to Gull Rock from the living areas on the first floor, the modern two-storey home occupies an elevated 705sqm block.
It promises an easy life for those who enjoy their creature comforts and love entertaining in style.
The bespoke home was constructed of Hardiplank and Colorbond in classic contemporary colours and has tremendous street appeal with its double garage and first floor deck.
Airy, light and welcoming, the air-conditioned, generous open living space comprises a family room and dining area with a lounge on one side and glass doors leading out to the L-shaped deck.
At one end is the attractive kitchen. With a dishwasher, corner pantry, electric cooktop and wall oven, this is a well-appointed, pleasant workspace overlooking the family area.
A sizeable walk-in robe and en suite shower room with vanity and toilet feature in the master bedroom, sited at the front of the house and with glass doors opening onto the deck.
The other four bedrooms are at the rear. Three are doubles with built-in robes and the fifth bedroom is a small double, which would serve brilliantly as a guest room, office or study.
Nearby is the family bathroom, with bath, walk-in shower and vanity. The toilet is separate.
High-quality flooring, tiling and blinds enhance the style and comfort of this outstanding home.
The laundry, with built-in cabinetry, has glass doors to the back yard, which is all lawn and well fenced.
Off the double garage on the ground floor is a sizeable workshop, a versatile space which could serve as a games room or hobby room, or for stowing the kayaks, fishing gear, bikes and golf clubs.
A solar hot water system, security door screens and good storage are other notable benefits of this beautifully presented property.
The home’s proximity to excellent schools, shops and boating and fishing spots is another advantage, and for those needing to commute to the city, it’s less than 15 minutes away.

What you need to know:

– Quality-built two-storey home
– Expansive views over Oyster Harbour and out to Gull Rock
– Modern Hardiplank and Colorbond construction
– Living areas upstairs
– Air-conditioned open family room, dining area, lounge, front deck
– Attractive kitchen with dishwasher and corner pantry
– Master bedroom with en suite shower, vanity, toilet
– Four family bedrooms – three doubles with built-in robes, one small double
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry with cabinetry
– Superior tiling, flooring, fittings, beautifully finished
– Excellent presentation
– Double garage
– Workshop, games room or storage with power
– 705sqm block
– Enclosed back yard
– Easy access to schools, shops, boating and fishing
– Council rates $2,555.10
– Water rates $1,463.15
– Locked in to a long term lease until March 2023

All the lovely features that give mid-century homes such desirable character are here in this delightful 1950s cottage.
Well maintained and neatly presented throughout, this charmer will have wide appeal, particularly with homebuyers wanting a property with a big block and a shed without breaking the bank to get it.
Built of weatherboard and tile, the home boasts the original polished jarrah floorboards, timber windows, high ceilings and ornate cornices in some rooms.
And inside, it’s bigger than it appears from the street.
At the front, the lounge is a cosy, inviting room with a corner window and a gas bayonet for a heater. This comfy room is open to the dining area and the nice bright kitchen, with a gas cooker and good cabinetry.
An extension at the rear houses one of the three double bedrooms, the laundry and the toilet. The bathroom, with bath, shower and vanity, is in the wing of the home where the other two bedrooms are located.
An instant gas hot water system (running off reticulated gas) and door security screens are additional benefits.
There’s a deck at the front door for sitting out, and plenty of space for relaxing in the garden, which is a treat for those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Mostly in lawn, this is a terrific block of 898 sqm, with an enclosed back yard for kids to play and a few native trees. It’s easy care, and offers plenty of scope for keen gardeners to do their own thing.
Another major drawcard is the good-sized garage with a storage shed at the rear, complementing the near new carport at the front. There’s plenty more parking on the concrete driveway for guest vehicles.
For families, being around the corner from a very good primary school is a real bonus – no more school runs!
The property is in a quiet street among good neighbours, about six minutes’ drive from town and a bike-ride from high schools and TAFE.
A neat-as-a-pin property such as this will delight buyers on a budget – whether owner-occupiers or investors – and it’s all done up ready to enjoy.
To arrange an inspection of this really well presented property, please be quick to contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:

– Lovely weatherboard and tile cottage
– 898 sqm block, fully serviced, zoned R20
– Original 1950s features – jarrah floors, high ceilings, ornate cornices
– Well maintained and nicely presented
– Cosy lounge with corner window
– Dining space
– Bright kitchen with gas cooking, good cabinetry
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Three double bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Front deck
– Carport
– Good-sized garage with storage shed at rear
– Fenced yard, mostly in lawn
– Short walk to good primary school
– Bike-ride from TAFE
– Few minutes’ drive to town
– Suit small family, couple, rental investor
– Council rates $1,802.52
– Water rates $1,463.15

In a city where many properties take in amazing views, this one in historic Albany is among the privileged few enjoying one of the most spectacular.

It presents an exceptional opportunity to purchase a substantial holding on the side of Mt Melville, where the dress-circle vista spans from Mt Clarence, over the port, town jetty and entertainment centre, around to Princess Royal Harbour and to the hills of Torndirrup National Park.

Consisting of 2732sqm of land on the hill in prestigious Cliff Street and an impressive, substantial character home from the 1950s, it has excellent development potential.

The land slopes up to an area reached via Bay Street at the back, where an extensive house site – selected to maximise the magnificent outlook – has already been established and retaining walls are in place.

A new home of any style would enhance the eclectic streetscape of some of the grandest period homes in WA, strikingly offset with contemporary buildings incorporating state-of-the-art materials and design.

While a block of this size and quality is a rare find so close to the city, the home adds to the flexibility of the property.

Beautifully preserved, the residence displays original jarrah floors, decorative ceilings and timber window frames and takes in sensational views.

Sunny, warm and welcoming with extensive glazing on the view side, it includes a generous lounge, a long sunroom, a hobby room and a dining area adjoining the well-appointed kitchen complete with gas cooking and a dishwasher. Three of the four bedrooms are doubles, the master has an en suite bathroom, and there’s an undercroft garage and even a wine cellar and workshop rounding off the facilities.
Owners might choose to live in it while building a new residence at the rear, subdivide and sell the existing home or the block, or build a new home and sell one. These are just some of the quality options for far-sighted purchasers, whose new favourite pastime will be gazing at ships moving in to harbour, yachts sailing in the bay and the New Year’s Eve fireworks.

This property’s proximity to the city is another major attraction. Zoned R30, it is close to Albany’s original settlement and 1km from the restaurants, cafés, shops and nightlife.

What you need to know:
– 1950s character home on elevated 2732sqm block
– Zoned R30, exceptional development potential
– Among the best views in Albany – harbour, port, jetty, entertainment centre, Torndirrup
– Substantial home with original features
– Prepared house site off Bay Street at the rear
– Among some of Albany’s grandest period and contemporary homes
– Options include subdivision, building new and selling one or both
– Spacious home – lounge, sunroom, dining, hobby room, en suite to main bedroom,
garage, wine cellar, workshop.
– 1km from York Street restaurants, cafés, shops and nightlife
– Council rates $2,872.18
– Water rates $1,463.15

Well maintained three bedroom, one bathroom home on well sized block tucked behind manicured hedges on a quiet street only minutes from the CBD.

Property features include:
– Large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room with gas heating
– Functional kitchen with gas cooking, plenty of cupboard/bench space and built in pantry
– Large master bedroom, two other reasonable sized bedrooms one with a BIR
– Bathroom has shower, bath and vanity, separate toilet
– Front under cover patio area
– Single carport adjoining the main house
– Separate double garage with power
– Enclosed rear yard

Collingwood Park – North Albany Football Club, Albany Golf Club, Middleton Beach walk trail, Travel time to CBD: 6 minutes (approx.)

If you have a tight budget and want a place of your own to call home, or maybe you’ve decided that now’s the time to grow your rental investment portfolio, you must check out this appealing brick and tile home in a quiet McKail street.

From the front, you can look out over the rooftops to Mt Melville, and there’s a park and kids’ playground almost opposite.

The home is very tidy and ready to move into, and any improvements you carry out as you go will add to the home’s value – you can’t lose.

It occupies a corner block of 784sqm in Sherwood Drive, with a driveway leading to a garage and good parking space around the corner in Ash Way.

Most of the land is in grass with a few native trees, so it shouldn’t demand too much of your attention unless you’re a keen gardener who wants to plant veggies and flower beds – and there’s plenty of scope for that.

An open lounge, dining area and kitchen make up the main living space, which is complemented by a private undercover patio in the back yard, in a fenced area to keep young ones and pets contained.

Although the kitchen would benefit from a makeover, it’s clean and serviceable with gas cooking and space for a fridge-freezer.

Two of the bedrooms are doubles and one is a good-sized single, and the nearby bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower and vanity. The toilet is separate, off the laundry.

For convenience in winter, there’s a gas heater in the lounge. Flooring and blinds are in good condition and décor is neutral.

It won’t take much to put your own stamp on this place and make it shine. It’s a terrific, affordable home for couples or small families, and an excellent rental proposition.

Being close to schools, supermarkets and TAFE and in a good neighbourhood, it’s sure to be snapped up by a buyer recognising its great location and value.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– 784sqm corner block
– Outlook to Mt Melville
– Opposite parkland and playground
– Open lounge and dining room with gas heater
– Kitchen with gas cooking
– Undercover rear patio
– Two double bedrooms, one good-sized single
– Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Good flooring, blinds, neutral décor
– Garage and extra parking space
– Fenced area of back yard
– Ideal for couples, small families
– Potentially excellent rental returns
– Near schools, supermarket, TAFE
– Council rates $1,951.08
– Water rates $1,463.15

If you’re looking for inspiration and something a little different in your next property, you’ll be excited by the innovative design and inviting living spaces in this beautifully renovated brick home.
Inventive use of Colorbond steel and render in classy mid-grey tones make a stylish statement to the front of the home, which is set back from the road behind an area of lawn with feature native trees and bordered by bespoke steel and timber fencing.
Just 2km from the beach – well within walking or riding distance – it occupies an 825sqm block with a double carport at the side and gates to access a two-bay garage/workshop in the backyard.
Inside, polished Jarrah floors have been retained from the original 1970s building, which has been extended and modernised to present as a warm, welcoming home to delight today’s families.
The main focus is a spacious family room with air conditioning and a wood fire, open to the kitchen and adjoining dining area on one side and through glazed doors on the other side to an impressive, sheltered alfresco area complete with outdoor kitchen and space for a family-sized lounge and dining setting.
Two more patios – one at the front and one at the side – provide extra covered outdoor seating options.
With gloss cabinetry in latte hues, a dishwasher, corner pantry and wide stove, the main kitchen is a practical and pleasant workspace.
The jarrah floorboards extend to the hallway and the main bedroom, a king-sized room with built-in robes. Like the family room, the other three bedrooms are all carpeted, and one has a robe.
There are two bathrooms, both with shower, vanity and toilet and one has a bath, and timber benchtops feature in the laundry.
Tasteful décor and quality tiling and blinds finish off the interior, and the home has a new roof.
Outside, the backyard is fully fenced and mostly in lawn with plenty of play space.
In addition to being ideally situated for beach babies, it’s also close to two shopping centres and within easy reach of schools, the golf club, footy club, fishing spots, boat launch and town.
If style and space top your wish list, you must view this one-off property.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 825sqm block
– Innovative styling, new roof
– Polished Jarrah floors
– Air-conditioned family room with wood fire
– Good-sized kitchen with pantry, dishwasher, wide stove
– Dining space
– Sheltered alfresco area with outdoor kitchen
– Two covered patios
– Main bedroom with built-in robes
– Three family bedrooms with carpet, one with robes
– Shower room with toilet and vanity
– Bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and vanity
– Laundry with timber benchtops
– Attractive décor, quality blinds and flooring
– Double carport
– Gates to fenced backyard and double garage/workshop
– 2km to beach, 7 mins to town
– Easy access to schools, shops, golf, footy, fishing
– Council rates $1,951.08
– Water rates $1,463.15

Versatility, space and an abundance of quality features characterise this desirable family home on a 730sqm corner block in popular Yakamia.
This is a sizeable brick and tile home with several living areas; a workshop with power and space for the ute, trailer or dinghy; a dedicated office; a double garage with drive-through access to the back yard and a third garage or store room.
The impressive hub of the home is a generous open living area comprising a family room with a wood fire, an adjoining dining space and a big corner kitchen, complete with a walk-in pantry and plenty of cabinets and work benches.
Next to this is a comfortable lounge with gas heating and glass doors leading out to an enclosed al fresco area, sure to be a favourite spot for summer meals and entertaining.
The al fresco has glass doors opening onto a covered area of the fenced back yard for cranking up the barbie and gardens designed for low maintenance.
Finished to a high specification, the home features warm wood panelling in walls or ceilings to most rooms, the theme continued to the timber doors and offset with hardwearing ceramic floor tiling in the main traffic areas and even the garages, as well as good carpets in the bedrooms and sitting rooms.
Bathroom and laundry tiling is floor-to-ceiling and all décor and blinds are in great order.
When bedtime beckons, the comfort continues. The king-sized master suite has his-and-hers walk-in robes as well as an en suite bathroom complete with a spa bath and shower. A second shower room with a toilet is in the vicinity of the main family bedrooms, which are all doubles with built-in robes.
Security screens, double glazed windows, a rainwater tank, a ducted vacuum system and a terrific walk-in storeroom are some of this home’s other appealing extras.
This beautifully presented property is perfect for families with a brood or regular house guests to accommodate. It’s a five-minute drive from town and close to an excellent primary school, sports grounds, shopping centre, fuel stop and liquor outlet.
Beautifully presented and in immaculate condition, contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to arrange an inspection of this very spacious, quality built property before you miss out.

What you need to know:
– Quality-built brick and tile home
– 730sqm corner block
– Open family room and dining area with wood fire
– Kitchen with big walk-in pantry
– Lounge
– Enclosed al fresco
– Undercover area for barbie
– Master bedroom with two walk-in robes and en suite bathroom with spa bath
– Three family bedrooms with robes
– Second bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry
– Good-sized purpose built office
– Huge walk-in storeroom with shelving
– Sizeable workshop with power, roller door and side access
– Double garage with drive-through access to rear
– Third garage or store room
– Easy-care gardens, extensive paving
– Packed with extra features
– Ideal farmers’ town bolthole
– Close to all amenities, five-minute drive to town
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,463.15

Combine a handy location, with a surprising array of living spaces and a generous yard and you have a home that stands the test of time.
A classic and solid brick and tile home has a raised location giving it a tiny peak of Oyster Harbour from your front door, hinting at the closeness of harbour side bush walks, scenic lookouts and great bike trails.
A rich wood parquetry entry hall commences your tour through the home, a sunken lounge room with wood fireplace directly to the left of the entrance playing host to many a cosy night curled up on the couch in front of your favourite flick.
It leads up to the dining area, a simple and neutral space that can be joojed as you please to create a lovely space for family meals.
The flow of the home continues through into the kitchen, where dual rows of wood look benches and butter toned tops contain all the storage you will ever need when combined with the double pantry.
Recessed into a mantle style arch is the upright electric oven and stove backed with green splashback tiles.
Bifold doors lead back into the frontal area, creating a perfect flow throughout the living areas.
But we are not done yet!
Continue through into the huge games room, lined with wood and featuring outdoor access both front and back, the space is a perfect rumpus are for the kids, start to a wonderful indoor/outdoor entertaining area or home to your pride and joy pool table.
An ornate pot belly stove sits to one side of the room, meaning that it too is warm and cosy during the winter months.
The bedroom wing of the home is located on the opposite side to the games room and past the homes laundry, linen storage to the passage leading to the three bedrooms.
The first of the homes bedrooms is a nice double size, the second a queen- both big enough for modern bedroom suites and occasional furniture.
The master suite is also a good queen size and features double robes and semi-ensuite access to the homes bathroom.
Nestled between all of the rooms, the bathroom features a marble look vanity top and big mirror, toilet and a unique curved roman style bath sunken into the floor, dazzling royal blue mosaic tiles brining a taste of Greece into your home.
Stepping outside, the side paved courtyard awaits patiently for a green thumb to nurture it to life0 its current offering of established foliage making it an area that would be a beautiful place to soak up the sun once it’s had a little TLC.
You then sneak around to the rear of the home where the 925 square metre yard opens out beyond you, a space to create play spaces, garden oasis’s or more garaging.
It currently features a shade house and garden sheds.
The section of the garden that leads to the games room would be the perfect location to establish a new patio to create a protected entertaining area that connects to the home.
Currently leased, the home is the perfect solid investment in a great School Catchment zone and where shops, parks and play are right on your doorstep.

What you should know:
Solid family home
Two living areas and games room
Garden sheds, generous yard
Great location close to school and shops
Public transport nearby.
Walk and bike trails nearby
Well priced for a quick sale

At this price and sitting on a generous 728sqm block you will feel like the lucky one. There’s no better time to make headway in the property market, and with an existing tenant already in place, it also makes for the perfect investment opportunity.

Not only is this home affordable, it is a solid brick home with a modern and contemporary kitchen.

A long driveway welcomes you on arrival, leading past the easy care front lawn to a powered single garage at the rear of the property.

Step inside to a light and bright functional home. With an easy flow and welcoming vibe the home is filled with the afternoon sun adding a glow to the interior.

A spacious lounge room is warm and inviting equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning and large windows allowing natural light to fill the space which effortlessly leads into the open plan kitchen/dining area. Here you’ll find a super wide breakfast bar perfect for casual dining and entertaining. Black marble-like bench tops, white cabinetry with stainless steel handles all creates a modern workspace for the cooking enthusiast. One side of the breakfast bar is dedicated to deep-set draws optimising storage space. A great pantry is provided as well as a dishwasher, and with the dining table opposite this makes hosting occasions a breeze.

On summer nights you can lead your guests from here through the sliding doors out to the undercover patio area for an alfresco dining experience. The garden is screened with trees along its boundaries offering privacy from the neighbours as well as a great space for the children to burn-off some energy.

Back inside the home, a passage way leads you to the family quarters where you’ll find a spacious laundry and separate WC with rear door access to the backyard. One great features of the home is the amount of storage space it offers. You will find a few hidden storage gems along the way.

Three good sized bedrooms are located at the end of a passageway. Two are easily doubles with front garden views and built-in mirrored wardrobes. The décor is neutral, carpets in good condition and natural light streams through in abundance. The third bedroom overlooks the backyard and is also neutral in décor with fitted built-in mirrored robes.

The family bathroom comprises of a separate shower and bath and is neat and well presented.

In a nutshell, the property is in fabulous condition and is neat as a pin and would truly provide a comfortable place to call home.

Located in the quiet, friendly and popular suburb of Spencer Park, where nothing is too far away. Close enough to walk to schools, supermarket and the hospital. This home presents great value! Come and see for yourself.

What you should know:
– Solid brick home on a large 728sqm block
– Undercover patio for alfresco dining
– Walk to school, shops & hospital
– Ample parking with powered garage
– Currently tenanted at $310.00 per week until 6th November 2021
– Undercover outdoor entertaining area
– Ample storage
– Neutral décor
– Reverse cycle air conditioning
– Council rates $1,861.94
– Water rates $1,463.15

Investors, first-timers, downsizers and homebuyers on a budget will all warm to this attractive home on an 809sqm block in popular Bayonet Head.
Less than 10 minutes’ drive from the CBD, the property enjoys a convenient location next to the shopping centre – Woollies is just next door – and within easy reach of schools and the coast.
Built of cream brick stylishly offset with a charcoal Colorbond roof and black trim, the home is set back from the road behind a screen of native gardens and lawns, with a carport at the side and extra off-road parking for guest vehicles.
The home itself is a real gem, incorporating stylish finishing and practical features for an easy, carefree lifestyle and facilities to enhance everyday living as well as for entertaining friends.
At its heart is a versatile, open living area in three zones, fitted with attractive ceramic floor tiles and air conditioning. The family room in the middle has corner windows overlooking the back yard, and there’s a good-sized dining area as well as another space for casual meals or as a playroom.
Another delightful feature is the dome-roofed, paved rear patio. This area, which is big enough for parties and reached via French doors from the family room, is sure to be a favourite summer spot for barbies and lazy brunches.
The neat kitchen is well appointed with a good-sized pantry, under-bench oven and gas cooktop.
Of the three bedrooms, the king-sized master has a built-in robe and an en suite shower room with vanity and toilet, while a second bathroom with bath, shower and vanity serves the family bedrooms, which are both doubles with carpet and built-in robes.
Slimline venetian blinds, clean décor and a well-planned layout add to the home’s appeal.
Fully fenced to contain children and pets, the back yard is mostly in lawn with a few native trees for character and shade, a garden shed and a rainwater tank.
This is a comfortable, homely and nicely proportioned property, set up for easy maintenance and an ideal rental investment or relaxing nest for owner-occupiers.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home, built 2003
– 809sqm block
– Open living – family room, dining space and meals/play area
– Air conditioning
– Extensive ceramic floor tiling
– Attractive kitchen with under-bench oven, gas cooking, pantry
– Big dome-roofed, paved patio
– King-sized master bedroom with en suite and built-in robe
– Two double family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet off laundry
– Carport and extra off-road parking
– Fenced back yard
– Rainwater tank, garden shed
– Convenient location next to shopping centre, easy access to schools, coast, fishing
– 10 minutes to Albany’s CBD
– Ideal rental investment or for owner-occupiers
– Council rates $2,277.92
– Water rates $1,463.15

Tradies, developers, and homebuyers, particularly first home buyers, looking for a renovator on a huge block cannot fail to be impressed by this neat Gledhow property.
In a cul-de-sac among well-spaced holdings of similar size, it consists of a fibro and clay tile 1960’s home on 2,226sqm with a games room or studio and several sheds for a variety of uses.
About 8-10 minutes’ drive from the CBD, the holding is easily accessible and offers numerous options for new owners.
The home is sound, so renovation – with the installation of a new kitchen and bathroom – is a more than realistic proposition.
It consists of a sizeable lounge with a Vulcan heater in the brick fireplace; a kitchen and dining area with a wood fire; three double bedrooms; a bathroom with a roman bath, walk-in shower and vanity; a laundry and separate toilet; and a handy utility and storage room.
Adding to the living spaces is a private, covered rear patio overlooking the garden and barbecue area.
The versatile, two-roomed studio comprises a big main space and a wet room accommodating a kitchen sink, shower, vanity and toilet. This freestanding building is big enough for table tennis, pool and storing kids’ paraphernalia, and for creative types to spread out their gear.
Next to the studio is a three-bay, high-clearance shed. Perfect for tradies, it has one lockable and two open-fronted bays, power – including three-phase, a vehicle inspection pit and an engine hoist.
The sealed driveway is wide enough for manoeuvring big vehicles in and out of the shed as well as enhancing the already extensive parking space.
Beyond the big shed are several smaller sheds of one or two bays – some lockable and others open.
A major drawcard is the outstanding block. With local authority permissions, the R20 zoning would allow for development to accommodate up to four units, and there’s an option to subdivide and build two homes, renovate the existing home and subdivide the rear, or use it as it is with all that space.
This property’s location within easy reach of family amenities and in a quiet street of a leafy suburb augments its appeal.

What you need to know:
– Sound fibro and clay tile 1960’s home
– 2,226sqm block
– Leafy cul-de-sac location 7 mins from town
– Lounge, kitchen/dining with wood fire, patio
– Three double bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath, shower; laundry; separate toilet
– Freestanding studio or games room with shower/toilet/sink
– Big three-bay shed, 3-phase power, ideal for tradies
– Room for moving big vehicles
– Several smaller sheds, some lockable
– Zoned R20
– Potential for development of up to four units or subdivision
– Easy access to family amenities – schools, shops, sports
– Council rates $1,891.66
– Water rates $1,463.15