Downsizers, singles and investors adding to their rental portfolio will be rapt with this well-maintained and smartly presented property within easy reach of all amenities.
Buyers who demand quality will be impressed by the double brick and tile construction of this bright, inviting home in a leafy Mira Mar street.
Set behind a garden of attractive water-wise trees and bushes on an easy-care, fully serviced 414sqm block, the home takes in plenty of sun from long windows in the lounge and front bedroom, and two sets of glass doors at the back.
Practical terracotta-style ceramic floor tiles are fitted in the main open living area, a light, airy room consisting of a comfortable lounge with gas heating, an adjoining dining space and tucked around the corner, a neat white kitchen with gas cooking and a breakfast bar.
Off the dining room is a handy office or occasional guest room, and along the back, a delightful sheltered, paved patio, big enough for barbecues with family and friends.
A hallway off the lounge leads to the two bedrooms – one a double and the other queen sized – both with built-in robes and carpet.
Also in this area is the laundry with access to the toilet, and the appealing white shower room with vanity.
The garage under the main roof has a remote-controlled door and internal access to the home, and there’s good off-road visitor parking.
Importantly for singles and couples, the property enjoys a degree of privacy and door security screens are fitted.
This highly appealing property is in an excellent neighbourhood and a convenient location, being only about five minutes’ drive from the beach, town, medical facilities, bowling and golf clubs.
Be quick to arrange an inspection of this beautifully presented property by contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– Double brick and tile home
– 414sqm block, fully serviced
– Sunny open lounge, dining area
– White kitchen, gas cooking, breakfast bar
– Office or occasional guest room
– Long, sheltered rear patio
– Queen-sized main bedroom with built-in robes
– Double second bedroom with built-in robes
– White shower room with vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Good flooring, blinds, décor
– Excellent presentation, well maintained
– Door security screens
– Garage with inside access
– Off-road visitor parking
– Easy-care gardens, front lawn, veggie patch
– Few minutes’ drive to beach, town, shops, medical facilities, sports clubs
– Great neighbourhood, sought-after suburb
– Ideal for couples, singles, rental investors
– Council rates $1,980.79
– Water rates $1,463.15

There’s a tone of Balinese flair about this inviting home, where several indoor and outdoor living areas spoil the owners for choice at any time of year.
Built of brick and tile, it occupies a 525sqm block, which has been well planned to provide spaces for relaxation and recreation.
It has been renovated in recent years, with new bathrooms, laundry and flooring, and it’s very well presented, with décor from a neutral palette and stylish feature walls.
The main living area comprises an air-conditioned family room and dining space, with the generous kitchen adjoining. Carpet and classy day-night blinds are fitted in the family room and also a spacious lounge at the front of the home.
One of the most popular spots is sure to be the sheltered al fresco area at the side. This long space is covered and sheltered with shade cloth. It has room enough for two outdoor table settings, a barbecue and pizza oven – perfect for celebrations or quiet weekend brunches.
That’s not all. In the back yard, there’s a cosy undercover seating nook and an open deck for lounging in the sun. The yard reflects the tropical theme with a row of palm trees and an area of lush lawn.
Back inside, all three bedrooms are carpeted. The master has a floor-to-ceiling window, an en suite shower room and a walk-in robe, while the others are along the side of the house, next to the main bathroom with shower and vanity, the laundry and toilet.
There’s an undercover drying area off the laundry.
A single garage has direct access to the house, and there’s further parking on the driveway.
With parks, schools, TAFE and shops within easy reach, this is an ideal location for families or couples.
At this price, it’s also an ideal, low-maintenance rental to add to your investment portfolio.

What you need to know:
– Stylish brick and tile home
– 525sqm block
– Air-conditioned open family room and dining area
– Generous kitchen
– Lounge
– Impressive sheltered al fresco area
– Sun deck
– Undercover seating nook
– Master bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in robe
– Two family bedrooms
– Second bathroom with shower and vanity
– Laundry with access to undercover drying area
– Toilet
– Renovated – new bathrooms, laundry, flooring
– Lawns and palm trees in back yard
– Single garage, additional parking on driveway
– Well presented, good blinds, flooring, décor
– Good family area near schools, TAFE, shops, few mins to town
– Ideal low-maintenance rental investment
– Council rates $2,248.21
– Water rates $1,463.15

This stylish, two-storey home looks grand from the street with its classy, rendered façade in modern tones, exposed-aggregate concrete driveway, double garage and neat gardens.
But it’s when you step inside the lovely residence that you really appreciate the outstanding differences between this and other modern homes.
It displays quality fittings and finishing and its versatile floor plan promises many options for parents and children to enjoy their own quiet space for relaxation or homework – or get together for eating, watching TV or entertaining friends.
The sunny main living room and bedrooms are on the first floor, from where the home takes in fabulous views from Yakamia, around to Collingwood Heights and out as far as Gull Rock National Park.
Solid Tasmanian oak flooring on the stairs flows throughout the open living area, which comprises the air-conditioned family room and dining space with the kitchen at one end. Featuring ivory cabinetry and cream benchtops, the generous kitchen also has a pantry and top-end appliances, including a dishwasher.
At the front of the family room, bifold doors open onto a sizeable balcony, sheltered from the weather and making the most of the amazing outlook. A paved patio at the back provides another outdoor seating option.
Sharing the view is the master bedroom, a mega-king-sized room with two walk-in robes and an ensuite shower room and toilet.
The three family bedrooms are at the rear, all of them doubles with carpet and built-in robes. Also in this vicinity is the main bathroom, alongside the toilet and the laundry.
Alternative living rooms on the ground floor consist of a spacious games room with storage and a TV lounge or theatre room.
There’s also a third toilet on this level, and an internal door to the garage with loads of storage space.
Just five minutes from town, the home is within easy reach of schools, a shopping centre and medical facilities.
Surprisingly, the home is 10 years old, but is immaculate throughout and presents just like new. All flooring, window treatments and décor are in modern neutral colours and in excellent condition.
This delightful property will please fussy buyers looking for an inspired design and space for everyone and their guests.

What you need to know:
– Stylish, two-storey brick and tile home
– Expansive rural outlook
– Tasmanian oak flooring – stairs and main living room
– Upper-floor open family room and dining space, air-conditioned
– Generous front balcony
– Second outdoor seating area at side
– Gourmet kitchen with pantry and dishwasher
– Huge king-sized master bedroom, ensuite and two walk-in robes
– Three queen size family bedrooms, built-in robes and carpet
– Second bathroom, separate toilet
– Third toilet with hand basin
– Laundry
– Games room
– TV lounge
– Double garage with internal access and storage
– Close to schools, shops, medical facilities
– Five minutes from town
– Council rates $2,723.62
– Water rates $1,463.15

Home buyers and rental investors with an eye for a bargain should get in early to view this well-priced brick and Colorbond home – it’s sure to be snapped up.
In a quiet cul-de-sac in a popular family suburb, the home occupies a 787 sqm block with a double length carport and access to the rear for parking the trailer.
The back yard is fully fenced, mostly in lawn and with two good-sized garden sheds, while the front is terraced with extra parking and turning space.
Several indoor and outdoor areas provide room for family members to do their own thing.
There’s the lounge, with full-length windows and glass doors to the carport, an adjoining meals area and at the rear, a long sunroom or games room – a light space perfect for kids’ activities.
Then there’s a covered back patio and at the front, an enclosed veranda.
The kitchen has undergone renovation in recent years and boasts an abundance of white cabinetry and a Miele dishwasher.
All three bedrooms are doubles, so there’s space for homework desks, and two have built-in robes. The bathroom, with shower and vanity, is a semi-en suite to the main bedroom and the toilet is off the adjacent laundry.
It’s a solid home in good condition, with ceramic floor tiles throughout the hallway and kitchen, and carpet in the lounge and bedrooms. Although new carpets and fresh décor would really make it shine, that could be done while living there and without breaking the bank.
The convenient family location is another major drawcard. Just around the corner are a shopping centre with a major supermarket and a fuel and liquor store.
There’s bush at the end of the road and a park close by for the kids to let off steam.
Flinders Park Primary School is within walking distance and the bus to high schools in Albany stops nearby.
This property will appeal equally to owner-occupiers and investors looking for potentially good rental returns.
To request an inspection of this versatile property please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:

– Brick and Colorbond home
– 787 sqm block in quiet cul-de-sac
– Lounge with gas bayonet
– Meals area
– Sunroom or games room
– Covered patio
– Enclosed front veranda
– Modern white kitchen with Miele dishwasher
– Three double bedrooms, two with BIR
– Semi-en suite bathroom with shower and vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Fenced back yard
– Two garden sheds
– Carport with access to yard for trailer
– Extra parking and turning space
– Near supermarket, shopping centre, fuel and liquor, parkland, primary school, school bus
– 10 minutes’ drive from town
– Council rates $2,099.64
– Water rates $1,463.15

Packed with extra features for an easy, enjoyable lifestyle, this outstanding property is perfect for those who want lots of space for living and entertaining, heaps of parking, a big versatile shed and enough land for recreation, growing veggies and keeping chooks.
The smart brick and tile home will delight buyers of all ages who value their privacy as well as time spent with friends and family.
Occupying a level, fully serviced 1,174sqm block, the high-quality bespoke home was built in 2002 and comes with solar panels with a 5kW solar inverter, 17,000ltr rainwater tanks with scheme backup, a security system, a wood fire and ducted air conditioning.
The focus of the home is a light, open living space consisting of family and dining areas with the kitchen on one side and a comfortable lounge in the corner. This space is complemented brilliantly by a huge undercover patio, sure to be a favourite year-round entertaining space.
Attractive cabinetry and black bench-tops set off the sleek kitchen, which is well appointed with a concealed dishwasher, built in pantry, big island bench and gas cooktop.
There are two huge bedrooms, though the double garage is already lined and has windows so could easily be converted to one or two more, if required. The super sized master suite has a walk-in robe and access to the semi-en suite bathroom complete with shower, double vanity, luxurious two-person spa bath and separate toilet.
On the other side of the bathroom is a double bedroom with robes, the laundry and a second toilet.
Flooring, blinds and décor are in excellent condition and everything is well presented.
Another major advantage of this property is the huge powered shed-workshop at the side, big enough for four vehicles, with a high-clearance door and drive-through access to the back yard.
A chook run, raised veggie beds, lawns and a paved driveway with plenty of off-road parking are other outdoor features.
This delightful property has the space and amenities to accommodate almost any hobby and easy access to family conveniences, entertainment and town.
An absolute pleasure to present, be quick to contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to arrange an inspection or request further details.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– Fully serviced 1,174sqm block
– Open family and dining area
– Corner lounge
– Attractive kitchen with pantry, dishwasher, island bench, gas cooking
– Generous undercover and enclosed patio
– Big master bedroom with walk-in robe
– Double second bedroom with built-in robes
– Semi-en suite bathroom with shower, double vanity, two-person spa bath, separate toilet
– Laundry and second toilet
– Wood fire, ducted air conditioning, security system, solar power, 17,000ltr rainwater tanks
– Four-vehicle shed with power, high-clearance door, drive-through access to back yard
– Double garage that is lined
– Chook run, raised veggie beds, lawns
– Plenty of off-road parking
– Council rates $2,337.35
– Water rates $1,463.15

You can see for miles over coastal bushland to Mt Clarence and beyond to Torndirrup National Park from this attractive brick and Colorbond home in the popular suburb of Bayonet Head.

Occupying an elevated block of 794sqm, it was planned to maximise the outlook from the main home on the upper floor while the double garage and ample undercroft storage take up the lower level.

Inside, the home has had a modern facelift and sports smart new flooring and fresh décor having been recently fully repainted.

A generous open living area is the main focus. With hybrid flooring, a big wood fire and air conditioning, this light, inviting space incorporates the family room and dining area, and offers flexibility for zoned living.

At one end is the kitchen – it has had a makeover with a new bench and some fittings – with a dishwasher, gas cooking and pantry, and glass doors onto the rear deck, the perfect spot for outdoor living and entertaining while taking in the far-reaching views.

The master bedroom also shares the views and access to the deck through glazed doors, as well as boasting a sizeable walk-in robe and an en suite bathroom with shower, bath, vanity and toilet.

Both family bedrooms are doubles with built-in robes.

Complementing the double garage is a long driveway leading to the gated back yard, where there’s plenty of space for parking the dinghy or trailer.

The well-presented property will have wide appeal with families looking for a kid-friendly home and yard with good schools, shops and the coast nearby, and also with couples wanting a low-maintenance, comfortable property for entertaining house guests and an easy lifestyle 10 minutes from the city. It would also make an excellent rental investment.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– Two-storey – main home on upper level
– Views over bushland to Mt Clarence and Torndirrup National Park
– All new flooring, freshly decorated
– Spacious open family room and dining space – air conditioning, wood fire
– Long rear deck takes in view
– Kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking, pantry and glass doors to deck
– Master bedroom with walk-in robe and en suite bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet
– Two double family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Second shower room and toilet off laundry
– Two-bay undercroft garage
– Abundant under-house storage for bikes, golf clubs, tools
– Fenced yard with access for trailer
– 794sqm block
– Near good schools, shopping centre, supermarket, liquor and fuel
– 10-minute drive to town
– Council rates $2,159.07
– Water rates $1,463.15

From its strategic position on the side of Mount Clarence, this appealing property takes in magnificent panoramic views over Princess Royal Harbour to Torndirrup National Park, around to the wind farm, back to Mount Melville and over the town of Albany.
It’s a few minutes’ walk to the city centre where all the action is – shops, cafés, restaurants, and events – as well as being within walking distance of excellent schools. In fact, being in the Albany Primary School and Albany Senior High School zoning will ensure this property is well sought after.
The established home was designed to make the most of the outlook, with big windows on two walls in the lounge and another in the dining area presenting different spectacular aspects of Albany and its coastal setting.
Built high on its 890sqm block, the brick and tile home has an undercroft garage and plenty more off-road parking, including gated access to the backyard for stowing the trailer or caravan.
The backyard is fenced and mostly in lawn, and there’s a lawn at the front, while the gardens are easy care with native trees and shrubs.
Rooms are well proportioned, from the sunny lounge with a gas heater to the adjoining dining area with the kitchen at one side, and two of the three big bedrooms are at the front for a share of the view.
The kitchen – with white cabinetry and gas cooking – and the bathroom have undergone modernisation in recent years, and although carpets are dated, they are in good condition and any improvements could be done while the occupants lived there. This also means the place could be leased just as it is for rental investors to maximise their return.
For buyers with greater aspirations of redevelopment, this solid home is an excellent proposition for further investment to transform it into a state-of-the-art residence worthy of its location and outlook or there is the potential for subdivision.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– 890sqm block
– Spectacular coastal and town views – Princess Royal Harbour, Torndirrup National Park, windfarm, Mount Melville, town hall
– Few minutes’ walk to York Street, schools and amenities
– Spacious, sunny lounge with big windows to maximise view
– Dining room
– Kitchen with white cabinetry, gas cooking
– Three big bedrooms, two with views
– White bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and vanity
– Security screens
– Undercroft garage
– Good off-road parking
– Fenced backyard with vehicular access
– Suit owner-occupier, rental investor, developer
– Council rates $2,396.78
– Water rates $1,463.15

Properties such as this are a rare find – a 1960s cottage on a huge block, less than 1km from the CBD and with amazing views.
Near the top of Crossman Street, the 2315sqm property looks out to Mt Clarence, around to Gull Rock National Park, over the eastern hinterland and north-east to the Porongurups.
This will be snapped up by a buyer looking for a tidy renovator on a big block or a unit developer taking advantage of the demand for city homes by those who appreciate easy living.
Appealing original features reflect the home’s beginnings – timber window frames, some decorative cornices and timber flooring under the carpets and vinyl, just waiting to be exposed and polished to show off its beauty.
For those who plan to live in it or rent it out, the cottage is sound, though in need of modernisation. It is built of fibro with a good Colorbond roof.
At the front is a cosy lounge, leading through to the kitchen and dining area, where French doors lead out to a private balcony overlooking the city.
The bathroom has a big bath, a walk-in shower and vanity, and the toilet is at the rear, off the laundry.
Two of the three bedrooms are doubles and the other, the main bedroom, is king-sized.
A handy utility room at the back leads to the laundry and toilet, and the back door opens onto a sizeable, sheltered patio.
The views from the back are remarkable, and could really be exploited from a well-planned development.
At the far end of the block is a double-bay garage-workshop with power connected and an adjoining second workshop area.
In addition to this, there’s a drive-through carport at the side of the house, two concrete hardstands – one for the caravan, one for the trailer – and extensive undercroft storage.
With York Street, schools and supermarkets a few minutes’ walk away, this city property has much to offer a diversity of buyers.
Discuss the possibilities of the R30 zoning with Carly Szczecinski and express your interest in this superior opportunity.

What you need to know:
– Tidy 1960s fibro and Colorbond cottage
– 2315sqm block high on Mt Melville
– Less than 1km to CBD
– Amazing panoramic views from Mt Clarence to Porongurups
– Renovate or develop – block zoned R30
– Lounge, kitchen/meals area, sheltered rear patio, balcony
– King-sized main bedroom plus two doubles
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Utility room, laundry and toilet
– Undercroft storage
– Double-bay garage-workshop with power
– Second workshop adjoining
– Carport at side with drive-through access
– Hardstands for caravan and trailer
– Council rates $1,951.08
– Water rates $1,463.15

A true lifestyle property of 2.79ha, this idyllic holding promises peace and tranquility just 10 minutes’ drive from the city.
The two-storey home, constructed mainly of brick with a Zincalume roof, sits amid natural bush of mature gums and peppermints and is surrounded by a garden oasis of tall palms and water-wise natives.
In harmony with its beautiful environment, the home incorporates natural materials inside – slate flooring and an abundance of warm and practical timber to cabinetry and wall panelling, as well as a feature staircase to the upper floor.
Every window looks out onto the green surroundings with visiting native birds and wildlife.
The living area is open plan with several zones providing space for relaxing, playing, eating and watching TV.
At the front is the carpeted lounge, with a wood fire positioned to heat the entire space. On one side is a second sitting room and on the other, the dining area adjoining the big kitchen and a delightful sunroom at the front.
Complementing the indoor living are numerous outdoor seating areas, courtyards and nooks, so there’s always somewhere sheltered to read a book, soak up the surroundings or entertain family and friends.
One king-sized bedroom is on the upper level. With built-in robes, this room also has glass doors onto a private deck overlooking the property.
Of the three bedrooms on the ground floor, one is a queen and the others are doubles, and the bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity is nearby.
Through the laundry is an enclosed area that would make a great games room.
A freestanding powered Colorbond double garage has high-clearance doors, storage space at the side and a carport adjoining, and there’s a second carport with undercover access to the home.
There’s plenty of space for a chook run and veggie gardens, and even for taking walks on the property.
Those who hanker to get back to nature with space for the kids to run amok will love this private sanctuary and expansive bush block.

What you need to know:
– Two-storey home – mostly brick construction
– 2.79ha bush block
– Lounge with wood fire
– Second sitting room
– Dining area
– Sunroom
– Games room
– Big kitchen
– Upper-floor king-sized bedroom with own balcony
– One queen bedroom; two doubles
– Bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry
– Several outdoor courtyards and seating nooks
– Double freestanding powered garage with carport
– Second carport
– Space for chooks, veggies
– Rainwater tanks
– 10-minute drive to town
– Council rates $1,588.25

Families with kids of any age, young or senior couples, first owners, downsizers or investors – all these will find something special in this attractive property.

Built of cream brick with a charcoal tile roof, the modern, single-level home occupies an elevated easy-care lot of 500sqm, from where it takes in wide-ranging views over the North Road sports fields towards town and Mt Melville.

Those who place a premium on a convenient location can’t go past it – it’s a short walk from the primary school and shopping centre, IGA supermarket, liquor store and acres of recreation space at the North Road sports complex.

Albany Senior High School is a bike ride away and a few minutes in the car gets you to the centre of town.

This is a light, airy home with floor-to-ceiling windows in most rooms and clean décor in ivory with stylish latte feature walls complementing the tiling and flooring.

The main living area is an air-conditioned open family room, dining space and kitchen, where glass doors open onto a paved patio for summer entertaining.

Overlooking the family room is the kitchen with a pantry, gas cooking, under-bench oven and breakfast bar.

For family members to enjoy their own space, the lounge at the front is versatile room that could be used as a play area, TV room or office.

Also at the front is the master bedroom. This queen-sized room has an en suite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet and a walk-in robe.

The two family bedrooms, both with built-in robes, are at the back, near the main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, and the laundry and toilet.

Everything is in tip-top order and ready to move in to.

A double garage with a remote-controlled door has drive-through access to a hardstand at the back for stowing the trailer or dinghy.

Extensive paving means less work to do. A neat lawn setting off the home at the front and low-maintenance gardens at the back are all that need attention.

If you want amenities almost on your doorstep and you’d rather be fishing, golfing or watching the footy than slaving around the home and garden, this lovely property deserves your serious consideration.

Currently leased at $350 per week on a fixed term tenancy until 24th February 2021, this property is suitable for a savvy investor looking for a solid return in prime location near town.

What you need to know:
– Attractive brick and tile home
– 500sqm block
– Fabulous outlook over sports grounds to Mt Melville
– Open living area of family room, dining space and kitchen
– Kitchen with attractive cabinetry, pantry, gas cooking and under-bench oven
– Lounge or TV room
– Reverse Cycle air conditioning, heating & cooling
– Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk-in robe
– Two family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Modern décor, excellent flooring and tiling
– Double garage with remote-controlled door
– Drive-through access to yard for pop-top, dinghy or trailer
– Extensive paving, easy-care gardens
– Short walk to primary school, supermarket, shopping centre
– Close to sports complex, bike-ride to high school
– Five minutes’ drive to town
– Leased at $350 per week until 24th February 2021
– Council rates $2,307.64
– Water rates $1,463.15

The fortunate buyers of this appealing home will love its convenient location, choice of living areas, sunny rooms, big shed and faultless presentation.
It was designed for low maintenance and easy living, so it will delight owner-occupiers who value their leisure time as well as investors looking for an excellent rental proposition.
A few minutes from town and within easy reach of schools, parkland, a major supermarket and fast food outlet, this is a well-rounded family home.
Built of brick and tile, it has been freshly decorated all through in tones from a modern grey palette and fitted with smart new flooring and window treatments.
The floor plan allows for parents and kids to find their own space. The main focus is an open-plan family room with a dining area, overlooked by the kitchen with white cabinetry, an extra-wide under-bench oven and a gas cooktop.
There’s a games or activity room adjoining and at the front, a comfortable carpeted lounge with light streaming in from two windows.
The family bedrooms, reached via a hallway at the side, are all doubles with built-in robes and carpet, and the master is a real treat with a walk-in robe and an ensuite bathroom. The main bathroom, with bath, shower and vanity, is near the other bedrooms and the separate toilet is off the laundry.
On the 687sqm block, lawns front and back are great for the kids to play on and the rear is fully fenced to contain young ones and pets.
For those who love a shed, there’s a ripper double-bay Colorbond garage-workshop, with power and lighting, in the back yard. This is reached through the front double carport, which has a remote roller door for privacy.
Other notable benefits are the security screens fitted to the external doors and solar panels to keep power costs down.
With so many features and in excellent condition, this property stands out and will be hard to beat for value combined with versatility.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile family home in great neighbourhood
– 687sqm block
– Sunny rooms, new flooring, fresh décor, excellent presentation
– Family room
– Activity or games room
– Plush lounge
– Dining area
– Good-sized kitchen with extra-wide under-bench oven, gas cooking
– Master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe
– Three double family bedrooms with carpet and built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Double-bay Colorbond shed with power and lights
– Double carport with roller door
– Security screens, solar panels
– Fenced back yard, mostly in lawn
– Extensive paving
– Convenient for schools, parks, shops, supermarket, fast food
– Well maintained, ideal for family or rental investor
– Council rates $2,337.35
– Water rates $1,463.15

The privileged new owners of this expansive, multi-level home high on Mt Melville will revel in the sensational views, versatile floor plan and abundant space for accommodating extended family and guests.
Presenting as a modern, beautifully maintained property, it offers plenty of scope for numerous activities or complete relaxation in style and comfort.
An extensive renovation and extension project has resulted in a high-quality fitout incorporating innovative design features and finishing in tones from a modern neutral palette tastefully enhancing the sunny ambience.
The main home is on the two upper levels, where balconies and glass doors on both floors let in the amazing outlook from Albany Port to the Southern Ocean. From inside, this extends north as far as the Stirlings. There are four separate balconies here.
Located on the middle floor is the sizeable lounge or theatre room and the dining area adjoining the striking kitchen with stone benchtops, a dishwasher, plenty of cabinetry and superior cooking appliances. There’s even a spa room with a bar which could easily be converted into extra living space.
Of the four bedrooms in the main home, the impressive, air-conditioned master suite at the top has big, double-glazed corner windows to take in the view, a huge dressing room with hanging space and drawers, and an ensuite shower room and toilet. Part of this private refuge is a comfy lounge with glass doors to the private balcony and a small kitchenette.
The other three bedrooms (of which one could be used as an office or study), with robes, are near the main bathroom and the separate toilet.
Two other major drawcards are on the ground floor. First, there’s a sizeable, air-conditioned studio or hobby room – with external access from the side, this is perfect for operating a home-based business. The second is a modern self-contained flat comprising a big bed-sitting room with robes and storage, kitchen-dining area, bathroom-laundry and its own sheltered alfresco area.
On the corner block of 875sqm, there’s also a double shed-workshop with power, a carport and heaps more off-road parking.
Just four minutes’ drive from the CBD, this classy home includes many extras including a sheltered rear barbecue deck, a rainwater tank and heaps of power points – and there’s so much more to discover.

What you need to know:
– Expansive, multi-level home
– Amazing views from most rooms and balconies on two floors
– Beautifully modernised, innovative features
– Lounge or theatre room
– Big kitchen with dishwasher, high-end appliances
– Dining area
– Spa room or gym with bar
– Sizeable studio ideal for home-based business
– Striking master suite, huge dressing room, bathroom
– Lounge and small kitchen adjoining master suite
– Two double bedrooms, one single (or office), all with robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, separate toilet
– Laundry
– Sheltered rear deck
– Modern self-contained flat
– Double garage-workshop with power
– Carport
– Good off-road parking
– 825sqm corner block
– Council rates $3,109.89
– Water rates $1,463.15

This charming established home on a big block in Bayonet Head could be your new rental earner.

Built of brick and tile, the property is in good order and would fit just as easily as a comfortable home for first-timers or as a retirees’ retreat.

From its elevated corner block of 873sqm, it takes in a lovely outlook over Oyster Harbour and bush reserve towards Mt Clarence, Mt Melville and as far as Torndirrup National Park.

Inside, it is neat and tidy. The kitchen and bathroom have been renovated in recent years and good carpet is fitted in the hallway and bedrooms.

Polished jarrah floorboards, an open fireplace and a bar feature in the lounge, while the adjoining dining room has parquetry flooring.

The lounge is the main living room, complemented by a second cosy sitting room with air conditioning at the back and a lovely undercover patio overlooking the garden.

Like the lounge, all the bedrooms along the front of the home enjoy the beautiful outlook.

The master bedroom is a queen-sized room with air conditioning and his-and-hers built-in robes, and the other two are both doubles, one with a built-in robe.

In the bathroom is a walk-in shower, vanity and toilet, and there’s a guest toilet with handbasin off the laundry.

Just as appealing are the gardens, with enough scope to delight green-thumbed occupants.

The front is mostly in lawn with a blend of water-wise natives and exotic palms for easy maintenance, there’s a selection of rose bushes at the side and the enclosed back yard has lawn, raised vegetable beds and a garden shed.

Parking is no problem either, with a garage under the main roof and a wide driveway for visitors’ cars.

Although some of the tiling and décor could do with a modern touch, this could be done while living in the home, or left as it is for rental purposes.

This house will appeal as much to tenants as owner-occupiers for its location, being close to a good primary school, a shopping centre, liquor and fuel outlets and 10 minutes’ drive to town.

It certainly has scope for adding value without much extra investment or effort, so budget buyers should view it before it’s snapped up.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– Corner block of 873sqm
– Views over Oyster Harbour to Torndirrup National Park, Mt Melville and Mt Clarence
– Renovated kitchen and bathroom
– Lounge with polished jarrah floorboards, open fire
– Dining room with parquetry flooring
– Cosy sitting room
– Undercover patio
– Main bedroom with air conditioning, two built-in robes
– Two double bedrooms, one with robe
– Laundry and second toilet
– Garden shed, veggie beds, water-wise gardens
– Garage and further off-road parking
– Close to good primary school, shopping centre, fuel, liquor
– 10 minutes to town
– Ideal rental or budget buy for first owners or retirees
– Council rates $2,069.93
– Water rates $1,463.15

Modern, stylish and spacious with a comfortable, warm feel, this impressive home was designed to accommodate a discerning family.
On a 619sqm easy-care block, the brick home is finished in a smart slate grey render with a Colorbond roof, so it exudes great street appeal.
It has been brilliantly set up incorporating extra features to answer the demands of today’s families, and generous indoor and outdoor living areas for entertaining.
First, there’s the big, open family room and dining area. This has air conditioning and a wood fire, with light spilling in from windows on two walls and two sets of glass doors opening onto the back yard.
Then there’s the long, gable-roofed patio overlooking the garden and a wide veranda around the corner offering another sheltered option for outdoor relaxation or shady play.
Add to this another room off the family area – a versatile home theatre or playroom which could be used as a guest bedroom, study or TV lounge.
All the living spaces are sited at the back for privacy, and the bedrooms are at the front. The master, with a walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom, is on one side of the hallway while the two other bedrooms – both queen-sized with robes – are on the opposite side, near the main bathroom containing a bath, shower and vanity.
Next along the hall is the laundry, with built-in cabinets, a store cupboard and access to the main toilet.
Overlooking the family area is the lovely kitchen. The chef’s stove has five burners and an extra-wide oven, and there’s a dishwasher, a corner pantry and stylish cabinetry.
Classy vinyl plank flooring flows throughout the main hall and living areas and the bedrooms and lounge are carpeted. The home’s clean lines are accentuated with on-trend pale grey décor and attractive tiling, and everything is in top condition.
The high-span double garage has storage space and drive-through access to the back yard for the dinghy or trailer, there’s a shed with power as well, two rainwater tanks and even an outdoor shower for a cooling splash in summer.
Parkland at both ends of the street allow big and little kids to let off steam, while schools, TAFE and shops are within easy reach of this beautifully appointed home in a sought-after locale.

What you need to know:
– Rendered brick and Colorbond home
– 619sqm block
– Sunny open family room and dining area, air conditioning, wood fire
– TV lounge or playroom
– Generous gable-roofed patio
– Sheltered rear veranda
– Spacious kitchen, chef’s stove, dishwasher, pantry
– Master bedroom with ensuite shower room, walk-in robe
– Two double family bedrooms with robes
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Double garage, drive through to yard
– Shed with power
– Two rainwater tanks
– Outdoor shower
– Private back yard, lawn, lush gardens
– Excellent flooring, tiling, décor
– Easy access to schools, shops
– Council rates $2,396.78
– Water rates $1,463.15

Living close to schools, parkland, medical facilities and shops holds perennial appeal for families, singles, couples, retirees and investors.
When it’s within a five-minute drive of town, as this lovely home is, it’s even more attractive to a wide scope of buyers.
As part of the smart Woodrise Estate, the brick and Colorbond home sits amid similar modern properties on an easy-care 544sqm block with a double carport, more off-road parking and an enclosed back yard with access for the trailer or caravan.
The impressive internal layout includes four indoor and outdoor living areas for parents and kids to find their own space.
They could spread out in the sunny, air-conditioned family room, enjoy activities or watch TV in the adjoining second sitting room or relax in the lounge at the front – an open room that could just as easily become an office or play area.
For outdoor dining and entertaining, there’s a delightful undercover patio.
At one end of the main living room is the dining area and the attractive kitchen, with ivory cabinetry, a pantry, breakfast bar, gas cooktop and under-bench oven as well as a door for direct access to the carport.
Also, at the front, is the king-sized master bedroom with the essential walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet.
The other two double bedrooms, both with built-in robes, are accessed from a hallway off the family room, along with the second bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, the separate toilet and the laundry.
All the bedrooms are fitted with good carpet and the rest of the home has practical and attractive vinyl-plank flooring.
This is a comfortable, well-presented home with very good appointments throughout.
It promises an easy lifestyle for those who would rather be fishing, golfing or swimming at the beach than working around the home and yard.
Priced for first buyers, downsizers and rental investors, it’s a desirable property that’s sure to attract good attention.

What you need to know:

– Brick and Colorbond home
– Easy-care 544sqm block
– Light, air-conditioned family room
– Dining space
– Second sitting room or TV room
– Lounge
– Undercover, paved patio
– Kitchen with pantry, breakfast bar, gas cooking
– Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe
– Two family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Fenced back yard with access for trailer or caravan
– Double carport with direct entry to home
– Near shops, schools, park, medical facilities
– Few minutes to town and beach
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,463.15