Here’s an excellent opportunity to secure a neat cottage on a picturesque lifestyle block just 20 minutes from Albany.

Set among similar small acreages, the 4705sqm property is perfect for buyers looking for a place in the country with sheds and enough space to run a few sheep, keep chooks and grow fresh veggies.

The established home is centrally located on the level block, screened behind a jacaranda tree and a few natives. Built of fibro and tile, it has been well maintained and has new carpets and kitchen appliances.

An open living area with a tile fire incorporates the lounge and dining space with the kitchen at one end. Two bedrooms are in the main part of the house and there’s a third bedroom at the rear, next to the laundry, shower room and separate toilet.

A favourite space in summer is sure to be the impressive patio along the back of the house – it’s big enough to take a family-sized outdoor setting, barbecue, pizza oven and beer fridge.

The land is fenced into two paddocks. The main one has a drive leading to a 10m x 7m secure, high-clearance machinery and general-purpose shed and the other has an orchard of mixed fruit trees as well as grassy pasture for running stock. In addition, the house block is enclosed for containing children and dogs and good perimeter fencing is Ringlock and electric.

Apart from a few tall gums for shade and a belt of native vegetation at the front boundary for shelter, the land is all cleared for grazing or planting.

A lean-to on the shed, a lockable toolshed and an open storage or woodshed make up the outbuildings.

Water is plentiful from two rainwater tanks supplying the house and irrigation for the orchard.

The entire property is smartly presented and in very good condition throughout.

It is at the heart of an area discerning buyers are discovering for its wonderful lifestyle close to the Kalgan River for fishing, canoeing and riverside walks and the peace and tranquility of this idyllic rural location.

What you need to know:
– Lifestyle property of 4705sqm
– Rural location 20 minutes from Albany
– Ideal for running sheep, keeping chooks or growing veggies
– Well-presented fibro and tile home
– Open lounge and dining area with wood fire
– Renovated kitchen with gas cooktop and wall oven
– New carpets throughout
– Big rear patio overlooking property
– Two good-sized bedrooms and third bedroom or sleepout
– Laundry
– Bathroom with shower and vanity
– Separate toilet
– 10m x 7m secure machinery or GP shed with lean-to
– Lockable toolshed, open woodshed
– Land cleared with few mature trees for shelter
– Two paddocks plus fenced house block
– Orchard
– Two rainwater tanks
– Trees at boundary for shelter

Everything about this executive home is impressive, from the spacious and varied living areas to the thoughtfully selected construction materials and superior quality finishing.

The distinctive façade with an angular roof and rendered brick in contemporary colours faithfully represents the high standards and innovative design features to be found inside.

All the rooms are generously proportioned and the floor plan is inspired, allowing parents, children and guests to find their own space or gather and socialise.

A generous, air-conditioned, open family room is at the heart of the home. This incorporates the dining area and the huge kitchen in one big corner of the room. With sleek white cabinetry, induction cooktop, double oven, pull-out pantry and a second corner pantry, this is a workspace any family chef would love.

Beyond this is a sensational al fresco entertaining room. This sunny room is a real bonus for families – it is a practical space fitted with a full kitchen, including an electric barbecue and range hood, double sink, dishwasher, recess for a fridge-freezer and attractive cabinetry.

For quieter moments, the lounge at the front is a comfortable retreat.

The opulent master bedroom, with a walk-through robe and en suite bathroom with spa bath, shower, double vanity and toilet, is also on this floor, along with the well-appointed laundry and a separate toilet.

Stairs lead up to the kids’ domain and a fourth living area – a generous central room with the three king-sized family bedrooms radiating off it. All three have built-in robes and ceiling fans. There’s also a bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, a separate toilet and a storage room.

The office is big enough to serve as a fifth bedroom or hobby room, typifying the versatility this home displays.

The garage is another revelation. It has three car bays plus another space with a 3.5m clearance door for a boat or big vehicle, and a workshop at the rear.

In the back yard is a barbecue deck, a garden shed, an area of lawn and a covered clothes-drying space.

All flooring and window treatments are of excellent quality and the home is immaculately presented inside and out.

Close to schools, sports, shops and only five minutes from town, this outstanding property has everything a modern family wishes for and much more.

What you need to know:
– Rendered brick and Colorbond home
– 700sqm block
– Open family room
– Dining area
– Designer kitchen with dishwasher, double oven, two pantries
– Al fresco area with full kitchen and built-in barbecue
– Lounge
– Office
– First floor activity area
– Barbecue deck
– Luxurious master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk-through robe
– Three king-sized family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, separate toilet
– Laundry with good storage
– Garage for three cars plus boat or big vehicle
– Garden shed
– Superior quality throughout
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,795.68

Families will love this neat property for the choice of living areas, plenty of space for recreation, a separate granny flat and terrific views to King George Sound and Michaelmas and Breaksea Islands.

It’s also only a short drive or bike-ride from Middleton Beach, five minutes to town and schools, and within easy reach of shops and medical facilities.

Set back off the road on a 1055sqm block, the brick home was designed with the main home on the first floor to maximise the outlook.

Steps from the triple carport lead up to a tiled front deck – covered and partially glazed for protection from the weather – and the front door.

Inside, the home displays some appealing characteristics reflecting the 1960s, such as wood feature panelling and a stone fireplace wall for the built-in fire.

While the solid building would benefit from modern décor and kitchen and bathroom renovations, it is clean and well maintained throughout.

The comfortable lounge at the front has two big picture windows and leads onto another sunny, air-conditioned sitting room at the rear, with views to the ocean and islands – an outlook shared from the sink in the adjoining galley kitchen.

All three bedrooms on this level are double sized and one has a walk-in robe. The nearby bathroom has a bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet.

On the lower level for easy access is the cosy granny flat with a sitting room, kitchen and meals area, bathroom with shower and separate toilet, and a double bedroom.

Also on this level is an impressive workshop with power and two generous, dry storage rooms for securing family paraphernalia, as well as a good-sized studio or activity room with fitted cabinetry and a sink at one end.

The smart back garden is on two levels, mostly in lawn and with views from the upper section, the perfect spot for summer relaxation.

This is a versatile property in an excellent location with the opportunity to add value while reaping the benefits of its many attributes.

What you need to know:
– Solid family home on 1055sqm block
– Views to King George Sound and the islands
– Three-bedroom main home
– Sunny lounge with wood fire
– Generous air-conditioned sitting room
– Galley kitchen with view from sink
– All double bedrooms, one with walk-in robe
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, separate toilet
– Laundry
– Ramp to garden
– Granny flat – bedroom, kitchen/meals, sitting room, bathroom
– Studio or activity room
– Workshop with power
– Two under-house storage rooms
– Upper-level sheltered front deck
– Back garden with outlook
– Triple carport plus extra off-road parking
– Easy access to beach, town, shops, medical facilities
– Neat, well maintained, excellent presentation
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,506.92

Snap up this lovely, light and bright family home in a great neighbourhood and there’s nothing to do (okay, maybe some paint) but move in and love it.

This represents a terrific buy for families looking for an attractive property within easy reach of all amenities.

In a great neighbourhood, it’s a short walk from Yakamia Primary School, a bike-ride from high schools and the centre of town is a five-minute drive away.

The home itself displays impressive extras and design features and is well presented to get the new owners off to a great start from day one.

Built of double brick and tile, it sits amid neatly maintained, easy-care gardens on a 700sqm block with a lawn and fruit trees in the private back yard.

A spacious open living area is the hub of the home. Fitted with practical ivory ceramic floor tiles, this area comprises an air-conditioned living room, dining area, well-appointed corner kitchen with a pantry, and a sunroom with a bay window overlooking the back yard – of course these areas could be customised to your liking, it’s completely up to you.

Enhancing living options is an appealing second living room at the front. With low walls separating it from the hallway, this pleasant room could be a formal lounge, playroom, study or whatever else you decide!

And then there’s the big paved, gable-roofed patio which stretches almost one whole side of the home, sure to be a favourite spot for barbecues and parties.

The master bedroom at the front has a bay window, a good size walk-in robe and an ensuite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet while a second bathroom serves the other three family bedrooms, two of which have built-in robes.

A double garage under the main roof has direct access to the kitchen and the patio, and gates at the side lead through the patio to the back yard, where there’s a second freestanding garage/workshop with power, ideal for parking the pop-top, dinghy or trailer.

A 2.25kW, nine solar panel system will help keep power bills down, front and back reticulation on timers, good storage and a rainwater tank are other useful extras.

Finished with clean, neutral décor, very good flooring and window treatments and door security screens, this smart home will sure to be a hit with even the most astute of buyers.

What you need to know:
– Double brick and tile family home in great neighbourhood
– 700sqm block
– Spacious open living/kitchen/dining/sunroom with air conditioning
– Well-appointed kitchen with pantry
– Versatile second living room
– Generous paved, gable-roofed patio
– Master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom
– Three family bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Private back yard with lawn and fruit trees
– Front & back reticulation on timers
– Double garage under main roof
– Freestanding garage-workshop with power
– A 2.25kW, nine solar panel system
– Rainwater tank
– Neutral décor, very good flooring and window treatments
– Short walk to primary school, easy access to high schools
– Few minutes to shopping centre, town
– Water Rates $1,353.73
– Council Rates $2,333.66

A coveted Middleton Beach lifestyle with world-class views awaits the new owners of this quality-built home in prestigious Wylie Crescent.

From high on its 809sqm sloping block, it takes in a beautiful panoramic outlook from King George Sound, over Middleton Beach and Lake Seppings to the golf course, Emu Point and as far north as the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges.

Being near the coastal end of the crescent, it is also only a short walk from Eyre Park, the vibrant tourist precinct and the jewel in the crown – the beach itself.

Built in the 1990s, the home was judiciously sited on the block to protect it from the wind without compromising on the views from the long front balcony and the upper-level living areas.

The open-plan living space comprises a lounge, dining area and family room, where two sets of glass doors bring in plenty of light and air as well as the amazing outlook, and lead onto the balcony, a sheltered spot with glass and steel balustrading.

On one side of the living area is the generous kitchen with a dishwasher, pantry and fabulous ocean views from the sink.

Air conditioning is fitted in the living room and Tasmanian oak flooring, good carpets and new blinds are a smart finishing touch.

The three bedrooms at the rear are all doubles. A walk-in robe and en suite bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet are off the master bedroom and the other two share a family shower room.

A real bonus is a well-proportioned games room on the lower level. This versatile room is currently used as a workshop, gym and storeroom, but it could equally serve as a big fourth bedroom or guest room.

At the back door, the laundry opens onto a covered patio and steps lead up through terraced gardens to the top of the block, where the vista opens up and a seating nook takes full advantage of it.

In addition to the double-length garage with internal access to the living area, there’s off-road parking for two vehicles.

Middleton Beach properties are generally tightly held and promise an enviable beachside life just five minutes’ drive from the city and within easy reach of schools, sporting facilities and tourist attractions.

This real estate, which sits among similar executive properties, presents an exceptional opportunity for a discerning buyer.

What you need to know:
– Double brick and tile home
– World-class views from ocean to Stirling Ranges
– Short walk to beach, eateries, tourist precinct
– Sited high on sloping 809sqm block
– Open lounge, dining, family room on upper level
– Long, sheltered balcony
– Good-sized kitchen with dishwasher, pantry and view from sink
– Three double bedrooms – master with en suite and walk-in robe
– Shower room with toilet and vanity
– Big, versatile games room
– Laundry
– Rear covered patio
– Terraced gardens with fruit trees
– Double-length garage
– Extra off-street parking
– Prestigious address, among executive homes
– Five minutes to town, close to schools
– Water Rates $1,353.73
– Council Rates $2,651.29

Smart, contemporary styling and modern colours have been used to great effect at this lovely home just 2km from Albany’s CBD.

Its elevated position coupled with an inspired design ensure it makes the most of the beautiful rural views from the living room and main bedroom at the front.

The perfect home for couples, active retirees or first homebuyers, it would also make an ideal rental investment – it is currently rented at $375 a week until August 2019.

The end building in a row of six, the 2010-built home is freestanding and private, with a double garage and additional parking at the front.

A carpeted staircase from the entrance hall leads up to the inviting open living area comprising the lounge and dining space with the attractive kitchen at the far end.

There’s practical vinyl plank flooring, gas heating and a big front window in this lovely airy room, where glass doors lead out to a paved, sheltered courtyard for outdoor dining and entertaining.

This courtyard is also reached from the main bedroom, a big room with a built-in robe and access to the semi-en suite bathroom with bath, shower and vanity.

Both family bedrooms are doubles with built-in robes, and all are carpeted.

Of the two toilets, one is next to the bathroom and the second is off the laundry, near the back door, which opens onto easy-care terraced gardens. There’s a grapevine and a few succulents, and new owners could plant veggies and herbs, or low-maintenance water-wise natives.

A security alarm provides peace of mind, especially for those taking off to warmer climes over winter.

This is a versatile and comfortable home in a convenient location with an attractive design and northerly aspect.

Tastefully finished and well appointed, it is within easy reach of shops, medical facilities and schools, enhancing its appeal to a wide range of buyers.

Contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au about any queries or to arrange an appointment to inspect this gem of a property.

What you need to know:
– Stylish home on elevated site – takes in lovely rural views
– Living areas on first floor to maximise outlook
– Spacious open lounge and dining space
– Kitchen with attractive cabinetry, gas cooking
– Private courtyard
– Big main bedroom with built-in robe and access to semi-en suite bathroom
– Two double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower and vanity
– Two toilets
– Laundry
– Fenced back yard with terraced gardens
– Double garage and further off-road parking
– Carpet in all bedrooms, vinyl plank flooring in living room
– Security system
– Freestanding, at end of row of six
– 2010-built, modern design
– Suit first homebuyers, investors, professional couples, active retirees
– Ideal lock-and-leave
– 2km from CBD
– Easy access to schools, shops, medical facilities
– Currently rented at $375 a week until August 2019
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $2,304.79
– Strata Levy $1,248.83

Here’s your chance to discover the everyday delights of living in a near-new home with superior appointments and appliances, modern design features and classy finishing.

This 2018-built residence is thoroughly impressive inside and out, with numerous thoughtful additions to enhance the owners’ lifestyle and promote easy, comfortable living and entertaining.

A major drawcard is the 7.5 x 8.5m shed-workshop in the back yard. This freestanding Colorbond building has power and lights and two roller doors – one with high clearance of 4m for the caravan or boat.

The home is attractive from the street with its oversized red brick and Colorbond construction, double garage and a portico at the front entrance creating a striking façade.

A spacious open living room is the main focus. This comprises an air-conditioned family room and dining area with access to a theatre room at one end.

To one side of the family room is the outstanding kitchen, with sleek cabinetry, a dishwasher, chef’s stove and an adjoining butler’s pantry for keeping the main benches free of appliances.

A well-used living space for most of the year will be the al fresco area. With a timber ceiling and space for a big dining setting, this is a private spot for family barbecues or dinner with guests.

The king-sized master suite at the front of the house has a walk-in robe and bathroom with double vanity, shower and separate toilet. With bulkhead lights over the bed and plush carpets, this makes a welcoming retreat.

All three family bedrooms are doubles with built-in robes and carpets, and the main bathroom has a bath, shower and vanity. The toilet is off the laundry, which also has built-in cabinetry.

Hardwearing vinyl plank flooring in a limed timber look flows throughout the main areas, and all tiling, décor and cabinetry are of a high quality.

Lawns front and back and double gates for access to the shed are other features of the 700sqm block.

Set among similar new properties in the family-friendly suburb of Yakamia, this is within easy reach of schools and shopping centres, and only a six-minute drive from town.

For those considering a new build, this stylish home would answer all their needs while removing the difficult decisions and reducing waiting time.

What you need to know:
– Stylish, 2018-built brick and Colorbond home
– 700sqm block
– Double garage and big shed with high-clearance door
– Spacious open living room – family and dining area
– Theatre room
– Designer kitchen with chef’s stove and butler’s pantry
– Al fresco area
– Master suite with bathroom and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms, all doubles
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Superior cabinetry, tiling, flooring and décor
– Within easy reach of shops, schools and town
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,068.61
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $2,709.05

Tucked away at the end of a long driveway, this beautiful hobby farm of 3.25ha enjoys an idyllic setting and promises a wonderful rural life.

Neat and well maintained, it has enough land to keep livestock, grow veggies and raise chooks, and a comfortable homestead with lovely views over the property from almost every room

The land is mainly grassy pasture, gently undulating with perimeter fencing. It is interspersed with native timbers and bush for shelter, making it eminently suitable for running sheep, alpacas, goats and horses.

Built of brick and Zincalume with the addition of a timber sunroom, the home is inviting and sunny with high ceilings enhancing the bright ambience.

Entry is through a double-length carport into a spacious utility room. The adjoining shower room is handy for cleaning up after kicking off the work boots and before walking through to the main home.

There are three living rooms. In addition to the corner sunroom, with windows on two sides, there’s a family and dining room adjoining the kitchen and a cosy lounge with glass doors leading out to a wide, L-shaped deck. This outdoor space will be a favourite in summer for enjoying a cold beer and a barbecue while gazing out over the land to expansive farmland and bush in the distance.

A sizeable walk-in pantry adjoins the kitchen, and all three bedrooms are good-sized doubles, two having built-in robes.
A solar hot water system is also installed.

Outside, there’s a fenced area of garden adjoining the house for children and pets to play safely, watched from the kitchen sink.

A 10m x 13m shed with a 2.6m clearance door, concrete floor, lean-to and power connected is sited near the house.

Water is plentiful from two rainwater tanks and a dam on the lower reaches of the property.

While this impressive farmlet feels a million miles from the ratrace, it is just 25 minutes from the city of Albany and a similar distance from Denmark.
It is within easy reach of the coast for fishing and swimming and a short drive away from the school bus route.

What you need to know:
– 3.25ha hobby farm in idyllic setting
– Mainly grassy pasture with native vegetation
– Comfortable homestead with views over the property
– Family room, lounge, sunroom
– Wide L-shaped deck
– Kitchen with walk-in pantry
– Big utility room
– Laundry/shower room with vanity and toilet
– Three double bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Solar hot water
– Dam and two rainwater tanks
– Perimeter fencing
– Two road frontage, possible subdivision potential
– 10m x 13m shed with power and high-clearance door
– Land suitable for sheep, goats, alpacas, horses, market gardening
– Easy reach of coastal fishing and swimming spots
– 25 minutes from Albany and Denmark, near school bus route
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $1,518.70

In a well-managed strata complex The Gums midway between the city and Middleton Beach, this attractive freestanding unit promises privacy, security and comfort.

The Gums is aptly named for its strategically retained tall eucalypts among the homes, which are all individually designed around a common exterior theme of pastel rendered brick and with lawns and flower beds enhancing the garden setting of the complex.

Unit 15, near the entrance, has two mature gum trees and an area of lawn and gardens at the front, making a welcoming introduction to the property.

Extensive paving leads to a double carport at the front door, which opens onto the living area comprising the lounge, dining space and kitchen.

A gas heater keeps the place cosy in winter, and a cooling summer breeze can be enjoyed by opening the glass doors onto the back yard.

This private yard is a lovely adjunct to the main living area with its paved courtyard under a pergola, an area of lawn and garden beds for growing herbs, veggies and flowers.

With appealing cabinetry, space for a dishwasher and microwave, a recess for the fridge/freezer and a breakfast bar, the kitchen is a practical and pleasant workspace overlooking the garden.

A hallway off the lounge leads to the three bedrooms. The main bedroom has a bay with twin windows and a walk-through robe to an en suite shower, vanity and toilet.

One of the others is a double with a built-in robe and the third is a good-sized single.
The main bathroom nearby has a bath, shower and vanity and the toilet is separate, off the adjacent laundry.

Neutral décor, carpets and blinds are other advantages, and security screens add to the owners’ peace of mind.

Another bonus is a good-sized outdoor shed, with built-in shelving, as part of the main building.

This is a highly appealing unit for couples, singles or small families valuing location and easy living, and for those looking for a solid, well-maintained investment property in a complex with a proven history of good rental returns.

What you need to know:
– Freestanding rendered brick unit
– Part of well-run strata complex
– Located halfway between the city and the beach
– Paved double carport
– Lounge with gas fire
– Dining area
– Kitchen with breakfast bar and spaces for dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave
– Double master bedroom with walk-through robe to en suite shower room and toilet
– Two family bedrooms – one double with built-in robe; one good-sized single
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Neutral décor, carpets and blinds
– Private back yard with paved courtyard and pergola
– Lawn and garden beds for veggies, herbs, flowers
– Shed with built-in shelving under main roof
– Perfect for singles, couples or investors
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $2,275.91
– Strata Levy $1,844 per annum

Finding a big block for building a home and sheds, parking big vehicles and having space left over for the children to play can be a challenge. So here’s the solution.

This 1323sqm block (nearly a third of an acre) will certainly tick all those things off your wish list and give you every reason to go ahead with your plans.

It’s in the established suburb of McKail, to the north of the city and only about seven minutes’ drive from the CBD. It also has easy access to the main road network to the north and east.

This is a good-sized block for those with an urge to keep chooks, grow veggies and plant fruit trees, or just enjoy the space a block of this size offers.

It will take an expansive home with generous indoor and outdoor living areas and garages, as well as sheds for mechanical or construction projects or DIY jobs.

Among similar-sized established lots, the land is level and grassy with a few native trees, so clearing and construction should be straightforward, and all services are at the boundary.

Another major benefit of this location is it’s within walking or cycling distance of TAFE and North Albany Senior High School, Coles supermarket, a pharmacy and the cinema. Mt Lockyer Primary School is only 2½km away.

If you’re planning to build a new home, need to accommodate a truck, caravan or boat and want breathing space without sacrificing all amenities close by, discuss the benefits and excellent prospects of this generous block with Kevin Marshall.

What you need to know:
– 1323sqm residential building lot
– Level lot with services at boundary
– Grassy with a few native trees
– Space for big home, garages and sheds
– Parking space for truck, caravan, boat
– Plant fruit trees, keep chooks, grow veggies
– Easy access to city’s northern and eastern road networks
– Close to TAFE, NASHS, Coles
– 2½km to primary school
– Sherwood Park around the corner
– 7 minutes to CBD

For investors and first homebuyers, a property such as this is an exciting proposition.
It presents a chance to pick up an appealing character home in an excellent family area and with a little effort and a modest further investment, transform it into a desirable, comfortable residence – or rent it out as it is.

The fibro and tile home, which occupies a 661sqm block with a carport, garage and shed, sits amid neat lawns and displays some charming features from its 1950s origins, all of which are in great condition.

Jarrah floorboards flow throughout the home, it has the original timber window frames and decorative ceiling cornices, and there’s a wood fire built in to a fireplace in the lounge – which is also air-conditioned.

A front veranda shelters the main entrance, which opens onto a wide central hallway from which most rooms radiate.

At the front is the lounge with a picture window looking out to the veranda, and the main bedroom, a good-sized double with air conditioning.

The second bedroom is also a double and the third a good-sized single. The bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower and vanity, and the toilet is off the laundry at the rear. An air conditioner is also fitted in the meals area adjoining the kitchen. Both the bathroom and kitchen could do with renovation, but they are clean and serviceable just as they are.

The garage in the back yard is accessed via the drive-through carport, and there’s a garden shed as well as good storage or workshop space at the side of the garage.

A major benefit of this home is its location about 1km from NASHS, TAFE and Coles supermarket in one direction and Mt Lockyer Primary School in the other. It’s also only a five-minute drive from town.

If you’re handy with the tools and fancy adding real value to an already attractive property, this could be an easy project.
Discover its charm for yourself and you could be reaping the rewards in the not-too-distant future.

What you need to know:
– Fibro and tile character home
– 661sqm block
– About 1km from schools, TAFE, Coles supermarket, cinema
– Five minutes’ drive from town
– Jarrah floorboards throughout
– Decorative ceiling cornices, timber window frames
– Lounge with wood fire and air conditioning
– Main bedroom with air conditioning
– Two further bedrooms – one a double; the other a good-sized single
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Air-conditioned kitchen/meals area
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Carport
– Garage and workshop/storage
– Garden shed
– Neat gardens, mostly in lawn
– Security screens at most doors and windows
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $1,756.16

Hankering for the country life, keeping chooks, growing veggies and enjoying space and tranquility on your own property situated in the middle of vineyard country?
Then look no more!

This property consists of a three-bedroom home set among the gum trees on a beautiful 8094sqm block.

The manageable two acre property has a double carport workshop, chook run, aviary, garden shed and meandering cottage gardens complete with fruit trees in a natural bush setting.

Located on a major regional tourist route at the foot of the beautiful Porongurup Ranges, this property is close to attractions thousands of people travel miles for – wineries, art events, walk tracks, restaurants and the memorable experience of exploring the renowned Porongurup National Park and nearby Stirling Ranges.

Situate within walking distance of the general store with great coffee and food, while for more specialised needs, it’s only a 15-minute drive to Mt Barker and half an hour to the City of Albany.

The home itself is tucked away off the road behind a screen of natural bush. Built of fibro and iron, it has a rear deck and an open-plan living area combining the lounge kitchen and dining room.

For comfort of living there is a big wood fire and reverse-cycle air-conditioning while the kitchen area has good cabinetry with a five-burner stove as well as space for a dishwasher.

The three bedrooms includes the master that is king size with a wall of built-in robes, plus a bathroom with bath, shower and basin and a separate laundry.
Other benefits of the home is that it is connection to scheme water and the NBN.

While this property will undoubtedly interest those looking for an uncomplicated lifestyle, it will also appeal to tenants who work in the nearby vineyards, farms or commute to Mt Barker and Albany for jobs.

Being currently leased at $250 a week, it presents an ideal investment opportunity with good returns.

For a rural lifestyle property in an outstanding location, this represents excellent buying.

What you need to know:
– Country cottage on 8094sqm
– Double carport, shed, chook run, aviary
– On major tourist route near National Park
– Beautiful bush setting cottage gardens and fruit trees
– Open plan living
– Air-conditioned lounge plus tile fire
– Dining area
– Big kitchen with chef’s stove
– Rear deck with outlook over property
– Three bedrooms, one with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath and shower
– Scheme water and NBN connected
– Currently leased at $250 a week
– 15 mins to Mt Barker, 30 mins to City of Albany
– Close to wineries, restaurants, art events, bush walks

Four minutes from Nanarup Beach and with fabulous coastal views from the luxurious homestead, this exceptional 75.4ha property will please the most fastidious and demanding buyer.

The picturesque and productive cattle farm is for those who aspire to a country lifestyle while enjoying the daily pleasures of modern living in beautiful surroundings.

It will suit semi-retiring farmers looking for a manageable holding within easy reach of the city, or executives yearning for fresh air and space – and additional income.

The stunning main home, just two years old, is a spacious, contemporary building of rendered brick with floor-to-ceiling windows in most rooms to maximise the magnificent outlook over the land and out to the Southern Ocean.

It occupies an elevated section of the property and is packed with innovative design features and an inspired layout with living options of a lounge, family room, bar or games room and sheltered deck. The sensational kitchen has a dishwasher, butler’s pantry, wine fridge and double oven.

A dressing room and an en suite bathroom with separate toilet are features of the
master bedroom, while the two family bedrooms are king-sized with built-in robes.

All flooring, décor, appliances and appointments are stylish and of superior quality, and the entire home is immaculately presented. It is also self-sufficient for power and water.

A second modern three-bedroom, two-bathroom home brings in a rental income.
The land is cleared except for a few acres of natural bush at the rear and tree breaks of sheoak and jarrah. Pasture is kyke and rye with some clover, and water is abundant from four soaks, four dams and a permanent creek. The property runs 50-60 breeding cattle.

Excellent fencing and a sound fertiliser history are other notable benefits.
Outbuildings include a machinery shed with adjacent cattle yards and a near-new 15m x 10m four-bay high-clearance Colorbond shed near the home.

The farm is a few kilometres from the Great Southern Grammar and a 25-minute drive to Albany’s CBD.

It is a remarkably well-managed property in all aspects, and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

What you need to know:
– 75.4ha cattle farm
– Close to Nanarup Beach
– Luxurious, contemporary homestead with coastal views
– Spacious with high-quality appliances and finishing
– Open family room, lounge and dining area
– Bar or games room
– Sheltered deck
– Sensational kitchen with dishwasher, double oven, butler’s pantry
– Huge laundry and linen room
– Double carport
– Rental income from second three-bedroom, two-bathroom home
– Land mostly cleared – some natural bush and tree breaks
– Kyke, rye and clover pasture
– Excellent fencing, sound fertiliser history
– Abundant water from four soaks, four dams and permanent creek
– Currently running 50-60 breeding cattle
– Machinery shed and cattle yards
– Near-new 15m x 10m high-clearance shed
– Near Great Southern Grammar, 25 mins to town
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $3,032

A European style two-storey townhouse will always be in demand and snapped up quickly in this location. A casual stroll to the Middleton Beach hub features bars and restaurants, stunning walk and bike trails, playgrounds and of course, the unbeatable white sand and crystal water of the beach itself.

Iconic Middleton Beach will provide family memories to last a lifetime and all surrounding attractions are within short walking distance, making your family holiday or investment appealing to tourists.

Arriving at the resort, you’ll drive under a stately brick archway and be charmed by the delightful garden beds and enchanting courtyards. This townhouse benefits from its position towards the rear of the complex with a water fountain and a quaint playground all set on the side of Mount Adelaide. Adjacent, along Adelaide Crescent you’ll find a trendy cafe/bar.

With your own exclusive brick carport and fully paved low maintenance entrance, this property is as neat as a pin.

Stepping inside and the mezzanine captures your attention and hovers over the open plan, dining and lounge room area, a perfect setting for relaxation during your holiday or a desirable layout for future guests.

Just off of the main living area are a set of carpeted stairs leading up to the mezzanine floor, sleeping quarters and bathroom all branching off a naturally light-filled landing. The size of these two bedrooms will surprise you. The spacious and neutral style family bathroom will not disappoint which has a separate toilet.

The master suite is king size and then some, overlooking the frontal courtyard with room for a casual lounge.

The second bedroom is a generous queen size that over looks the lounge area and backyard. All neatly decorated the home comes fully furnished and is easy care maintenance with both a reverse cycle air conditioning unit and wood fireplace allowing the home to be kept at a comfortable temperature all year round.

Back on the ground floor and continuing on from the lounge and dining area is an ample sized kitchen and a compact laundry, just enough for freshening up those swimmers and towels for the next day of beach fun.

The kitchen features overhead shelving and under bench storage, an upright oven, stove and plenty of bench space, the perfect size for preparing delicious holiday style meals. Not forgetting the many alfresco family mealtimes you’ll have out on your undercover mini patio just off the dining area.

Make your next investment one that rewards you as well.

What you should know:
– Tourist residential zoned townhouse
– Minutes from beach, restaurants, walks and more
– Fully finished & private parking
– Zoned Tourist Residential
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,211.03
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $1,190.30
– 2018/2019 Strata Levies $3,622.89

Constructing industrial premises tailored to your business makes sense – you don’t have to compromise on the specialised facilities for your individual needs.

This 827sqm prime development site in Richard Street is zoned light industrial. It is flat and ready for site works and construction, with all services on site.

It would allow the owner to plan sheds and offices to suit their own purpose and provide for client parking as well as movement and garaging of trucks and other big vehicles.

The site is in an established industrial area accessed from Chester Pass Road. Its excellent location allows the owner to easily source vital materials and services during construction as well as everyday operation.

The location is ideal for any kind of venture involving warehousing, repairs or light manufacturing, or for a trade base. It would also suit an industrial retailer or wholesaler.

Numerous businesses in the area include panel beaters, automotive repairers, plumbers, supply merchants, farm machinery dealers, warehouses, builders, garden equipment suppliers, glaziers and service industries.

To find out more about the business opportunities afforded the owners of this prime block, contact Kevin Marshall of Merrifield Real Estate.

What you need to know:
– 827sqm block
– Zoned light industrial
– Ideal for warehousing, repairs or light manufacturing
– Design your premises to suit your trade
– Space for moving and garaging trucks and other big vehicles
– In established industrial area
– Easy access from Chester Pass Road
– Flat and fully serviced