There’s everything to love and nothing to do at this smart family home near schools, kindy and parkland – and just five minutes from town.
Brilliantly presented for sale by the proud owners, the well-maintained brick and Colorbond home has made one family happy for several years and is now ready to delight another.
In the right price bracket for first home buyers or rental investors, it has practical and inviting indoor and outdoor living spaces.
The main open living area includes a carpeted lounge – a comfy room with gas heating. This flows through to the dining space and around the corner to the kitchen, which has good cabinetry, a gas cook-top, electric oven and space for the fridge-freezer.
This entire area is sunny and welcoming, with glass doors from the dining space opening onto a sheltered, paved patio.
Along the back of the house is an impressive new timber deck. The perfect spot for entertaining and family barbies, this covered area also has a wood burner to take the edge off chilly evenings.
The queen-sized master bedroom and the two family bedrooms share the nearby bathroom, which has been renovated in sparkling white and sports a bath, shower and vanity.
Fresh paintwork throughout, good flooring and tiling and 10 solar panels for reduced power bills are other benefits of this impressive home.
On the manageable 493sqm block is a fenced back yard with grassy areas for the children to play as well as a powered shed-workshop and a garden shed.
At the side of the house is the carport, with access to the back yard for stowing the trailer, and there’s extra off-road parking besides.
In addition to the back yard, there’s plenty of space for children to work off energy in the park just along the road. The newly redeveloped Mount Lockyer Primary School and Parklands School are within walking distance, as is the community kindy. North Albany Senior High School and TAFE are a bike-ride away.
This property represents excellent value and promises an easy, rewarding lifestyle for buyers on a budget.

What you need to know:
– Smart brick and Colorbond home
– Manageable 493sqm block
– Lounge with gas heating
– Dining space
– Kitchen with good cabinetry, gas cooking, electric oven
– Sheltered, roofed patio
– New undercover timber deck
– Queen-sized master bedroom, two good-sized kids’ bedrooms
– New white bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Fresh décor throughout, good tiling and flooring
– 10 solar panels
– Enclosed back yard with lawn and play areas
– Powered shed-workshop, garden shed
– Carport with gate to yard for trailer
– Walk to primary schools, kindy
– Easy access to high school, TAFE
– 5 minutes to town
– Council rates $2,110.65
– Water rates $1,463.12

Modern, stylishly finished and with the focus on functional, comfortable living, this impressive brick and Colorbond home will appeal to a wide scope of buyers.
Smaller families, retirees entertaining overnight visitors, and rental investors will all appreciate the well-designed property demanding little in the way of maintenance.
This is a light, inviting home with a choice of living areas for adults and kids to enjoy their own space, and places to eat, relax and play together.
Colours are from a contemporary neutral palette of white with contrasting charcoal grey accents to tiling and window treatments.
From the main hallway, French doors open onto a carpeted lounge, a perfect parents’ retreat.
Next is the main living room – an open-plan, air-conditioned space comprising the family room and dining area, and featuring smart vinyl plank flooring. Overlooking this is the lovely kitchen with a pantry, gas cooking and under-bench oven. This is predominantly in white with classy black panels and overhead cabinets.
Another popular living spot is sure to be the fabulous gable-roofed patio, reached via sliding glass doors from the family room – it’s perfect for barbies or lazy brunches in the sun.
The king-sized master bedroom has a generous walk-through robe leading to the semi-en suite bathroom, complete with bath, walk-in shower, vanity and toilet. A second toilet is off the hallway to the other two bedrooms, both of which are doubles with built-in robes. All bedrooms are carpeted.
There’s ample cabinetry in the laundry, and store cupboards in the family room.
At the front of the fully serviced 660sqm block, neat lawns and easy-care garden beds make an attractive setting for the home, while the enclosed back garden is mostly in lawn for the children to play.
In addition to the oversized double garage (extra long and extra wide), there’s additional parking on the driveway and gates at the side of the house provide access to the yard for the trailer or caravan.
This lovely home in a select neighbourhood with a major supermarket, schools, liquor and fuel within easy reach will delight buyers valuing convenience and easy living. To arrange an inspection of this very attractive property please don’t delay in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– 2014 built brick and Colorbond home
– Level, fully serviced 660 sqm block
– Select neighbourhood among modern properties
– Air-conditioned open living – family room and dining space
– Separate lounge
– Gable-roofed patio on the sunny side of the house
– Classy white kitchen with gas cooking, pantry
– King-sized master bedroom, walk-in robe
– Semi-en suite bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry and second toilet
– Extra long and extra wide double garage
– Side access to back yard for trailer, caravan, boat
– Near supermarket, schools, liquor, fuel
– Council rates $2,534.06 per annum
– Water rates $1,463.12 per annum

For everyday family living or relaxing with friends, this stylish home is all you want it to be.
There’s space to spare for everyone to do their own thing or get together for playtime, TV and meals, as well as an impressive shed for DIY projects and stowing the boat.
The 2010-built brick and Colorbond home occupies a 684sqm block in a sought-after locale. It’s a few minutes from town, near schools and a major supermarket, and with a park just around the corner.
Inside, the colours chosen for tiling, flooring, cabinetry, blinds and décor are in complementary hues from a tasteful charcoal and pastel grey palette, and all are in excellent condition.
The choice of living spaces is a major feature of this home. Parents and kids will love the open family area at the heart of the home, as well as the theatre room, the tiled games room, and the amazing gable-roofed patio, which is partly enclosed for year-round practicality.
Adjoining the air-conditioned family room is the generous dining area, then the kitchen, complete with dishwasher, terrific five-burner chef’s stove and corner pantry. This area is fitted with attractive vinyl plank flooring, and the theatre and bedrooms are carpeted.
There are no compromises when it comes to bedtime. The appealing master suite at the front of the home has a walk-in robe and private bathroom with a double shower, his-and-her basins and a separate toilet. A second bathroom, with bath, shower and vanity, serves the other two double bedrooms, both with built-in robes, at the back.
There’s a toilet off the laundry, which has built-in cabinetry, and ample storage.
Double gates at the side of the house open to access the impressive Colorbond shed with power.
The back yard is fully fenced for young children and pets to play safely, and there’s internal access to the double garage.
While owner-occupiers will appreciate the many attractive aspects of this modern real estate, it would also make an ideal rental for investors looking for a low-maintenance, tenant-friendly property with the potential for excellent returns.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 648sqm block
– Air-conditioned open family room/dining
– Home theatre
– Enclosed games room
– Huge gable-roofed, all-weather patio
– Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, five-burner chef’s stove
– Master bedroom with en suite shower room, walk-in robe
– Two double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry with built-in cabinetry
– Double garage
– Colorbond shed-workshop with power
– Enclosed yard
– Near park – easy access to schools, supermarket, liquor, fuel
– Council rates $2,473.57
– Water rates $1,463.12

Vacant land is in high demand in Albany and if you are chasing a parcel that offers lots of exciting options, both from an investment and lifestyle point of view, then this opportunity is not one to be missed.
Over an acre in area, this 4,201 sqm block has deep sewerage available and an incredible three road frontage. It sits within a well established residential area and the zoning is Future Urban. Going by the precedent set in the immediate neighbourhood, this unusually large land holding offers the possibility of subdivision in to many different block sizes and configurations, with the yield potentially as high as 9 vacant lots. A proposed subdivision sketch that is consistent with the City of Albany’s Structure Plan shows that one lot of approximately 830 sqm, with a frontage of about 21m to Le Grande Avenue and already serviced, could be split off and sold fairly quickly, subject to the approval by authorities and issue of separate Title, leaving the remaining 3,371 sqm with a vast array of further subdivision options available to it, having lot sizes potentially as small as the R30 code permits (around 320 – 330 sqm).
However, if you are simply chasing a large plot of land to build your large family home on, have plenty of space for sheds with easy access in to and out, and still have surplus land for lots of garden and the children to play in their own backyard, then this is a very rare find indeed. It’s everything an active family wants and an ideal base for tradies, DIYers or hobbyists needing shed space, to work on vehicles or machinery, for example.
With easy and direct access to South Coast Highway and Albany Highway, two major arterial routes in and out of town, this property is situated only about five minute drive from the main street in the CBD. It is also walking distance to a new Coles supermarket, cinema, fast food restaurant and pharmacy, and a short bike ride to Mt Lockyer Primary School, North Albany Senior High School and Southern Regional TAFE campus.
With a myriad of options available as to what you do with this block, don’t delay in contacting the exclusive listing agent, Lee Stonell, on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to discuss your ideas.

What you need to know:
– Residential building lot with subdivision potential
– 4,201sqm with three road frontage
– Fairly level site, mostly cleared, well drained
– Utilities at boundary, including deep sewerage
– Space for large homes, sheds, garages, chooks, gardens
– Future Urban zoned, with neighbouring housing zoned at R30 and R20
– Supermarket, fast food, liquor, fuel, cinema within about 2km
– Close to primary and secondary schools and TAFE
– Easy 5 minutes drive from town
– Council rates $1211.00 per annum
– Water Corporation rates $1463.12 per annum

When a property such as this hits the market, it’s going to attract attention from families looking for something different to run-of-the-mill modern homes.
The fortunate family moving in here will love the space, versatility and layout as much as the far-reaching views and the convenient location.
The two-storey brick home occupies an elevated block of 674sqm, from where it takes in a terrific bush outlook to rural land flanking Yakamia Creek from the front and towards Mt Clarence, Mt Melville and the city at the back.
This is a well-built home with a practical floor plan and spacious rooms. The main living area consists of an air-conditioned family room and lounge, boosted by a huge gable-roofed games room with French doors leading onto a sizeable outdoor deck. Both the games room and the deck are big enough for parties and sure to be the most popular spots for entertaining friends.
Timber flooring features in the generous dining area and the attractive corner kitchen, which has a pantry, dishwasher, five-burner gas cooker and breakfast bar.
Also on this lower level are the laundry and a shower room with toilet and vanity. The garage, with workshop and storage space at the side, has internal access to the home.
The upper floor is sheltered by verandas on three sides and the views open up from the four bedrooms.
The air-conditioned master suite has a big walk-in robe and glass doors onto the deck, while two of the other three double bedrooms have built-in robes. All share the nearby bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet.
Flooring, décor and tiling are in great shape. The home has been well maintained and is nicely presented, ready for a new family to move in.
The setting is impressive, with a circular driveway at the front ensuring easy access and ample parking. The grounds are neat and tidy, with areas of lawn and trees and shrubs selected for character and low maintenance.
With schools and medical facilities close by and town a few minutes’ drive away, this home has everything to keep an active family happy.

What you need to know:
– Two-storey family home
– Brick and Colorbond construction
– 674sqm block
– Lovely views to rural land, Mt Clarence and Mt Melville
– Air-conditioned family room
– Lounge
– Dining area
– Huge games room
– Rear deck
– Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, five-burner gas cooker
– Laundry
– Shower room and toilet
– First floor bathroom with bath, shower, toilet, vanity
– Air-conditioned master suite with walk-in robe
– Three double family bedrooms, two with robes
– Good flooring, tiling, décor
– Garage with space for workshop and storage
– Neat gardens, circular driveway
– Council rates $2,261.87
– Water rates $1,463.12

This substantial, well-priced property in a beautiful location is one for buyers prepared to roll up their sleeves and do some serious renovations or replace the home with a new build.
Either way, the financial and lifestyle rewards are clear.
The estate consists of a 1960s home on a versatile 1098sqm block on the edge of rural land and very close to excellent fishing spots on the King River.
This idyllic setting in a green enclave among similarly sized properties promotes quiet and tranquility with an abundance of native vegetation and birdlife.
To be sold as is. If it were retained, it would need an extensive upgrade throughout, though the layout could be largely preserved.
Living areas consist of a big family room with a wood fire, a lounge or dining room with an outlook to the hills of Gull Rock National Park, and a meals area adjoining the kitchen, where there’s a walk-in pantry and storeroom.
The three bedrooms are all doubles, and there’s a shower room, laundry and toilet.
At the rear is a separate studio or games room with power connected, and a double, high-clearance carport.
Apart from a few native trees at the boundary and a lawn at the front, the block is cleared and ready for replanting or construction.
The property inspires numerous possibilities to take advantage of the site and location. Buyers choosing to build a new home could exploit the outlook with a two-storey residence, and even a single-storey home with a big footprint would leave enough space for garages, a shed, recreation and gardens.
The Oyster Harbour boat ramp is a few minutes’ drive away and for families, Great Southern Grammar and other good schools are within easy reach.
A major supermarket is close by, and town is only 11.5km away.
The rewards are many for those recognising the outstanding prospects this estate presents and the many attractions of Lower King living.

What you need to know:
– 1960s home – upgrade or replace
– Versatile 1098sqm block
– Idyllic spot on edge of rural land, near King River
– Outlook to Gull Rock National Park
– Lounge, games room, meals, kitchen with storeroom
– Three double bedrooms, shower room, laundry
– Separate games room or studio
– Double high-clearance carport
– Land mainly cleared, few native trees, front lawn
– Space for building new home with sheds, garages, gardens
– Tranquil spot overlooks native vegetation
– Easy access to boat ramp, fishing spots, shopping centre
– Great Southern Grammar and other good schools close by
– 11.5km from town
– Council rates $1,838.87
– Water rates $264.35

Located just a few minutes walk from spectacular coastline and enjoying beautiful ocean and bushland views is this freestanding holiday villa in one of the region’s most popular holiday destinations. It is set amongst native gardens and is part of the attractive Cosy Corner Cottages complex offering quality short-term accommodation near safe bathing beaches, excellent fishing and surfing spots, with numerous other tourist attractions close by. This exciting opportunity allows an investor to benefit from the terrific income that this property generates as well as having the luxury of being able to use it for their own holidays for up to three months a year.
The villa is currently enjoying a terrific record of occupancy and producing excellent investment returns of approximately 6.3% per annum (net). With a lot size of 546 sqm, it occupies the largest plot area in the complex, with the exception of the onsite manager’s residence, and has potential for dual vehicle access, which is ideal if entertaining a number of guests or hosting a function and additional parking is required.
Completely self contained and being sold fully furnished (with the exception of linen which is currently leased and professionally laundered), the stylish double brick and Colorbond villa is freestanding and has a carport under the main roof and a very large deck area at the rear, partially undercover, which provides a fantastic area for outdoor barbeques, entertaining and relaxation. Here is the best spot to be wowed by the stunning views of the ocean, surrounding bushland and hinterland beyond. Ocean and/or bushland views can be also be enjoyed from most rooms within the villa, thanks to its private and secluded setting.
Inside, the villa is fully furnished and has modern appliances, and all the crockery, cutlery and bedding are supplied for immediate use.
The large, sun-filled open plan kitchen, dining and living area contains a wood fire as well as reverse cycle air conditioning to keep the home toasty warm on even the chilliest of evenings. The kitchen is full size and includes everything you would expect when staying in a home away from home, such as a full size fridge with freezer, 4 burner gas cooktop, under bench oven, double sink, island bench for extra preparation and storage space, microwave, coffee machine, kettle and toaster.
The spacious main bedroom is light and airy and has a high pitched gable style ceiling, and lots of full wall height windows, allowing the occupants to soak up the surrounding views from within. A deep spa bath is situated alongside where the bed stands in this room, perfect to relax in at the end of the day, and this flows on to the private ensuite that contains a shower, toilet, vanity and storeroom.
Situated in a wing off to the side of the open plan area, the second bedrooms is double sized, has built in robes and has external access. The bathroom, well located between the two bedrooms, has a shower, vanity, toilet, washing machine, clothes dryer and access to another deck area where the clothesline is located.
The unit is immaculately maintained and a management service is available to take care of all bookings and maintenance of units and grounds.
On-site recreation facilities include a tennis court and a games room with table tennis and a pool table, while the diversity of attractions outside the complex makes this a prime spot for exploring this stretch of the south coast.
There’s hang gliding at nearby Shelley Beach, wineries, bush walks, the award-winning The Cape Bar Store Café and store onsite for supplies, meals and bicycle hire, and a variety of galleries and workshops.
While this special retreat enjoys tranquility and privacy, the complex is easily accessible – Albany is 20 minutes by road and Denmark is 30 minutes.
To become an owner of this unique property in one of the region’s most favourite coastal holiday destinations near the fringe of West Cape Howe National Park, please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au before you miss out.

What you need to know:
– Exciting investment opportunity
– Returns of around 6.3% per annum (NET)
– Zone for short-term holiday accommodation
– Good occupancy record and personal use permitted (up to 3 months of the year)
– Management options available, ideal for ‘set and forget’
– In immaculate complex close to beach
– Double brick and Colorbond construction
– Fantastic ocean, bushland and hinterland views
– Fully furnished, linen, crockery and all appliances included
– Open lounge, dining and kitchen
– Rear undercover patio and extended deck area with outdoor setting and barbeque
– Queen-sized main bedroom with spa bath and separate ensuite
– Twin-bedded room with BIR
– Bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet, washing machine and clothes dryer
– Carport under the main roof
– Shared recreation facilities – tennis, table tennis, pool table
– Meters from the local café and store selling food, beverages, including alcohol, and local goods
– Near national park and numerous tourist attractions
– 20 minutes to Albany, 30 minutes to Denmark
– 546 sqm lot size, survey strata title
– City of Albany Rates $1,668.42 per annum
– Strata Levies $4,110.40 per annum (includes building insurance)

Attention investors! Look no further than this exciting opportunity to purchase an exceptional income earning property in one of the south coast region’s most popular holiday locations, producing returns of over 7% net.
This three bedroom, two bathroom modern villa with adjacent carport and paved alfresco patio area is free standing and sits amongst established native gardens in a relaxing coastal location, just a short distance to fantastic beaches for safe swimming, fishing and surfing. It is part of the Cosy Corner Cottages group, a very well maintained and managed short stay holiday accommodation complex. However the zoning permits owners or other occupants to stay in a villa for up to 3 months of the year, so it’s possible you can have the best of both worlds – a holiday home for retreats and a rental income outside of the times you require the property for your personal use.
The property is being sold all fitted out for holiday makers. It’s fully furnished and has modern appliances, including a reverse cycle air conditioner that is only 6 months old, a 65 inch Sony smart TV, DVD player, four burner gas stove top and oven, microwave, full size fridge with freezer, front load washing machine, wall mounted clothes dryer, luxury king size bed in the master bedroom with ensuite, new vertical blinds, and all the cutlery and crockery that guests will need. The furniture and contents are valued at around $20,000 but this is all included in the purchase price.
Angled ceilings in the living and adjoining dining area that is open to the kitchen add to the feeling of light and space in this modern villa.
All three bedrooms have built in robes and carpet for flooring. The king sized master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet and the other two bedrooms both have twin single beds. The second bathroom, with a shower and toilet, is incorporated in to the laundry.
This property is currently managed by Banksia Properties, a local holiday accommodation management provider, who handles all of the bookings, cleaning and servicing for the owner, and up-to-date financial records are available to view, showing the whopping 7+% net return. It’s the perfect “set and forget” arrangement for investors who want to simply sit back and watch their money roll in each month.
This particular property for sale is one of the only two 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom villas built in the entire scheme (with others being 2 bedrooms, with 1 or 2 bathrooms) and is perfect for families or groups wanting to stay under the same roof for their get aways.
Recreational facilities available to all who stay onsite include a tennis court and a games room with table tennis and a pool table. There is even the local Cosy Corner café and store situated just meters away from the door step of the villa for supplies, meals and drinks.
The region is renowned for its spectacular coastline, leisure pursuits, galleries, wineries and bushwalks. With so many scenic and sumptuous attractions close by it’s easy to see why this location is popular with tourists. However, it’s also an attractive destination for nearby locals already living in Albany, Denmark and surrounding townships wanting a ‘weekender’ that is not so far away from home.
To view this amazing investment opportunity or request a copy of the financials, please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au today.

What you need to know:
– Exceptional investment opportunity
– Zone for short-term holiday accommodation
– Terrific occupancy record and excellent investment returns of > 7% net
– In immaculate complex close to beach
– Owner may occupy for up to three months a year
– Fully furnished, crockery, cutlery and all appliances included
– Open plan kitchen, dining and living area that flows on to undercover patio
– Outdoor setting
– King-sized main bedroom with BIR and ensuite
– Two other twin bedrooms with BIR
– Bathroom with shower, vanity, toilet, washing machine & clothes dryer
– Carport under the main roof
– Shared recreation facilities – tennis, table tennis, pool table
– Meters from the local café and store selling food, beverages, including alcohol, and local goods
– Near national park and numerous tourist attractions
– 20 minutes to Albany, 30 minutes to Denmark
– 276 sqm lot size, survey strata title
– City of Albany Rates $1,777.33 per annum
– Strata Levies $3,796.92 per annum (includes building insurance)

You’ll get a lot of property for your money and excellent potential for adding value to your investment if you’re the astute purchaser of this sizeable real estate within walking distance of town.
It consists of a tidy 1940s fibro and tile cottage with terrific views from Mt Clarence to the Porongurups, on a corner block of 994sqm with two-road access.
First home buyers looking for an affordable property to settle into, developers with an eye for a sound financial project and investors recognising the prospect of lucrative rental returns will be attracted to this real estate, which also has potential for subdivision.
The home as it is needs modernisation, but it has a good structure, and original features such as jarrah floorboards and high ceilings work as the basis for a charming character home.
Living areas comprise a lounge and deck at the front and a sunroom at the back. In addition, there are three double bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower, a separate toilet and an updated white kitchen with gas cooking and space for a meals table.
Adjoining the house is a fenced area for kids’ playtime, and beyond that, a single garage in a separate rear section.
The block is a major drawcard as there’s enough land for building a serious trades shed and still having ample space for recreation, chooks, veggies and fruit trees. It also lends itself to subdivision or development of multiple homes, the easy access from a driveway on the side road being a real bonus.
Another plus is the location only 1.5km from town and within easy reach of schools, eateries and entertainment. For investors, this tenant-friendly aspect promotes good rental returns – the property is leased until July 2022 at $315 a week.
For developers, leasing the house during the planning phase would bring additional financial benefits.

What you need to know:
– Fibro and tile home
– Corner 994sqm block with two-road access
– Suit first home buyers, developers, investors
– Subdivision potential
– Terrific outlook from front of home
– Lounge, sunroom, front deck
– Three double bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath and shower, laundry, separate toilet
– Space for building a big shed
– 1.5km from town
– Leased until July 2022 at $315 a week
– Council rates $1,808.21
– Water rates $1,463.12

Here’s a property to get excited about if you’re a first home buyer, rental investor or developer looking for substantial real estate with the bonus of an excellent location and bargain price.
Less than 1.5km from town, it’s a 1940s fibro and tile cottage on a 1165sqm block offering several options for adding value.
Buyers may choose to live in the home and improve the site to suit their own needs or, with appropriate local authority permissions, replace it and develop the land, or subdivide and capitalise.
The home is tidy and structurally sound, but would benefit from a makeover. It has undergone some modernisation in recent years, though it still displays original features such as timber windows and high ceilings. Timber floorboards under the carpets could be revealed and polished.
It occupies an elevated site from where it takes in a lovely outlook from the Porongurups to the hills of Gull Rock National Park and around to Mt Clarence from the comfy lounge and front deck.
The rest of the home comprises four double bedrooms, a white kitchen with gas cooking and space for a meals table, the bathroom with bath and shower, a separate toilet, laundry and utility area at the back door.
There’s a single garage at the side and plenty of off-road parking. The grassy block is in two sections – an enclosed area next to the house for children and pets to play safely and another fenced area beyond, an ideal site for a big shed.
First home buyers might choose to do up the home while living in it and enjoying the advantages of the big block as well as the easy access to schools, town and the coast.
With the location’s appeal to tenants, investors would enjoy potential for good rental returns, while developers could rent out the home pending applications. It is currently leased until November 2022 at $345 a week.
This is a rare opportunity for far-sighted buyers to reap the rewards of a well-priced property with outstanding prospects.

What you need to know:
– 1940s fibro and tile home
– 1165sqm block
– 1.5km from Albany’s CBD
– Suit first home buyer, investor or developer
– Ideal for renovating, leasing out or replacing
– Original high ceilings, timber features
– Outlook to, Gull Rock, Mt Clarence
– Front deck
– Lounge
– White kitchen with meals area
– Four double bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath, shower, basin
– Separate toilet
– Utility area
– Grassy block in two sections at rear
– Single garage
– Leased until November 2022 at $345 a week
– Council rates $1,808.21
– Water rates $1,463.12

Leaving the city behind in favour of a new lifestyle with the focus on privacy, natural surroundings and amazing views is within your grasp if you secure this outstanding building block in Bayonet Head.
At the same time, you wouldn’t have to sacrifice easy access to the city – it’s only a 12-minute drive away but feels a million miles from the leafy enclave of this beautiful 1675sqm estate.
Building a two-storey home on a select vantage point near the top of the sloping block would make the most of the 180-degree outlook from Oyster Harbour and the Emu Point boat pens, over hectares of bushland to Mounts Adelaide, Clarence and Melville.
The block itself has scheme water, deep sewerage and power ready for connection. The land slopes down from the road and is cleared near the top, with some native trees retained for character on the lower reaches.
Building a timber-style or pole home would reflect the idyllic natural setting and provide the privileged owners with a standpoint to take full advantage of the views through an inspired layout. A design with living and entertaining areas at the back would make the most of the outlook and create a home to enjoy every day.
The owners would also be protected by the building requirements of the site’s Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) of 19, promoting confidence that the property could withstand fires through judicious design and building materials.
The quality of neighbouring properties shows the prospects for this block, which is a generously sized holding with plenty of scope for building sheds and garages, located near the end of a short cul-de-sac.
Good schools, excellent fishing spots, the boat ramp and golf course are within easy reach of this property, and a major supermarket is a short drive down the road.
Discerning home builders seeking a tree change or manageable lifestyle property will appreciate the possibilities this site offers.

What you need to know:
– 1675sqm residential building lot
– Amazing 180-degree views over harbour, bushland and towards city
– Block slopes down from road – suit pole home or timber-style design
– Mostly cleared, some native trees near bottom
– Private
– Deep sewerage, scheme water, power ready
– Quality neighbourhood of similar blocks
– Near end of cul-de-sac
– Few minutes to good schools, fishing spots, boat ramp, golf course, supermarket
– Suit treechange or lifestyle buyer
– Council rates $1,211.00

When the time comes to move from the family nest to a more manageable home, the main considerations for most couples and singles are security, privacy and easy living.
You get all these in abundance at this appealing over-55s and/or retirees unit, just five minutes’ drive from town and even closer to a shopping centre, medical facilities and a fuel outlet.
It’s priced to have wide appeal with retirees, and the three bedrooms are sure to come in handy when family members come to stay.
The beautifully presented double brick and tile unit is tucked away within a gated complex and has a garage at the rear with a remote controlled automatic door for ease of entry. There is also gates to the yard for stowing the trailer or a second car.
It’s inside, though, that this place shines. It has recently been repainted all throughout and new floor coverings, including carpet in the bedrooms and wood look vinyl in the kitchen, dining and living area, have just been laid.
From the garage there is direct access to a built in storeroom under the main roof, ideal for hiding away the gardening equipment and golf clubs, and also to the laundry at the rear of the home. Beyond the laundry is access to the open plan living and dining area, which is a light and inviting space with a ceiling fan and reverse cycle air conditioning fitted for all year comfort. There is also a bayonet for gas heating if preferred. A sliding glass door to one side leads out to a brick paved courtyard with a garden bed on the outer perimeter screening the recently installed new Colorbond boundary fencing. Part of this outdoor space is undercover and has roll down blinds to shelter from any rain or breeze, making it a very versatile area that can be used throughout all seasons.
Back inside, the kitchen adjoins and overlooks the living and dining area, as well as the yard and outdoor entertaining area. Fitted with classic cream cabinetry the kitchen is a pleasant workspace and has a wall oven, four burner gas cook top with overhead exhaust, double sink and space for the fridge-freezer pigeon pair.
Around the corner is a hallway to the three bedrooms, two of which are doubles with mirrored built-in robes and the other a good-sized single. A reverse cycle air conditioner is fitted in the largest of the 3 bedrooms and two have ceiling fans.
There’s a bath as well as a walk-in shower in the bathroom, both with grab rails fitted for independent living, and everything is in great repair in this naturally well-lit space. The separate toilet is adjacent to the bathroom.
Storage is taken care of with a cupboard in the hallway and another in the laundry – in addition to the lockable outdoor storage room off the garage.
All tiling, carpets, vinyl flooring and décor are in great shape, security screens are fitted to all doors and windows, and the unit is ready to move in to and enjoy. Another big plus is that the exterior of the building is maintained by the strata company (body corporate) so you don’t have to worry about dealing with contractors over annoying repairs to the external surfaces, in most cases. The garden and hard surfaces immediately around the outside of the unit are part of what is included with the sale of the building but have been thoughtfully designed for easy maintenance.
With no neighbour on one side, this home unit is a peaceful retreat to come home to. It also sits opposite a lovely garden area, consisting mainly of established natives, that is maintained by the strata company. A small table and chairs are present so residents and visitors can sit and enjoy the birdlife and tranquil ambience when it suits.
The complex overall is nicely landscaped and well looked after, and this would be a place you’d be proud to call home.
Discover the many advantages of this lovely property with Lee Stonell by contacting her on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– Attractive double brick and tile over-55s and/or retirees unit
– Private – tucked away at end of a gated complex, only one immediate neighbour
– Open lounge and dining area with air conditioning, ceiling fan and gas bayonet
– Attractive kitchen with wall oven, gas cook top, double sink and space for fridge and freezer pair
– Three bedrooms – two doubles with mirrored door built-in robes
– Reverse cycle air conditioner in main bedroom, ceiling fans in two bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Linen and storage cupboard
– Outdoor storeroom under the main roof
– Garage with remote controlled auto door and gate to yard for second car
– Brand new carpets and vinyl flooring and freshly repainted inside
– Security screens at all doors and windows
– Five minutes’ drive to town
– Close to shopping centre, medical facilities, fuel outlet
– Council rates $1,989.67 per annum
– Water rates $1,463.12per annum
– Strata levies $1,711.88 per annum (includes building insurance and maintenance of external surfaces)

From the big, open living area and fabulous rear deck to the family-friendly location and the amazing sunrises, there are so many reasons for checking out this impressive home.
It occupies an 804sqm block, with a lovely outlook to the hills of Gull Rock National Park from rooms at the back, and plenty of play space for kids, both inside and out.
An appealing first impression is created though the oversized cream bricks, smart blue Colorbond roof, front portico and wide frontage.
The front door opens onto a generous, zoned living room – the family area, lounge, play or study space, and the dining room, all air conditioned for comfort and convenience.
Tucked around the corner is the attractive kitchen with a pantry, gas cooking, wall oven and ample cabinetry, including overheads.
At the back is the terrific deck. A gable-roofed section has pull-down shade blinds for protection from the weather while entertaining, and the adjoining open area is perfect for playing or relaxing in the sun.
A hallway off the living room leads to the three carpeted bedrooms. The queen-sized master has a walk-in robe, glass doors onto the deck and access to the semi-en suite bathroom, complete with spa bath, double shower, vanity and toilet. There’s a second toilet off the nearby laundry, which has a linen press and built-in cabinetry.
Both of the other bedrooms are doubles and one has a built-in robe.
The outdoors holds an equal attraction for families, with a big back lawn for the kids to play on and a two-bay, freestanding, Colorbond shed with a carport or workshop at the side. With power connected, the shed is reached via a driveway past the house, where there’s additional parking for several vehicles.
There’s also a long, sheltered chook run and beds for growing veggies and herbs.
For those who love fishing and sailing, these are close by, and there’s easy access to good schools.
It’s 12 minutes from the centre of town, making this home a winner for families, while its wide appeal will also enhance its attraction to investors. To arrange an inspection of this fantastic property, please don’t delay in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond family home
– 804sqm block, connected to deep sewerage
– View over Oyster Harbour to Gull Rock National Park
– Air-conditioned open family room, dining area, study or activity area
– Kitchen with pantry, gas cooking, wall oven
– Deck with gable-roofed area and shade blinds
– Queen-sized master bedroom with walk-in robe
– Two double bedrooms
– Semi-en suite bathroom with spa bath, double shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry and second toilet
– Freestanding double-bay shed and single carport, with power and lights
– Lawns, chook run, ample parking space
– Council rates $2,192.75 per annum
– Water rates $1,463.12 per annum

Heaps of play space for the kids, ample parking for big vehicles and family amenities nearby can all be ticked off your wish list at this impressive property.
It’s an attractive brick and Zincalume home on a terrific 1761sqm block with a triple-bay garage-workshop and vehicular access to the back yard for parking the caravan or truck.
Seven minutes’ drive from town and directly behind the grounds of the high school and TAFE, the property is close to a major supermarket, liquor store and fuel outlet.
Through the front door is the spacious open living area consisting of the family room and dining space, all warmed by a big wood fire. On one side is the generous kitchen with gas cooking, a pantry and breakfast bar.
An outdoor living area is just outside glass doors from the dining area. This wide, fenced veranda running the length of the house is perfect for entertaining or barbies.
A hallway leads to the four bedrooms. The family bedrooms are doubles and the master is a queen-sized room with a walk-in robe and semi-en suite access to the bathroom, complete with a corner spa bath with shower over, toilet and vanity. There’s a second toilet off the laundry.
Carpets, décor, tiling and window treatments are all in good order.
Adjoining the house is a grassy, fenced area of the back yard, a safe play space for small children and pets. Beyond that is the gated main part of the yard, with the powered garage-workshop and enough land for building a chook run and planting veggies and fruit trees.
Further parking is at the front, where a circular driveway ensures easy access and gates on either side of the house open onto the yard.
The property offers plenty of scope for tradies or DIY enthusiasts to install their gear as well as healthy outdoor space for kids to work off their energy – an active family’s dream!

What you need to know:
– Brick and Zincalume home
– 1761sqm block
– Triple-bay, powered garage-workshop
– Open living room with wood fire
– Kitchen with pantry, gas cooking, breakfast bar
– Wide, enclosed veranda for outdoor entertaining
– Master bedroom with walk-in robe
– Semi-en suite bathroom with spa bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry and second toilet
– Three family bedrooms, two with robes
– Space for parking truck, caravan
– Fenced area of yard for children, pets
– Build chook run, plant veggies and fruit trees
– Opposite grounds of NASHS and TAFE
– Near supermarket, liquor, fuel
– Council rates $2,231.13
– Water rates – $264.35

Everything about this lovely home is family friendly – from the choice of indoor and outdoor living spaces to the grassy play areas on the 809sqm block.
It’s an appealing brick and tile home, well located for fishing and boating and within a few minutes’ drive of good schools and shops.
It sits amid attractive gardens of lawns and mulched garden beds, behind a screen of native bottlebrushes and peppermints, and in a terrific neighbourhood.
A practical layout enhances the comfort of this home inside, where an air-conditioned open living area of a family room and dining space is at its heart.
There’s also a generous lounge and an impressive gable-roofed, paved patio with a water feature and ample space for big family barbies.
All ready for cooking up a storm is the sizeable kitchen, complete with good cabinetry, a corner pantry, dishwasher, gas cook-top and breakfast bar.
An ensuite shower room with vanity and toilet and a walk-in robe feature in the queen-sized master bedroom, which also has a ceiling fan. It is sited well away from the kids’ bedrooms at the back, all of which have built-in robes, and the main bathroom with a bath, shower and vanity.
Hardwearing ceramic floor tiles flow throughout the open living space and hallways, while the bedrooms and lounge are carpeted, and attractive décor adds a stylish finishing touch.
The enclosed backyard is a kids’ & pets haven, with lawns on two levels, a cubby, sandpit and even a house for the rabbit. Two garden sheds provide plenty of space for tools and garden gear.
In addition to the carport, there’s a gate to the rear for secure parking of the trailer or dinghy, and plenty more off-road parking besides.
This is a comfortable, inviting home, which has been well maintained and is sure to delight all members of the family.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile family home
– 809sqm block
– Air-conditioned, open family room and dining space
– Separate lounge
– Generous gable-roofed patio
– Kitchen with pantry, dishwasher, breakfast bar
– Queen-sized master bedroom with ensuite shower room, walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Good flooring, attractive décor
– Enclosed backyard with lawns
– Cubby, sandpit, rabbit house, two garden sheds
– Backyard access for trailer or dinghy
– Carport
– Ample off-road parking
– Near fishing, boating, swimming
– Short drive to shops, good schools
– Council rates $2,301.63
– Water rates $264.35