Here’s a brilliant starter property or rental earner in a great location for families.
With the original polished jarrah floorboards in most rooms, high ceilings and renovations already done to the kitchen, laundry and bathroom, it’s a mid-century charmer ready to enjoy.
A fibro and Colorbond cottage on a 660sqm block, it is priced for buyers on a budget to move into without anything to do but stamp their personality on the place.
The layout provides some versatility, with an extension to the original building housing a family area that could be used for games or hobbies.
The front door opens into the lounge. This air-conditioned room has windows on two sides and an open fireplace, which could have a tile fire installed for cosy winters.
Then at the rear, there’s a covered, paved patio for family barbies.
Centrally located, the kitchen is a great workspace with white cabinetry and attractive tiling in an on-trend latte colour, a dishwasher and electric cooking.
Modern cabinetry and tiling also feature in the bathroom with walk-in shower and vanity, the laundry and the separate toilet.
The main bedroom at the front is a king-sized room with an adjoining sleepout that could be used as a dressing room or nursery. One of the others is a double and the third a good-sized single in the newer part of the house.
Lawns at the front and back allow lots of space for the kids to play, and a driveway at the side leads through gates to the back yard, where there’s a freestanding single garage and secure parking for the trailer. For guest cars, there’s plenty of off-road parking at the front.
Schools, TAFE, a major supermarket, the cinema and pharmacy are within walking distance and town is five minutes’ drive away, adding to this property’s appeal for owner-occupiers or tenants.

What you need to know:
– Charming character cottage
– Polished jarrah floors, high ceilings
– Stylishly renovated kitchen, bathroom, laundry, toilet
– Lounge with open fireplace, air-conditioning
– Family room or games room
– Paved rear patio
– King-sized master bedroom with dressing room or nursery adjoining
– One double bedroom; one good-sized single
– 660sqm block, lawns front and back
– Freestanding garage
– Backyard access for trailer, caravan
– Good off-road parking
– Priced for budget buyers and rental investors
– Close to NASHS, TAFE, supermarket, pharmacy, cinema
– Five-minute drive to town
– Council rates $1,772.80
– Water rates $1,463.15

An inspired design, superior appointments and classy finishing characterise this impressive residence just five minutes’ walk from town.

In a private, gated complex, the two-storey town house is at the end of a row, where it occupies an easy-care strata site with enclosed, paved courtyards and seating nooks sheltered by native trees and shrubs.

Inside, it has undergone a stylish renovation incorporating high-quality materials, flooring, window treatments and appliances, and presents as an inviting, supremely comfortable, modern home to delight discerning buyers.

The main focus is a generous open living room fitted with beautiful timber flooring and comprising an air-conditioned lounge and dining space. This sunny area has glass doors on two walls and a towering ceiling up to the roofline enhancing the feeling of airiness and adding a contemporary aspect.

On one side is the outstanding new kitchen. Charcoal granite benchtops, sleek ivory cabinetry, an induction cooktop and dishwasher are all there, while the adjoining butler’s pantry with similar storage cabinetry and space for laundry appliances is a clever and practical adaptation of the former laundry.

At the front is the second bedroom with access to the lower floor semi-en suite, while the king-sized master suite upstairs has its own shower room and toilet, and an outlook to Mt Melville.

Also on the upper storey is a mezzanine area overlooking the living space. This could be used as an office, study or library, and the installation of a sofa-bed could transform it into an occasional guest bedroom.

Both bedrooms, the stairs and the office are fitted with plush new carpet, complemented by tasteful décor in neutral tones with contrasting feature walls from a modern palette, and almost all windows are tinted.

There’s also a linen press and storeroom upstairs, under-stairs storage and outside, a powered workshop area and toolshed.

Presentation of this lovely home is exemplary inside and out, and it’s packed with well-considered extras for comfort, security and luxury – including light dimmer switches and lots of power points.

There’s a double garage at the rear and guest parking near the front door.
When you’re not relaxing or entertaining in style at home, shops and cafés are within easy walking distance.

What you need to know:
– Two-storey townhouse
– High-quality renovation – superior appointments and finishing
– In private, gated complex
– Generous, air-conditioned open lounge and dining area
– Classy new kitchen – granite benches, dishwasher, induction cooktop, butler’s pantry
– Master bedroom with en suite
– Second bedroom with semi-en suite
– Mezzanine office, study or guest bedroom
– Timber floors, plush carpets, classy décor, excellent presentation
– Good storage
– Private courtyards
– Double garage, guest parking
– Toolshed, powered workshop
– Packed with extras
– Council rates $2,307.64
– Water rates $1,463.15
– Strata fees $1,652.00

You would never tire of the panoramic views from almost every room of this outstanding home if you were the privileged new owner.
It captures a sensational vista over Lake Vancouver, Princess Royal Harbour, Albany port, the city lights and the Southern Ocean.
In the beautiful coastal enclave of Goode Beach, the substantial two-storey brick and tile home is perched high on its elevated block of 1,470sqm and was designed to maximise the outlook from the main living area, master bedroom, kitchen, dining and balcony on the upper floor.
A timber staircase in the wide entrance hallway leads up to reveal a bright, sunny open space incorporating the generous lounge and dining area, warmed by a big wood fire.
At one end, sharing the view, is the sizeable kitchen with a walk-in pantry, wall oven and gas cooktop.
Glazed all along the view side, the comfortable, welcoming living room also accesses a big front balcony, with zones for dining or lounging while gazing out to waves lapping on the shore below, ships moving in to harbour and whales frolicking in the bay.
For another outdoor living option, there’s a sheltered, paved area at the back, where a backdrop of natural bush with grass trees, gums and peppermints attracts an abundance of native birdlife.
Also enjoying the outlook on the upper floor is the king-sized master bedroom, with his and hers built-in robes and access to the adjacent bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity and toilet.
The other three bedrooms, two of which are queen sized with built-in robes, are on the lower floor, where they share a shower room and separate toilet – and the view.
Also on this level is a handy storeroom or workshop.
There’s internal access to the double garage, with a carport at the side, plenty of turning space and off-road parking for more vehicles.
Within a 10-minute walk, you could be taking a dip in the crystal waters of Goode Beach, or enjoying one of the many walk trails through the bush or along the coast.
The Goode Beach lifestyle is one many people covet, and this thoroughly impressive property, which embodies an inspiring combination of stylish home and magic location, is sure to have wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– Two-storey brick and tile home
– Elevated 1,470sqm block
– Sensational views over lake, coast, harbour, port, town and Southern Ocean
– Sunny open living area – lounge, dining space with big wood fire
– Front balcony; rear courtyard
– Generous kitchen with walk-in pantry
– King-sized master bedroom with two built-in robes and adjoining bathroom
– Three family bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Shower room
– Laundry
– Three toilets
– Storage room/workshop
– Double garage with direct access
– Carport
– Extra parking and turning space
– Near beach, coastal paths, bush walk
– School bus to Albany
– Council rates $2,340.55
– Water rates $264.36

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 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 seniors, and the three bedrooms are sure to come in handy when family members come to stay.
The beautifully presented brick and tile unit is tucked away at the end of a gated complex with a garage at the back and gates to the yard for stowing the trailer or a small second car.
It’s inside, though, that this place shines.
Double glazed doors lead into the comfortable, open living area, which comprises the carpeted lounge and dining space, with a ceiling fan and a corner wood fire, and the kitchen to one side.
In summer, the enclosed courtyard will be a top spot for barbecues and a glass of chilled white.
With cabinetry in pastel mint green, the kitchen is a pleasant workspace overlooking the living area and has a wall oven and space for the fridge-freezer pigeon pair.
Around the corner is a hallway to the three bedrooms, two of which are doubles with built-in robes and the other a good-sized single.
There’s a bath as well as a walk-in shower in the bathroom.
Storage is taken care of with a cupboard in the hallway, another in the laundry and a lockable outdoor shed under the main roof, perfect for keeping the golf clubs and garden tools – though the garden is designed for easy maintenance.
All tiling, carpets and décor are in great shape, security screens are fitted to all doors, and the unit is ready to move in to and enjoy.
The complex 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

What you need to know:
– Attractive brick and tile over-55s unit
– Private – tucked away at end of gated complex
– Open lounge and dining area with wood fire and gas bayonet for heater
– Attractive kitchen with wall oven, space for fridge and freezer
– Three bedrooms – two doubles with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Linen and storage cupboard
– Outdoor storeroom
– Garage and gate to yard for second car
– Good carpets, décor, tiling, window treatments – all ready to go
– Security screens at all doors
– Five minutes’ drive to town
– Close to shopping centre, medical facilities, fuel outlet
– Council rates
– Attractive, easy-care over-55s unit
– Open living with wood fire, nice kitchen
– Garage, second car space, good storage
– Gated private complex, security doors
– 5 mins to town, near shops, fuel
– Council rates $1,951.08 pa
– Water rates $1,463.15 pa
– Strata Levies $1,586.88 pa

Here’s your chance to be part of a new, modern community within easy distance of all family and recreational amenities and just 12 minutes from town.

The designers of this appealing home had a rethink on the traditional modern layout and added a new angle to enhance everyday living and entertaining.

Everything owners expect in a new home are here – the comfortable indoor and outdoor living areas, spacious bedrooms and plenty of parking. But this home boasts numerous extras to please discerning buyers looking for a well-appointed property in an affordable price bracket.

Built of brick and Colorbond, the attractive home sits on a 705sqm block with a carport adjoining and backyard access to a freestanding Colorbond shed of about 5m x 7m.

The main open living space comprises the air-conditioned family room, dining area and well-appointed corner kitchen. This is a sunny, inviting room with sunlight flooding in from two sides and neutral-coloured ceramic floor tiles. Opposite the kitchen, double doors open onto a carpeted lounge, offering another option for family members to find their own space or gather for playtime or TV.

Double glazed doors from the dining area open onto an extensive gable-roofed patio in the fenced yard, where there’s also a rainwater tank, sandpit and veggie patch.
Back inside, the kitchen is fitted with smart latte-coloured cabinetry and has a dishwasher, walk-in pantry, gas cooking, wall oven and island bench.

The kids’ zone at the front consists of two double bedrooms with carpet and built-in robes, reached via a wide hallway with a study nook and access to the bathroom with bath and walk-in shower, the separate toilet and the laundry.

At the back, well away from the kids’ bedrooms, is the queen-sized master suite. This has a shower room with vanity and toilet and a walk-in robe.

There’s space for the caravan and trailer, and if you have a dinghy, the boat ramp to Oyster Harbour is a short drive away.

A park is close by, and schools, shops, fishing spots and bush walks are all within easy reach of this neatly presented, versatile property.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 705sqm block
– Air-conditioned open family room and dining area
– Carpeted lounge or theatre room
– Extensive gable-roofed patio
– Kitchen with latte cabinetry, walk-in pantry, dishwasher
– Master suite with shower room and walk-in robe
– Two double family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Study nook
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Carport
– Freestanding Colorbond shed with roller door
– Backyard access for caravan, trailer, dinghy
– Close to Oyster Harbour boat launch, fishing, swimming, parkland
– Easy access to schools, shops, 12 mins to town
– Council rates $2,286.91
– Water rates $1,463.15

Breathtaking ocean views and the beautiful Middleton Beach within a few minutes’ walk top a list of desirable features this outstanding property offers.
The appealing character cottage in Sussex Street offers numerous options for the new owners, who may decide to renovate and extend it, replace it with two town houses – both with views – or build one grand home.
There’s also the possibility for out-of-towners to use it as a beach house. Then again, the owners could rent it out while they decide on their next move – or design their construction project.
From the rear, the outlook to Middleton Bay, Michaelmas Island and Gull Rock National Park is sensational just as it is, though it could really be exploited with a well-designed makeover or new build.
Over the years, the cottage has undergone modernisation, yet it has retained some original features such as timber sash windows and an open fireplace in the main bedroom.
At the front is a comfy lounge with air-conditioning and an adjoining second sitting area, which could double as a guest bedroom.
Next is a big, open country-style kitchen with space for a dining table and a share of the outlook.
A bathroom with a bath, walk-in shower, vanity and toilet, and a second double bedroom complete the picture indoors.
There’s a garage on the 792sqm block, and the house is tucked away behind native vegetation and a U-shaped driveway for privacy.
On the view side is a sizeable deck, a favourite spot where you’d never tire of gazing at ships and whales in the bay and watching vibrant parrots feeding from the native trees in the yard while bandicoots forage in the undergrowth.
It’s idyllic – and it could be yours to enjoy as you wish, with town a short drive away and eateries, walk tracks, parkland and recreation areas almost on the doorstep.
This is an opportunity to secure versatile real estate in a prestigious location, and significantly increase its value while making the most of the magnificent views.

What you need to know:
– Middleton Beach character cottage
– Sensational views to Middleton Bay, Michaelmas Island, Gull Rock National Park
– 792sqm block
– Options to renovate, replace with one home or two town houses – rent out while planning or use as beach house
– Air-conditioned lounge
– Big country kitchen with space for dining
– Rear deck takes in views
– Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin, toilet
– Two double bedrooms – master with open fireplace
– Garage and U-shaped driveway
– Easy-care gardens with native trees, birdlife
– 1km to coast, near tourist precinct, eateries, parkland, bowls, walk tracks
– Short drive to town
– Council rates $2,010.50
– Water rates $1,463.15

You could look forward to cosy, toasty winters and cool, breezy summers if you were the fortunate new owner of this attractive, centrally located and well-priced home.
Built of brick and tile, it’s in great shape and enjoys a lovely green outlook over Yakamia valley towards bush and pastoral land at Lange.
The 893sqm block slopes down from the road, so it’s nice and private with a fenced back yard, which is mostly in lawn with a few mature peppermints and bottlebrushes.
An open living area is the main focus. This has zones for relaxing, dining and playing, and a centrally positioned wood fire as well as air conditioning. Glass doors open onto a sheltered patio, perfect for lazy weekend brunches and family barbies any night of the week.
Next to the dining area is the kitchen, with ivory cabinetry and charcoal benchtops, gas cooking, and a share of the view from the corner window over the sink.
This entire living space is fitted with freshly laid, new timber-look vinyl flooring, which is both practical and stylish, while décor is clean and neutral throughout.
The three bedrooms – all doubles with new carpet and built-in robes – are at the front of the house. A semi-en suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and vanity, is accessed from the master bedroom and the hallway, and nearby are the laundry and toilet.
There’s plenty of parking with a freestanding, lockup garage in the back yard and a carport adjoining the house as well as off-road spaces for guest vehicles.
Its location is another major drawcard of this property for occupants of all ages.
Everything is within easy reach. It’s close to a shopping centre with a supermarket and liquor, medical facilities and a primary school. High schools are within cycling distance, and the centre of town is only 3km away.
Not only that, within a few minutes of leaving home, you could be taking a dip at Middleton Beach or indulging your passion for golf, bowls or footie.
With so much on offer, this property will have wide appeal with owner-occupiers and rental investors looking for a gem that’s already polished. Don’t hesitate in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or to arrange an inspection before you miss out.

What you need to know:

– Attractive brick and tile home
– 893sqm block, low-maintenance gardens
– Private, with lovely rural views
– Open family area and dining room
– Wood fire and air conditioning
– New timber-look vinyl flooring, new carpets
– Undercover rear patio
– Smart ivory kitchen with charcoal benchtops and gas cooking
– Three double bedrooms with robes
– Semi-en suite bathroom
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Good blinds, clean decor
– Freestanding lockup garage
– Carport adjoining house
– Extra guest parking
– Close to shops, primary school, medical facilities
– 3km from town, high school
– Few minutes to beach, sports clubs
– Council rates $2,129.36
– Water rates $1,463.15

This outstanding holiday unit offers the potential for very good short-stay rental returns, and owners living out of town would have the added bonus of their own holiday accommodation for up to three months a year.
Part of a quality, established complex strategically located 2km from Albany’s CBD and within easy reach of all tourist attractions, the brick and Colorbond unit is being sold fully furnished and equipped, and shows a sound letting history.
Inside, all furnishing and appointments are modern and in excellent order, with stylish vinyl plank flooring in the living rooms, carpeted bedrooms and smart tiling, décor and window treatments.
Glass doors lead into the open living space. At one end is the comfortable lounge with a leather sofa, TV, air conditioning and ceiling fan, then the dining area with a family setting and a full-length window adding to the sunny ambience.
At the far end is the good-sized kitchen equipped with a fridge, microwave and gas cooking as well as all cookware, crockery and utensils. The living, dining and kitchen areas all have a northerly aspect and enjoy lots of natural light.
A hallway leads to the two double bedrooms, both with built-in robes and drawers, and one with a TV. Between them is a sizeable wet room with a walk-in shower, toilet, vanity and laundry equipment.
The unit has its own carport at the side and there’s ample visitor parking a few metres away at the front of the complex.
An on-site restaurant and a communal barbecue area are other facilities for the convenience of the occupants.
Part of a well-managed complex, this unit is sure to attract a wide scope of investors recognising this rewarding opportunity with minimal owner effort.
To discuss this unique investment opportunity or to arrange an inspection, do not hesitate in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or

What you need to know:
– Short-stay accommodation unit
– Excellent investment proposition
– Owners may use for up to three months a year
– Smart, well-established complex 2km from CBD
– Easy access to tourist attractions and facilities
– Brick and Colorbond construction
– Renovated kitchen and bathroom
– Fully furnished and equipped – all in excellent condition
– Air-conditioned open lounge, dining area and kitchen
– Gas cooking, microwave, fridge, cookware, crockery and utensils
– Two double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bedroom with TV
– Wet room with shower, toilet, vanity and laundry equipment
– Vinyl plank flooring in main area; carpets in bedrooms
– Stylish tiling, décor, window treatments
– Front veranda
– Carport and additional parking nearby
– Onsite barbecue and restaurant
– Council Rates $1,191.00
– Water Rates $1,463.15
– Strata Levies $1,093.68

Security, privacy and peace of mind would be yours if you chose to make your new home at this neat-as-a-pin unit just four minutes’ drive from the centre of Albany.
Everything is in apple-pie order, so you could just nestle in and enjoy a carefree lifestyle from day one.
Perfect for singles or couples who appreciate having others close by without sacrificing their own space, the freestanding brick and tile unit is one of only eight in the attractive, quiet complex, each well separated from its neighbours.
It sits in gardens of neatly trimmed shrubs and native bushes, though there’s enough land on the 347sqm strata titled lot for green-thumbed owners to also indulge their passion and grow veggies, herbs and cottage plants instead.
Smartly presented from the front, the home is a real treat once you step inside.
The main entrance opens onto a cosy lounge with air conditioning and a full-length window to let in plenty of sunlight and a lovely outlook – it’s facing east, so you could see beautiful sunrises over Gull Rock National Park.
The lounge flows through to the adjoining dining area, big enough for entertaining dinner guests, and then the pleasant kitchen, with a pantry and gas cooking.
Towards the back of the home are the two double bedrooms, both with built-in robes, the laundry, shower room with vanity and the separate toilet.
Plush new carpet is fitted in the lounge, dining room, bedrooms and hallway, there are vertical blinds at most windows – as well as classy shutters on the toilet window – and the décor is neutral and clean. Security screens are fitted at both front and back doors.
There’s a carport under the main roof (which could potentially have a garage door fitted with the approval of the council of owners) as well as extra parking space for guest cars, and a handy outdoor storage shed for stowing golf clubs and garden tools.
Only about 2½ km from town, the home is also about the same distance from other shopping centres with major supermarkets and even closer to vital amenities such as a doctors’ surgery, pharmacy, liquor store and fuel outlet – there’s even a bus stop one property up the road!
If you’re in the market for a manageable home and gardens, this one is a ‘must see’.

What you need to know:
– Brick veneer and tile unit on 347sqm
– Attractive complex of eight well-spaced homes
– Air-conditioned lounge
– Dining room
– Kitchen with pantry, gas cooking
– Two double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Shower room with vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Plush new carpets in lounge, dining, bedrooms, hallway
– Good blinds, tiling, clean décor
– Carport plus extra parking space
– Outdoor storage shed
– 2½ km from town
– Easy access to doctors, pharmacy, supermarkets, fuel, liquor
– Manageable home for couples, singles, seniors
– Council rates $1,568.11
– Water rates $1,463.15

Comfortable, fresh and surprisingly spacious, this appealing unit is an excellent buy for first home owners or downsizers.

The location couldn’t be more convenient – it’s less than 100 metres from a shopping centre, supermarket, fuel outlet, liquor store, primary school – and the gym. On top of that, the city centre is within a couple of minutes’ drive, and two high schools are a bike ride away.

But it’s not all about location where this home is concerned. This fully renovated unit boasts a brand new kitchen and bathroom, new flooring and has fresh décor throughout. All you need to do is move in!

One standout room is the beautifully renovated laundry, complete with modern tiling and cabinetry, and an adjoining toilet.

A gable-roofed car port at the front provides sheltered access to the front door, which opens directly onto the living room. This spacious area with full-length windows letting in plenty of light comprises a carpeted lounge and dining space, and the kitchen, with a gas cooker, neat cabinetry and a breakfast bar.

Sliding glass doors lead out to the generous back yard, fenced for privacy and mostly in lawn with raised garden beds. A major attraction here is the sizeable undercover, paved patio. With space for a big outdoor setting, this will be a favourite spot for summer brunches or barbecues.

Also accessed in the back yard is a handy lockable storage shed big enough for bikes and golf clubs and with built-in shelving.

Of the three double bedrooms, two have built-in robes, and the bathroom has a shower and vanity.

This brick and tile property will appeal to couples or small families, as well as for seniors with visiting grandchildren.

It would be an ideal lock-and-leave, with extra parking space for the caravan while the owners were at home, and security screens at the front and back doors for peace of mind while they were away.

It’s also easy to maintain, with everything done to make the new occupants feel at home from day one, and at an affordable price for home owners or rental investors looking for a solid property for the portfolio.

What you need to know:

– Brick and tile home on 427sqm
– Spacious, open lounge and dining room
– Kitchen with gas cooker and breakfast bar
– Three double bedrooms, two with BIRs
– Bathroom with shower and vanity
– Updated air conditioning, hot water system, bedroom carpets
– Fresh décor throughout
– Generous undercover, paved patio
– Private, fenced back yard with lawn and raised garden beds
– Outdoor storage shed as part of main building
– Covered carport and additional parking for second car or caravan
– Security screens to front and back doors
– Central location, metres from supermarket, shopping centre, liquor store, 24-hour fuel outlet, gym
– Walk to primary school, bike ride from high schools
– Ideal lock-and-leave
– Council rates $1,921.37
– Water rates $1,463.15

Warm, welcoming, spacious and versatile, this beautiful home rewards the owners with a lifestyle many would envy.

In a picturesque leafy setting on a corner block of 806sqm, the commanding main home is complemented by two freestanding Colorbond buildings – a double garage and an impressive 8m x 6m studio.

Sited away from the main house, the carpeted studio has its own access as well as a reverse cycle air conditioner, sink and toilet.

Having undergone a previous high-quality renovation, the substantial split level two-storey brick and tile home is modern and stylish.

The main living area is an open space combining the lounge, dining area and impressive new kitchen fitted with classy cabinetry and stone benchtops, a dishwasher, five-burner cooktop and island bench.

Big windows in this room let in the sun and take in a lovely outlook to bushland opposite and out towards town. Polished jarrah floorboards add natural warmth to this inviting area, and there’s a corner wood fire & reverse cycle air conditioner as well as glass doors leading out to a sheltered deck.

Downstairs is a fabulous big, air-conditioned games room with bespoke cabinetry and carpet, ideal as a party room or for teens’ sleepovers.

The master bedroom at the front has his-and-her built-in robes and an ensuite bathroom and toilet. Both of the other bedrooms are carpeted with built-in robes – one is a double; the other a good-sized single – and these share a bathroom with spa bath and shower.

A secure back garden is perfect for young children to play. It has an area of artificial lawn and a terrific barbecue nook in an impressive dome-roofed alfresco area.

Extensive paving, parking at the main entrance, room for a caravan and a garden shed are other features.

The location in a quiet street, close to schools and shops and only 10 minutes to town makes this generous property highly desirable for families and those realising the many benefits of running a home-based business without encroaching on family space.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile two-storey home
– Separate Colorbond
– Sunny, open living space with jarrah flooring and air conditioning
– Kitchen with stone benchtops, dishwasher, island bench
– Lounge and dining area
– Tenanted at $430/week expiring 5/03/2021 with a further option of a 12 month tenancy
– Big games room with carpet and air conditioning
– Master bedroom with two built-in robes and en suite bathroom
– Two family bedrooms, both with built-in robes
– Spa bath and shower in main bathroom
– Laundry, separate toilet
– Secure back yard with dome-roofed al fresco area
– Double garage and parking at main entrance
– 806sqm corner block with bush outlook
– Close to school, shops in great family locale
– Versatile, spacious, exemplary presentation
– Water rates $1,463.15
– Council rates $2,307.64

Buyers looking for a home with charm and delightful character will appreciate the many aspects of this outstanding property high on Mt Melville.
From its 1044sqm block, zoned R30, the brick and tile home takes in panoramic views from Mt Clarence to Middleton Bay, towards town and out to the Porongurups from various rooms in the house.
Under the floor coverings are timber floors just waiting to be exposed and polished. These, and the beautiful etched front windows and decorative ceilings, characterise the home, which has been occupied – and loved – by one family for many years.
Living areas consist of a comfortable lounge and an adjoining dining room, which is open to the kitchen.
The main bedroom at the front of the home is a king-sized room, two of the others are doubles and the fourth, a single at the rear, would make an ideal office or playroom.
The bathroom has a bath with a shower over, a vanity and toilet, and there’s a second toilet at the back, near a handy shower room, laundry and utility room.
Although the kitchen needs replacing, this would present an opportunity to extend it into the ample dining room or to incorporate the adjacent utility area, and fit it with the latest in stylish cabinetry and appliances.
There’s a fenced area of lawn at the back door to contain dogs and small children.
Beyond that, there’s enough space for subdividing the block and selling it or building a second home, or just enjoying a big garden for recreation, cultivating veggies and planting fruit trees.
A long driveway at the side leads to a double garage and plenty more off-road parking space there’s also a garden shed with a lean-to in the back yard.
This is sound, substantial real estate in an established part of Albany. York Street is only 1km away for shops, cafés, restaurants and nightlife, while schools are within easy walking or cycling distance.
A little effort, imagination and modest further investment would reward the owners with a highly desirable home on the city’s doorstep and an inspiring outlook for their enjoyment every day.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile character home, built 1950s
– 1044sqm block, zoned R30, subdivision potential
– Amazing views to Mt Clarence, Middleton Bay and as far as the Porongurups
– Timber floors, etched windows, high, decorative ceilings
– Lounge
– Dining area
– Kitchen
– King-sized master bedroom
– Two double bedrooms
– One single bedroom or office
– Bathroom with bath, shower over, toilet, vanity
– Separate shower room
– Second toilet
– Utility room and laundry
– Double garage
– Garden shed with lean-to
– 1km to York Street
– Walking or biking distance to schools
– Council rates $2,218.50
– Water rates $1,463.15

This lovely property creates a fabulous first impression – it’s beautifully presented, private and set in attractive, easy-care gardens, as well as enjoying a desirable location within a short walk of the coast.
It will ideally suit couples, singles or small families and it comes with an enclosed back garden and parking for three vehicles. With the corner lot and side access, it would be perfect for building “the shed”.
Well set up for an easy lifestyle, the brick and tile home occupies a corner block of 798sqm with smart new fencing. A driveway at the front leads to a carport adjoining the house and further off-road parking, while double gates around the corner open to the back yard, where the garden shed has a port for parking the trailer or dinghy.
Inside, the home is comfortable and welcoming. It features an open living space comprising the cosy lounge, dining area and neat kitchen, all warmed by a centrally positioned gas heater.
At the back door is a sheltered courtyard, which is sure to be a favourite spot for relaxing over long brunches or a beer after fishing.
The home has three bedrooms. The master at the front is a queen and the other two are good-sized singles, both with recesses for wardrobes and perfect for accommodating house guests or visiting grandchildren.
Nearby is the shower room and vanity, and the toilet is off the laundry.
Vinyl plank flooring is fitted in the hallways and kitchen, and the lounge and bedrooms are carpeted.
Around the corner is the shore of Oyster Harbour, with scenic walks, the boat ramp, fishing spots and parkland, making this a delightful choice for buyers hankering to live near the coast. A major supermarket, fuel and liquor supplies are a few minutes’ drive away, so owners don’t have to compromise on convenience to enjoy this peaceful location.

What you need to know:
– Well-presented brick and tile home
– Corner block of 798sqm
– Open living – lounge, dining room, pleasant kitchen
– Gas heating and cooking
– Sheltered rear courtyard
– Three bedrooms – one queen and two good-sized singles
– Shower room with vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Good flooring and décor
– Carport and further off-road parking
– Vehicular access to back yard from around corner
– Rear garden shed with port for trailer or dinghy
– Enclosed backyard
– New fencing for privacy
– Lawns and water-wise gardens
– Close to Oyster Harbour – fishing, boat ramp, coastal walks, parkland
– Few minutes from supermarket, fuel and liquor supplies
– Council rates $1,965.07
– Water rates $264.36

There’s everything to love about this extensive property if you’re in the market for a manageable rural holding near town.

It consists of a grassy 2.43ha block – ideal for horses – with a versatile family home and an adjoining self-contained flat, plus numerous sheds.

Set in attractive lawns with garden beds, fruit trees, vines and veggie patches, the home is neat and welcoming.

In the main section, the lounge is a sunny room with a wood fire to heat the entire living area, and the adjoining dining room has French doors onto the front veranda.
Next is the good-sized kitchen, with gas cooking and space for a meals table.

Three of the bedrooms are in the main house, along with the laundry and the main bathroom with spa bath and toilet.

At the back door is an undercover entertaining area, which opens onto an office, and a toilet. Adjacent to it is another kitchen for outdoor cooking or cleaning up the barbie.

A real treat is the granny flat, which occupies one end of the house and has a sizeable lounge and dining area, double bedroom, kitchen, shower room, toilet and even its own laundry as well as external access.

The land is well fenced into four paddocks of lush, well-drained pasture in addition to the house block, and native trees at the perimeter provide shade for stock in every paddock.

There’s a shed for everything here, from horse floats to boats, and all with power connected.

One three-bay shed has 3m-clearance doors, there’s a two-bay general purpose shed and workshop, and a two-bay machinery shed with access from two sides and space for a tractor. In addition, there’s a fish-cleaning shed complete with a sink and room for the fish fridge.

This holding is among horse properties and close to the bridle trail, and it has a round yard and stables in place.

Having been in the same family for many years, the estate has clearly been well managed and is nicely presented throughout.

It is just six minutes’ drive from York Street, making it an ideal proposition for those aspiring to the hobby farm lifestyle with a horse for the children and sheds for all purposes without compromising on amenities.

What you need to know:

– Extensive family home on 2.43ha
– Lounge with wood fire, dining, kitchen
– Three bedrooms
– Bathroom and shower
– Laundry
– Home Office
– Outdoor toilet
– Adjoining self-contained flat – lounge/dining, kitchen, double bedroom, laundry, shower room, own access
– Outdoor entertaining area and kitchen
– Carport
– Neat gardens with lawns, veggies, fruit trees
– Good pasture, suits horses, sheep, cattle
– Four lush paddocks with shade
– Several sheds with power – including high-clearance
– Round yard and stables
– Excellent quality fencing
– 6 mins from York Street
– Council rates $2,159.07
– Water rates $264.36

A prime investment with excellent facilities and the potential for very good returns, this light industrial property is strategically located just off one of Albany’s main arterial roads.

Consisting of an 820sqm steel shed on a 3,655sqm lot, the premises were previously used by a busy hydraulics business, and offer versatility for a number of uses such as a factory, warehouse or workshop.

The building is easily accessed from Chester Pass Road and sited inside a secure, fenced and gated compound among established industrial holdings of similar size and only 5km from town.

With full-height doors allowing drive-through access for trucks, the shed also has three roller doors at the rear for parking and working on smaller vehicles.

Seven customer car spaces are at the front, and driveways on both sides allow for movement and parking of trucks and big machinery. There’s also a carport, which backs onto a garage.

At the front of the building are offices, a showroom, a client services area and staff amenities, and there’s a rainwater tank.

Ideal for an owner-operator in a range of industries and trades, this property could also be leased with expected returns of between $55,000 and $65,000 pa.

Discover the advantages of this valuable, well-located property and the opportunities it presents for business operators or shrewd investors.

What you need to know:
– Prime industrial property
– 820sqm premises with good facilities
– 3,655sqm gated complex
– Huge steel shed, customer service area, showroom, offices
– Shed has full-height doors for truck access
– Three roller doors for smaller vehicles
– Room for moving vehicles and machinery
– Seven customer car bays plus carport and garage
– Ideal for manufacturing, warehousing or workshop
– Excellent access from main road
– Among similar industrial holdings in established area about 5km from town
– Suit owner-operator or investor
– Income from lease $55,000 to $65,000 pa
– Rainwater tank