Very rarely does a genuine totally unique private riverfront block like this come on the market.

Nestled on the banks of the Kalgan River, separated from the river by only a narrow strip of bush reserve this private gently sloping, north facing, private block of one hectare presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase prime riverfront property.

The property is situated only a few minutes drive or walk from the Grammar School and the fabulous Kalgan Thai Café! The Bayonet Head shopping centre and primary school is only a 10 minute drive away while the City of Albany with all it’s fabulous amenities is only a short 20 minute drive away,

Covenants ensure the standard of the houses are commensurate with their location and remnant vegetation conservation covenants ensure that private natural bush land in the area will be preserved for posterity.

The Kalgan River is famed for it’s bream and mulloway fishing. Fishing, water skiing, canoeing, kayaking, boating, they’re all on your door step and the property is fully serviced by underground power and scheme water.

Whether you’re looking to build your dream family home overlooking the river or looking for an investment this unique prime riverfront property is for you.

What you need to know:
– 1ha residential building lot
– Lifestyle holding of prime riverfront land
– North-facing
– Picturesque location
– Gently sloping to narrow bush reserve bordering river
– Choice of ideal house sites
– Grassy, cleared, fenced
– Native trees at the boundary
– Private location
– Ideal for big home, sheds
– All services ready for connection including scheme water, NBN
– Plant orchard, keep chickens, horse or few stock
– Desirable Kalgan River area – walks, fishing, canoeing, water skiing
– Near Great Southern Grammar
– Less than 20 minutes to Albany

You don’t have to go far from town to enjoy the myriad benefits of a peaceful rural lifestyle on a few of acres with a charming country home.

So you’ll want to get in early and secure this 1.12ha holding in Robinson, right in among horse properties and near the renowned Stidwell Bridle Trail.

It’s all set up for horses, but you could just as well keep a few head of sheep, goats or alpacas along with your chooks and ducks.

Smartly clad in Weathertex with an iron roof, the home has been modernised and extended over the years, and still displays wide jarrah floorboards and high ceilings.

It takes in a terrific outlook over the property from the rooms at the back, and it’s tucked away off the road for privacy.

Living areas are spacious. They include an open family room and lounge, heated by a wood fire, and a sizeable dining room adjoining the stainless steel kitchen, which has a pantry and gas cooking.

A choice of two outdoor living areas will spoil the owners for choice – one is an undercover patio at the front, and there’s a more sheltered entertaining area at the side for barbies all year round.

All three bedrooms are big. The king-sized master has a walk-through robe to an en suite bathroom and one of the others has a walk-in robe. A corner bath with a shower over features in the main bathroom.

Outside, the infrastructure is all there to get the new owners off to a good start. There’s a high-clearance shed for the horse float or caravan, a 6m x 6m general-purpose shed, and a double carport near the house.

The land is fenced into lush, grassy paddocks with a few native trees at the boundary for shelter, and there are two stables and a round yard as well as a chook run.

Scheme water is connected and a well provides water for the gardens.

The house block is fenced and has zones for garden beds and composting, as well as recreational space and an assortment of fruit trees.

This is a delightful, multi-faceted property, which is sure to have wide appeal.

It presents an exceptional opportunity to purchase manageable land just five minutes’ drive from Albany’s CBD and near the coast of Princess Royal Harbour.

What you need to know:
– Spacious character home on 1.12ha
– Established holding among horse properties
– Near Stidwell Bridle Trail
– Private spot with lovely outlook over the property
– Open lounge and family room with wood fire
– Stainless steel kitchen with pantry
– Generous dining area
– King-sized master bedroom with walk-through robe and en suite
– Two big bedrooms, one with walk-in robe
– Family bathroom with bath and shower
– Laundry
– Front patio
– Sheltered, gable-roofed al fresco area
– Land fenced into six paddocks
– High-clearance shed for horse float or caravan
– 6m x 6m GP shed
– Double carport
– Two stables, round yard
– Chook run
– Good water – scheme and well
– Five minutes’ drive from Albany
– Council rates $1,857.80

This substantial industrial holding in the established Pendeen estate a few minutes from Albany is suited to myriad uses from fabrication and heavy-duty trades to warehousing and wholesale activities.

Near new, the versatile property presents an opportunity for industry operators or investors to secure valuable premises with easy access for trucks and proximity to the Menang Drive section of the Albany ring road, a direct route to the main highway.

On a block of 4020sqm, the premises are of high quality construction. At the front is a 14m x 5m reception, office and amenities building. Built of brick, this has one big area for client consultation, a staff kitchen at one end and a generous private office at the other.

The main building is a huge general industrial steel shed of 20m x 15m with a concrete floor, three-phase power and a pit. It has high-clearance doors on two sides, providing drive-through access for trucks.

Water is from a rainwater tank with mains for back-up.

Inside the compound, which is fenced and gated for security, the expanse of land consists of compacted gravel with a blue metal finish. It offers abundant space for parking and moving trucks and road trains.

The property is currently leased until the end of August 2020 and investors adding this to the portfolio would expect to attract an annual rent of $45,000-$48,000 plus GST & Variable Outgoings.

These are smart, well-designed buildings in excellent order, allowing the owners or their lessees to operate from quality, functional business premises while projecting a professional image to clients.

What you need to know:
– Near-new industrial premises on 4020sqm site
– 20m x 15m steel shed
– Concrete floor, three-phase power, pit
– Drive-through access for trucks
– Brick-built reception, office and amenities building
– Staff kitchen
– Level site, compacted gravel with blue metal finish
– Space for parking and manoevring trucks and road trains
– Fenced and gated compound
– Rainwater and connection to mains
– Part of established industrial estate a few minutes from Albany
– Easy access to the ring road and highway north
– Suit numerous uses including fabrication, heavy trades, wholesale goods, warehouse
– Ideal for owner-operator or investor
– Council rates $3,436.22
– Water rates $272.04

If a manageable block is high on your priority list, it doesn’t mean you have to compromise on the size of the house as well.

Here, you have both a full-sized home and a neat, fenced yard that doesn’t take much maintenance, so if you’d rather be playing or relaxing than spending your weekends working around the home and the garden, it could be just what you’re looking for.

The freestanding modern brick and Colorbond home occupies a private spot, reached via a long driveway on a strata-titled 456sqm block with a double carport at the front.

It is surprisingly spacious inside, with several living areas for relaxing or entertaining.
At the heart of the home is a generous open family room and dining space and an appealing galley kitchen – with a pantry and gas cooking – at one end. This is an inviting, sunny area with several full-length windows and glass doors leading out to the back yard.

Adding to the living options are a lounge at the front and an activity area, screened by a half-wall, off the family room. This is big enough for use as a playroom and would make a very generous study or office.

The queen-sized master bedroom boasts an en suite shower room with toilet and vanity and a walk-in robe.

The other three bedrooms, in a separate wing off the family room, all have built-in robes and access the main bathroom with a shower and vanity.

Also in this area is the laundry, with access to the separate toilet and a handy storeroom with shelving.

Attractive, hardwearing vinyl plank flooring flows through the hall and main living spaces, while the lounge and bedrooms are carpeted.

Excellent décor, blinds and tiling set off the home brilliantly.

Most of the back yard is in lawn and there’s a garden shed for the mower, golf clubs and fishing gear.

Seven minutes from town, the property is within easy reach of fuel and liquor supplies, a pharmacy and a major supermarket. Schools and TAFE are also close by.

This property is ideal for families, couples with visiting house guests, or investors looking for a low-maintenance property with tenant appeal.

What you need to know:
– Modern brick and Colorbond home, freestanding
– Easy-care 456sqm lot, strata titled
– Spacious open family room and dining area
– Galley kitchen with pantry and gas cooking
– Lounge
– Activity room or big office
– Queen-sized master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Second bathroom
– Laundry
– Separate toilet
– Store room
– Excellent carpets, timber-look vinyl plank flooring, décor, tiling, blinds
– Fenced yard, paving and lawn
– Garden shed
– Double carport
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,463.15

Tucked away from the road down a long driveway, this highly appealing brick and Colorbond home promises peace, privacy and security in one low-maintenance package.

It’s also much more spacious than it appears from the outside, so if you’ve done a drive-past, you must do yourself a favour and look inside.

This is a comfortable, modern home with a variety of living options for parents and children to spread out, and it would be just as appealing for couples wanting an easy-care lifestyle with space for guests.

Inside the front door is a sunny lounge open to the hallway on one side. On the other side of the hall is the king-sized master bedroom, complete with en suite shower room and walk-in robe.

Vinyl plank flooring leads through the hall, which opens up to reveal an impressive open living area comprising the family room and dining space. This big room is light and welcoming, with floor-to-ceiling panel windows and glass doors onto the fully enclosed back yard, which is mostly in grass.

Off the family room, separated by a half-wall, is a generous activity area or study, ideal for kids’ play or hobbies.

The kitchen is central, overlooking the family room. It’s a long galley-style area with a pantry, plenty of cabinetry and a gas stove for cooking up a storm.

Near the bathroom, with shower and vanity, are the other three bedrooms, all with built-in robes and carpet, and the laundry has a handy storeroom as well as access to the separate toilet.

All décor, tiling and blinds are in excellent order throughout.

Outside, there’s paving around the home, a double carport and a garden shed in the yard.

Its handy location is another drawcard for buyers.

A few minutes’ drive from town, the property is also close to a major supermarket, fuel and liquor supplies. High school and TAFE are a bike ride away and the primary school is also within easy reach.

Property investors will also appreciate the finer points of this strata-titled home, which occupies a neat 539sqm block, demands little in the way of work and has a tenant in place until November 2020.

What you need to know:
– Modern brick and Colorbond home
– Private location at rear of block
– 539sqm lot
– Strata titled
– Open family room and dining area
– Galley kitchen with pantry, gas cooking, good cabinetry
– Lounge
– Activity area, study or playroom
– Queen-sized master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with robes
– Laundry with storeroom
– Separate toilet
– Main bathroom with shower and vanity
– Excellent flooring, blinds, tiling, cabinetry
– Double carport
– Garden shed
– Fenced back yard
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,463.15
– Leased at $330.00 per week until 01/11/2020

Those who yearn for a rural lifestyle with enough land to enjoy freedom and fresh air, collect eggs from their own chooks and harvest fresh veggies are sure to love this renovated cottage near the Kalgan River.

It’s on a pretty 6,216sqm – that’s a shade over 1½ acres, making it a manageable block presenting opportunity for various uses without demanding too much work.
The beautiful Kalgan River area has easy access to fishing, canoeing and riverside walks, and this highly desirable property will attract city dwellers looking for a tree change or farmers wanting a weekender near the coast.

Tall gums line the sealed driveway leading from the road to the house, which sits in a cleared, grassy paddock with a few native trees for shelter and character.

It takes in an all-round rural outlook to bush and farmland and a view over neighbouring olive groves at the back.

This is a comfortable home sporting a new white kitchen, shower room and laundry, and modern flooring, tiling and blinds.

There’s a wood fire in the lounge, where glass doors open onto a sizeable undercover entertaining area and a nearby open-air barbecue pit.

One bedrooms is a good-sized double and the other a queen.

Impressive external features include a powered storeroom or hobby room that could double as a guest room, a generous paved lean-to with power for DIY projects, and a freestanding shed with extra space for stowing the ride-on mower.

Along the back, taking in the morning sun as well as the leafy view, is a long veranda – perfect for relaxed brunches.

Water is plentiful from a rainwater tank, there’s a solar hot water system, and the property is fenced and private.

When the city calls, it’s a pretty 20-minute commute away, although Great Southern Grammar, the Kalgan Tea Rooms and Thai restaurant are just a few minutes up the road.

What you need to know:
– Renovated cottage near Kalgan River
– 6,216sqm block, mainly cleared, some native trees
– Beautiful setting, rural views
– New kitchen, shower room, laundry
– Modern tiling, flooring, blinds
– Lounge with wood fire
– Dining area
– Undercover entertaining area
– Open-air barbecue pit
– Two good sized bedrooms
– Storeroom, hobby room or guest room with power
– Paved lean-to/workshop with power
– Shed with space for car and ride-on mower
– Back veranda
– Grassy block – grow veggies, fruit trees
– Chook run
– Private – set back off the road, reached via tree-lined driveway
– Rainwater tank
– Perfect for tree change lifestyle or farmers’ weekender

Here’s the chance to pick up an older home on a big block at a price that makes it well worth your consideration if you’re looking to add value and capitalise.

At present, the home is rented out, and this arrangement could be continued while the owners devised their strategy.

Subdivision is a possibility, by tidying up and retaining the current home and developing the rear portion.

Whichever the new owners choose, it is a box of tricks with exciting options to be explored.

This is a long block of 1170sqm – more than the old quarter acre – fronting Albany Highway just five minutes’ drive from the city.

The home is set away off the road with a few trees at the front and a huge grassy, fenced back yard.

With jarrah floors and high ceilings, it displays a character that could be exploited with a sensitive renovation project.

Rooms include a lounge, a big kitchen with gas cooking and space for a dining table, three double bedrooms, a sunroom or sleepout and a shower room. There’s a sizeable utility room accessing the toilet and laundry, and an undercover patio in the back yard.

A driveway at the side leads to a carport and garage, and there’s plenty of off-road parking and turning space.

Its convenient location is a major drawcard, as Coles supermarket is a couple of minutes’ drive away and NASHS and TAFE are within easy walking distance.

What you need to know:
– Established property, options for value-adding
– 1940s fibro home
– 1170sqm block
– Potential for subdivision or development
– Carport and garage
– Jarrah floors, high ceilings
– Lounge
– Big kitchen/dining room
– Three double bedrooms
– Shower room with vanity, separate toilet
– Utility room
– Laundry
– Sunroom or sleepout
– Undercover patio
– Fenced back garden, mostly in grass
– Carport and garage
– Council rates $1,653.95
– Water rates $264.36

The new owners of this attractive property will be rewarded every day with the choice of living and entertaining areas, convenient location and lovely outlook from its elevated 665sqm block.

Neat gardens and lawns make an attractive setting for the home, which is built of over-sized cream bricks offset with charcoal accents and a tile roof.

The main entrance opens onto a cosy lounge, air conditioned and with a view towards Gull Rock and Frenchman Bay.

Next to the lounge is the open family room and dining area, with the kitchen at one end and an outlook in a different direction towards Collingwood Heights.

With a dishwasher, wall oven, island bench and ivory cabinetry, the kitchen is a pleasant, sunny work area. Glass doors lead out from the dining space to an impressive gable-roofed, paved patio, with pull-down café blinds to open it up or protect it from the weather.

Add to this a carpeted sunroom or playroom at the rear, where occupants will enjoy their own space.

Three windows in the king-sized master bedroom make this a light, inviting retreat complete with walk-in robe and ensuite shower room.

A hallway off the family room leads to the other three bedrooms, the bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, the laundry and the separate toilet.

Smart vinyl plank flooring flows throughout the main living areas, the lounge and bedrooms are carpeted, and stylish décor sets the place off beautifully.

There is a double carport at the front and plenty of play space for the little ones in the fenced back yard, which is mostly in lawn with a good-sized garden shed for the mower and tools.

The beach and golf course are just three minutes’ drive down the road and the CBD is five minutes in the other direction.

Schools, medical facilities and shops are even closer to this well-presented property, which is priced to appeal to family buyers or investors recognising a sound rental proposition.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile family home
– 665sqm block
– Lovely outlook to Gull Rock and Frenchman Bay
– Open family and dining room
– Separate lounge
– Kitchen with island bench, dishwasher
– Gable-roofed patio with café blinds
– Sunroom or playroom
– Big master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Stylish décor, attractive flooring and blinds
– Double carport
– Garden shed
– Fenced back yard with lawn
– Three minutes to beach, five minutes to town
– Near hospital, schools, shops
– Council rates $2,426.49
– Water rates $1,427.45

From the street, this is an attractive, well-maintained family home – it’s set in trimmed lawns with neat garden beds and a paved driveway leading to a double garage.

It’s inside, though, that the brick and Colorbond home really shows its mettle, with a practical floor plan and plenty of room for families to spread out and find their own space.

The hub of the home is a generous open family room, dining area and adjoining kitchen, with ceramic floor tiles and air conditioning for year-round comfort.
At the front, the lounge is a good-sized room lending itself to other uses to suit the occupants – TV lounge, office, playroom, hobby room.

Further enhancing living options is an impressive rear deck. With a gable roof, this is a sheltered spot with space for a family-sized table setting as well as the barbie.

With a dishwasher, pantry, good cabinetry, electric cooktop and wall oven, the kitchen is equipped to cook up a storm and has a door to the double garage at the front.

When bedtime comes around, the comfort continues. All four bedrooms are carpeted and the king-sized master has a walk-in robe and en suite shower room with toilet and vanity. It also has three angled windows adding to the character of the room as well as the façade.

There’s a bath in the main bathroom, which is in a separate area alongside the three family bedrooms, all of which have built-in robes.

Next to the bathroom is the laundry, with built-in cabinetry and a linen press, and the separate toilet.

New carpets are installed in the bedrooms and lounge and sleek slimline venetian blinds dress most windows.

The features carry on into the fenced back yard, where the shed packs in the mower and tools and there are garden beds for planting veggies and herbs.

Round the corner from McKail Lake and parkland and within easy reach of schools, TAFE, the supermarket and cinema, this is a well-located property for families. It will appeal to both owner-occupiers and rental investors, and it’s among similar homes in a sought-after suburb a few minutes’ drive from the city.

What you need to know:
– Attractive brick and Colorbond family home
– 699sqm block
– Air-conditioned, open family room and dining area with ceramic floor tiling
– Lounge, TV room or playroom
– Gable-roofed rear deck
– Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry
– King-sized master bedroom with en suite shower room, walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with built-in robes
– New carpets in lounge and bedrooms, fresh décor
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry with cabinetry, linen press, separate toilet
– Double garage
– Fenced back yard with lawn and garden shed
– Round the corner from McKail Lake and parkland
– Easy access to schools, TAFE, supermarket, cinema
– Few minutes’ drive to the CBD
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,427.44

There’s something at this lovely home to make everyone happy and keep them that way.

Whether you have big kids, little kids – or none at all, you’ll delight in the spacious living areas, practical layout and quality of finishing as well as the convenient location.

And with everything planned for easy maintenance, there will be plenty of time as well as the space for recreation – or just putting your feet up with a cold beer or glass of red.

The brick and Colorbond home sits on a block of 685sqm, mostly in lawn, with a garage at the side and drive-through access to the yard for stowing the trailer or dinghy.

Inside, the home is instantly warm, sunny and welcoming.
Terracotta-style ceramic floor tiling in the spacious open living room creates a Tuscan feel enhanced by décor from a modern pastel palette of coastal hues.

This air-conditioned space consists of a family room and a second sitting room at the front. At one end is the dining area and opposite that, the well-equipped, generous kitchen with a walk-in pantry and plenty of cabinetry.

As if that were not enough for families to spread out in, there’s the ever-popular patio – this one is sheltered on three sides and has a gable roof to keep out the weather as well as space for the barbie and pizza oven.

All three bedrooms are big doubles fitted with carpet. The master has a walk-in robe and the others have built-ins, and all access the sizeable semi-en suite bathroom complete with bath, walk-in shower, vanity and toilet.

A second toilet is off the nearby laundry, which has handy built-in cabinetry.
There’s a lawn in the fenced back yard for young ones and pets to play, and for bigger kids to let off steam, various parks and McKail Lake are within a few minutes’ walk.

Schools, TAFE, a supermarket, liquor and fuel are all close by, and if you need to drive to town, it’s only six minutes away.

This real estate will appeal to a wide scope of buyers, including fussy owner-occupiers and rental investors looking for a well-maintained, tenant-friendly property in a desirable area.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 685sqm block
– Tenanted for $355 per week until April 2021
– Air-conditioned open lounge and family room
– Dining space
– Kitchen with pantry, attractive cabinetry
– Sheltered, gable-roofed patio
– Master bedroom with walk-in robe
– Two double family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Semi-en suite bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Second toilet
– Laundry with cabinetry
– Garage with drive-through access to yard for trailer
– Fenced back yard
– Walk to McKail Lake, parks
– Easy access to schools, supermarket, fuel, liquor, pharmacy
– 6 minutes’ drive to town
– Council rates $2,159.07
– Water rates $1,463.15

There’s a tone of Balinese flair about this inviting home, where several indoor and outdoor living areas spoil the owners for choice at any time of year.

Built of brick and tile, it occupies a 525sqm block, which has been well planned to provide spaces for relaxation and recreation.

It has been renovated in recent years, with new bathrooms, laundry and flooring, and it’s very well presented, with décor from a neutral palette and stylish feature walls.

The main living area comprises an air-conditioned family room and dining space, with the generous kitchen adjoining. Carpet and classy day-night blinds are fitted in the family room and also a spacious lounge at the front of the home.

One of the most popular spots is sure to be the sheltered al fresco area at the side. This long space is covered and sheltered with shade cloth. It has room enough for two outdoor table settings, a barbecue and pizza oven – perfect for celebrations or quiet weekend brunches.

That’s not all. In the back yard, there’s a cosy undercover seating nook and an open deck for lounging in the sun. The yard reflects the tropical theme with a row of palm trees and an area of lush lawn.

Back inside, all three bedrooms are carpeted. The master has a floor-to-ceiling window, an en suite shower room and a walk-in robe, while the others are along the side of the house, next to the main bathroom with shower and vanity, the laundry and toilet.

There’s an undercover drying area off the laundry.

A single garage has direct access to the house, and there’s further parking on the driveway.

With parks, schools, TAFE and shops within easy reach, this is an ideal location for families or couples.

At this price, it’s also an ideal, low-maintenance rental to add to your investment portfolio.

What you need to know:
– Stylish brick and tile home
– 525sqm block
– Air-conditioned open family room and dining area
– Generous kitchen
– Lounge
– Impressive sheltered al fresco area
– Sun deck
– Undercover seating nook
– Master bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in robe
– Two family bedrooms
– Second bathroom with shower and vanity
– Laundry with access to undercover drying area
– Toilet
– Renovated – new bathrooms, laundry, flooring
– Lawns and palm trees in back yard
– Single garage, additional parking on driveway
– Well presented, good blinds, flooring, décor
– Good family area near schools, TAFE, shops, few mins to town
– Ideal low-maintenance rental investment
– Council rates $2,248.21
– Water rates $1,427.45

Sheltered by towering karri trees in a sunbaked spot at the top of its undulating 10.29ha block, this impressive earth brick home embodies the essence of the good life.

The location is magic, with every window taking in views of the centuries-old trees on the property, and birds and wildlife enhancing the pure, natural beauty of its surroundings.

A long, winding driveway leads through a cleared area of land and bush up to the home, making a fine introduction to the property and the lifestyle it promises.

The L-shaped building creates a protected enclave, with a lawn and an assortment of fruit trees – including banana and mango – at the front.

Inside, rooms are spacious. At one end of the house is the kitchen, with Italian styling of red cabinetry with black benchtops. This leads to the dining area and then the family room, all with raked ceilings and warmed by a big wood fire.

Bedroom one is a generous corner room with windows on two sides and glass doors leading outside. The huge second bedroom could easily be divided into two or used as a games room, sunroom or studio.

There’s a wheelchair-accessible bathroom with a big, deep bath and a toilet in the adjoining laundry.

A major lifestyle attraction of this property is the outdoors.

About half of the block is cleared and the remainder is in native bush of karri, yate and peppermint, with tracks for walking or horse riding enriching the experience for the fortunate owners.

Good soils on the cleared areas are suited to growing crops or running a few head of stock, and there’s a fenced veggie patch as well as several ideal sites for installing a chook run.

Water is plentiful from a soak and a rainwater tank and power is underground.

Outbuildings are in good condition. A carport adjoining the house has power connected, and there’s a nearby open shed as well as a 5m x 5m machinery shed with a concrete floor. On the lower reaches is a big open-sided tractor shed in two parts for storing farm implements.

The Wilson Inlet is a few minutes away for fishing and crabbing, and when a visit to town becomes necessary, Denmark is a 25-minute drive in one direction and Albany 35 minutes in the other.

This exceptional property presents a rare opportunity for a refreshing tree change in a well-managed site with potential for new ventures.

What you need to know:
– Earth brick home on idyllic 10.29ha block
– Tree views from all windows
– Open living with wood fire
– Stylish kitchen, open dining and family room
– Generous main bedroom
– Second bedroom could be divided into two
– Wheelchair-accessible bathroom and laundry/toilet
– Land about half cleared, remainder in karri, yate, peppermint trees
– Soak and rainwater tank
– Carport and several sheds
– Walking and horse-riding tracks through bush
– Big veggie patch
– Fishing and crabbing nearby
– Denmark 25 minutes, Albany 35 minutes
– Council rates $1,276.00

Right in among the picturesque Porongurup Ranges, set in native bush and sheltered by tall eucalypts, this outstanding home offers an incomparable lifestyle.

It sits on an idyllic 16.19ha with about 1ha cleared around the house. Here, the owners have established attractive low-maintenance fenced gardens, a grassy paddock where the chooks and ducks range, a veggie patch and an orchard of mixed fruit trees.

This is a comfortable and welcoming, brilliantly presented property with everything a modern family wants and a magnificent outlook over the property to the ancient hills beyond.

A steel-framed home of brick and Colorbond, it boasts spacious living areas consisting of an open lounge and dining room heated by a big wood fire and with air conditioning positioned for airflow through the house. Another great area is the huge alfresco with seating zones, spaces for the barbecue and pizza oven and room enough for parties.

A terrific Falcon range features in the kitchen, where there’s also a dishwasher and ivory cabinetry.

Of the three bedrooms, two are doubles and the master is king-sized with a built-in robe and a view over the rose garden and out to the hills.

The main bathroom has a bath, shower, vanity and toilet and the second is a shower room at the back door for cleaning up after working on the land.

There’s ample storage including a wine cellar, a good-sized room that’s cool all year.

One factor that makes the property stand out is its total self-sufficiency for energy and water, yet it has all the services city-dwellers are used to, and in abundance.

Power is from the sun – through a 3.2kW, 16 solar panel system, which has new batteries with backup from a 7kVA diesel generator – and the wood fire has a hot water jacket which works in conjunction with the solar hot water system. Water is plentiful from a winter creek, two rainwater tanks and a dam, and there’s good phone and TV reception as well as satellite NBN.

In addition to the garage on the house, there’s an impressive 9m x 12m freestanding shed with high-clearance doors and power connected, as well as four hard-wired security cameras.

This impressive property is just 40 minutes from Albany, though it feels a million miles away from the hubbub of the city.

It is a well-appointed home promising a relaxed, idyllic lifestyle in magnificent natural surroundings – a rare blend that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.

What you need to know:
– 16.19ha bush block in Porongurup Ranges
– Spacious brick and Colorbond home
– Amazing natural bush outlook
– About 1ha cleared around home – grassy paddock, fenced gardens
– Orchard, ducks, chooks, veggies
– Open lounge and dining, wood fire, air conditioning
– Huge alfresco area
– Kitchen with Falcon range, dishwasher
– King-sized master bedroom with robes
– Two double bedrooms
– Two bathrooms
– Cellar
– Solar power with a backup 7kVA generator
– Rainwater tanks, winter creek, dam
– Good TV and phone reception, NBN
– Garage
– 12m x 9m shed, high-clearance doors, power, security cameras
– Council rates $1,609.38

Assuring a perfect blend of coveted semi-rural lifestyle and city accessibility, the Stage 1 release at The Rise, Milpara presents an exciting opportunity for home builders.

On the northern outskirts about five minutes’ drive from Albany CBD, this new land release consists of 14 lots. Each has space for building a generous home and sheds and enjoying the good life – with prospects for growing veggies, planting fruit trees and keeping chooks.

Block sizes are between 2000sqm and 2137sqm and include three battleaxe blocks tucked away from the road.

Most blocks are fully cleared while some have a backdrop of a few retained native timbers enhancing shelter and privacy.

Fencing is installed and services including scheme water, town gas, power & NBN which are at the boundary, ready for connection.

Milpara is an attractive, leafy suburb characterised by big residential blocks with well-spaced homes favoured by growing families as well as retiring farmers demanding fresh air and space closer to the city.

This outstanding new development is an exciting enhancement to the are with lots this size and so close to Albany CBD a very rare commodity.

Driving around similar modern properties in the vicinity will allow you to envisage the potential of these lots.

Excellent amenities within about 1km of The Rise include a brand new fuel and liquor outlet at McKail Store, a major supermarket in Coles Orana, TAFE, high school and a cinema complex.

Prices are between $200,000 and $235,000 with titles expected Summer 2020. Lots expected to be in with demand, act quickly to secure your choice of the 9 remaining blocks and start planning your new lifestyle.

What you need to know:
– Stage 1 land release
– 14 blocks from 2000sqm to 2137sqm
– Priced between $200,000 and $235,000
– Includes three battleaxe blocks tucked away
– Fenced. Power, scheme water, town gas
– Mostly cleared – some with mature eucalypts at boundary
– Build family home, sheds, keep chooks, plant veggies, fruit trees
– Close to supermarket, fuel, liquor, TAFE, high school, cinema
– Attractive lifestyle lots 5 minutes from the CBD
– Titles available Summer now

Assuring a perfect blend of coveted semi-rural lifestyle and city accessibility, the Stage 1 release at The Rise, Milpara presents an exciting opportunity for home builders.

On the northern outskirts about five minutes’ drive from Albany CBD, this new land release consists of 14 lots. Each has space for building a generous home and sheds and enjoying the good life – with prospects for growing veggies, planting fruit trees and keeping chooks.

Block sizes are between 2000sqm and 2137sqm and include three battleaxe blocks tucked away from the road.

Most blocks are fully cleared while some have a backdrop of a few retained native timbers enhancing shelter and privacy.

Fencing is installed and services including scheme water, town gas, power & NBN which are at the boundary, ready for connection.

Milpara is an attractive, leafy suburb characterised by big residential blocks with well-spaced homes favoured by growing families as well as retiring farmers demanding fresh air and space closer to the city.

This outstanding new development is an exciting enhancement to the are with lots this size and so close to Albany CBD a very rare commodity.

Driving around similar modern properties in the vicinity will allow you to envisage the potential of these lots.

Excellent amenities within about 1km of The Rise include a brand new fuel and liquor outlet at McKail Store, a major supermarket in Coles Orana, TAFE, high school and a cinema complex.

Prices are between $200,000 and $235,000 with titles expected Summer 2020. Lots expected to be in with demand, act quickly to secure your choice of the 9 remaining blocks and start planning your new lifestyle.

What you need to know:
– Stage 1 land release
– 14 blocks from 2000sqm to 2137sqm
– Priced between $200,000 and $235,000
– Includes three battleaxe blocks tucked away
– Fenced. Power, scheme water, town gas
– Mostly cleared – some with mature eucalypts at boundary
– Build family home, sheds, keep chooks, plant veggies, fruit trees
– Close to supermarket, fuel, liquor, TAFE, high school, cinema
– Attractive lifestyle lots 5 minutes from the CBD
– Titles available Summer now