A short drive to the many beaches on offer as well as the King River for fishing, boating and play, plus an easy drive to the town and just up the road to Grammar School. It’s all here – put those dream-house designs into action.
Situated on a cul-de-sac surrounded by other large blocks with only a few homes, this really is a location that you would never have known existed, until now.
With attractive level building sites, parkland cleared with exceptionally well-drained soil makes these small acreage a real treat to build a country manor upon. One block has a bush-boundary creating privacy as well as dreamy serenity. Build a two-storey home and still relish in the peaceful atmosphere and green views – Though to Oyster Harbour.
With Lower King Convenience Store, Post Office and fuel all less than 2km away, there’s really no need to go to town on some days, leaving you more time to unwind with and celebrate a rural lifestyle amongst your newly built dream property.
Aquatic play surrounds you as well as bush trails and with a block this size you could easily accommodate a mega man cave for the workshop/boat/caravan, build a hobby farm, indulge the kids with pets, grow some veggies, chooks and achieve an eco-friendly, energy efficient and sustainable way of life.
Not only is Great Southern Grammar School less than a 3km drive so is Bakers Junction with additional grocery supplies as well as direct access to the highway.
A fantastic opportunity not to let slip. And with the BAL report already complete showing minimum building issues.
There’s nothing left to do other than choose your desired designs and let your imagination unfold. Build your dream lifestyle!

What you should know:
– Located at the end of the cul-de-sac
– Parkland cleared. BAL compliant
– Fully serviced, well drained lots with great building sites
– Build a hobby farm for the family plus mega shed
– So close to beaches & river
– Relaxed rural lifestyle close to CBD
– Only 2 minutes’ to local store

If you are ready to build your dream home fit for royalty, then make the magic happen here!

Sit outside on your balcony on a warm evening with cool drinks and nibbles and absorb these impressive city views on a starry night.

This 583sqm elevated and cleared block backs on to Mount Melville Parklands that leads up to the Lookout Tower for even more stunning views. Not only do you have city views you also have native bushland in your back garden with the wind whistling through the trees. Talk about having it all!
Positioned in Serpentine Hill Private Estate, is this marvelous opportunity to build a large family home to accommodate fabulous outdoor and indoor living.

A row of trees lines the adjacent homes on Serpentine Road, which acts as a great screen so as to not distract your eye from the panoramic views over Albany.

In the Great Southern we are spoilt for choice when looking to select a builder, or shall I say ‘dreammakers’, that will create an exclusive home to your tastes. For inspiration, there already lies a handful of small boulders in the far corner that could be the start of a magnificent rock garden amongst the lawned area.

If walking is your preferred exercise then not only are you in the prime location to all amenities like the major shopping centres and healthcare facilities, but in 850m you can find yourself on trendy York Street and explore the cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques.

There are only positives about this purchase, supported further by several public and private schools all within a 3km radius. A 3-minute drive along Serpentine Road is Parklands private school for children from pre-kindergarten to year 6. Only 1.7km away is Albany Primary public school. And Bethel Christian College for K-10 and Albany Senior High School is only 2km away. So is local transport.

Walk or drive to school and work, the choice is yours. And if you work in the city then why not stroll home for lunch and spend some time with your loved ones.

If you’re ready to build an elegant and sophisticated home in-keeping with the neighbouring homes, then delve deep into your pockets – not too deep though, as at this price you’ll have money left over to splurge on other delights. Do not miss out!

What you should know:
– Location, Location, Location
– Cleared, ready to build
– Elevated easy care 583sqm block
– Panoramic city views
– Zoned Residential
– Part of the exclusive Serpentine Hill Private Estate
– Bushland to one side
– Stroll to York Street and short distance to a choice of schools & shopping centres
– Harness the Northerly aspect and relish the panoramic views

Everything a modern family demands – and much more – is right here at this spacious, well-appointed home in Mckail.

From the rendered brick façade in contemporary tones and neatly trimmed gardens to the portico and double entrance doors, it’s clear this is a stylish property as soon as you pull up on the drive.

Inside, it is a warm, sunny home offering a lifestyle to please families with young children or teens, a choice of indoor and outdoor living areas and plenty of space for play and relaxation.
The main living space consists of an open-plan, air-conditioned open plan living, dining and kitchen with a full-length window and double doors leading out to a good-sized decked alfresco.

Overlooking the family room, the fabulous kitchen would please the fussiest cook. It is a sizeable space with a chef’s stove, dishwasher, attractive cabinetry and not one, but two walk-in pantries. Adjoining is the laundry and a door to the double garage.

At the front of the home, away from the other bedrooms, is the master suite. This has a walk-through his/hers robe with hanging and shelving and a well-appointed ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity.

The other zone located at the front of the home is a generous theatre room which has space for a big screen, surround sound and a comfortable seating arrangement.

The three double-sized family bedrooms have good-sized built-in robes and amongst these bedrooms, away from the other 2 living areas is a generous play or activity area which could be used for a home office or study area for the kids.

The main bathroom is cleverly configured with the bath and shower separate from the vanity and the toilet – a very popular feature in 21st century modern architecture.

Smart and hardwearing vinyl plank flooring flows throughout the main living areas and hallways, and carpet is fitted in all bedrooms and the theatre room. Décor and tiling are tasteful and in excellent condition.

Also, on the 684sqm block, there’s a freestanding Colorbond shed in the backyard, which is fenced with lawns and easy-care gardens.

The quality-built property is a short walk from parkland, within easy reach of a supermarket, schools and TAFE, and a few minutes’ drive from town.
It is well worth an inspection if you’re in the market for a comfortable and well-designed family home in a sought-after location.

What you need to know:
– Modern, spacious family home
– Rendered brick and Colorbond construction
– 684sqm block
– Air-conditioned open plan living/dining/kitchen
– Theatre or family room
– Activity area
– Kitchen with dishwasher, chef’s stove and two pantries
– Laundry
– Master suite with walk-through his/her robe to ensuite bathroom
– Three double family bedrooms, all with built-ins
– Second bathroom with shower and bath and separate powder room
– Fully landscaped, fenced backyard with a Colorbond shed
– Double garage
– Stylish flooring, décor and tiling
– Walk to the park
– Easy access to schools, TAFE, supermarket

Forget about the fast pace and bright lights of the city. Instead, you could revel in the serenity and peace of this picturesque 3.43ha hobby farm and become semi-self sufficient.

But if you need to commute or visit the city for supplies, it’s only a 15-minute drive away, and the Great Southern Grammar school is even closer.

The Warren Road lifestyle property is in an idyllic location. Millbrook Creek runs partway along its eastern boundary and it backs onto the Billa Boya Reserve flanking the King River.

A long driveway leads through bushland to the home, sheds and gardens. The remainder of the block is fenced into one paddock with grazing land among mature gum trees and native bush.

The home has a carport at the side and verandas and native gardens front and back. A paved, undercover patio at one end is a sheltered spot for summer relaxation or entertaining.

Full-length windows in the lounge take in views of the block, and reverse-cycle air conditioning and a wood fire ensure a comfortable temperature for the open lounge, dining room and kitchen.

Two of the three bedrooms have built-in robes. These are double sized and the third is a good-sized single. The bathroom contains a bath and vanity and the shower and toilet are near the back door, off the laundry, for the convenience of those working outdoors.

Outbuildings are impressive. In addition to a 40m-long shade house suitable for a commercial horticulture enterprise, there’s a storage shed and a 15m x 9m five-bay Colorbond shed with power and lighting.

Water is plentiful from two rainwater tanks and a bore connected to reticulation for the lawns, fruit trees and vegetable garden.

There’s a chook run and a wood shed, and solar panels for hot water and power mean no electricity bills.

Here, you could enjoy living in the country without sacrificing services such as a waste collection and school bus service, which just make life easier.

Home of wild slipper orchids, a 150-year-old oak tree and numerous grass trees, this is a special place for those who value freedom and fresh air.

Discover its delights for yourself and start planning your stress-free lifestyle.

What you need to know:
– 3.43ha hobby farm
– Comfortable home
– Open lounge, dining room and kitchen
– Air conditioning and wood fire
– Three bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Bath, shower, laundry
– Solar panels for hot water and power
– Front and back verandas
– Paved, undercover patio
– Carport
– 15m x 9m Colorbond shed
– 40m shade house
– Garden shed
– Chook run
– Two rainwater tanks and a bore
– Reticulated vegetable patch, fruit trees, lawns
– Fenced grazing paddock with native vegetation and mature gums
– Suited to sheep, goats, alpacas
– Land adjoins Millbrook Creek and Billa Boya Reserve
– School bus nearby, waste collection
– 12 minutes’ commute to Albany
– 10 minutes to Great Southern Grammar

Straight from the top drawer, this quality home promises a privileged lifestyle with all the advantages of a peaceful semi-rural location just 12 minutes’ drive from Albany.

The brick and Colorbond home is sited on its 2.41ha block to maximise sweeping country views from all windows. It is sunny, airy and spacious with an inspiring contemporary design, tasteful décor, modern tiling and cabinetry, and superior finishing throughout.

Built in 2017, this real estate will be of particular interest to discerning homebuilders, as everything is complete and it still presents as new.

The hub of the home is a big central living area incorporating the lounge and dining room with the kitchen at one end.

Two sets of glass doors opening to the front and full-length windows make this a bright, inviting space, while a towering raked feature ceiling adds a further touch of opulence.

Sleek cabinetry with granite bench-tops, a dishwasher and five-burner cooktop feature in the kitchen, while a scullery off to the side has a food preparation sink, space for the fridge and freezer and a walk-in pantry, all keeping the main workspace clutter-free.

Two wings lead off the main area. One is to the three family bedrooms, all doubles with built-in robes, the main bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet, and a good-sized study or playroom.

The other wing accesses a TV lounge, an office and the luxurious king-sized master suite with a walk-through robe and its own shower room with vanity and separate toilet.

A paved, undercover rear patio provides another sheltered option for outdoor living.
Beautiful engineered oak flooring flows throughout the main living area, hallways and office, and plush carpet is fitted in all bedrooms and the TV lounge.

Ducted air conditioning to all rooms, window shutters in the bedrooms and an abundance of storage are some of the many well-considered features in this property.

Outside, the fenced, grassy block is conducive to grazing a few head of sheep, goats or alpacas, keeping chickens and planting vegetables and fruit trees. There’s a 30,000-litre rainwater tank, a rural shed with power and a double garage with direct access to the house.

With the excellence of construction, design and finishing, it’s clear to see why the builder has nominated this outstanding home as Winner of the Home of the Year in prestigious regional building awards!

What you need to know:
– Superior quality brick home
– Spacious, contemporary, presents as new
– 2.41ha lifestyle block
– Impressive open lounge and dining area
– Kitchen with sleek cabinetry, dishwasher
– Scullery and walk-in pantry
– TV lounge
– Study or playroom
– Office
– Luxurious master suite with shower room, toilet, walk-through robe
– Three double bedrooms with robes
– Plush carpets, oak flooring, classy tiling and décor
– Ducted air conditioning, excellent storage
– Fenced, grassy block
– Shed with power
– Double garage with access to home
– 30,000 litre rainwater tank
– 12 minutes’ commute to Albany

Since its grand beginnings in the 1880s, this outstanding character home has been lovingly preserved and expertly extended and modernised.
It represents a rare opportunity to purchase a high-quality historic home displaying original features without any further work to carry out.

Exhibiting late Victorian architecture of a symmetrical façade with a central door and a front veranda, the home stands on the lower slopes of Mt Clarence. Although it is only 300 metres from York Street, it takes in fabulous views over Princess Royal Harbour to Torndirrup National Park, the wind farm, the town hall and Mt Melville.

A distinctive granite dry-stone wall defines the wedge-shaped corner block of 858sqm, which has a garage and access to further off-street parking at the rear.
Jarrah floorboards, timber sash windows, high ceilings and open fireplaces characterise the inside of the home, which is spacious, inviting and immaculately presented.

A classic layout for a home of this period, it features a central hallway leading past four bedrooms to the main living area. All these bedrooms are generous and lend themselves to other uses to suit the owners, such as a library, studio or formal dining room.

The comfortable, spacious lounge, with an open fireplace, is towards the rear, near the extension, the two separated by a central atrium with a fish pond and seating nook. The newer part fits tastefully into the style of the original building.

Next is the well-appointed modern kitchen. A big, inviting room with superior cabinetry and a central dining table, this is a wonderful venue for family meals and casual entertaining with the French doors open to a sheltered pergola in the back garden.

A claw-foot bath with a shower is the focus of the generous bathroom at the rear. This is accessed through the laundry and also from a fifth bedroom, which adjoins a second sitting room. The toilet is separate, off the laundry.

Mostly in lawn, the back garden has a vegetable patch, a few native trees and private areas for sitting out and taking in the expansive view.
A fine example of home of its era, this will appeal to discerning buyers demanding character and convenience in one pleasant package.

What you need to know:
– 1880s character home
– Tastefully modernised and extended
– 858sqm corner block with extensive granite dry-stone wall
– Views over the harbour to Torndirrup, the wind farm, town hall, Mt Melville
– Classic late Victorian architecture, front veranda
– Jarrah floorboards, open fireplaces, high ceilings, timber sash windows
– Spacious rooms
– Modern kitchen with superior cabinetry and space for dining table
– Lounge with open fireplace
– Second sitting room
– Bathroom with claw-foot bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry
– Atrium with fish pond and seating nook
– Sheltered rear pergola
– Lawn, few native trees, private seating areas
– Garage and off-road parking
– 300m from the city centre
– Immaculate throughout

Tucked away near the end of a cul-de-sac in a “semi-rural” Milpara street, this substantial property could be perfect for a family looking to escape the ratrace.
It consists of a charming 1950s home, a huge shed and a block of 1845sqm – that’s nearly half an acre.

It’s the sort of property all the family will be happy to live in. There’s room for the kids to run off energy, heaps of shed space for working on vehicles or machinery, and great areas for entertaining, either indoors or out. An enclosed garden is perfect for the dog and there’s a run for the chooks.

Built of fibro and weatherboard with an iron roof, the neat home still exhibits some lovely original features, such as jarrah floorboards, high, decorative ceilings and timber window frames.

A hallway at the front door leads past two double bedrooms, one with a built-in robe, to the cosy lounge and the adjoining kitchen and dining room. There’s a bayonet fitting for a gas heater in the lounge and air conditioning in the dining room. The long kitchen has a corner pantry, a dishwasher and three windows overlooking the back yard.

At the back of the home are the laundry and a toilet, and an extension to the original building housing another two double bedrooms.

The bathroom has been upgraded from original and includes a bath, shower, vanity & toilet.

Outside is a treat for active families.
A deck at the back door leads down a few steps to a larger paved, covered patio.
A driveway leads to a parking area at the side of the house and a second driveway leads to the impressive 12m x 7m four-bay Colorbond shed with two high doors for big vehicles. This has a paved lean-to and power connected, and there’s heaps of further parking space besides.

The land is mostly in grass and has a sizeable fenced area around the house to contain pets and children, and at the far end of the block, the chook run, a vegetable garden, and a woodshed.

All this is priced at just $349,000, bringing it within reach of a wide range of homebuyers. Its proximity to schools, a supermarket and TAFE enhance its appeal.

Contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 to arrange an inspection before you miss out!

What you need to know:
– Neat 1950s weatherboard, fibro and iron home
– 12m x 7m shed for big vehicles with power and paved lean-to
– 1845sqm block in leafy cul-de-sac
– Original jarrah floorboards, decorative ceilings, timber windows
– Lounge with gas bayonet
– Dining space with air conditioning
– Kitchen with pantry and dishwasher
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry and second toilet
– Four double bedrooms, one with built-in robes
– Rear deck and paved, undercover patio
– Block mostly in grass
– Fenced area for pets, children
– Chook run
– Vegetable garden
– Two driveways – one to side of house; one to shed
– Opposite bushland at rear of TAFE and NASHS
– Walk to Coles supermarket

On the side of Mt Melville less than 1km from York Street sits a most impressive home with beautiful original features reflecting its 1960s heritage.

Big rooms with high ceilings, jarrah floorboards and leadlight windows in timber frames characterise this outstanding Serpentine Road property, which occupies a 2205sqm block – that’s more than half an acre.

Set well back off the road near the top of the sloping lot, it is reached via a long, paved driveway leading to a double garage on one side and a single carport on the other.

From its perch, it takes in wide-ranging views to Albany’s north-east and at the same time it is screened from the road by a row of mature trees.

It is a warm, inviting home centred on a spacious open living room. This consists of a comfortable sitting area with a wood fire and a generous dining space with full-length windows and a door leading to the back yard. The corner kitchen, with smart ivory cabinets with black granite bench-tops, a dishwasher and a walk-in pantry adjoining, is a modern, well-appointed workspace.

In addition to this main living room, there’s a second lounge. Another sizeable room, this has an efficient gas log fire and would be ideal for entertaining.

Then there’s the impressive theatre room. An extension to the original home, this cavernous space has its own external access and lends itself to many other uses to suit the owners.

All three bedrooms are king-sized. The master has a walk-in robe and en suite bathroom and there’s a second bathroom convenient to the other bedrooms.

While the living spaces are comfortable and warm in winter, there’s a choice of sheltered outdoor seating areas for the warmer months. These consist of a partly enclosed deck at the side of the home and an undercover back patio looking out to terraced garden beds, a lemon tree and a feature bougainvillea. There’s also a little courtyard with a water feature for quieter moments.

The block is mostly in lawn with some mature trees and gardens.
A beautiful family home with classic architecture suited to any style of furnishing, this will delight discerning new owners, who will also appreciate living on a rare big block on the city’s doorstep.

What you need to know:
– Extensive character home, built 1965
– 2205sqm block, mostly in lawn
– Wide-ranging view
– Generous rooms with high ceilings
– Jarrah floors, timber windows, some leadlight
– Open living room with wood fire
– Dining area with full-length windows and door to rear
– Lounge or formal dining room
– Appealing kitchen with dishwasher and walk-in pantry
– Huge theatre room with external access
– King-sized bedrooms
– En suite to master bedroom
– Second bathroom with separate toilet
– Sheltered side deck
– Undercover rear patio
– Double garage, single carport
– Exemplary presentation
– Less than 1km to York Street
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $250.40
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,189.29

A stylish, comfortable and well-designed family property, 6 Greatrex Road is airy, inviting and rock solid.
It was built by the current owners, who have loved it since day one and developed it to grow with their family and to suit their needs.

The impressive brick and tile home is set amid attractive, low-maintenance gardens and lawns on a block of 1,318sqm. It’s in a quiet street opposite native bushland and just a stone’s throw from the main road leading to Albany.

Inside, a generous open-plan living room is at the heart of this versatile home. It incorporates the air-conditioned family room, sizeable dining area and the kitchen, which sports attractive ivory cabinetry, a dishwasher and pantry.

Enhancing the living options is a terrific gable-roofed patio, reached via French doors from the family room. This 6m x 4m area is perfect for entertaining and has cafe blinds providing either shelter from the weather or a cooling summer breeze. There’s space here for family get-togethers or bigger gatherings, and it’s sure to be a favourite spot year-round.

There’s also an activity room – which could be used as a substantial home office – accessed at one end of the family area.

With a contemporary, new and renovated ensuite and its own walk-in robe, the master suite is another big room to delight the owners. It is located at the front of the house, while the three family bedrooms are at the rear. All three good-sized rooms with built-in robes share the main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity. The toilet is separate, off the renovated laundry.

In the back yard is another major drawcard. A 14m x 6m double-bay shed takes four vehicles, has power connected, and still has space left over for storage and work benches. There’s also plenty of off-road parking in addition to the shed.

Mostly in lawn, the big back yard also has a chook run, garden shed, great cubby house, 4,500-litre rainwater tank and on the roof, there is a 26-solar panel, 5 kVA system to cut the power bills.

Excellent carpets, vinyl timber-look plank flooring throughout the heavy traffic areas and shutters on all bedroom windows are other notable benefits of this home.

Its location is another reason this outstanding real estate will be snapped up by a new family, who will love its many features for years to come. The home is just approx. 3 minutes from a major shopping centre, approx. 6 minutes to Flinders Park Primary School, approx. 7 minutes to Great Southern Grammar and is in the Albany Senior High School zone and less than 2km to boat launching on The Esplanade.

This calibre of property will not last long, so avoid disappointment and contact Kyle Sproxton on 0438 880 439 today.

What you need to know:

– Brick and tile family home on 1,318sqm
– Impressive design and presentation
– Generous open plan living
– Family room
– Dining area
– Ivory kitchen with dishwasher and pantry
– Activity room
– Big gable-roofed patio with cafe blinds
– Master suite with contemporary bathroom and WIR
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Modernised laundry and separate toilet
– Three good-sized family bedrooms with BIRs
– Window shutters on bedrooms
– Excellent flooring and decor
– Four-vehicle shed with power
– 26 solar panel, 5 kVA system
– 4500-litre rainwater tank
– Chook run
– Cubby house
– 15 minutes to Albany, close to shopping centre, schools
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $250.40
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,122.21

Orion Avenue is part of a popular subdivision of stylish, modern houses with all family facilities within easy reach.

Number 3 is a lovely home with many features to make life easy, and all the conveniences today’s families can’t live without.

Stone and weatherboard cladding and a Colorbond roof create a smart façade and give the home terrific street appeal.

It occupies a 685sqm block, mostly in lawn and with a fully fenced back yard, and has a double garage as well as access to the rear for parking a trailer.

Inside, it is spacious and well appointed with a practical layout offering a choice of living areas to please parents and children alike.

A hallway from the front door leads through to a generous open living area at the back. This air-conditioned space incorporates a family room, dining area and impressive kitchen with an island bench, dishwasher and appealing cabinetry in latte tones.

At the end is a separate theatre room and glass doors lead out to a paved al fresco area, which allows privacy as well as shelter from the elements.

With a walk-in robe and en suite shower room with a separate toilet, the king-sized master suite is a quiet retreat. It is positioned well away from the family bedrooms, which are all doubles with built-in robes.

The main bathroom has a bath, shower and vanity and the toilet is separate, while at the back is a sizeable laundry with linen press, broom cupboard and built-in cabinetry.

Hardwearing and attractive vinyl plank flooring is fitted throughout the open living area and hallways, and the bedrooms and theatre rooms have quality carpet. All blinds, décor and tiling are in excellent condition.

Presentation is exemplary and it’s clear to see the home has been well looked after.
A fuel outlet and general store, schools, TAFE, cinema and a major supermarket are within easy reach, and there’s parkland and a lake within walking distance.

This is a desirable property, priced to appeal to a wide scope of buyers looking for a comfortable home in a great area.

What you need to know:
– Spacious, modern family home on 685sqm
– Smart stone and weatherboard-clad exterior
– Double garage and gates to back yard
– Open family room, dining and kitchen
– Theatre room
– Kitchen with sleek cabinetry, dishwasher, island bench
– Private, paved al fresco area
– Master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe
– Three double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Laundry with ample cabinetry
– Second bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Excellent carpets, décor, tiling and blinds
– Very well maintained and presented
– Fenced back yard
– Close to schools, TAFE, supermarket and fuel outlet
– Walk to lake and parkland
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,247.04

If you’re still in your first home and it’s bursting at the seams as your family grows, now is the time to move up the ladder.

You certainly wouldn’t be cramped for space at this attractive Bayonet Head property – it’s hard to beat for value and there’s a long list of reasons you should view it.
This is a well-proportioned home constructed of rendered double brick with a Colorbond roof, and it occupies a corner block of 1,209sqm – that’s almost a third of an acre.

It offers a choice of living areas, so family members would have their own space for work, play or relaxation. At one end of the house is a generous lounge or games room, while the main living space is an extensive family room with a sizeable dining area and big corner kitchen with neat ivory cabinetry and a walk-in pantry.

This entire space is fitted with both a wood fire and reverse-cycle air conditioning, and has full-length windows to take in the sun and the outlook to bushland opposite.
Through glass doors in the dining area is a sheltered, paved gazebo, a comfy spot for barbecues or lazy weekend brunches.

Parents would love the king-sized master suite. This has a walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom, and it’s sited well away from the three family bedrooms – two of which are double sized and one a single – and the main bathroom.

Smart modern ceramic floor tiles flow right through the living areas and hallway, and the bedrooms are carpeted.

Well maintained and in very good condition throughout, the home is ready for a new family to move in.

Just as impressive is the wide-frontage block, which has plenty of off-road parking, a carport and a garage, and double gates to allow access to the fenced back yard for secure parking of a trailer, caravan or dinghy. If you need a bigger shed, there is certainly space for one.

It is mostly in lawn, with low-maintenance gardens and a few mature trees for shade, as well as a garden shed and woodshed.

All this is in an excellent neighbourhood within a desirable family suburb and only a short distance from schools, shops, parkland and coastal recreation.
If a solid, spacious family home is on your list, this will certainly fit the bill.

What you need to know:
– Spacious rendered double brick and Colorbond home
– Corner block of 1,209sqm with excellent access
– Sunny open family room with views over bushland opposite
– Wood fire and reverse-cycle air conditioning
– Dining room with glass doors to yard
– Attractive kitchen with walk-in pantry
– Lounge or games room
– Sheltered gazebo
– King-sized master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe
– Two double bedrooms; one big single
– Family bathroom and separate toilet
– Fenced back yard, mostly in lawn
– Single garage, carport, further off-road parking
– Gates to yard for parking trailer or caravan
– Garden shed, woodshed
– Excellent neighbourhood, great suburb
– Close to schools, shops, parkland, fishing, boating
– 12-minute commute to Albany
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,218.16

Built just last year, this impressive modern property will delight families with children – or grandchildren – of any age.

Designed with space and versatility in mind, the brick and Colorbond home is smart and very well presented throughout. It sits in a streetscape of new homes in a desirable subdivision, where it occupies a corner block of 555sqm.

A generous open living area is the main focus of the home. With a wood fire and reverse-cycle air conditioning for a comfortable temperature all year round, this is zoned into a family room, dining area and kitchen.

In addition, there’s a sizeable theatre room at the front, which lends itself to use as a second sitting room, office or library. It is really up to the lifestyle needs of the new occupants.

With quality stone benchtops, white cabinetry, a 900mm oven, five-burner cooktop, rangehood, dishwasher space and a pantry, the kitchen is big enough for catering for family parties, which could be held in the big undercover patio accessed through glass doors from the family room.

Attractive vinyl plank flooring flows throughout the high-traffic areas and the main living room, and all blinds and tiling are stylish and contemporary.

The master bedroom, complete with walk-in robe and ensuite shower, toilet and vanity, is at the front of the home, away from the family bedrooms accessed via a hallway off the family room. All these have carpet and built-in robes.

Nearby are the family bathroom and the laundry with a separate toilet.
The double garage has storage space, a remote-controlled door and direct access to the living area.

The private back yard, which is in lawn with low-maintenance garden beds, is fenced and has a rainwater tank and washing line at the side. There’s reticulation to the front garden, from where the property takes in a lovely outlook over bushland towards the coast.

It’s easy to see the attraction of this location for families. It’s close to fishing, swimming and boating and there’s a park and lake just around the corner. Schools are within easy reach and a shopping centre and a major supermarket are a short drive away.

Built by a renowned local firm, this is a quality home with thoughtful extras, such as connection to NBN and cabling for a home theatre.
It is comfortable, airy and welcoming, and ready for new owners to enjoy the lifestyle it promises.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home with a rendered façade
– Quality-built in 2017, presents as new
– Corner block of 555sqm
– Modern with versatile layout
– Open living area
– Separate theatre room
– Stone benchtops & 900mm appliances in the kitchen
– Master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Smart flooring, décor, blinds, tiling
– Double garage
– Big undercover, paved patio
– Easy access to schools, shops, park, coastal recreation
– Less than 15 minutes’ commute to Albany
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,142.49
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,460.87

This is one of those truly special family homes where an idyllic lifestyle is offered, childhood bonds are forged, memories are made, and long after you have left it, it is impossible to forget.

It’s the sort of place that ticks every box in the list of features desired for a sea change: close proximity to secluded beaches and the harbour, walk trails and sought after schools; dynamic layout with room to move for everybody and lots of space for nature play, gardening bliss and relaxation in the great outdoors.

Set back from the road and tucked in behind a magnificent pond garden with a fusion of established native and flowering foliage, it’s a picture of relaxed Aussie living with a twist of class.

Stepping inside the home, you are swept directly into the spacious open plan style lounge room with ambient down lighting and a rich blue feature wall.
It flows into the spacious family dining room where large windows and a skylight lets plenty of natural light stream in by day, and the stainless steel feature down lighting create a golden glow by night.

Moving into the kitchen, where the layout allows social chatter while the family meals are being prepared, its open style looking out over a versatile family room, second dining area or informal lounge space, heated by a hearty wood fire. The kitchen itself has been refurbished over the years so that it is both functional and homely; it features a mass of bench and cupboard space, stainless steel dishwasher, electric oven and handy gas stove.

The flowing living areas also connect to the homes laundry and storage room, where there is enough space for additional fridge and freezer space or a large storage cupboard if you so wish.

Additional storage space can be found in the entrance hallway, and in a spacious storage room or servery which connects the kitchen and games room.
Glass doors from the open family area lead to one of the most impressive spaces within the homes interior- the absolutely enormous games and activity room with soaring raked ceilings, feature lighting hanging over the space and a series of large windows and glass doors which connect to the equally impressive patio area.

A sliding door from the informal family room leads to the bedroom wing of the home, introducing the two good size bedrooms leading from the hallway. The first is a queen size room with both sheer and solid blackout roller blinds and stainless steel feature lighting; the second, a nice double with timber venetians and a soft blue feature wall. A sliding door from the lounge-dining area leads to the third bedroom, a queen size room with camel wall tones and white drapes with an adjoining study / storage room.

They share the family bathroom with a bath and shower and nifty storage vanity.
And finally, the fourth is the spacious master suite with roller blinds, double his and hers built in robes, soft grey wall tine and access to the renovated ensuite with modern crisp white vanity, large shower with glass surrounds and toilet amongst sandy toned floor tiling.

Inside the house can also be found a handy doorway access to the huge garage/carport, where three cars can easily fit in tandem and a garage doors keeps it nice and secure while providing drive through access to the rear yard.
Outside, the patio is an absolute triumph, an expansive space with the warmth of exposed beams, lattice screening and a hearty Mediterranean style render on the rear wall.

The huge yard folds out beyond the patio like a nature play dream, with large established native trees, a cute treehouse, large rainwater tank plumbed in to the home, lush lawn, garden sheds, an array of beautiful fruit trees and an extravagant fenced veggie patch and chook yard.

The setup allows you to feel privacy, seclusion and spaciousness while still having all the convenience of being so close to town and other family perks!
Fill your family photo album with snaps of life being enjoyed within the spacious boundaries of this unique gem!

What you should know:
-Mammoth family home on 2023 sqm
-Space and relaxation close to all conveniences
-Multiple formal and informal living areas
-Giant patio entertaining area plus garage
-Fruit trees, veggies patch and chook yard
-2017/2018 Water Rates $250.40
-2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $2,070.11

The design of your new home will be restricted only by your imagination if you choose to build it on this extensive semi-rural block.

And you certainly won’t feel hemmed in on the 2550sqm residential building lot, which is in a neighbourhood of similar-sized properties – so the homes are well spaced – and with bush reserve opposite.

It also proves you can have the best of both worlds, bringing up your family on the land without compromising its ready accessibility to facilities.

Being 5km from the centre of Albany, this choice block is within a kilometre of a shopping centre, 2km from a major supermarket and a comfortable walk or bike ride away from TAFE and high school.

The best thing about this property, though, is the terrific lifestyle it promises. There’s space to build a sizeable home and sheds, plant veggies and an orchard, keep chooks and even park big vehicles if that’s your thing.

It’s a flat block with services ready for connection, so earthworks for a home and sheds would be straightforward.

Mostly in grass, the fenced block has well-drained soils and a few native trees towards the far boundary.

Design a home to suit your family’s individual needs and lifestyle, with spacious indoor and outdoor living areas and if you wish, a games room, studio and lawns for recreation. Then mark out sites for your extra garages, sheds and other outbuildings – there’s space for them all.

It’s all about location when it comes to building your new home, so choosing the right spot where you’ll be happy for years to come is essential.

Take a close look at this super block and appreciate the prospects for a wonderful lifestyle, whatever your priorities.

What you need to know:
– 2550sqm residential building block
– Semi-rural lifestyle lot
– Level block, services at boundary
– Fenced
– Lush grass, well-drained soil and a few native trees
– Space for an extensive home, sheds, big vehicles
– Keep chooks, plant veggies, grow fruit trees
– 5km to town, 1km to shopping centre, 2km to major supermarket
– Walk to high school and TAFE
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $250.40
– 2018/2019 City of Albany Rates $1,159.00

– 202,185M2 General Industry land (20ha/49.96acres)
– 63,057m2 of additional land allocated for public open space (6.3ha/15.5acres)
– Land adjoins Pendeen Industrial Estate
– Use as one large parcel or investigate further subdivision possibilities
– Buy now to secure valuable land
– Owner willing to consider smaller parcels of land
– Call Carly to discuss options today 0415 352 292