The astute purchasers of this outstanding residential building block in one of the south coast’s most desirable locales will be rewarded with a highly appealing site for their home – or holiday home – and sensational ocean views.

A two-storey building would make the most of the wonderful outlook across Frenchman Bay to the peninsula and out to the Southern Ocean, with an ever-moving picture of ships sailing in and out of the port and stunning sunrises on the water.

This is a corner block on one of the highest residential lots in this friendly and welcoming community within a 20-minute commute of the city of Albany.

On the edge of the Torndirrup National Park, the Goode Beach settlement has a backdrop of natural bushland as well as the dress-circle outlook. It also displays an inspiring array of coastal architecture, from classic to contemporary, suggesting the developers of this block could be bold with design and creative with construction materials.

Siting living areas and the master bedroom to take in the best views would be an obvious move, as would including sheltered outdoor living spaces such as an upper-storey deck.

The block itself is a good-sized 748sqm, big enough to take a spacious home, and has a northerly aspect. It is slightly sloping and partly cleared with utilities at the boundary, and it offers the convenience of two-road access as well as the privacy of bush reserve across the road at the rear.

A few minutes’ walk away are pristine sandy beaches, sheltered bathing and sailing waters, excellent fishing spots and peaceful bush walking tracks. A school bus service operates between Goode Beach and Albany.

This presents a prime opportunity for investors or homebuilders to secure an impressive site in a fine coastal location with excellent prospects for development.

What you need to know:
– 748sqm vacant residential building lot
– Panoramic views to Frenchman Bay and the Southern Ocean
– Watch ships moving in to port, stunning sunrises
– Corner block with two-road access
– High vantage point, northerly aspect
– Partly cleared, slightly sloping
– Utilities at boundary
– Bush reserve at the rear
– Walk to beach
– Near fishing spots and bush walking tracks
– 20-minute commute to city of Albany
– School bus to town
– Prime site with excellent prospects

Set in the historical precinct on Mt Clarence overlooking the CBD, this charming original cottage takes in beautiful views over town, the foreshore, out to Princess Royal Harbour and beyond to Torndirrup National Park and the windfarm.

When this Rowley Street home was built, blocks with the best views were being developed in the growing town of Albany and this occupies one of them.

It also displays some lovely original character features of an early 1900’s home, such as high ceilings, timber floors, pine matchwood paneling, plus leadlights around the front door.

The fibro and Colorbond home has been well preserved and modernised over the decades, however much of the original features have been left in place, so with a little creativity this home can be restored to its former glory.

As you approach the home there is a front porch and protected outdoor seating area on the undercover courtyard, sheltered from the road by a few trees for privacy while maintaining the inner city feel.

You enter the home through an ornamental leadlight front door that opens into a paneled passage with polished wooden floors, with two good sized double bedrooms opening off to either side and a smaller single bedroom/office at the front of the home.

At the end of the passage are French doors opening into the living area at the back of the home, where the best views are. The comfortable, sunny lounge has a wall of windows with French doors leading out to a small deck.

From here, you could take in the outlook over the entertainment centre, gaze out at yachts sailing on the water and the evening glow of the town lights at night. A real treat will be your dress-circle view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks.

To the side of the lounge is the kitchen with space for a dining table, cabinetry along two walls and a gas cooker. The old wood meters stove in its original nook is only ornamental now, but makes a fascinating talking point.

At the rear is the laundry, the bathroom with bath, shower and basin, and the separate toilet.

Another useful space is a good-sized room under the house. Ideal for storage, this also incorporates a workshop with power and lighting.

The back garden, mostly lawn with a few native trees for character and shade, is terraced into three sections to lend practicality to the sloping block.

There is off-road parking which gives vehicle access to the rear of the property, a real bonus on these old Albany streets.

This is a comfortable, inviting and well-presented home with a warm maturity and a welcome proximity to the amenities and nightlife of town a few minutes’ walk away.

It sits on a 580 sqm block in a varied and highly appealing historic precinct comprising homes from a similar era, making this a truly delightful proposition for buyers looking for a character property.

What you need to know:
– Character cottage in historic precinct
– Fantastic harbour, town and foreshore views
– Polished timber floors, high ceilings, timber panelling
– Lounge with picture windows and French doors to deck
– Deck overlooking town and harbour
– Kitchen with dining space and gas cooking
– Bathroom with bath, shower
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Undercroft storage room and workshop with power
– Sheltered front courtyard
– Terraced back garden
– 580sqm block
– Off-road parking rear access
– Well-maintained and presented
– Walk to amenities and nightlife of town
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,016.03

Settle your family into this spacious, private property and you won’t want for anything.

It’s a comfortable, open-plan home on a 723sqm block and in an excellent location at the end of a short cul-de-sac with bushland adjoining.

It also has a fantastic alfresco area big enough for parties, a shed-workshop and parking for all your vehicles.

Built of brick and iron, the home has space aplenty for family members to relax, play and entertain in style. At its heart is the family room, dining area and kitchen, a generous space augmented by another lounge, TV room or theatre room at the front of the house.

Probably one of the most popular areas all year round will be the huge sheltered alfresco at the rear. This paved area has a gable roof and a built-in barbecue at one end as well as space for outdoor lounge and dining settings to accommodate a big family or lots of guests.

Overlooking the air-conditioned family room is the pleasant kitchen with a pantry, under-bench oven, gas cooktop and good cabinetry.

With a walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom, the master bedroom is located at the front of the home, well away from the three family bedrooms, two of which have built-in robes.

A second bathroom with bath, shower and vanity is handy for the family bedrooms and the toilet is off the laundry next door.

Practical and warm cork tiling flows throughout the living areas and bedrooms, and window blinds and décor are in good condition.

The fully fenced back yard is a revelation. As well as the impressive alfresco, there’s a double-bay shed-workshop with a carport at the side big enough to house a boat.

The jet-ski and other toys could go in the shed, and there’s room for secure parking of the caravan, trailer and ute, as well as the family car in the carport adjoining the house at the front.

This is a property offering active families a terrific lifestyle within easy reach of good schools, shops, the boat ramp and fishing and recreation spots.

It’s a solid, low-maintenance home, priced to appeal to family buyers and those with big vehicles to park and lots of friends to entertain.

What you need to know:
– Double brick and iron family home
– 723sqm block at end of cul-de-sac, adjoining bushland
– Air-conditioned open family room, dining area and kitchen
– Separate TV lounge
– Huge paved, gable-roofed alfresco area with built-in barbecue
– Kitchen with under-bench oven, pantry, gas cooktop
– Master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms, two with robes
– Laundry and toilet
– Fenced back yard with vehicular access
– Big shed-workshop with lean-to for boat
– Plenty of secure parking for big vehicles
– Carport adjoining house
– Lawns front and back
– Easy access to fishing, boat ramp, recreation
– Close to good schools, shops, approx. 12 mins to town
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,339.54

If fishing, kayaking, sailing and swimming are your favourite leisure activities, they would be almost on your doorstep if you chose to build your new home on this attractive block.

You could launch the dinghy at the Lower King boat ramp and be throwing out a line in Oyster Harbour within a few minutes of leaving home. Or you could head in the opposite direction and fish or play in the river.

This is an attractive block, and at 805sqm, it’s bigger than many suburban lots, allowing space for a sizeable home as well as a shed for all the toys.
It faces north-west and is easily accessible, with a wide frontage.

The land has a slight slope and it is completely cleared, ready for site preparation. All utilities are at the boundary, and fencing is in place on three sides.

Building a two-storey home would give you a lovely view towards the river, an outlook you could exploit if your design had living and entertaining areas upstairs.

Lower King is a highly appealing community with a country feel, though it’s only 12 minutes from Albany’s CBD and has the convenience of all amenities close by.

Schools, including the renowned Great Southern Grammar, are within easy reach, and there’s a supermarket and two fuel outlets and liquor stores less than five minutes away.

This block’s realistic price is another reason for giving it serious consideration if you’re planning to build a home – it will get you off to a great start with your exciting construction project.

What you need to know:
– 805sqm residential building lot
– Cleared, slightly sloping
– Fenced on three sides
– Big enough for generous home
– Build two-storey for leafy view towards river
– Easy access to boat ramp, fishing and sailing in Oyster Harbour
– Kayaking, fishing in King or Kalgan Rivers
– Well located for Great Southern Grammar
– Short drive to supermarket
– Two liquor stores and fuel outlets less than five minutes away
– Well priced

Here’s a gem of a place for those who relish the prospect of adding value to a well-located property.

It’s right near the edge of the CBD and has a fabulous outlook over the southern outskirts of town and as far as the coastal hinterland and Gull Rock National Park.

The brick and tile home is in good condition and could be left as it is and leased while the owners decide on a strategy for renovation or development.

It is sited near the front of the block, leaving a sizeable space for extending or building a second residence, or subdividing the R30/Residential zoned 1,046sqm lot.

Developers may choose to retain the existing dwelling and subdivide off the rear of the lot or remove the existing building and use the entire area of land for a new construction project.

On the other hand, owner-occupiers might want to extend and add bedrooms, modernise the kitchen and bathroom – even though they’re perfectly clean and functional – and enjoy the big back yard and the proximity to the amenities of town on the doorstep.

Inside, all the rooms are spacious. At the front are two king-sized bedrooms and at the rear, a generous kitchen-dining room with plenty of cabinets and a terrific view from the kitchen sink.

The adjoining lounge is another good-sized room, which is sunny and comfortable.

Near the back door is the laundry, leading through to the bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet.

There is a humble garage and carport at the side and at the front there’s an area of garden and lawn.

Almost next door is the Albany Primary School and opposite that, Albany Senior High School. The shops, library, café strip, nightlife and events in the city are all within easy walking distance of this brilliantly located real estate.

An inspection of this impressive property is necessary for prospective purchasers to appreciate the various options it presents for serious value adding or a well-priced investment to settle into.

Whether you’re an investor, developer, renovator or homebuyer looking for a comfortable place on a big block close to town, you should not miss this one.

Here’s a terrific property for first timers and rental investors – you’ll be hard pushed to find a neater place for this price.

You wouldn’t have to compromise on space, either, as this family home occupies a corner block of 861sqm with a powered double garage and gates to an extra space for parking the caravan.

The property is in the lovely, leafy suburb of Gledhow, a few minutes from town and within easy reach of schools, shops and recreation amenities.
Built in 1985, the established brick and tile home has been well maintained and nicely designed with full-length windows in all rooms giving it a sunny and welcoming ambience.

At the front is a good-sized lounge with air conditioning and a big wood fire. This opens onto the dining area, where glass doors lead out to a beaut undercover paved patio overlooking the private back yard.

Although dated, the kitchen is clean and in good condition – it is certainly functional and would serve very well for a rental property, though owner-occupiers might plan to modernise it. It overlooks the back yard and has gas cooking and a built in pantry.

Two of the three bedrooms are doubles and the third is a good-sized single. The bathroom, which has had a makeover at some stage, has a bath, separate shower and vanity, and the toilet is located in another part of the house, accessed via the adjacent laundry.

New carpet is fitted in the lounge and one of the bedrooms, and new vinyl flooring flows through the kitchen, dining and along the hall.

Most of the block is in lawn, with a few native trees and reticulated garden beds, ideal for planting veggies and herbs. It is fenced for the children and pets to play safely.

There’s space for stowing the trailer at the rear of the freestanding garage, near the woodshed and rainwater tank. The house is also connected to sewerage and scheme water.

Overall, this is a tidy, sunny and comfortable property with good indoor and outdoor living spaces and plenty of scope for owners to adapt it as they wish.
Budget buyers will be impressed.

What you need to know:
– Well-maintained brick and tile home
– 861sqm corner block
– Leafy suburb few minutes from town
– Full-length windows for sunny rooms
– Good-sized lounge with wood fire and air conditioning
– Dining area with access to the outdoor area
– Clean kitchen with gas cooking and pantry
– Paved, undercover patio overlooks back yard
– Three bedrooms – two doubles, one good-sized single
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– New flooring in most rooms
– Neat gardens – lawns and reticulated garden beds
– Powered double garage
– Woodshed
– Space for trailer
– Gates to yard for caravan
– Connection to sewerage and scheme water
– Easy access to schools, shops, recreation
– Ideal first home or rental investment
– Good value buying in great locale
– Water rates 1353.73
– Council rates 1987.16

Finding a residential building block that’s out of the ordinary, in a terrific suburb, with a lovely outlook and with the coast and amenities close by can be challenging – yet this exceptional piece of land has all this and more.

For a start, it’s a huge 1607sqm, and it’s in a quiet cul-de-sac among quality modern homes.

The wide-frontage block slopes up from the road to a cleared, elevated and levelled house site, ideal for a sizeable home designed to take in the wide-ranging, leafy views while enjoying the benefits of privacy and space.

Original natural bush, including peppermints, paperbarks and woolly bushes, has been retained in pockets on the slope, screening the house site and making a beautiful green setting. An alternative would be to clear the trees and install terraced gardens to set off the home at the top.

There’s enough space for a shed or two and all utilities are at the boundary, ready for connection.

Little Grove is a desirable location for many people for its accessibility to the city, which is less than 10 minutes away, and its proximity to a very good primary school, bus to Albany high schools, general store and fuel and liquor outlet.

Within walking distance of this site is the shore of Princess Royal Harbour, well known for its crabbing and fishing spots. The sailing club is a short drive away.
The suburb is protected by a local authority structure plan, which ensures any building complements the natural environment. This maintains the integrity and adds to its attraction for newcomers as well as people relocating within the community.

Those hankering for a private retreat do not need to sacrifice convenience with this well-located and highly appealing building lot.

What you need to know:
– 1607sqm residential building lot
– Quiet cul-de-sac location
– Wide frontage
– Cleared, flat house site at top of block
– Wide-ranging leafy views
– Space for home and shed
– Slopes up from road
– Pockets of natural bush for privacy
– Desirable suburb
– 10 minutes from CBD
– Walk to the coast
– Fishing, sailing, crabbing in Princess Royal Harbour
– Easy access to primary school and bus to high schools
– General store, fuel and liquor nearby
– Green suburb with protected natural environment

Here’s a block with real character, just the ticket for those looking to build a unique retreat.

The 801sqm residential building lot is in a quiet cul-de-sac in the beautiful, leafy suburb of Little Grove, amid quality new homes.

It’s also just 10 minutes from the CBD, proving that homebuilders yearning to live in green surroundings need not sacrifice the convenience of the city.

At the front is a flat house site. This merges into an area of native bush on land sloping up to the back boundary, which creates a lovely backdrop of trees – it’s sure to make any type of building feel like a private sanctuary.

In addition to the bush, there’s plenty of space for gardens and a shed. The children will love nature’s playground and everyone will enjoy the lovely outlook from the top of the block.

A few metres away, within the cul-de-sac, is a public right of way leading to the coast for fishing and crabbing. Launching the dinghy is a short drive away and for more serious sailors, the Princess Royal Sailing Club is close by.

Taking a drive around the neighbourhood is sure to provide inspiration for a home design to suit the attractive block and natural setting.

Families love the Little Grove lifestyle for the country feel with the convenience of amenities close by. A very good primary school is a walk away and the school bus to Albany stops on the main road.

The popular general store – with liquor and fuel as well – is within easy reach, and the Torndirrup National Park with walk tracks and fishing spots is also only a few kilometres away.

For those who prefer to stay at home and enjoy the surroundings, this site will take a lot of beating for privacy and tranquility.

All utilities are at the boundary ready for connection and the realistic price will enable new owners to get off to a great start with their building project.

What you need to know:
– 801sqm residential building lot
– In quiet cul-de-sac amid new homes
– Building space at front
– Area of natural bush on sloping land towards rear boundary
– Backdrop of native trees for home
– Private and tranquil setting
– Lovely outlook from top of block
– Public walkway to coast close by
– Fishing, crabbing, sailing in harbour
– Near Torndirrup National Park – walks and fishing spots
– Close to good primary school and bus for high school
– General store, fuel and liquor outlet within easy reach
– All utilities ready for connection
– Desirable location among quality new homes

This parcel of residential building land in Ardross Crescent is big enough to take a sizeable home and shed with space left over for gardens, veggies, fruit trees and the family pets.

It is an excellent block to appeal to a wide scope of home builders, from singles and couples to families and investors, all of whom will find a special reason for settling on this investment.

With the beach only about 1½km away, the golf course a tad closer and the football club around the corner, the location is perfect for active people from children to seniors.

The 763sqm of land has easy access to parks and scenic walks as well as being a few minutes’ drive from schools, shops, medical and sporting facilities and even the centre of town. Those who enjoy fishing, boating and kayaking have all these within easy reach.

Fenced on three sides and with all utilities at the boundary, the attractive lot is ready for building. It is cleared and flat, so site works will be straightforward.
In a quiet crescent among quality, established homes in a good neighbourhood, it lends itself to a modern building with generous indoor and outdoor living spaces and the latest architectural design and amenities.

Building a home can be an exciting time, yet it’s important to choose a site for comfort and security for years to come. This desirable lot allows the owners to secure their future by tailoring a home to their individual lifestyle, then selecting a builder to deliver the dream.

What you need to know:
– 763sqm residential building lot
– Build a generous home and shed
– Quiet crescent in good neighbourhood
– Walking distance to beach, golf course and football club
– Close to parks and scenic walk tracks
– Few minutes from schools, shops, medical and sporting facilities, town
– Fishing, boating, kayaking within easy reach
– Flat, cleared and fenced
– All utilities ready for connection
– Council rates $1,159.00

From its vantage point on an 875sqm block on Mount Melville, this lovely character home enjoys expansive views from Middleton Bay and Gull Rock National Park, over Albany and as far as the Porongurups.

A terrific property sure to hit the mark with an active family, it is a short drive from the CBD and a bike-ride from schools and sports facilities.

With a northerly aspect, this is a sunny, warm and inviting home with polished original jarrah floorboards and decorative ceilings reflecting its 1960s heritage.
Making the most of the outlook is a sunroom or dining room at the front, with three windows on two walls. This opens onto the renovated kitchen, a well-appointed room with a dishwasher, island bench and plenty of cabinets.

Next is the generous lounge, a comfortable room at the front with a share of the view.

At the back of the house is an open activity area or office, off which come the three bedrooms, bathroom and laundry.

All the bedrooms are doubles and the master has built-in robes. The bathroom, with both bath and shower, has also been revamped in recent years.
A real treat is the extensive rear deck, covered and screened from the weather and big enough for family gatherings.

Enhancing the living spaces is an impressive freestanding Colorbond studio or games room. Currently used as a gym, this is a long, versatile room every family would love to have.

Living is easy and parking is no problem, either. There are two driveways, one to a single garage under the house and the other at the side for extra vehicles.

Gardens surrounding the property are mostly in lawn bordered by garden beds, shrubs and trees, and the back yard is fully fenced to contain small children and pets.

Waking up to views like this would get your day off to a fine start, so inspect this charming property and consider the many reasons a Mount Melville lifestyle is so desirable.

What you need to know:
– Family home on elevated 875sqm lot
– Expansive views from Middleton Bay to Porongurups
– Fibro/cladding and iron construction
– Cul-de-sac location
– Original 1960s features – jarrah floors, decorative ceilings
– Front sunroom or dining room
– Renovated kitchen with dishwasher, island bench, good cabinetry, space for dining table
– Comfortable lounge
– Fabulous undercover, sheltered deck
– Activity room or office
– Versatile studio or games room
– Three double bedrooms, one with robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Single garage plus good extra parking
– Fenced back yard
– Few minutes from CBD, schools, sports
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,131.54

By renovating, extending or replacing this well-located real estate, an astute investor could reap serious rewards.

It consists of a traditional timber and iron cottage on a corner block of 774sqm with potential to subdivide (R25 zoning) in prestigious Middleton Beach, a few minutes’ walk from the coast and all the attractions of this major tourist precinct.

The property offers so many options for adding value and has water views just waiting to be exploited.

A renovation project could retain some of the home’s original features, which include jarrah floorboards in most rooms and several timber sash windows.
Its site near the front of the block allows plenty of space for a rear extension or separate unit – possibly two-storey to maximise the view.

Another advantage is its vehicular access around the corner in Wylie Crescent, where there’s plenty of off-road parking, a grassed area, a series of vegetable beds and numerous peppermint trees. Removal of the trees would free up the land for construction or more parking and let in the coastal outlook from the rear of the existing building.

Inside, the home includes an open, air-conditioned kitchen and dining room with adjoining sunroom. The kitchen has fitted jarrah cabinetry with natural-edge bench-tops and a gas cooker.

At the front is a lounge with a wood fire leading through to a sitting room or office.
The three double bedrooms share a generous combined laundry and bathroom with bath, shower and basin, and the separate toilet.

Providing options for outdoor living are front and rear decks and a front veranda.
This is an outstanding opportunity to purchase coveted Middleton Beach real estate either to live in or capitalise on.

Being so close to the coast, within biking distance of schools and a few minutes’ drive from the city centre are other reasons this suburb is valued among Albany’s most discerning property owners.

Those looking for a good-sized block and home in this highly prized area should take a closer look at its many excellent prospects and its potential for fabulous views.

What you need to know:

– Timber and iron cottage
– 774sqm corner block
– Potential to subdivide (R25 zoning)
– Prestigious suburb
– Water views could be exploited
– Walk to Middleton Beach and tourist area
– Few minutes to schools and town centre
– Ripe for renovation, extension or replacement
– Access from Wylie Crescent
– Good parking space
– Jarrah floorboards in most rooms
– Some timber sash windows
– Lounge with wood fire
– Kitchen with jarrah cabinetry
– Air-conditioned dining area and sunroom
– Second sitting room or office
– Three double bedrooms
– Combined bathroom and laundry
– Separate toilet
– Front and rear decks, front veranda
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $1,958.28

A lifestyle property that is unique to anything else you will find. Immaculately presented and finished with an impeccable eye for detail. A newly built contemporary homestead with character features boasts country living with two fully independent units attached for the ultimate holiday let opportunity, bed & breakfast or perhaps for the extended family.

With spectacular rural views from every angle, this home simply cannot be ignored.

Indulge in water play as the King River elegantly runs past your private and serene 21.90ha block of mainly pastured lands. With a scattering of bush throughout creating a perfect opportunity to build some holiday chalets, adding to the existing holiday accommodation and potentially achieving additional income. With 54 acres of fully fenced land to choose from you’d never know your guests were there.

Providing further joys to living the country lifestyle is the added benefit of being a mere 15-minutes drive to Albany’s historic city centre and trendy York Street.

Architecturally inspired with custom-made timber features, the sophistication of this home offers streamlined aesthetics, complimented by high ceilings, solid jarrah floors, decorative light and fan fittings – this home is exceptional.

With no shortage of water the property also offers dams and is perfect for the cattle and sheep farmer, even horse lovers. Build a lifestyle for the entire family and never look back.

The living areas are beyond expansive with windows letting in an abundance of light that carries through into a huge kitchen with casual breakfast bar, ample cupboards, bench space and not forgetting the free standing gas burner and oven. All this nestled between fine timber craftsmanship, an absolute honour to view and a real must see to be fully appreciated.

Moving forwards you’ll be excited to step inside the colossal conservatory, boasting high ceilings with exposed beams and french doors placed at each end to extend the entertaining out on to the verandahs. The perfect place for the decadent pool table and bar perhaps and even the big flat screen TV for the sport loving enthusiasts in the family. Whatever your desires they can be truly met here. All you need is your imagination and the rest will fall into place effortlessly.

Before viewing the exquisite, fully furnished units we will explore the front quarters of the residence. Here you will find a dedicated office, 2 double bedrooms including the master bedroom. The indulgent master room boasts an enormous walk-through wardrobe that leads into an exceptionally large ensuite.
The indulgence just keeps coming with a second floor offering a forth massive bedroom with built-in robes as well as a private living area with fitted sink and entrance to the loft for ultimate storage capabilities. Perfect for guests or the teenagers in your life.

Now picture yourself running two luxurious, fully self-contained 1×1 units. Both units have open-plan kitchens, lounge and dining areas in-keeping with the style of the main house using matching timber craftmanship and contemporary style bathrooms. An absolute treat for future guests with private entrances to add to the holiday experience where they can enjoy watching the kangaroos in the evening that venture in to feed and lay around. It feels like your own private wildlife sanctuary.

The area offers everything from absolute solitude and peace through to river and fishing play, fantastic wineries, excellent boating and world-class beaches.

What you should know:
– Superb 54 acre lifestyle block
– Perfect for cattle, sheep and horses
– Rural panoramic views
– Exquisite and decadent residence
– Two additional fully self-contained units attached
– Country living yet close to town & amenities
– Exceptional craftsmanship and design throughout
– Huge conservatory entertainer
– Build holidays chalets for additional income
– 3 Rainwater tanks

Imagine walking to the bottom of your garden and throwing out a line, launching the dinghy and taking a dip in the clear waters of the King River.

Then inviting your friends to join you as you serve your catch in one of several terrific indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Or you could just soak up the peace and tranquility of this idyllic estate just 10 minutes’ drive from Albany.

The brick and tile home occupies a block of 1895sqm, mostly in grass with easy-care garden beds. There’s a double carport under the main roof and an impressive 11m x 7m freestanding Colorbond shed-workshop with a shower, toilet, basin and power connected.

From the living areas at the rear, big windows and glass doors bring in the lovely outlook of tall gums in a strip of river reserve at the bottom of the garden and beyond to the water itself, just a few metres from the home.

Living options include a comfortable sunken lounge with an adjacent good-sized games room. The dining area adjoins the pleasant kitchen, which has a dishwasher, pantry and plenty of cabinets.

Next to this is another versatile room, ideal for use as a sitting room, formal dining room or office.

A sheltered, gable-roofed al fresco area at the front is sure to be a popular outdoor living spot at any time of year, while for warmer days, there’s a rear patio overlooking the river.

Of the four bedrooms, the master has an en suite bathroom and built-in robes and the others – all doubles with robes – share a bathroom.

A solar system provides summer hot water, while the big wood fire in the lounge does the job in winter. Flooring is practical natural slate in the main living areas and the décor is clean and light.

Space and versatility are hallmarks of this outstanding property. On the one hand, you have a terrific country lifestyle; on the other, the city, schools and all family facilities are within easy reach.

What you need to know:
– Spacious brick and tile home
– Versatile layout and lovely outlook
– Right on the King River
– Few metres to fishing spots, dinghy launch, kayaking, swimming
– 1895sqm block, mostly grass
– Lounge with wood fire and air conditioning
– Games room
– Second sitting room or office
– Dining area
– Big, attractive kitchen with dishwasher and pantry
– Gable-roofed al fresco area
– Patio overlooking river
– Master bedroom with en suite and built-in robes
– Three double bedrooms with robes
– Second bathroom
– Laundry and separate toilet
– 11mx7m shed-workshop with power, toilet and shower
– Woodshed
– Solar hot water system
– Attractive flooring and décor
– 10 minutes from Albany
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,122.21

Select your ideal house site on an elevated section of this exceptional rural block, and then design your new home to capitalise on the wonderful outlook over your own domain and out to the Southern Ocean.

The picturesque 82.15ha farmlet is only 25 minutes’ drive from the centre of Albany and within easy reach of Great Southern Grammar, Nanarup Beach and Two Peoples Bay for swimming and fishing.

This is a well-managed property of gently undulating pasture, currently running cattle. It is mostly cleared with pockets of virgin timber bushland for shelter and a belt of trees along the road boundary.

In a good rainfall area, the land has abundant water from several soaks and dams as well as a creek running through.

Fencing is sound and includes some recently replaced Ringlock, and a laneway through the centre facilitates movement of cattle between paddocks.

From the highest point at the rear of the block, the panoramic rural and ocean view opens up, making this a perfect spot for building a homestead. It is also sheltered by natural bush.

The home could be as big as you wish and designed to maximise the outlook while including generous indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Machinery and general-purpose farm sheds, cattle yards, garages and workshops could all be built to suit your own needs.

This outstanding estate will impress farmers looking to retire without sacrificing a life on the land and executives seeking a rural lifestyle within commuting distance of the city.
Taking a walk on the land will convince you of this estate’s many attributes and the prospects for a wonderful life.

What you need to know:
– Picturesque 82.15ha lifestyle block
– House sites with beautiful ocean views
– Well-managed cattle property
– Gently undulating pasture with laneway for stock movement
– Good water – several dams, soaks and a creek
– Sound fencing includes some new Ringlock
– Pockets of natural bush for shelter
– Belt of trees at road boundary
– Build to maximise view
– Space for sheds, cattle yards, garages and workshops
– Ideal for retiring farmers or executives
– Few minutes from Great Southern Grammar
– Easy access to Two Peoples Bay and Nanarup Beach

If your wish list is so long that finding a home with everything seems a distant dream, you must see this lovely, big home in Woodrise Estate.

There are so many desirable aspects to this versatile property, it would be sure to fit the bill with the most demanding of purchasers.

The extensive brick and tile home sits on an elevated corner block of 998sqm. It is set in beautiful gardens and enjoys an outlook over the neighbouring park.

It also offers a choice of living areas. The hub of the home is a sunny, air-conditioned family room open to the dining area and a comfy sitting room or activity space.

Ivory ceramic floor tiles flow through this high-traffic area, where floor-to-ceiling windows let in lots of sun.

In a corner of this generous room is the appealing kitchen complete with a dishwasher and corner pantry.

Along a hallway is a more private, comfortable lounge with full-length windows and plush carpet, and at the rear are two delightful outdoor living and entertaining spaces. One is a good-sized sunroom with pull-down sun blinds; the other is an undercover patio overlooking the private back garden with a lawn and attractive flower beds.

The king-sized master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet and the luxury of two walk-in robes.

All double-sized with built-in robes, the other three bedrooms share the family bathroom with a bath, shower and vanity, and the separate toilet.

The features don’t stop there. In addition to a carport at the side door and under the main roof, there’s an impressive freestanding 9x8m Colorbond double-bay garage-workshop with heaps of storage space, power and hot and cold water connected.

This outstanding family property has been well maintained and is presented brilliantly inside and out.

All flooring, window treatments and tiling are in excellent condition and complemented by clean, neutral décor.

There are even added security features such as electric operated shutters on windows in keys areas, including the master bedroom and kitchen.

Town is a short drive away and schools, sports, shops and medical facilities are also within easy reach of this well-located real estate.

Bring your wish list and start ticking off all your desirables – you just might have found the home you’re looking for.

What you need to know:
– Big brick and tile family home
– 998sqm corner block
– Elevated site with pleasant outlook
– Generous open living area – family room, dining, sitting room or activity space
– Separate private lounge
– Glazed sunroom overlooks garden
– Sheltered al fresco area
– Well-appointed kitchen with dishwasher and pantry
– Master bedroom with en suite shower, toilet and vanity and two walk-in robes
– Three double-sized family bedrooms with built-in robes
– Family bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, separate toilet
– Laundry
– Excellent flooring, décor, window treatments
– Air conditioning
– Electric operated security shutters on key windows
– Freestanding double garage-workshop with power
– Carport at side door
– Close to schools, shops, hospital, 5 minutes to CBD
– Water rates $1,353.73
– Council rates $2,478.73