In the attractive rural township of Manypeaks, an easy drive from Albany, this neat property promises the idyllic country lifestyle many people aspire to – and proves there’s no need to break the bank to achieve it.

It consists of a timber and iron home on a 1,200sqm block with a chook run, veggie beds, lawns and space for parking big vehicles.

There’s something here to please every member of the family and it’s all within a short walk of the primary school, community centre and playground, as well as the general store selling fuel, liquor and groceries.

At the side of the home on the wide-frontage block is vehicular access to the back yard and on the other side, a double garage with additional space for stowing the trailer or dinghy.

Sliding glass doors from the front veranda open onto the lounge. Timber floors, a well-positioned wood fire, air conditioning and a leafy outlook make this a pleasant, comfortable room. This is open to the dining area – also with timber flooring – and the kitchen at the back.

Enhancing the living rooms is a huge covered, paved patio reached via the dining area. This is perfect for family Christmases, year-round undercover play space and planting a kitchen garden.

A hallway off the lounge leads to the three bedrooms, laundry, toilet and bathroom with bath, shower and vanity.

In the enclosed backyard is a newish chook shed with a fenced run and raised veggie beds as well as a concrete-floored garden shed and a rainwater tank.

There’s heaps of play space for little and bigger kids, and within 20 minutes’ drive are beautiful Cheyne Beach, Norman’s Beach and Betty’s Beach for camping and coastal pursuits such as fishing, swimming, bird-watching and walks. Mt Manypeaks and the nature reserve surrounding it are a few minutes’ drive away.

The school bus to Albany stops on the highway, just around the corner.

The new owners of this property will love being a part of the Manypeaks community, bringing up the family with fresh air, gathering their own chooks’ eggs and harvesting home-grown veggies while appreciating the tranquillity of this scenic area.

What you need to know:
– Timber and iron home
– Lovely country location, easy access to Albany
– 1,200sqm block, fenced back yard
– Parking for big vehicles plus double garage
– Lounge with timber flooring, wood fire, air conditioning
– Dining area with timber flooring
– Kitchen with new gas stove
– Front veranda
– Huge covered rear patio
– Three bedrooms, 2 with robes
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Enclosed backyard
– Chook run
– Vegetable beds
– Part of attractive rural community
– Walk to primary school, playground, community centre, bus stop to Albany high school
– Near general store – fuel, liquor, groceries
– Approx. 30 minutes to Albany
– 15 minutes to pristine fishing and camping beaches
– Council rates $1,346.88

Set in 11.48ha of private native bushland, this idyllic property on the banks of Nenamup inlet is an enchanting property offering a lifestyle versatility in living, options for value-adding a business or living a privileged, tranquil lifestyle in magnificent natural surroundings with water fowl, native birds and an abundance of wildlife.

This is a substantial property that includes three homes, each taking in magnificent views and set amongst the tall Karri trees, peppermints and other native flora.
The property situated on the banks of the beautiful Nenamup Inlet just a few meters from the door of the main mud brick character filled home.

Fishing, kayaking, bushwalks and bird-watching are all popular activities for the current owners and their visitors and friends.

New owners can live in the main home and accommodate family members or friends in the two nearby homes, otherwise there is the option run holiday accommodation or rent them out on a more permanent basis.

The main residence is sunny and welcoming, with an spacious open living space with cathedral windows bringing the surrounding environment inside with heating by a wood fire, the large rear deck overlooks the inlet plus a sheltered gable-roofed patio for entertaining.

On the first floor is the impressive king-sized master bedroom with jarrah flooring and built-in robes and there’s a double bedroom as well as an office or third bedroom downstairs.

The second home is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom exotic home of stone and iron with a wood fire, solar hot water system and a balcony and veranda with water views.

Built in 2015, the third home is a modern Colorbond and weatherboard two-bedroom, one-bathroom home, again with open living big windows and a deck overlooking bushland.

Both the second and third homes are well appointed and all furniture and equipment are included in the sale.

Outbuildings include a big shed and a double garage-workshop with power, water is plentiful from a soak and several rainwater tanks throughout the property, and each home has its own parking spaces.

The infrastructure is in excellent condition throughout offering the new owners to move in and enjoy the environmentally friendly lifestyle.

This is a prime location for buyers placing a priority on a quiet, native setting without compromising on accessibility to amenities.

Wineries, restaurants and national parks are all within easy reach. Denmark is 20 minutes away and the city of Albany is 35 minutes’ drive. School buses stop nearby for both towns, and the local store sells liquor, groceries and fuel.

What you need to know:
– Amazing Eco Retreat
– 11.48ha bushland on banks riverside
– Magnificent outlook through Karri and River Trees and Nenemup inlet
– Three Character filled homes in stunning location
– Two-bedroom main home with extensive windows, open living, deck, sheltered patio, office
– Second Stone three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with balcony, veranda, water views
– Third, modern home of two bedrooms, one bathroom, deck with bushland views
– Furniture and equipment included for homes 2 and 3
– Double garage-workshop with power
– Big general purpose shed with power
– Plentiful water from rainwater tanks and soak
– Kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, bush walking on property
– School buses stop nearby
– Nearby general store for fuel, groceries and liquor
– 20 minutes from Denmark, 35 minutes from Albany
– Council rates $1,276.00

In Albany’s historic precinct on the side of Mt Clarence and just 300 metres from the CBD, this classic heritage cottage displays a well-balanced, elegant blend of original character features with the essential modern amenities demanded by today’s buyers.

The veranda and two front bedrooms also share fabulous views over town and Princess Royal Harbour, from the wind farm to Torndirrup.

The charming original section of the home at the front has been thoughtfully preserved and restored. It displays beautiful jarrah flooring, high ceilings with decorative roses, picture rails and timber sash windows.

Textured stained glass flanks the traditional timber front door, and an ornate archway marks the transition from the hallway to the generous lounge, which has a gas log fire in the polished jarrah fireplace.

The three bedrooms, all of which are big doubles, two of which have jarrah fireplaces.

A modern addition at the rear consists of an inviting, sunny kitchen/dining area, with Double glass doors opening onto a courtyard and a lovely sheltered patio.

Timber kitchen cabinetry is set off with polished black stone benchtops, and there’s gas cooking as well as space for a dishwasher.

Opulent high-gloss ceramic floor tiling extends from the kitchen to the adjoining well-appointed laundry, shower room with toilet and vanity and separate second toilet.

A concrete driveway runs past the house to a car bay at the rear, still leaving room for a patio area for the winter sun – an important consideration for a home of this era.

Evocative of the early 1900s, the partly-rendered brick and iron home is very well presented and has undergone significant structural work as part of the renovation.

Another major drawcard for this home is its proximity to the shops, cafés, entertainment and attractions of the city, and both primary and high schools are within walking distance.

A rainwater tank, solar hot water system and insulation are other advantages of this property, which occupies a 380sqm block with gardens at the front.

Discerning buyers with an eye for a piece of Albany’s history will appreciate the character this home offers without having to sacrifice modern conveniences.

What you need to know:
– Historic character cottage near CBD
– Views over harbour and town to Torndirrup
– Original jarrah floors, sash windows, high ceilings
– Open fireplaces in lounge and two bedrooms
– Generous lounge with gas log fire original timber surround
– Three big double bedrooms
– Modern kitchen/dining area with gas cooking, space for dishwasher
– Undercover patio in rear courtyard
– Laundry with cabinetry
– Shower room with vanity and toilet
– Second toilet
– 380sqm block
– 300m from CBD – cafés, shops, entertainment and events
– Walking distance of primary and high schools
– Well preserved and tastefully renovated
– Rainwater tank, solar hot water, insulation
– Parking bay at rear
– Council rates $2,367.06
– Water rates $1,427.45

Here’s an excellent first property or rental prospect five minutes’ drive from town and with a lovely view to Mt Clarence and Mt Melville from the rear.

It will delight family buyers for its proximity to a few very good primary schools, supermarket, fuel outlet, liquor store and sports facilities, while couples or singles will also value the convenient location.

The well-maintained home, in a popular neighbourhood, is also priced to please those on a budget, and it’s sure to appeal to tenants as much as to owner-occupiers, so it’s one investors will want to consider.

The brick and tile home occupies a 690sqm block that’s ideal for kids with lawns front and back, and all the family will love the rear deck taking in the panoramic outlook and city lights.

This is a neat property, which has been on the receiving end of some TLC since its late 1970s origins.

Inside, attractive terracotta-style floor tiles flow throughout the main living area and hallway, and timber venetians are fitted to most windows.

Light, airy and comfortable, the open living area has a gas bayonet for convenient heating. At the front is the family room, flowing through to the dining area, where glass doors open onto the deck, the ideal spot for summer brunches and barbecues. Next to the dining room is the kitchen, with a wall oven and pantry, and a share of the view.

The main bedroom is queen-sized and the other two are doubles – big enough for kids to fit their desks and toys. A laundry, separate toilet and shower room with vanity complete the picture.

Parking is easy, with a double garage in the back yard and plenty of off-road space for visitors’ cars.

On the rear of the garage is a lean-to for the bins or bikes, and there’s a rainwater tank and a veggie patch as well as a good-sized garden shed.

This is a neat home ready for new owners to stamp their mark on it and cosy up knowing they’ve landed a bargain. There is also very good scope to value add so for anyone who is interested in a ‘project’ to flip, this property is certainly worthy of your consideration.

Properties in this price bracket are getting snapped up at the moment so please don’t delay in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to arrange an inspection, before you miss out.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– 5 minutes from town
– Lovely outlook to Mt Melville, Mt Clarence and town
– 690sqm block, fully serviced
– Large rear deck to enjoy the City and hillside views
– Open plan living
– Family room with gas bayonet
– Dining area with access to deck
– Kitchen with built in pantry and views
– Queen-sized main bedroom; two other doubles
– Shower room with vanity
– Laundry
– Separate toilet
– Double garage with lean-to
– Substantial garden shed
– Veggie patch
– Plenty of off-road parking
– Well maintained – ideal first home or rental
– Scope to value add
– Close to good primary school, shopping centre, sports
– Bike to high schools
– Council rates $2,129.36
– Water rates $1,427.45

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks

One of Albany’s newest, and most exciting, land releases is of sizeable parcels of picturesque and historic land near the Kalgan River.

Homebuilders demanding space for an extensive home and sheds, as well as appreciating a country lifestyle within a 20-minute commute of the city, are sure to warm to the many desirable characteristics of Olive Grove Estate.

An outstanding aspect of this development is its diversity, with a wide-ranging choice of block sizes and types.

The estate consists of 20 sites – with 19 remaining – ranging from 4052sqm to 1.31ha and priced from $175,000 to $250,000.

Some are completely cleared; others have native vegetation remaining for shelter and character, and a few have dams.

Topography is mainly flat and gently sloping towards the Kalgan River running to the north-west of the estate.

Most blocks span Glenelg Drive while others are accessed via Hunton Road, Myola Drive or Riverside Drive, which are almost entirely sealed roads. Some are battleaxe blocks set back from the road for privacy and seclusion. Lot 104 is planted with mature, fruiting olive trees.

The lots are fenced with Ringlock and barb and all services are at the boundary.

To preserve the integrity of this highly desirable estate and ensure land use and development enhance the function of the precinct, building is subject to the City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan. This plan, which instills confidence in buyers, details such safeguards as building setbacks from boundaries and permissible construction materials.

The estate is also protected by a specific bushfire management plan.

Take a walk on the blocks to explore the possibilities offered by each one. Then secure your choice of these select properties while deciding on the aspect and stunning design of your new home and planning your use for the land.

Supersized blocks near the Kalgan River are sure to draw the attention of executives, retiring farmers and buyers wanting a rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities within a reasonable drive.

A few minutes away from Great Southern Grammar and close to the fishing, water activities and walk tracks of this beautiful part of the region, Olive Grove Estate holds wide appeal.

What you need to know:
– New residential land release near Kalgan River
– Diverse choice of lifestyle blocks from 4052sqm to 1.31ha
– Priced from $175,000 to $250,000
– 19 remaining from 20 blocks
– Mainly flat and gently sloping
– Some cleared; others with native trees for shelter
– Some with dams
– All services at boundary
– Ringlock and barb fencing
– Integrity protected by City of Albany’s Kalgan Rural Village Structure Plan
– Bushfire management plan in place
– Suit executives, retiring farmers, rural dwellers
– 20-minute commute to city
– Few minutes’ drive to Great Southern Grammar
– Near fishing, water activities and walk tracks