Whether you’re looking for an affordable home to live in or rent out, or fancy getting your teeth into a moneymaking project, you’ll find plenty of scope in this Mt Melville charmer to achieve your aims.
Occupying an elevated site of 700sqm on the north-east side of the hill, the home enjoys a sunny aspect and takes in a far-reaching outlook to the Porongurups and around to Gull Rock and Middleton Bay – with glimpses of the water from some rooms.
Polished jarrah floorboards, decorative cornices, original doors and timber windows in much of the home proudly show off its 1950s character. Some renovation has been carried out in keeping with the style of the building and it has been restumped.
Modernisation of the kitchen and bathroom would pay dividends, though the place is clean and functional in its present condition.
The lounge at the front is a welcoming room with an open fireplace and built-in timber cabinetry. Next to this is the country-style kitchen, a sizeable space with gas cooking, room for an island bench and an adjoining dining area.
Enhancing the living spaces is a paved patio at the back door, positioned to take in the coastal view.
Two of the bedrooms are doubles and the third is a good-sized single reached via a rear utility room, which also has access to the laundry, toilet and shower room.
There’s level parking on the long driveway, and gates at the side lead to the fenced back yard, where there’s ample space for parking the caravan or trailer, vegetable beds and a lawn for family playtime.
Another major drawcard for this property is its proximity to town, schools and shops.
It’s within walking distance of York Street and a two-minute drive to the major supermarkets and shopping centres. Not only that, it’s in a no-through-road, so it’s quiet and peaceful, with no passing traffic.
A delightful cottage in sound condition, with abundant period features and potential for a project to capitalise on, this property is sure to be snapped up by a savvy buyer.

What you need to know:
– 1950s fibro and Colorbond home
– 700sqm lot
– Elevated position on Mt Melville
– Far-ranging views from Porongurups to coast – water glimpses from some rooms
– Original jarrah floors, timber windows and doors
– Restumped
– Potential to add value with new kitchen and bathroom
– Lounge with open fire
– Country kitchen with gas cooking
– Dining area
– Rear patio with coastal view
– Two double bedrooms; one good-sized single
– Rear utility area
– Laundry and toilet
– Shower room with basin
– Fenced back yard with lawn and veggie beds
– Level driveway, gates to yard for caravan or trailer
– No-through-road location, 2km to town
– Affordable option for owner-occupier, rental investor or as renovation project
– Council rates $1,980.79
– Water rates $1,463.15

For the budget-conscious buyer, finding an appealing home with a lovely outlook and within a short drive of town can present a challenge.

So this attractive cottage is sure to appeal to first timers or investors appreciating its mid-century character as well as the potential it offers for easy value adding.

The timber, fibro and Colorbond home occupies a 622sqm block on the north-eastern side of Mt Melville, from where it takes in views to Mt Clarence and out towards Middleton Bay and Gull Rock.

A sunroom at the front entrance takes advantage of the views and makes an ideal spot for relaxation all year round.

Beyond this is the comfortable lounge, with carpet and gas heating. A hallway leads to the kitchen, which features a Godin wood-fired range and a gas cooker for convenience. The kitchen has a good-sized footprint, and new owners will probably want to modernise this room and incorporate space for a meals table.

Both bedrooms are double sized and are near the front of the house. These share the shower room, which would also benefit from modernisation, though like the rest of the house, it’s clean and serviceable, and all carpets, vinyl flooring and décor are in good condition. There’s a single room at the back which could be utilized as a study/home office.

A handy rear utility area next to the laundry and separate toilet has a door to the back yard, and there’s a sheltered undercroft area for stowing kids’ bikes.

The block has been set up for low maintenance with an area of water-wise natives at the front and a lawn at the back.

A long driveway leads past the house to a carport, and there’s plenty of off-road parking besides.

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, the home is within a bike-ride of schools and recreation areas, and within easy reach of town.

Those with an eye for a bargain will recognise the many possibilities of this property – including doing minimal work and renting it out or selling it on, or nestling in and making it their own.

What you need to know:
– Timber, fibro and Colorbond home
– Mid-century character
– In good condition, well presented
– Opportunity to add value with new kitchen and bathroom
– 622sqm block
– View towards Middleton Bay, Mt Clarence and Gull Rock
– Sunroom
– Lounge with gas heating
– Big kitchen with Godin wood range and gas cooking
– Two double bedrooms
– Study/home office
– Shower room with vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Utility room, under croft storage space
– Carport and good off-road parking
– Water-wise gardens, back lawn
– Cul-de-sac location
– Less than five minutes’ drive to CBD
– Council rates $1,891.66
– Water rates $1,463.12

Modernised without sacrificing its original 1960s charm, this delightful home promises comfortable, convenient living in one of Albany’s most desirable suburbs.
There’s so much to love – beautiful polished jarrah floorboards, the choice of indoor and outdoor living areas and the 1082sqm block with a huge back yard top a list of features making this property a sure-fire winner with a wide scope of buyers.

Smartly clad in Colorbond with a tile roof, the home sits in a leafy street within a five-minute drive of town in one direction and the beach in the other.

Inside, it’s light and welcoming with bags of versatility to suit the family’s own needs and all the amenities to make it a great entertainer.

The main living area is at the back, with big windows allowing a view of the garden and both air conditioning and a wood fire for year-round comfort. This area consists of a sizeable family room with an adjoining games room, which lends itself to several other uses including a TV lounge or big dining room.

Glass doors from the family room lead onto a sizeable undercover rear patio.
With white cabinetry, a dishwasher and gas cooking, the kitchen is a generous workspace adjoining the dining area.

All three bedrooms have built-in robes – two are double sized and the third is a big single – and all share the bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, and the toilet reached via the laundry.

The natural jarrah floors are in most rooms and the family room is carpeted. Tiling, blinds and décor are all in good condition and set the home off nicely.

With big lawns and native trees for character, the block is a key attraction. It has potential for subdivision and space for building garages and sheds in the gated back yard.

This is a terrific property for bringing up the family with plenty of recreation space and schools and shops a few minutes from home. It will also appeal to those with an eye for a development or rental opportunity in an excellent location.

What you need to know:
– Currently tenanted until 9th January 2022 with a rental income of $350 per week
– Colorbond-clad and tile home
– 1082sqm block
– Sunny lounge with air conditioning and wood fire
– Games room
– White kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking
– Dining area
– Sizeable undercover patio
– Two double bedrooms, one big single – all with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Polished jarrah floors, good blinds, tiling and décor
– Big, gated back yard
– Space for sheds and garages or subdivision potential
– Desirable suburb five minutes from beach, town
– Near schools, shops, medical facilities
– Ideal family home
– Prospects for development or rental investment
– Council rates $2,188.78
– Water rates $1,463.12

A classy renovation has beautifully transformed this solid 1970s home into a modern, comfortable and stylish residence designed for easy living.
It occupies an elevated position on a 372sqm Survey-Strata block in a quiet end of the street with no through traffic, and takes in sweeping views towards town, Mount Clarence and Mount Melville from the living areas and master bedroom at the front.
The façade is impressive, finished in smart grey with white trim and a tile roof, a fitting introduction to the warm interior.
The entire place has undergone modernisation, and carefully selected quality hybrid flooring, plush carpets, tiling and window treatments, combined with fresh, neutral décor show it off to its best advantage.
Cosy and welcoming, the reverse cycle air-conditioned open living space consists of the lounge combined with the dining area. Open to this at the side is the fabulous new kitchen with a dishwasher, gas cook-top and an abundance of sleek white cabinetry as well as a breakfast bar and a corner window sharing the outlook.
A built-in robe features in the queen-sized master bedroom. One of the others is a double room and the third is a generous single.
The bathroom is also completely new, with a bath, walk-in shower and vanity, finished in slick contemporary tones.
At the back door are the laundry and separate toilet, and there’s a study nook in the hallway.
Adding to the living spaces are two outdoor decks. The one at the front is great for relaxing and taking in the view, while the mostly enclosed rear deck is more sheltered and private.
The bulk of the garden, consisting of a lawn and easy-care garden beds, is at the front, where there’s also parking space for two vehicles. At the back is an enclosed small area of lawn with a garden shed.
This is an ideal property for families, couples, singles or rental investors.
There’s nothing left to do to enjoy the lifestyle it promises, and its fantastic central location within five minutes of town, schools, shops, medical facilities and recreation areas undoubtedly adds to its appeal.

What you need to know:
– Rendered brick veneer and tile home
– 372sqm block
– Classy modernisation throughout
– Plush carpets; quality flooring, tiling; fresh décor
– Expansive views to town, Mount Melville and Mount Clarence
– Stylish, air-conditioned open lounge and dining area
– Fabulous modern kitchen with dishwasher, gas cook-top, breakfast bar
– New bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Queen-sized master bedroom with built-in robe
– One double family bedroom; one single
– Study nook
– Excellent order throughout
– Front deck; enclosed rear deck
– Front lawn, easy gardens, two parking spaces
– Area of lawn in enclosed yard
– Garden shed
– Within five minutes of town, shops, schools, medical facilities, parkland
– Suit family, couple or investor
– Council rates $1,921.37
– Water rates $1,463.15

With fishing, swimming, sailing and kayaking almost on the doorstep, this delightful property promises a coveted relaxed lifestyle in a desirable coastal enclave.

Whether starting out or slowing down, homebuyers looking for a neat, well-maintained home on a sizable block with good garaging and parking will warm to its many attributes.
Built of brick and tile, the home was designed for comfort and convenience, which it delivers in spades. It’s light, warm and welcoming with good décor, tiling and flooring, and security screens for peace of mind.

The main focus is an open living space comprising the lounge, dining area and neat kitchen with gas cooking and good cabinetry. Air-conditioning keeps the occupants warm and toasty in winter and promises an icy cold respite after a summer dip in Oyster Harbour.
Glazed doors from the living area open onto an undercover patio, a sheltered spot for lazy brunches or family barbecues.

A hallway off the dining area leads to the three bedrooms, one of which is a double and the others big singles. Nearby are the shower room with vanity, the laundry and separate toilet.
The setting is as impressive as the home itself. This is a corner block of 798sqm with a parking and turning area at the front and a carport under the main roof.

Gates at the side open onto the back yard, where there’s a shed with an adjoining carport for stowing the pop-top or dinghy. Another convenience is the secondary access to the yard from the street around the corner, allowing for easy manoeuvring of the caravan and trailer.
Tall palms at the front create an impressive introduction to the property, which sits amid well-kept gardens and lawns with native trees for character and easy-care garden beds.
The home’s location is a key attraction for those who love the coast and the activities it offers. It’s a short walk from the shore of Oyster Harbour for fishing and water activities, and owners could hook up the trailer and launch the dinghy within a couple of minutes of leaving home.

For those with children, good schools such as Flinders Park Primary and Great Southern Grammar are within easy reach, and a shopping centre with a major supermarket is a few minutes away.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile home
– 798sqm corner block with two-road access
– Short distance from Oyster Harbour coastline
– Air-conditioned open lounge and dining area
– Good kitchen with gas cooking
– Undercover patio
– Two double bedrooms; one big single
– Shower room with vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Fenced backyard
– Carport under main roof, good off-road parking
– Backyard shed with carport for boat or trailer
– Close to fishing, sailing, kayaking, swimming
– Within easy reach of schools, shops
– Council rates $1,965.07
– Water rates $264.36

Occupying a corner block in a leafy street in McKail, this modern home incorporates many practical features for easy living.
It is an attractive, well-designed family home, within easy reach of schools, shops and sporting facilities, and it will hold as much appeal for tenants as for owner-occupiers, making it an ideal investment property.
Built in 2014 of brick – rendered at the front in an attractive taupe colour – with a dark blue Colorbond roof, it has a fully fenced back yard ensuring privacy for relaxing and entertaining.
At the front door, a hallway opens up to a big, airy family room of lounge, meals area, dining room and kitchen. Air conditioned and with glass doors to the rear patio and garden, this space is sunny and welcoming.
With a pantry, breakfast bar, five-burner chef’s cooktop and extra-wide oven, a recess for a dishwasher, and a window onto the garden, the kitchen is an excellent workspace. This, combined with the undercover, paved patio and fenced back yard, would make entertaining a breeze.
Of the four bedrooms, the master is at the front. This generous room has a robe recess and en suite bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet.
Plush carpets in this room are echoed in the other three bedrooms – all doubles and with built-in robes – at the rear of the house. The family bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, a separate toilet and the laundry are also at the back.
The patio overlooks the neat back yard, with lawns and easy-care, reticulated garden beds, a rainwater tank and space for the barbecue.
Another advantage of this property is side access to the rear for the trailer. This complements the double garage, with a remote-controlled door, under the main roof.
Excellent, practical flooring and blinds, smart cabinetry and neutral decor finish off this well-presented home beautifully.
Some natural bush has been retained at the side boundary, attracting a variety of birdlife. Driving home from the hustle and bustle of the city to this quiet property will delight the new owners or tenants, who will also enjoy the trappings of a low-maintenance, modern lifestyle.
To arrange an inspection of this very attractive property before it’s too late, please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au
What you need to know:
– Modern, rendered brick and Colorbond construction
– Built in 2014
– Corner block of 511 sqm
– Fully fenced back yard with double gates for vehicular access
– Spacious open living comprises lounge, meals area and dining room
– Kitchen with pantry, five-burner gas cooktop and wide oven
– Generous master bedroom with en suite bathroom and robe recess
– Three double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Family bathroom with shower, bath and vanity
– Excellent flooring, blinds and decor
– Paved, undercover patio
– Neat gardens with rainwater tank and reticulation
– Paved driveway to double garage with remote-controlled door
– Water Rates $1,463.15 per annum
– City of Albany Rates $2,634.48 per annum

Perched on the sunny side of Mt Melville about 2½ km from the CBD, this charming 1950s cottage occupies an elevated, fully serviced block of 615sqm with panoramic views from the Porongurups and around to Middleton Bay and Mt Clarence.
It represents a terrific bargain buy and has potential for value adding without the need for major work.
Part of a delightful cul-de-sac streetscape of character properties, this is a sound fibro and iron home with a long front deck and sunny rooms, most of which have a fabulous outlook. Timber floorboards, exposed in one bedroom, are an indication of the treasures that lie protected under the floor coverings in other rooms.
While there is scope to modernize the bathroom and kitchen, they are clean and serviceable, so any work could be done while the home is lived in.
At the front is the cosy air-conditioned lounge, which opens onto the sunny kitchen, a good-sized room with gas cooking and a breakfast bar as well as a fabulous ocean view from the sink.
A hallway leads to the three double bedrooms and the bathroom with combined bath and shower and a handbasin.
At the back of the house off the kitchen is the wet area comprising the laundry and separate toilet, and the external door to the yard.
Double gates along the driveway open onto a carport in the back yard, and there’s plenty of level off-road parking besides.
The land is mostly in lawn with a few native trees and low-maintenance garden beds. Under-house storage, a rainwater tank and a garden shed are other benefits.
New owners can do as much or as little as they wish and enjoy the many delights of living in this quiet enclave with an expansive outlook.
With all amenities within easy reach, this tidy property is sure to appeal to budget-conscious owner-occupiers and rental investors alike.
It’s also an ideal proposition as an easy renovator on which to capitalise.
With so much going for it, best you be quick in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to arrange an inspection of this terrific gem before you miss out!

What you need to know:
– Sound fibro and iron cottage, built 1955
– Panoramic views from Porongurups to Middleton Bay
– About 2½ km from CBD, easy access to amenities
– Cul-de-sac location on sunny side of Mt Melville
– 615sqm block, fully serviced, R30 zoning
– Carport, level parking
– Long front deck
– Air-conditioned lounge
– High ceilings, Jarrah floorboards (some under floor coverings)
– Kitchen with gas cooking, breakfast bar
– Three double bedrooms
– Bathroom with bath/shower, handbasin
– Rear wet area comprising laundry and toilet
– Land mostly in lawn with low-maintenance garden beds
– Rainwater tank, under-house storage, garden shed
– Lots of scope to value add
– Suit owner-occupier or rental investor
– Council rates $2,069.93 per annum
– Water rates $1,463.15 per annum

If a good-sized block and convenient, central location are high on your wish list, this appealing 1950s cottage may very well hit the spot.
It presents a great opportunity for first timers to get a foothold on the housing ladder or for rental investors to reap good returns.
And for downsizers who don’t want to compromise on a big garden, the 779 sqm block could be just the ticket.
It’s less than 1km from the CBD and only 2½km from Middleton Beach, bringing a world of possibilities for those who enjoy the buzz of the city or the natural beauty of the coast. More active types will appreciate the proximity of sports facilities, walk trails and cycle tracks, and those with children will find the short distance to Albany primary and high schools a real boon.
Set in neatly trimmed lawns and sheltered by native shrubs and trees, the home is in sound condition with a newish roof.
At the front is an air-conditioned, carpeted lounge flowing through to the central kitchen, with gas cooking and ample space for a meals table.
A hallway leads onto the two double bedrooms, then to the wet areas, all of which have smart, modern tiling. These comprise the laundry, separate toilet and bathroom with a walk-in shower and handbasin.
A gas hot water system and good blinds and flooring are other notable benefits.
A major drawcard is the lovely block – a real advantage in a property so close to town. Fully fenced with a gate at the front, it provides privacy for the home and the lawns are perfect for children and pets to run around.
The block is easily accessed with parking for several vehicles as well as space for the construction of garages and sheds to suit the owners’ needs.
Don’t let this one get away – it’s a brilliantly located property for you to put your own stamp on and love the lifestyle it promises.

What you need to know:
– 1950s fibro and Colorbond cottage
– Private 779sqm block
– Less than 1km to CBD
– Walk to shopping centre, schools
– Close to beach, sports facilities, walk trails, cycle tracks
– Air-conditioned lounge
– Big kitchen with gas cooking and space for meals table
– Two double bedrooms
– Wet area – laundry, shower room, toilet, all with modern tiling
– Gas hot water system, good blinds and flooring
– Plenty of parking
– Space for garages and sheds
– Council rates $1,713.38
– Water rates $1,463.15

This smart brick home is brilliantly set up for an easy lifestyle, so new owners will have plenty of time to make the most of the amazing scenery, attractions and eateries of iconic Middleton Beach nearby.

It’s a lovely home for those who value their comfort and security, and it will appeal to a diversity of buyers, from singles and couples needing to accommodate overnight guests, to investors looking for good rental returns.

This is a freestanding unit at the front of a duplex, with a double garage at the rear.
Light, bright and welcoming, the impressive open living space comprises a generous lounge and dining area with a feature coffer ceiling. Air conditioned and carpeted, it has an outlook as far as the hills of Gull Rock National Park and three sets of glazed doors leading out to the front veranda and a private outdoor seating spot at the side.
With a dishwasher, gas cook-top, wall oven, island bench and cabinetry in cream tones, the kitchen is a delightful workspace.

A door divides the living area and the hallway to the bedrooms. The main bedroom at the back has an en suite shower room with vanity and toilet as well as a sizeable walk-in robe.

A second bathroom with bath, shower and vanity serves the other two bedrooms – one a double and the other a good-sized single – both of which have built-in robes. A second toilet is off the laundry, where there’s a broom and linen cupboard.
Carpet is also fitted in the three bedrooms, while the kitchen and main traffic areas have practical ceramic floor tiles.

For convenience, the garage has a remote-controlled door and direct access to the home.

There’s a stainless steel security screen on the front door and security shutters are fitted to all windows and glass doors.

The manageable 402sqm block has a lawn and gardens at the front, and green-thumbed owners have enough space to grow veggies and herbs.

For recreation, it’s just a few minutes’ walk to Lake Seppings, Eyre Park for the playground and barbecues, the bowling club, terrific walk tracks and brilliant cafés and restaurants, as well as the ever-popular crystal waters and white sand of Middleton Beach.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile construction
– Walking distance of Middleton Beach, Eyre Park, Lake Seppings, eateries and activities
– 402sqm lot, freestanding front unit of duplex
– Generous, air-conditioned open lounge and dining space
– Private outdoor seating area
– Kitchen with dishwasher, island bench, gas cook-top, wall oven
– Main bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in robe
– Two bedrooms with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower and vanity
– Laundry and toilet
– Double garage with direct access
– Stainless steel security screen at front door
– Security shutters to all windows and glass doors
– Ideal for couples, singles, rental investors
– Council rates $2,272.92
– Water rates $1,463.15

For those who covet a rural lifestyle without sacrificing easy access to city amenities, this 13.44ha holding (approx. 34 acres) in the lush King River area presents an exceptional opportunity.
Equally, it will answer the demands of farmers looking to retire near town without giving up the myriad of rewards of living on the land.
This is a versatile estate, zoned general agriculture and well suited to running sheep, cattle or alpacas, keeping horses or establishing a horticulture venture.
A 12-minute commute from Albany, the property is located via a long driveway through natural bush ending at the house block, where there’s an old homestead and a three-bay open-fronted machinery shed with power connected.
Sheltered by tall eucalypts and native bush, the home could be restored, but new owners may choose to replace it with a modern building tailored to their own needs.
It consists of three bedrooms house, which requires significant work to make it habitable again. Alternatively, it can be knocked down and you have a blank canvas for your dream home.
There are also several old sheds around the property, and ideal spots for a chook run, veggie gardens and an orchard, as well as sheds for any purpose.
Consisting of lush pasture, the grazing land takes up about half of the estate, the remainder being original native vegetation for character and shelter. Water is abundant – the property is in a good rainfall area and has two rainwater tanks.
In addition to an enviable lifestyle, a property of this size allows for an income from a number of possible ventures.
Families aspiring to bring up children in a natural environment with plenty of scope for healthy activities will recognise the many positive aspects and huge potential of this affordable hobby farm in an idyllic location.
To request an inspection of this exciting property, please don’t delay in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– Versatile 13.44ha hobby farm (approx. 34 acres)
– In lush King River area, 12 minutes from Albany
– Zoned general agriculture
– Suit sheep, cattle, alpacas, horses or horticulture venture
– About half cleared for grazing land, remainder native bush
– Old homestead with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms – restore or replace with bespoke new home
– Three-bay, open-fronted machinery shed with power
– Good rainfall area, two rainwater tanks
– Idyllic location, outlook over bush and farmland
– Ideal introduction to rural life or for retired farmers
– Council rates $1860.18

There’s plenty of scope for indulging all kinds of hobbies or for outdoor or horticulture projects at this outstanding property.
It’s a brick and tile home set near the front of a beautifully natural 2,432sqm block with a freestanding games room or studio and a double-bay garage/shed.
The land is mostly in grass with pockets of native trees, an orchard and the occasional palm tree, a perfect natural playground for kids and a wonderful setting for enjoying the lifestyle and the tranquility of this haven on the northern edge of town.
Built in 1989/90, the brick veneer and tile home is sound and in good order, being freshly painter and with new carpet to the living rooms and bedrooms.
Open-plan living, comprising the generous family room and dining area, is enhanced by a sizeable formal lounge at the front, with carpet and a wood fire, and an activity room with the versatility to be used as a formal dining, office or kids’ TV lounge at the back.
For sheltered outdoor living, there’s a delightful undercover rear patio complemented by a second patio at the side – another fair-weather option.
The kitchen is a pleasant workspace with good cabinetry, space for a dishwasher and gas cooking.
A hallway off the family room leads to the bedrooms, all carpeted and the master with built-in robes. The bathroom has a bath, shower and vanity and the toilet is off the adjacent laundry.
This property will delight those who love the outdoor life. It’s in a semi-rural part of town, among similar big blocks for privacy and tranquility and in a cul-de-sac end of the road.
For big and little kids alike, the versatile block, home and outbuildings – and the options they present – will keep them occupied in healthy pursuits for years.
It feels like living in the country without compromising on family amenities, being only about 1km away from a major supermarket, pharmacy, fuel and liquor outlets, and within biking distance of the high school and TAFE.
Those who hanker for a comfortable home on a big block will be impressed.

What you need to know:
– Brick veneer and tile family home
– 2,432sqm block
– Double-bay garage/shed
– Freestanding games room or studio with power
– Open plan kitchen/dining/living
– Carpeted formal lounge room with wood fire
– Activity room or playroom or formal dining – you choose!
– Kitchen with good cabinetry, gas cooking
– Two patios – the main patio facing South, perfect for summer
– Queen size master suite with built-in robes
– Two double bed size bedrooms
– Bathroom with separate bath, shower, and vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet off the laundry
– Land mostly in grass with mostly native trees
– Small orchard with stone fruit and citrus (beautiful Mandarins)
– Garden shed and woodshed
– Semi-rural no-through-road setting
– Near supermarket, pharmacy, fuel, liquor, high school, TAFE
– Few minutes’ drive from town
– Plenty of scope for outdoor ventures
– Council rates $2,188.78
– Water rates $264.36

Build your new home on one of these brilliantly located residential lots and you can look forward to an exciting new lifestyle with amazing views and Albany’s CBD less than 1km away.

On the sunny side of Mt Melville, the three blocks are set back from the road and enjoy privacy and a northeasterly aspect, as well as an expansive outlook to Middleton Bay, Gull Rock, Mt Clarence and as far as the Porongurups.

These are views that could be exploited with the construction of executive homes with living areas and decks at the front.

Whichever block you choose from Lot 3, 373sqm; Lot 4, 359sqm and Lot 5, 367sqm, there’s space for a sizeable home with garages and low-maintenance gardens for a carefree lifestyle. All the sloping blocks are cleared and utilities are ready for connection.

Major shops and city centre attractions are within walking distance of this site, which presents a rare opportunity for home builders to live in an exclusive enclave with convenience and luxury living a prime consideration.

All three blocks are realistically priced at a budget-busting $129,000 each, allowing the owners to spend more on high-spec features for their homes without compromising on location.

Impressive neighbouring properties give an indication of the possibilities for these lots, so take a walk around and start planning your indulgent new life near the city.

What you need to know:
– Choice of three residential building lots
– Less than 1km from CBD
– Amazing views from coast to Mt Clarence, Gull Rock and Porongurups
– Private – set back from the road
– Sunny, northeasterly aspect
– Sloping land, cleared, all utilities ready for connection
– Lot 3 – 373sqm
– Lot 4 – 359sqm
– Lot 5 – 367sqm
– Priced at $129,000 each
– Space for sizeable executive homes with garages
– Walk to major shops, attractions, amenities
– Enviable, convenient city lifestyle

Build your new home on one of these brilliantly located residential lots and you can look forward to an exciting new lifestyle with amazing views and Albany’s CBD less than 1km away.

On the sunny side of Mt Melville, the three blocks are set back from the road and enjoy privacy and a northeasterly aspect, as well as an expansive outlook to Middleton Bay, Gull Rock, Mt Clarence and as far as the Porongurups.

These are views that could be exploited with the construction of executive homes with living areas and decks at the front.

Whichever block you choose from Lot 3, 373sqm; Lot 4, 359sqm and Lot 5, 367sqm, there’s space for a sizeable home with garages and low-maintenance gardens for a carefree lifestyle. All the sloping blocks are cleared and utilities are ready for connection.

Major shops and city centre attractions are within walking distance of this site, which presents a rare opportunity for home builders to live in an exclusive enclave with convenience and luxury living a prime consideration.

All three blocks are realistically priced at a budget-busting $129,000 each, allowing the owners to spend more on high-spec features for their homes without compromising on location.

Impressive neighbouring properties give an indication of the possibilities for these lots, so take a walk around and start planning your indulgent new life near the city.

What you need to know:
– Choice of three residential building lots
– Less than 1km from CBD
– Amazing views from coast to Mt Clarence, Gull Rock and Porongurups
– Private – set back from the road
– Sunny, northeasterly aspect
– Sloping land, cleared, all utilities ready for connection
– Lot 3 – 373sqm
– Lot 4 – 359sqm
– Lot 5 – 367sqm
– Priced at $129,000 each
– Space for sizeable executive homes with garages
– Walk to major shops, attractions, amenities
– Enviable, convenient city lifestyle

Build your new home on one of these brilliantly located residential lots and you can look forward to an exciting new lifestyle with amazing views and Albany’s CBD less than 1km away.

On the sunny side of Mt Melville, the three blocks are set back from the road and enjoy privacy and a northeasterly aspect, as well as an expansive outlook to Middleton Bay, Gull Rock, Mt Clarence and as far as the Porongurups.

These are views that could be exploited with the construction of executive homes with living areas and decks at the front.

Whichever block you choose from Lot 3, 373sqm; Lot 4, 359sqm and Lot 5, 367sqm, there’s space for a sizeable home with garages and low-maintenance gardens for a carefree lifestyle. All the sloping blocks are cleared and utilities are ready for connection.

Major shops and city centre attractions are within walking distance of this site, which presents a rare opportunity for home builders to live in an exclusive enclave with convenience and luxury living a prime consideration.

All three blocks are realistically priced at a budget-busting $129,000 each, allowing the owners to spend more on high-spec features for their homes without compromising on location.

Impressive neighbouring properties give an indication of the possibilities for these lots, so take a walk around and start planning your indulgent new life near the city.

What you need to know:
– Choice of three residential building lots
– Less than 1km from CBD
– Amazing views from coast to Mt Clarence, Gull Rock and Porongurups
– Private – set back from the road
– Sunny, northeasterly aspect
– Sloping land, cleared, all utilities ready for connection
– Lot 3 – 373sqm
– Lot 4 – 359sqm
– Lot 5 – 367sqm
– Priced at $129,000 each
– Space for sizeable executive homes with garages
– Walk to major shops, attractions, amenities
– Enviable, convenient city lifestyle

The space, the multiple living areas, the styling and the location all combine to make this property irresistible to families moving up the housing ladder, and to discerning investors.

Built of brick and Colorbond, it incorporates a number of superior design features with an inspired layout and well-considered, high-quality finishing details elevating it above run-of-the-mill modern homes.

With tones from a tasteful coffee palette, all flooring, tiling, cabinetry and décor promote practicality while enhancing the home’s warm ambience and comfort.

A central open living space comprising the family room and dining area is the main focus. A great fit for the lifestyle of most families, it has a coffer ceiling, ducted air-conditioning, built-in cabinetry and glass doors opening onto an undercover, paved patio at the side.

At one end is the attractive kitchen with a sizeable pantry, dishwasher, five-burner gas cook-top, double wall oven and breakfast bar.

A carpeted TV lounge or games room, also with a door onto the patio, is at the other end of the main living area.

The king-sized master bedroom at the front has a walk-in robe and an en suite shower room with double vanity and toilet.

Across the hall is a sizeable lounge – an ideal parents’ retreat – that is currently used as a fifth king-sized bedroom.

The other three double bedrooms, all with built-in robes, have easy access to the main bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and vanity, and the guest toilet, which also has a vanity.

Outdoor features are just as impressive. The home sits behind a double-access paved driveway and has gates at the side to the fenced back yard, where there’s a gable-roofed shed with a roller door and power.

Gardens on the 700sqm block are designed for low maintenance, and there’s a door from the double garage into the hall.

This is an impressive property in an excellent suburb among modern homes.

It’s also a few minutes from schools, several shopping centres and town, and for the kids to let off steam, there’s parkland a two-minute walk away.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– 700sqm block
– Inspired layout, quality finishing
– Excellent flooring, tiling, cabinetry, décor
– Air-conditioned open family room and dining area
– Air-conditioned TV lounge or games room
– Formal lounge – or parents’ retreat or king-sized fifth bedroom
– Paved undercover patio
– Smart kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, gas cooking, double oven
– King-sized master bedroom with en suite shower room, walk-in robe
– Three double bedrooms with built-in robes
– Guest toilet with vanity
– Main bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Laundry with fitted cabinetry
– Double garage
– Colorbond shed with roller door and power
– Fenced back yard
– Easy-care gardens
– Well located for schools, town, shops; two-minute walk to park
– Currently tenanted at $420 per week on a periodical tenancy
– Council rates $2,693.90
– Water rates $1,218.60