Near the shore of Princess Royal Harbour a few minutes from the centre of Albany, this idyllic rural retreat of 9.35ha promises a life of indulgence with space and privacy in abundance.

Reached via a long driveway flanked by native bush, the impressive home occupies an elevated site from where it takes in expansive views over the property and back to the city.
This is a manageable hobby farm or lifestyle block, zoned general agriculture, with good fencing, well-drained grassy pasture for sheep, horses or alpacas, and space for building sheds.

Mostly cleared, the land has areas of mature peppermints and eucalypts for shelter and character, attracting an abundance of native wildlife and birds.

Displaying the essence of a modern classic, the home is built of rendered brick with panels of cladding, finished in a classy pale grey with slate blue trim.

It is comfortable and inviting, with stylishly appointed indoor and outdoor living areas and a swimming pool, all positioned to make the most of the outlook.

A towering ceiling and windows on three walls enhance the feeling of space and light in the open living room. This consists of a family area and dining space, and the kitchen with a dishwasher, five-burner chef’s stove, breakfast bar and attractive cabinetry.

Glass doors at the front open onto a paved, gable-roofed al fresco area with space for the barbecue and access to the poolside deck.

Off the living area, a hallway leads to the three bedrooms, the bathroom and laundry. All bedrooms are queen sized with feature coffer ceilings and built-in robes, and the bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower and vanity.

The family room and bedrooms are carpeted and timber veneer flooring flows throughout the dining area, kitchen and hallway, while the interior is finished with tasteful tiling and blinds and neutral décor.

Rainwater is plentiful and a solar hot water system helps cut power bills.
With a solid letting history through Air BnB, this outstanding holding provides options for new owners to continue to reap financial benefits or revel in the lifestyle themselves.

What you need to know:
– Idyllic rural retreat of 9.35ha zoned general agriculture
– Stylish brick and Colorbond home
– Views over property to the city
– Land mostly cleared, native vegetation for shelter
– Good fencing, ample rainwater
– Sunny open-plan family room, dining
– Kitchen with chef’s stove, dishwasher
– Gable-roofed al fresco area
– Swimming pool with pool deck
– Three queen-sized bedrooms with robes
– Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, vanity
– Laundry
– Space for building sheds
– Established Air BnB
– Good pasture for sheep or horses
– Near Princess Royal Harbour, few minutes to town
– Council rates $2,573.85

If building your own home is something you aspire to, look at this terrific block in Mckail and you just might be inspired to start the process now.
There are so many reasons to choose a new build. Everything can be bang up to date – design aspects, appliances, fixtures and finishing, and you can tailor your living spaces to exactly suit your family’s lifestyle.
This vacant residential building block is a corner site of 713sqm, allowing extra options for layout and access, including backyard access for the caravan, trailer or dinghy.
In desirable Lakeside Estate, it has a park at the end of the street and Mckail Lake a short walk away, plus schools and a major supermarket within easy reach and town only a short drive away, so it’s perfect for families.
There’s enough scope here for a sizeable home with garaging, large residential shed (subject to council approval), gardens and generous indoor and outdoor living spaces.
The block itself is flat and cleared to minimise siteworks and has all utilities ready for connection as well as fencing on two sides.
Secure this site now and plan your new build at your leisure.
Look around Lakeside Estate and discover why the area is so popular with families demanding homes with all the trappings for today’s lifestyle.
Then talk to Kyle Sproxton, 0438 880 439, about the many advantages of this site, and start planning your brand new home.

What you need to know:
– 713sqm residential building lot
– Corner lot
– Flat and cleared for building
– All utilities ready
– Fenced two sides
– Desirable neighbourhood
– Near schools and a major supermarket
– Walk to parkland and lake
– Ideal site for sizeable bespoke home with shed
– Two-road access possible

Cosy Corner is one of the region’s favourite coastal holiday destinations.
Near the fringe of West Cape Howe National Park, it has safe bathing beaches, excellent fishing and surfing spots and numerous other tourist attractions close by.
A few minutes’ walk from the shore, this holiday villa is part of the attractive Cosy Corner Cottages complex offering quality short-term accommodation. It provides an opportunity for an investor to purchase the property and benefit from a great income as well as using it for their own holidays for up to three months a year.
Typically booked out during the school holidays and long weekends, the villa is currently enjoying a terrific record of occupancy and producing excellent investment returns of approximately $40,000 per annum (gross).
Completely self contained (with the exception of linen), the stylish double brick and Colorbond villa is freestanding and has a carport under the main roof and a large undercover deck area at the rear for outdoor barbeques and relaxation. The building is surrounded by a vast array of carefully planted natives, effectively screening it from the other villas in the group and providing privacy and a sense of seclusion, despite being in close proximity to the award-winning café (The Cape Bar Store Café) and other communal facilities on offer to occupants staying at the complex.
Inside, the villa is fully furnished and has modern appliances, and all the crockery, cutlery and bedding are supplied for immediate use.
The large, sun-filled open plan kitchen, dining and living area enjoys a centrally positioned wood fire that keeps the unit toasty warm on even the chilliest of evenings. The kitchen is full size and includes everything you would expect when staying in a home away from home, such as a full size fridge with freezer, 4 burner gas cooktop, under bench oven, double sink, island bench for extra preparation and storage space, microwave, coffee machine, kettle and toaster.
Situated in a wing off to the side of the open plan area, both bedrooms are double sized and have built in robes. The bathroom, well located between the two bedrooms, has a shower, vanity and deep bath to soak your cares away in. There is even a full sized laundry found near the entrance to the villa, complete with washing machine, clothes dryer, trough and storage cupboard, and here is also access to the separate toilet.
The unit is immaculately maintained and a management service is available to take care of all bookings and maintenance of units and grounds.
On-site recreation facilities include a tennis court and a games room with table tennis and a pool table, while the diversity of attractions outside the complex makes this a prime spot for exploring this stretch of the south coast.
There’s hang gliding at nearby Shelley Beach, wineries, bush walks, the local Cosy Corner café and store for supplies, meals and bicycle hire, and a variety of galleries and workshops.
While this special retreat enjoys tranquility and privacy, the complex is easily accessible – Albany is 20 minutes by road and Denmark is 30 minutes.
Selling well below replacement cost, please contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to arrange an inspection of this fantastic investment opportunity today.

What you need to know:
– Investment opportunity
– Zone for short-term holiday accommodation
– Good occupancy record and excellent investment returns
– In immaculate complex close to beach
– Owner may occupy for up to three months a year
– Double brick and Colorbond construction
– Fully furnished, linen, crockery and all appliances included
– Open lounge, dining and kitchen
– Rear undercover patio with outdoor setting and barbecue
– Queen-sized main bedroom with BIR
– Twin-bedded room with BIR
– Bathroom with shower, vanity and bath
– Full size laundry with washing machine and clothes dryer
– Separate toilet
– Carport under the main roof
– Shared recreation facilities – tennis, table tennis, pool
– Meters from the local café and store selling food, beverages, including alcohol, and local goods
– Near national park and numerous tourist attractions
– 20 minutes to Albany, 30 minutes to Denmark
– City of Albany Rates $1,586.75
– Strata Levies $3,796.92

From its elevated position on the sunny north-eastern side of Mt Melville, this 699sqm residential building block has the city on its doorstep and the prospect of expansive views.
Home builders looking to purchase a manageable block with the convenience of shops, schools, eateries and entertainment within walking distance will be impressed by the scope of possibilities it offers.

It will equally suit executive buyers aspiring to a contemporary home without the commitment of weekends spent on a big garden or home maintenance, and out-of-towners wanting a secure and private city bolthole for weekends and holidays.

The sloping block, reached via a long driveway, is fenced and cleared, and has all utilities ready for connection.

Owners building a two-storey home towards the top boundary would make the most of the views from the coastal hills and over sports grounds towards the north of the city, and still have space for a shed and ample off-road parking.

This is a great-sized block with no building timeframes, so you could purchase it now and design your new home at your leisure.

It’s part of an established and varied streetscape, a characteristic of old Albany that gives city living an eclectic charm appreciated by a growing number of residents.

Here’s your opportunity to stamp your mark on the Mt Melville landscape and revel in the possibilities this site offers.

– 699sqm vacant residential building lot
– Elevated site
– Prospect of expansive views from coastal hills to city’s north
– Sunny, north-eastern slope of Mt Melville
– Five-minute walk to CBD
– Cleared, fenced
– All utilities ready for connection
– Private – reached via long driveway from road
– Suit executive buyers or out-of-town buyers
– No building timeframes
– Council rates $1,211.00

Quality-built with an inspired layout and stylish appointments, this highly appealing property presents an exceptional opportunity for families demanding a choice of indoor and outdoor spaces for living and entertaining.
All amenities are within easy reach, and the elevated 576sqm site promotes privacy as well as making the most of the view over Yakamia Creek towards Lange.
Constructed of brick with a contemporary taupe render, the home is defined by an angled roofline and panels of ivory cladding.
Inside, it’s just like new. Fresh décor in tones from a modern neutral palette is complemented throughout by superior flooring, tiling, cabinetry, blinds and fittings.
At the heart of this home is a spacious, air-conditioned open living area comprising the family room, dining space and impressive kitchen with dishwasher, five-burner gas cooktop and wide under-bench oven.
Glazed doors in the family room let in the view and open onto a sizeable undercover front deck, while a second al fresco area at the rear provides another sheltered option for family barbies or drinks with friends.
Complementing the main living space is a home theatre. This versatile room would also serve as a kids’ activity area or a quiet space for reading or homework.
As with all the bedrooms, the theatre is fitted with plush carpet.
Sharing the outlook is the master bedroom with an en suite shower room and a good-sized walk-in robe.
Off a separate hallway are the other three bedrooms – two doubles and a good-sized single. All have built-in robes and share the nearby main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, and the separate toilet.
The garage has drive-through access to the back yard, which has extensive paving and reticulated terraced gardens planted with low-maintenance shrubs.
Albany’s CBD, schools, medical facilities, the beach and sports clubs are all within a few minutes’ drive.
While it would be a perfect fit as a second home for a growing family, this outstanding property would also make an ideal low-maintenance investment, and is currently tenanted until January 2022.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– Elevated 576sqm lot
– Private, fabulous rural views
– Beautifully presented – smart vinyl flooring; plush carpets; tasteful décor; quality tiling, cabinetry and blinds
– Spacious open family room and dining area
– Well-appointed kitchen with dishwasher, five-burner cook-top, wide under-bench oven
– Theatre
– Undercover front deck with view
– Sheltered rear al fresco area
– Master bedroom with en suite shower room, walk-in robe
– Three family bedrooms with robes – two doubles; one big single
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry
– Separate toilet
– Double garage with drive-through access to back yard
– Back garden with paving and reticulation
– Easy access to town, schools, beach
– Council rates $2,745.76
– Water rates $1,463.12

From its elevated corner block on the sunny north-facing slope of Mt Melville, this comfortable, attractive brick and tile home takes in amazing views.
The impressive, fully glazed sunroom at the front makes the most of the outlook as far as the Porongurups, while the coastal hills of Albany come into view from the dining room and kitchen at the back.
Polished jarrah floors in most rooms and high ceilings with decorative cornices lend the home a warm, welcoming feel and complement more modern appointments such as the ivory kitchen and bathroom.
This is a solid home with wide appeal for families wanting living options and proximity to amenities such as schools, sports facilities and town. It will also appeal to investors looking for a rental with good returns.
The sunroom makes a striking introduction to the home – it’s a versatile space, big enough for summer relaxation or entertaining guests and it would be a terrific games room.
From here, the front door opens onto an inviting, air-conditioned lounge, which flows through to the dining room. A corner window makes the most of the view, shared by the adjoining kitchen.
With gas cooking and an abundance of cabinetry, the kitchen is a clean, practical workspace.
A hallway leads to the three bedrooms, all fitted with good carpet. The main bedroom is a king-sized room with air conditioning and a wall of built-in robes; the other two are big doubles, one with a built-in robe and the other with air conditioning.
The bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower and vanity and the toilet is separate.
A single garage under the house is complemented by off-road parking spaces and gates open into the back yard for secure parking of the caravan or trailer.
The 507sqm corner lot is mostly in lawn with a few native trees, so it wouldn’t demand much time or attention from owners or tenants.
This presents an outstanding opportunity to secure a well-located property with warm character features. It’s in great shape and ready to please new owners.

What you need to know:

– Brick and tile home
– 507sqm corner block
– Expansive views north to Porongurups and south towards Middleton Bay and Gull Rock
– Polished jarrah floorboards in most rooms
– High ceilings, decorative cornices
– Big, fully glazed sunroom at the front
– Comfortable lounge with air conditioning
– Dining room with corner window for south-easterly view
– Attractive kitchen, ivory cabinetry and gas cooking
– Main bedroom with carpet, built-in robes and air conditioning
– Two double family bedrooms, both carpeted, one with air conditioning, one with built-in robe
– Good bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry with built-in cabinetry
– Single garage, off-road parking
– Gates to back yard for trailer or caravan
– Two-minute drive to town; near schools
– Ideal for owner-occupiers or rental investors
– Council rates $2,188.78
– Water rates $1,463.12

In a quiet cul-de-sac less than 2km from the Lower King boat ramp on the shore of Oyster Harbour, this well-maintained brick and tile home would make a terrific first home, attractive downsizer or tidy rental investment property.
From the rooms at the rear, it takes in a lovely outlook over rooftops to rural land in the distance. Those who enjoy the outdoor life – sailing, fishing, swimming and bushwalking – will love its proximity to all these attractions, and when it’s time to nestle in and relax, it becomes a comfy, cosy refuge.
It’s clear this home has been well loved since it was constructed in the 1980s, and although there is plenty of scope to value add, it’s clean and tidy throughout. So owners could do it up while living in it – or rent it out just as it is for potentially good returns.
Occupying a block of 705sqm, it has easy-care gardens and a lawn at the front and an area of lawn at the back. A sealed driveway leads to a double garage at the rear of the property and there is plenty of width down the side of the house for even the largest of vehicles.
Inside, the home is light and inviting. The wood fire in the lounge at the front is positioned to warm the adjoining dining area as well. Around the corner, the kitchen has electric cooking, a pantry and a lovely view from the sink.
A hallway leads to the three bedrooms, two of which are big doubles and the third a good-sized single, and all are carpeted. There’s a bath as well as a walk-in shower in the bathroom and the toilet is separate, off the laundry.
Good décor and blinds, a sheltered front veranda, security screen doors and under-house storage are other benefits of this solid property, which is in a price bracket to attract shrewd buyers, so it’s sure to be snapped up.
A growing number of families are appreciating the Lower King lifestyle and proximity to good schools and shops – and this home is well positioned for access to all they hanker for. Be quick to contact Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au to register your interest before you miss out.

What you need to know:
– Well-maintained brick and tile home
– 705sqm block, deep sewered
– Quiet cul-de-sac location
– Lovely outlook to rural land
– Less than 2km from coast and boat ramp
– Near sailing, fishing, swimming, bushwalking, schools, shops
– Lounge with wood fire
– Dining area
– Kitchen with electric cooking, pantry and views
– Two double bedrooms; one big single, all carpeted
– Bathroom with separate bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Wide side access to double garage at the rear
– Easy-care gardens and lawns
– Good flooring, décor and blinds
– Security screens, sheltered veranda, under-house storage
– Ideal first home or one for downsizers
– Great rental investment with potential for good returns
– 12 minutes from town
– Council rates $1,920.53
– Water rates $1,463.12

Fabulous views from Mt Clarence and the city, over Princess Royal Harbour and around to the hills of Torndirrup National Park head a list of desirable features presented by this solid brick and tile home.
It’s a few minutes’ stroll to the centre of York Street for shops, cafés and nightlife, while schools are a bike ride away and the best fishing spots at the town jetty are within a couple of minutes’ drive.
This is a versatile property constructed over two levels – a family home on top and a self-contained flat and games room below – on a low-maintenance, elevated 640sqm block with good parking, 2 garages and turning space.

While new owners might want to modernise some rooms, the home has an appealing vintage feel and is in great shape with spacious indoor and outdoor living areas.
The main living space is a big lounge with a dining area at one end, and a large corner picture window taking in the amazing view over the Entertainment Centre and out to the port.
A similar outlook is shared by the adjacent kitchen, which has a wall oven, gas cook-top and dishwasher.
A second living area at the front of the house provides another option for quieter moments, a sizeable terrace at the back is positioned to take in the view, the fireworks on NYE, and downstairs, there’s a big games room.
Of the four bedrooms in the main home, two have eye catching water views. The master has a walk-in robe and an en suite bathroom with a spa bath. The other three bedrooms are doubles. The main bathroom has a bath, shower and vanity, and there’s a separate toilet off the good-sized laundry that also has abundant storage.
There are views even from the lower level, which has its own external access and could be used for your guests’ accommodation or for a family member to live independently.
The flat underneath consists of a sunny bed-sitting room with a wet area accommodating the shower and toilet at the back, and a kitchen with space for a meals table.
Good storage, including a separate lockable cellar, effective gas heating and solar hot water are other advantages of this substantial property, which is smartly presented throughout.

What you need to know:
– Charming two-storey home plus self-contained flat
– Brick and tile construction
– Elevated 640sqm block
– Expansive city and harbour views, including Torndirrup
– 350 metre walk to the centre of town
– Big lounge/dining room with corner window view
– Second living room
– Sizeable rear terrace
– Games room
– Kitchen with gas cooking, wall oven, dishwasher
– Four double bedrooms
– Main bedroom with en suite bathroom, walk-in robe
– Family bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Flat with bed-sitting room, kitchen/dining, laundry, shower, toilet
– Garage & carport
– Solar hot water, gas heating, ample storage
– Water rates $1,463.12
– Council rates $2,715.52

From its idyllic setting on a grassy 4033sqm block with native trees affording privacy and attracting a diversity of birdlife, this outstanding home promises an enviable lifestyle in a prestigious neighbourhood.

Designed with spacious living and a versatile floor plan as prime considerations, the airy, light home takes in a lovely outlook over the property from its elevated site.

Quality built with Hardy cladding and a Colorbond roof, the home has a six-star energy rating and adopts an open plan design with carefully considered extra features to enhance living options for family members.

At its heart is a generous living area comprising the family room, dining space and adjoining kitchen, which has a dishwasher, walk-in pantry, induction cooktop and wall oven.

The family area – which also accesses an office, a storeroom and a handy third toilet – flows through to a sizeable lounge and a theatre room. The fourth bedroom could also be used as a games room for a big brood to enjoy extra space.

For outdoor living and entertaining, there’s a rear deck looking out over the property, and a little sheltered enclave at the side for relaxing with a book or a glass of chilled white.

The queen-sized master bedroom has windows on two walls and a walk-through robe to an en suite bathroom. The other bedrooms are doubles with built-in robes, and the family bathroom nearby has a deep bath, walk-in shower, vanity and toilet.

Practical and hardwearing laminated plank flooring flows throughout the home, and neutral décor enhances the clean lines of the design.

A major feature of this property is the amazing shed. This fully lined building has two roller doors, one of which is automatic and connection to power, water and sewerage. It has a combined shower room and laundry with a toilet as well as a good-sized storage room.

One of the two driveways from the road leads to the single garage with internal access to the house; the other leads to the shed and heaps of off-road parking and turning space.
This impressive property will appeal to those who appreciate the peace and quiet of a semi-rural retreat with the convenience of town only 13 minutes’ drive away.

What you need to know:
– Modern family home on 4033sqm
– Completed in 2017
– Desirable neighbourhood, quiet leafy setting
– Open family room and dining area
– Kitchen with dishwasher, walk-in pantry, induction cooktop
– Lounge
– Theatre room
– Master bedroom with walk-through robe to en suite bathroom
– Three double bedrooms – one could be games room
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry
– Office, storeroom, third toilet
– Rear deck, sheltered seating area at side
– Big two-bay shed, fully lined with power, water, sewerage
– Storeroom, shower room/laundry in shed
– Single garage with direct access to home
– Grassy block, native trees, birdlife
– 4500ltr rainwater tank
– Quiet locale 13 mins from town
– Council rates $2,764.40
– Water rates $264.35

You must check out this impressive property if you’re in the market for a comfy family home on big block with space for the kids to run around safely, a shed-workshop for all your DIY and a daily bonus of fresh eggs from your own chooks.

It’s a well-presented brick and tile home on a 982sqm lot, with fenced lawns and easy-care gardens at both front and rear and a high-clearance carport leading to backyard access for the caravan or extra vehicles.

Set back from the road for privacy, the family-friendly home has much to offer those who enjoy outdoor summers and cosy winters – and want all the usual amenities within easy reach.

A wood fire and air conditioning are fitted in the appealing lounge, which has plush new carpet and sun streaming in from two directions.

Adjoining this is the dining area, where glazed doors lead out to the private front garden with a shaded area of lawn as well as a versatile undercover deck extending along the side of the house.

Next is the kitchen, with an abundance of modern cabinetry in latte tones, a dishwasher, pantry, gas cook-top, under-bench oven and adjoining meals area with glass doors onto to the deck.

The three bedrooms are all doubles with ceiling fans, carpet and smart night-and-day blinds, and one has a built-in robe.

Nearby are the toilet and the bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and vanity.
Practical and attractive vinyl flooring flows throughout the main traffic areas.

A block of this size allows plenty of scope for owners to do their own thing, and it’s currently set up brilliantly with a sizeable chook run and trees for shade and character.

The secure shed, with power connected, adjoins the back of the house. This is a generous space with enough room for stowing bikes and golf clubs as well as working on big projects.
Other benefits are a rainwater tank supplying drinking water in the kitchen, and security screens for peace of mind.

In addition to the carport, there’s plenty of off-road parking on the long driveway, as well as in the back yard.
Schools, a major supermarket, liquor stores and a pharmacy are within easy reach of this property, which has many appealing aspects for families valuing lifestyle pursuits and leisure time.

What you need to know:
– Appealing brick and tile home
– Private 982sqm block
– Open lounge and dining area with plush new carpet, air conditioning and wood fire
– Good-sized, modern kitchen with dishwasher, pantry
– Meals area
– Long undercover deck
– Three double bedrooms with ceiling fans, carpet
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet
– Laundry
– Carport
– Back yard access
– Secure shed with power
– Fully enclosed front and back gardens
– Chook run
– Rainwater tank connected to kitchen
– Easy access to family amenities
– Council rates $1,921.37
– Water rates $264.35

This lovely character home proudly displays the best preserved features of its 1960s heritage blended with tasteful modernisation while making the most of beautiful coastal views.

From its elevated block of 994sqm in the prestigious suburb of Mira Mar, the two-storey brick home has big picture windows to take in the fabulous outlook from most rooms.
At the same time, it enjoys a sunny, north-facing aspect, bringing natural warmth and a welcoming ambience for residents and guests.

With wide rear access, a garage-workshop and plenty of outdoor space for recreation, the neat R25 zoned, fully serviced block offers versatility and exciting prospects for development.

The main living area is on the upper level, where elegant polished timber floors and high ceilings feature throughout.

This space is sunny and inviting, with the family room and dining area on one side and the upgraded kitchen next to that. With plenty of cabinetry, gas cooking, a dishwasher, stainless steel appliances and a big walk-in pantry, the kitchen is a sunny work area enjoying a share of the fabulous views.

Upstairs is also two double size bedrooms with built in robes, a large, freshly renovated bathroom, separate toilet and laundry.

For outdoor entertaining, the upper level balcony makes the most of the outlook and a delightful alternative on cooler days is an attractive, sheltered nook in the garden.

Downstairs, there’s a third bedroom, another renovated bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity, under-stairwell storeroom and an impressive-sized studio or games room or fourth bedroom. This lower level has its own external access so could easily be converted to a self contained granny flat, teenage retreat or used to run a home based business from.

This highly appealing home has so many facets to please those who want something more inspiring than the run-of-the-mill design and favour a versatile layout and living options to satisfy all family members.

Modern blinds, neutral décor and excellent presentation are other benefits of this charming home.

Its prime location within a five-minute drive of the CBD, the beach, shops, schools, medical facilities and sports grounds adds to its wide appeal with families looking for a special place to call home and live and entertain in style. To register your interest in this exciting property or arrange an inspection please contact Lee Stonell direct on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:
– Beautifully renovated, two-storey 1960s home
– Fully serviced, R25 zoned, 994sqm block with good rear access & subdivision potential
– Original character – beautiful jarrah floors, high ceilings, timber window frames
– Designed to maximise views towards Middleton Bay and Gull Rock National Park
– Sunny open living area on upper floor
– Family room and dining space also on upper level
– Appealing kitchen with good cabinetry, dishwasher
– Upper-level balcony to enjoy amazing views
– Sheltered entertaining area in garden
– Lower-level studio or teenage retreat or granny flat with own access
– Potential to make downstairs level self contained
– Double-sized bedrooms
– Two modernised bathrooms
– Northern aspect
– Garage-workshop
– Council rates $2,231.62 per annum
– Water rates $1,463.12 per annum

This very neat and welcoming property located in ever-popular Bayonet Head offers pleasant street appeal, a solid, well built family dwelling with double garage, vehicle access to the rear of the block and a terrific sheltered outdoor entertaining area, but the stunning views are what sets it apart from the rest in this price bracket. Sit on the front balcony area and soak up the uninterrupted panorama taking in Oyster Harbour, Emu Point, King George Sound, and beyond. These same views are enjoyed from inside the front lounge and master bedroom.
Built in 1971, this brick & tile home has had various significant improvements made to it over the years, including an addition to the rear. Just recently it has had new floor coverings laid, some new blinds and light fittings installed. The paintwork is still fresh and the home is light, airy and ready to move straight in to.
As you enter the home through the front door the hall leads left to a large formal lounge room and, in the opposite direction, also to the master bedroom with built in robe and ensuite. The hall continues on to a formal dining area or space that could also be utilized as a study or home office. A glass door from this part of the home open out to a huge enclosed brick paved all weather outdoor patio with built in barbeque – the perfect space to host larger gatherings regardless of the time of year.
The dining area flows on to the kitchen, which was remodeled when the extension was added to the rear of the home in 1996. The very spacious kitchen with cream cabinetry, gas cook top, new wall oven, built in pantry, double sink, dishwasher and breakfast bar, is open to the adjacent informal living and meals area, which comes with a solid fuel heater and sliding door access to the back yard. The very generous sized laundry is also found at this end of the home.
Another wing extends off the kitchen area and here you will find three additional bedrooms, all double size and one with built in robes, the family bathroom, and separate second toilet. A built in linen cupboard is located in this rear hallway and also another in the front part of the home.
There is wide vehicle access to the rear of the 794 sqm block and a powered brick double garage is located in the back corner of the block.
Set amongst a high standard of housing the street, an excellent primary school is within walking distance, and other amenities such as shops and fuel are only a couple of minutes’ drive away. Hop in the car and you can be in town within 12 minutes.
With this list of great features on offer, this property is sure to attract plenty of attention. For further information or to arrange an inspection don’t delay in contacting Lee Stonell on 0409 684 653 or lee@merrifield.com.au

What you need to know:

– Super neat brick and tile home with multiple living areas
– Expansive harbour, ocean and hillside views
– 794sqm block, deep sewered
– Sunny, airy, comfortable dwelling
– New floor coverings, blinds and light fittings
– Formal lounge with large windows to enjoy the views
– Formal dining room which could double as a home office/study space
– Spacious kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and breakfast bar
– Informal living and meals area with wood fire
– Impressive enclosed patio with built-in barbecue
– Master bedroom with views, robes and ensuite
– Three other bedrooms all double size
– Family bathroom has bath, shower, vanity
– Laundry and separate toilet
– Excellent presentation, neat décor
– Fully fenced back yard, mostly in lawn
– Double garage with access to yard for trailer
– Extra off-road parking
– Ideal for families, retirees or rental investors
– Walk to primary school, easy access to shops, fuel, 12 mins to town
– Great neighbourhood
– Council rates $2,307.64
– Water rates $1,463.12

Here’s a cosy home to set you on your way if you’re just getting into the real estate market, or if you’re looking for a solid rental investment in a popular family suburb.

Number 5 Elizabeth Street in Lower King is a well-priced, comfortable brick and tile home with some welcome features and inviting indoor and outdoor living areas.

Built in the late 1970s, it occupies a bigger-than-the-average block of 895sqm with mature trees and lawns surrounding the house and plenty of off-road parking in addition to a double-length carport.

For those who enjoy entertaining, there’s a long covered patio at the back of the home and a sheltered sunken area complete with a terrific built-in pizza oven.

Inside, the home is bright and sunny. The lounge at the front has windows on two walls and a wood fire that also heats the adjoining dining area. Although, the wood fire could easily be upgraded to a reverse cycle air conditioner to bring it up to speed.

On the other side of the dining space is the renovated kitchen. This sports sparkling white cabinetry, attractive tiling, a pantry, dishwasher and attractive vinyl plank flooring extending to the dining area and lounge.

A hallway leads off the dining area to the three good-sized bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes. The laundry, separate toilet and bathroom, with bath, shower and vanity, are also along the hallway.

Though the bathroom would benefit from renovation, it is clean and serviceable, so any work could be carried out while living in the property.

Outside, there are garden sheds, and plenty of scope for gardening types to get their hands dirty and grow veggies and herbs.

From this home, you or your tenants could be launching the dinghy at Lower King or throwing out a line in just a few minutes.

Schools and school buses are within easy reach and a major supermarket is a short drive down the road. Albany CBD is only approximately 14 minutes by car.

But staying at home would also be an appealing option. There’s space for the kids to play on the front and back lawns, trees to climb in the fenced gardens and room for computer desks in their bedrooms. The size of the block would also allow for a good size shed and easy access to it – perfect for a tradie, fisherman, holiday makers with a caravan or camper trailer or anything else that needs to be stored away.

Take a look – this is an attractive proposition with the opportunity to easily add value and enjoy the leisure activities this area is known for.

What you need to know:
– Brick and tile family home
– 895sqm block with lawns front and back
– House sheltered by mature trees
– Terrific paved, undercover patio
– Sunken deck with built-in pizza oven
– Sunny lounge with wood fire
– Dining area
– Renovated kitchen with dishwasher and pantry
– Three good-sized bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet off laundry
– Fenced yard
– Double-length carport
– Close to fishing, sailing, schools, shops
– Approx. 14 minutes to Albany by car
– Water Rates $1,463.12
– Council Rates $1,893.31

Appealing design features, flexible living options and its proximity to the beach, town and schools make this smart home an inspired choice for buyers taking a fresh approach to realistically priced real estate.

Where security, space and convenience are priorities, this home delivers.

It’s clear from the street that it offers something different to run-of-the-mill homes, with its feature carport sheltering the main entrance and a circular driveway for ease of access.

Finished in an attractive cream render with contrasting white quoins, the wide-frontage brick and Colorbond residence takes centre stage on its 632sqm block in the highly regarded neighbourhood of Breaksea Estate.

The main focus of the home is a big, open living area consisting of a family room and dining space with ceramic floor tiles and a carpeted lounge at the front.

Feature coffer ceilings and skylights lend the space an air of individuality, and a floor-to-ceiling window and glazed doors enhance the sunny feel of this welcoming space.

The doors lead out to a partly enclosed patio, a generous outdoor entertaining area amply complementing the indoor living spaces.

The kitchen has electric cooking, a pantry and plenty of good cabinetry as well as a breakfast bar.

Two of the bedrooms are reached via a hallway from the family room. The main bedroom is queen sized with two built-in robes; the other is a double also with a robe, and both are carpeted.

Nearby is the bathroom with a bath, shower, toilet and vanity.

The third bedroom, a small double, is on the opposite side of the house and has a handy en suite shower and toilet.

There’s space for family members to spread out and play in the fenced back yard, which is mostly in grass with a toolshed and easy-care gardens. Gates at the side provide access for parking the trailer.

Tenants are in place until March 2022, so this would suit investors with a solid rental in mind and an eye on excellent prospects for future leasing.

What you need to know:
– Brick and Colorbond home
– On 632sqm block in good neighbourhood
– Close to beach, schools, shops, few minutes to town
– Open family room/dining/lounge
– Kitchen with pantry, breakfast bar, good cabinetry
– Generous, partly enclosed patio
– Queen-sized master bedroom
– Two double bedrooms, one with en suite shower and toilet
– Main bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Laundry
– Good floor tiling and carpets
– Door security screens
– Carport at front door
– Circular driveway, fenced yard with access for trailer
– Tenanted until March 2022
– Good rental prospects
– Council rates $2,110.65
– Water rates $1,463.12

A recent total refurbishment of this property has transformed it into a comfortable, well-appointed place packed with features not normally found in budget-friendly homes.
It has a good-sized modern kitchen, a stylish new bathroom, fresh paintwork, and lots of glazing making rooms light and welcoming, as well as new electrics and six solar panels, assisting with the power bills.
It means the new owners can move in with nothing to do apart from fitting their own choice of floor coverings in the lounge and bedrooms and start loving the lifestyle inside and out.
The 1960s fibro and tile home occupies a big corner lot of 953sqm with two-road, drive-through access. The current owner has thoughtfully laid out the block with a gated area at the front for parking and another beyond with an area of lawn and enough space for secure stowing of the caravan or trailer and building a shed.
Gardens are tidy and well laid out, designed for low maintenance but with enough scope for planting veggies.
It’s inside, though, that this home really impresses.
The air-conditioned lounge at the front, with windows on two walls, opens onto a meals area and the adjoining kitchen. With neutral cabinetry, a dishwasher, pantry, and electric cooking, this is a terrific space for the family cook to be creative.
Off the kitchen is the newly renovated laundry, with access to the gorgeous bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and toilet.
Then at the back, two more living areas add to the versatility and wide appeal of this home.
One is a big family room or games room, and the other is a sheltered patio overlooking the back yard – ideal for summer barbies.
Two of the three bedrooms are queen sized, and the third is a big single.
The modernisation project has been carried out with careful attention to detail and everything is in great order.
The property’s proximity to town, schools and all amenities enhance its appeal for families and investors alike.

What you need to know:
– Beautifully refurbished 1960s family home
– Fibro and tile
– 953sqm corner block with two-road, drive-through access
– Light, comfortable, inviting
– Air-conditioned lounge
– Family or games room
– Modern kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, electric cooking, good cabinetry
– Sheltered rear patio
– New bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, toilet
– Renovated laundry
– Two queen size bedrooms; one big single
– Fenced yard for trailer or caravan; space for shed
– Six solar panels with new inverter
– New electrics
– Close to schools, shops, town
– Council rates $1,838.45
– Water rates $1,463.12