A NEW LIFE NEAR THE COAST
60 Wilson Street
LITTLE GROVE, WA 6330
If you’ve decided on building a home to suit your family’s individual needs rather than move into an existing place, choosing the right block is the first step.
Deciding where you want to live can be exciting, especially if you discover a place in a desirable neighbourhood with an attractive natural environment and all amenities within easy reach.
This 768sqm residential building block in a leafy Little Grove street has all the answers and it’s a short distance from Princess Royal Harbour for walking, cycling, fishing and crabbing – school holidays will never be the same.
Access is from Wilson Street and also from the short cul-de-sac Wattlebird Cove at the rear. It is mainly flat with a rise near the front affording privacy from the road.
Apart from a few native trees at the front boundary, it is cleared ready for construction and all services are on site.
You could build a sizeable home with generous indoor and outdoor living areas and still have room for a shed and play space.
Torndirrup National Park, with its many natural attractions and walk tracks, adjoins this suburb, so families who enjoy the great outdoors will love living here.
For everyday convenience, you can’t beat it. Little Grove Primary School, which has a very good reputation, is a short walk away and the school bus to Albany stops nearby. There’s also a fuel outlet and general store 1.5km up the road, and the CBD is only about 10 minutes away.
Take a walk on the block and imagine the lovely home and lifestyle you could build here. Once you’ve secured this highly appealing parcel of land, you can design your home at leisure and start looking forward to your family’s new life near the coast.
What you need to know:
– 768sqm residential building block
– Among attractive homes in leafy street
– Desirable suburb with attractive natural environment
– Walking, cycling, fishing, crabbing at nearby Princess Royal Harbour
– Mostly level
– Two-road access
– Cleared for building
– All services ready for connection
– Short walk to primary school, school bus to Albany
– Fuel and general store nearby
– Torndirrup National Park on the doorstep
– 10-minute commute to Albany
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $1,159
Property Type: Residential Land
Land Size: 768.0 m²