SOUTHERN LIVING, Beautiful bushland abode

Albany Advertiser

A truly enviable lifestyle awaits the new owners of this spacious, superior home on a beautiful 2ha bushland estate with magnificent views across Princess Royal Harbour to Albany Port and around to Frenchman Bay.

There are many impressive aspects to this versatile property, just 10 minutes walk from Goode beach.

The outstanding home has been lovingly and meticulously modernised to capitalise on the panoramic outlook while incorporating many extras for the owners’ comfort and indulgence.

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All fittings and features are of high quality and flooring, window treatments, tiling and solid granite benchtops enhance the style and classy finish of the building.

Big windows, raked ceilings and jarrah flooring in the main open living area create a warm, sunny ambience to the family room and dining area.

Overlooking this is the sensational kitchen, with ivory cabinetry, solid granite benchtops, a dishwasher and pyrolytic oven.

Tucked around the corner is a comfortable lounge, which has a share of the view and a big wood fire.

Adding to the possibilities for family living and entertaining are decks on both sides of the home — one open and spacious, the other more sheltered — and a sizeable undercroft games room or music room.

The king-sized main bedroom has a generous ensuite, walk-in robe and door on to the deck, while two more queen-sized bedrooms along the hallway have built-in robes. The fourth also lends itself to use as a study or studio.

In addition to the main bathroom, there’s a third shower room and toilet ideally sited for a post-swim freshen-up.

The fastidiously maintained block has perimeter firebreaks and walk tracks through the bush with seating areas for admiring the wildflowers and birdlife. The orchard of mixed fruit trees and vegetable garden is fully reticulated from plentiful rainwater supplies.

Complementing the double garage under the main roof is an additional freestanding Colorbond garage for a boat and ute, and a workshop with power.

With the remains of an original 1880s hut built by early settler William McBride still on the land, this historic property has a carefully preserved heritage.

This is an exceptional estate proudly presented for sale to privileged new owners.

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