Beautiful, Spacious Well-kept Home

Beautiful, Spacious Well-kept Home


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful, spacious, well-kept home is peaceful with relaxing outdoor areas complete with a good size swimming pool and gas BBQ. Perfect for dining under the stars in the summer evenings or for breakfast or lunch under the pergolas. We have 3 bedrooms (two queen size beds and one king size single). The theatre room hosts a large screen and a variety of books with a fold down double bed. Wifi is available. We have two studies and a formal and informal living and dining area. Our kitchen is large with stone benches and is equipped with all new Miele appliances. It is an easy-care home with slate floors in the casual living areas and stacker doors onto the back patio. Our home is situated in a quiet suburb 8 kms north west of the City of Perth, Western Australia, 20 minutes from historic Fremantle and five minutes by car from Western Australia’s impressive coastline with it’s beautiful beaches and turquoise sea. We are minutes walking from parks and wildlife reserves and public transport is 2 minutes walking distance.

The house has precious breakables and antiques and is not suitable for young children.

If you would like to stay in our home for a complete holiday, we have a cleaner who will clean the whole house for AUS$100 when you leave, ready for the next guests. It is not mandatory but it is available,

What I like about Western Australia:
In Summer it is hot and ... its heaven, the frangipani and other flowers bloom in beautiful colors.

Three months of sun, sand, salt water is the time to take a stunning swim in the aqua blue ocean along the coast. WA summers are simply the best. From Hillary’s Beach to Margaret River we have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Waiting for the Fremantle Doctor (a cool breeze off the sea) to come sweeping through the back door in the late afternoon.

Dragging for prawns, and fishing on a balmy night or dropping the crab nets in the Swan River or Peel Inlet for a feed of fat blue mannas crabs, then the feast with hot bread, a dash of salt and some vinegar while watching the twinkling lights reflecting from the city buildings in the tiny surface waves with family and friends in the warm evening.

Walking through Kings Park, one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture offering innovative design, displays and services. Kings Park has an international reputation for scientific research, leading horticulture, conservation and public education. Kings Park is home to the spectacular Western Australian Botanic Garden, which displays over 3,000 species of the State’s unique flora. Two thirds of the 400 hectare park is protected as bush-land and provides a haven for native biological diversity.

Visitors can enjoy sweeping views of the Swan and Canning Rivers, the city skyline and the Darling Ranges to the east. Bush-land walk trails, immaculate gardens and park-lands and a variety of children’s discovery play areas can all be found in Kings Park. The Visitor Information Centre, free daily guided walks, Aspects of Kings Park gallery shop, cafes and public transport are easily accessible.

The 60-hectare, heritage-listed site - The Golden Valley Tree Park in Balingup. in our South-West has a collection of trees that was started more than 100 years ago and is now the largest arboretum in WA.

The internationally recognized nature-based tourism attraction: The Valley of the Giants a Tree Top Walk west of Denmark and east of Walpole. It is stunning.

Eating hot fish and chips on the foreshore and watch the magnificent Australian sun drop like a great orange orb into the ocean, throwing its magnificent colors up across the sky.

Heading for the South-West with a stop for breakfast at the little town of Dunsborough then on to lunch of delicious ribs at the Eagle Bay Brewery.

Staying over for the weekend at Margaret River, a small town south of Perth, known for its craft breweries, chocolate, boutiques and surrounding wineries. Beaches and surf breaks line the nearby coast. A long lazy lunch accompanied by a famous chilled bottle of Margaret River wine, looking at the rows of grape vines and then a a stop at the chocolate factory.

Watching migratory whales along the coast from June to November.

Visiting the long-distance Cape to Cape Track that fringes the limestone caves and sea cliffs of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

Watching outdoor movies under a still sky at the Rooftop Movies on the top floor of the Roe Street car park in the City, the Moonlight Cinema at Kings Park and the Somerville Auditorium at the University of WA or an ice cold beer from one of our boutique breweries.

Visiting the suburb of Mundaring nestled in the Jarrah forest of the Perth Hills – listening to the bush band and enjoying the famous spit roast or picnics at Lake Leschenaultia and enjoy the small but beautiful blue Leschenaultia flowers - Pack your bathers to swim in the beautiful surrounding.

The influx of 500,000 tourists from all over the world and interstate who come to WA to experience one of the world’s best summers.

Children playing in the water of the “interactive sculpture” in Perth’s Forrest Place, squealing with delight.

Summer means it’s time of a stand-up paddle board session at Iso’s reef off Cottesloe wearing only board-shorts or a bikini or sit on the free sun lounges at Bathers beach in Fremantle. Or Kayaking on Augusta’s Blackwood River.

Fresh bread, fresh fish, fresh honey, fresh fruit. Fresh everything from one of the state’s farmer’s markets or from friend’s veggie patches. Every green thumb with a veggie patch loves summer for one reason above all others – it’s the one time of year to grow a bountiful harvest of sweet, juicy tomatoes that eclipse anything you can find in a supermarket. For a true taste of summer, pick one ripe from the bush, wrap it in a basil leaf and devour on the spot.

A thick juicy steak on the barbie (BBQ) and a sausage sizzle for the kids or a taste feast at the the “Twilight Hawkers Market”.

Visiting our iconic Rottnest Island by ferry. Buying a mock cream bun from the bakery and watching the cute little quokkas (a cross between kangaroos and wallabies.).

Love is in the air during summer, it is our wedding season and couples in love walk down the aisles at venues and beaches all over the state.

People keeping fit, running along the Swan River at dusk or dawn or watching the sun set as you go up and (and up and down again) at Kings Park’s DNA tower.

Swimming with dolphins at Bunbury thanks to the multi-award winning Dolphin Discovery Centre. Visiting Monkey Mia in the north. Snorkelling and scuba diving at different locations along the coast. Swimming with the whale sharks.

Walking under the Sea at the Underwater Observatory at Busselton Jetty. The longest jetty in the southern hemisphere is a wildlife mecca, with visibility to match.

Wandering through Kalamunda markets, having a picnic in the cool at the magnificent Araluen tulip gardens

Summer is crayfish season and a few spots are more scenic than diving for crays off Hamelin Bay near Augusta. While you’re in the vicinity, take in the spectacular view from the top of the Augusta lighthouse.

Manjimup stone fruit. During summer the peaches, nectarines, plums and apricots are ripe, full of flavor, sweet as honey.

Western Australia's world class Opera, the ballet, the WA Orchestra, the music festivals and the Museum and Art Gallery.
And………there is so much more.

Come and visit us, you will love it.


More about us

  1. We are retired professionals in our 60's

  2. We worked in law and in marketing

  3. We love our family, opera, history and travel


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Where is it?


Quite suburban neighborhood, minutes from bus stop, close to a large and small shopping centers. Ten minutes from the City and the beautiful beaches. Restaurants, cafes in walking distance. Beautiful parks for walking.

Buzzy restaurants
Perth's vibrant multiculturalism is particularly evident in its food scene. Perth boasts an extensive buffet including fantastic restaurants, cafes, wineries, breweries and bars as well as great food and wine regions. Fremantle is the home of alfresco dining in Western Australia and is well known for its laid back atmosphere at the many restaurants, cafés, markets, roving street trucks and hotels.
Cool bars
Perth’s laneways and rooftops are a buzz with small bars and cafes - and it's not just the heart of the city offering fantastic watering holes and yummy bites! Close to us along the coast you will find a number of bars and cafes.
Cozy cafés
Perth locals love their coffee. You will find new and trendy cafes and espresso bar all over the city. Close to home we have beautiful little cafes overlooking the Indian ocean, at the lake (in walking distance) or at Westfields shopping centre.
Retail therapy
Nearby is Westfield Shopping Centre: supermarkets, fitness centres, health food, chemists, boot repairs, dry cleaner, hairdressers, beauticians, banks, movie theatre and a variety of shops. In the stylish Malls of Perth you can stock up on trendy beach fashions, buy unique Aboriginal art, discover antiques or find special gifts to suit your loved ones. The shopping is centred on several main areas, each oozing their own unique style. If you head out on the Perth to Fremantle train line can start in Perth City and head to Subiaco, Claremont, Cottesloe and Fremantle to really immerse yourself in shopping heaven. You'll find so much to buy that the only difficulty you'll have is getting your new purchases home again! We have the best weekend markets in Perth selling everything from hand-made market products and natural organic produce, to arts and craft.
Bit of culture
You are in for a treat with the Western Australian world class Opera, Ballet, Theatre, Music Festivals and Events/ Museum and Art Gallery. In the cultural hotspots like Perth, Northbridge, Subiaco and Fremantle you will find music ranging from rock bands to chilled out jazz floating from wine bars and restaurants. There are Public Art Walks and Outdoor Cinemas
Walks in the park
We are surrounded by beautiful suburban parks and lakes. In Perth City Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, displays and services. Kings Park has an international reputation for scientific research, leading horticulture, conservation and public education with sweeping views of the Swan and Canning Rivers, the city skyline and the Darling Ranges to the east. Perth and surrounds has many wonderful walking and hiking trails through the national parks, informative guided walking tours in Fremantle and Rottnest and numberous cycle, canoeing and horse riding trails. WA posts an amazing line up of spectacular natural events and attractions including fascinating wildflowers and precious natural treasurers with thousands of flowers scattered across the region. This offers a unique opportunity to be touched by nature. Perth boasts diverse wildlife experiences and natural wonders to discover. From marine life to marsupials, there are a range of unique wildlife encounters on offer in and around Perth. Discover some stunning scenery on offer in the national, nature and marine parks of Perth and surrounds. Explore these parks by foot, bike, or snorkel there's a range of fantastic experiences on offer.
Spot of exercise
Swimming, windsurfing, surfing, sailing, boating, fishing, horse riding, golf, bike riding
Day tripping
Perth Hop on Hop off Bus, Free guided walking tours through Kings Park, Morning Tea Walking Tour of Perth, History, Culture and Heritage Waling Tour of Perth, Arcades and Laneway Walking Tour, Swim with the Dolphins in Bunbury, Margaret River - Caves - Wine and Cape Leewin Light House, Historic Toodyay, Perth City Tour, Swan Valley Cruise, Swan Valley Tour from Perth, Wine, Beer and Chocolate Tastings. Pinnacles Desert, Koalas and Sand boarding, Caversham Wildlife Park, Historic Fremantle Walking Tour, Perth and Northbridg Art Walking Tours , Cruise the Canals of Mandurah, Rottnest Island Bike and Snorkel Tour, Perth City of Lights Dinner Cruise, Wave Rock, York Wildflowers and Aboriginal Culture Tour, Swan River Scenic Cruise, Penguin Island Tour with Dolphin and Sea Lion cruise, Upper Swan Cruise, Perth Helicopter Tour, Perth Zoo, Whale Watching Cruise and Hillary's Boat Harbour Trip from Perth. Bike and Mountain Bike Tours, Electric Bike Tours, Food Tours, Perth Jetpack and Fly-board Experience. Learn to windsurf. Standup paddle boarding, Kayaking and Canoeing, Scuba Diving and snorkelling, Windsurfing and Kiteboarding Lessons, Learn to Surf, Waterskiing and Jet skiing, Perth Self Guided Audio Tour, Theme Park - Adventure World, Fremantle Prison Tour, Perth Segway, Half Day Hummer Swan Valley Wildlife and Winery Tour from Perth, Perth Photography Tour, Perth Places, Landscapes and Travels Photography Workshop, Private Night Photography Tour, Claremont Heritage Tour from Perth.

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