Home offers tranquil living in Mandurah

31 Oct, 2001 10:00 PM
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BASSETT-SCARFE Realty in Mandurah is proud to present this first-class property in Dawesville, just 20km south of Mandurah.

With the developments taking place in the Mandurah area, properties like this, close to the Harvey Estuary, are in great demand.

Parkland cleared, 1228 Estuary Road, Bouvard, offers more than two hectares (five acres) of tranquility and beauty at a stone's throw from the conveniences of modern life.

Its spectacular gardens, littered with jarrah, redgum and tuart trees, are so impressive they have been opened to the public each spring for viewing.

The homestead is well suited to entertaining with wide verandahs facing the sloping lawns.

The ranch-styled four-bedroom, two bathroom homestead perfectly complements its surroundings, and the formal dining and sitting room, ducted air-conditioning and tile fire add comfort and style.

A well developed outside entertaining area and patio provide opportunities to make the most of Australia's beautiful climate.

The property also has a full security system, storage shed, gazebo, bore and reticulation.

All in all, this is a beautifully presented property with loads of extras.

A brochure is available.

pMore information: Paddy Donkin, mobile 0417 916 276.

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