Resort-style living on a beautiful estate

Resort-style living on a beautiful estate


The property covers 4.2128 hectares and has high watermark frontage of about 250 metres to the Harvey Estuary, within the Mandurah municipality.

  • Price: Openn Negotiation
  • Location: Herron
  • Area: 4.21ha
  • Agent: Nutrien Harcourts WA
  • Contact: David Jannings 0429 332 245 and Steve Lloyd-Smith 0409 109 674

NO plane tickets required, if you should be the very fortunate new owner of this beautiful estate you will enjoy private, resort-style living every day of the year and it's only 29 kilometres from Mandurah and 99km from the centre of Perth.

This property is for sale by Openn Negotiation - the auction has commenced and the property could sell as early as tomorrow.

The property covers 4.2128 hectares and has high watermark frontage of about 250 metres to the Harvey Estuary, within the Mandurah municipality.

There are two residences, a garage and two storage sheds on the property.

The main residence was completed in 2002 and is a brick and iron-roofed structure comprising four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms plus an office, laundry, living area, kitchen and pantry.

The master bedroom has two walk-in wardrobes and an ensuite.

In 2010 this house was extended to incorporate an alfresco and barbecue area as well as a new wing incorporating two bedrooms complete with ensuites, a kitchen and living area as well as a storeroom and outside toilet.

Both sections of the home are surrounded on three sides by a 3m-wide bull-nosed verandah.

At the rear of the main house there is a paved courtyard surrounded with a limestone brick fence which as a shade sail.

A three car brick and iron roofed garage is adjacent to the house.

In 2017 an additional four-bedroom, three-bathroom, brick and iron-roofed home was built on another part of the property.

It is also surrounded on three sides by a 3m-wide bullnosed verandah.

It also has a larger outdoor area at the front or estuary side.

This second home has a six star energy efficiency rating.

A 12 kilowatt solar power supply consisting of 44 panels and an ABB inverter supplements power usage to all the buildings and a diesel powered 40 kilovolt ampere generator equipped with an automatic changeover switch provides emergency power in the event of a Western Power outage.

A solar hot water system provides hot water to the newest home.

The other residence has an instantaneous gas hot water system.

Both homes are air-conditioned with reverse cycle air-conditioners and their kitchens have six burner gas top stoves with electric ovens.

Ceilings are 2.8m high and air-conditioning is supplemented with ceiling fans.

A back-to-base security system is installed in the main house and garage and CCTV with eight cameras is also installed.

Telephone and internet connections are supplied via satellite.

Water supply for the house and hand watering comes from rain water tanks via pressure pumps.

There is a total rainwater storage capacity of 325,000 litres.

Each house has a septic system with nutrient retention effluent treatment set up.

There are three separate reticulation watering systems - one at each house for garden and lawn watering and another system to water the orchard and vegetable garden.

Water for the reticulation is drawn from a well on the property.

In addition to the garage there are two storage sheds.

The first is a 9m x 18m, steel-framed, Colorbond shed and the other is a 6m x 6m shed.

Both have electricity connected.

A small 2ha paddock has been used to run sheep in the past and could probably be used to run a pony or two.

An all-weather recycled asphalt road leads from the Old Coast Road to the houses and sheds and a limestone block wall with electrically operated gate is at the entrance.

The boundary fence along Old Coast Road is a 1.5m high steel picket fence.


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