You're going to love it out here. Shire of Northam; a place of heritage, commerce and lifestyle to work, live and prosper. Clackline; a beautiful community with like-minded residents who love their peace-and-quiet among nature's tall trees and rocky outcrops on larger blocks of land. Benrua Road; set far enough off Great Eastern Highway to be considered secluded yet not too far into the bush to make the trip to Northam townsite's education, medical, financial and retail services or a trip to the city inaccessable.
About a quarter of the land is cleared, the rest is natural bush but there's more it's not just the land and its location that's attractive, you're going to fall in love with the dwelling and its features. You'll feel like a King or Queen of your castle.
Space and room to move is the first thing you'll notice.
At 2.7m, the ceilings are higher than usual, the meals area is in open plan format with kitchen and family rooms and takes in a beautiful vista of the surrounding yard through a wide expanse of windows or glass doors. The kitchen is filled with cupboards and has a secondary hot water unit below the sink.
The main entry hall passage goes from the front to the back door. A secondary passage leads to bedrooms and the bathroom. The bedrooms are huge with room for more than just single beds, two having walk-in robes and I do mean 'walk-in' while the 3rd bedroom has a massive 3 door, mirror front, built-in robe.
Ever seen a family fight over whose turn it is to use the bathroom just as it's time to leave for work or school? This family bathroom has 3 compartments within so the toilet, shower and vanity can be used by 3 members simultaneously without interfering with the other. There's a second toilet in the laundry with a gigantic utility room attached, a great place for shelving to store all those odd bits and pieces and room for an additional fridge or freezer.
You'll never feel the hot or cold weather. There's a 3 Zone reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system, a cosy slow combustion room heater in the family room, ceiling fans in some rooms and the roof and walls are insulated.
Burst through the kitchen/family glass doors onto an amazing 11 x 5m Colorbond covered, brick paved patio with lights and fans. The front of the house is protected from the summer setting sun by an 18 x 3.5m verandah. Tinker away at a workbench in the 10 x 6 x 4m steel workshop with 15A power, concrete floor and 2 sliding doors. A 4m enclosed leanto is pitched off the rear of the workshop.
Follow the little path to the gazebo down near the front of the block; a perfect place to relax, enjoy some wine and cheese and watch the setting sun or let the kids run to the back of the block to their cubby. A two room transportable building half way along the driveway could be a great teenagers' retreat.
Gardens are varied and low maintenance and can be watered from two 10 000L rain water tanks with electric pump.
Ask Steve Hill and Lara Turnbull for more information or an inspection today.