Joondalup Weekender - - Let's Eat -

loved the prox­im­ity to Yel­lagonga Re­gional Park.

“The abun­dant bird life, kan­ga­roos, bob­tails, tur­tles and even the oc­ca­sional snake made it a great place to live, walk, cy­cle or jog,” Chris said.

Inside, there is a large open­plan lounge room, a din­ing room and a sunken games room for fam­ily time.

There is also a paved rear al­fresco space with a built-in bar­be­cue over­look­ing lush gar­dens.

“The house has evolved with us,” Chris said. “Ini­tially we had a large and very ex­pen­sive-tomain­tain front verge and the back­yard was a huge ex­panse of grass. We re-land­scaped both ar­eas and now it re­quires min­i­mal main­te­nance.

“This is great as we have been grey no­mads for the past few years and we can sim­ply lock and leave.”

There are four bed­rooms, in­clud­ing the mas­ter with triple built-in robes, a walk-in robe, split-sys­tem air­con­di­tion­ing and well-ap­pointed en­suite.

Other fea­tures in­clude zoned re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing, Crim­safe se­cu­rity doors, roller shut­ters, so­lar pan­els, and a ex­tra deep garage with room for a small work­shop.

“Edge­wa­ter is a su­perb community,” Moira said. “We know just about all of our neigh­bours.

“Many are el­derly and our cul-de-sac has al­ways looked out for them.

“We also have some fam­i­lies with young chil­dren, teens and adult chil­dren.”

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