Pic­turesque prop­erty of­fers op­tion to run as a B&B

Narrogin Observer - - Southern Living -

En­route to mag­nif­i­cent coastal tourist spots, this rare life­style re­treat of­fers an op­por­tu­nity for buy­ers long­ing for a pic­turesque prop­erty, where they have the ex­cit­ing op­tion to op­er­ate a B&B ven­ture.

The beau­ti­ful pep­per­mint tree grove park­land 1.7324ha prop­erty is ideally si­t­u­ated only about 10 minutes from Al­bany’s his­toric city cen­tre and near spec­tac­u­lar Princess Royal Har­bour and the yacht club, pub­lic golf course, school and shop.

With B&B ac­com­mo­da­tion al­ready es­tab­lished, it poses a great prospect for any­one con­tem­plat­ing semi-re­tire­ment, a com­plete life­style change and the choice to work from home.

It also has im­mense ap­peal for farm­ers moving into town, but still crav­ing open space and se­ri­ous shed space.

And for fam­i­lies, ex­tended fam­i­lies or tradies need­ing ex­pan­sive liv­ing, a shed and open space, this prop­erty ex­cels.

There is a 48sqm shed and dream 250sqm plumbed and pow­ered high-span shed, which in­cludes a ba­sic kitch­enette, toi­let, shower and laun­dry nook. This is linked to the home by a wide pa­tio.

The orig­i­nal home is warm, cosy and very invit­ing and has lovely views of the prop­erty.

The open-plan lounge, meals and kitchen zone flows to the fam­ily wing. The fourth bed­room can re­main part of this wing, or be closed off to cre­ate ex­tra ac­com­mo­da­tion in the fab­u­lous self-con­tained B&B or ad­di­tional pri­vate fam­ily quar­ters.

The ex­ten­sive use of tim­ber, pic­ture win­dows and par­quetry floor­ing and the im­pos­ing high ceil­ing make an im­pres­sive state­ment in the open liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen hub of the B&B abode.

Guests or fam­ily will be pam­pered with a pri­vate pa­tio, lux­u­ri­ous spa bath and pri­vate views in the bath­room and a spa­cious bed­room with walk-in robe. The prop­erty has a bore and mul­ti­ple rain­wa­ter tanks.

There is a home open this Satur­day at 4pm.

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