Buy­ers get best of both worlds

En­joy this hol­i­day villa – and rent it out, too. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential -

A HOL­I­DAY home in the South­west can be very ap­peal­ing, but so is in­vest­ing.

The in­vest­ment could pro­vide reg­u­lar in­come, but a hol­i­day home will al­low you spend time in this beau­ti­ful part of the world, with its many at­trac­tions.

What should you chose? Known as the Hon­ey­moon Suite, this lux­ury villa in the In­jidup Spa Re­sort al­lows you to have the best of both worlds.

As the owner, you and your guests can have up to 90 days for your use per an­num.

Leave your cares be­hind, sit back, re­lax and soak up the in­cred­i­ble bay views and views of Cape Clairault and the na­tional park.

If you want to be a lit­tle more ac­tive, en­joy the nearby Cape to Cape walk trails and lovely beaches, and there are winer­ies and other at­trac­tions to visit.

The villa in­cludes a king-sized bed­room, gar­den bath­room with ter­razzo bath, open-plan liv­ing area with kitch­enette, and an al­fresco area with tim­ber deck­ing and heated plunge pool.

The ex­clu­sive re­sort in­cludes a restau­rant and day spa fa­cil­i­ties.

A hol­i­day down south has never sounded so good, and while you are not there, the villa will be earn­ing in­come.

It is in huge de­mand and at­tracts a rental of up to $700 a night.

Full de­tails of in­come are avail­able from the sell­ing agent Jamie Loh. ■

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