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Fam­i­lies may also en­joy the prox­im­ity of Tree Tops to well-re­garded schools – Kin­noull Pri­mary is less than a mile away – and Perth’s ex­cel­lent ameni­ties are within easy reach. Ris­ing up be­hind Tree Tops is about 10 acres of mixed wood­land with grassy path­ways, open glades and pretty view­points.

Whilst there is a right of way for an off road ve­hi­cle to drive to the wood­lands, it is an easy walk from the house to the top of the wood­land area and it is also a won­der­ful place for ex­er­cis­ing dogs, col­lect­ing wood and ob­serv­ing wildlife.

At the top of the wood­land is a gate pro­vid­ing di­rect ac­cess to Kin­noull Hill and all its ex­cel­lent walks and cy­cle tracks.

“Be­cause we have our own ac­cess in to Kin­noull Hill, you can walk for 15 miles through the wood­lands and on quiet for­est tracks with­out ever hav­ing to cross a road,” adds Roy. “But of course it is the views I’ll miss most – you can see right over the city to the hills be­yond, and it changes daily. It’s never bor­ing.”

On a clear day you can see across the city to the hills be­yond

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