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Single Property

Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
Under Offer!
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

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Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
Under Offer!
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
Under Offer!
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
Under Offer!
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
Under Offer!
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

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Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings available.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Under Offer. Sorry, no more viewings.
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

Under Offer.

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.
Viewing by appointment.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

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Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

The house is 17 years old and has suffered a bit of wear and tear - the decking is weathered in spots and some of the doors need attention. But value for money? This is it.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

I know that you will think that the price is amazing – it is and that's because the 17-year-old house is not perfect. It has suffered a bit of wear and tear and there are a few things you would want to fix up. But value for money? This is it.

Give me a call and come quickly.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

I know that you will think that the price is amazing – it is and that's because the 17-year-old house is not perfect. It has suffered a bit of wear and tear and there are a few things you would want to fix up. But value for money? This is it.

Give me a call and come quickly.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back
Resort-Style Living
From $399,000
Address:
30 Soldiers Road, Roleystone
Features:
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
Carports: 0 Garages: 2
Air Conditioning: 0 Land Size: 3454m2
Alarm System: 0
Other Features:

Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Entrance Hall, Heating, Kitchen/Dining, Laundry

Description:

3/4 of an acre with uninterrupted access to the Canning River with a house design concept to make residents feel they are in the canopy of gum trees, immersed in native forest.

From every room, including the bathrooms and laundry your view is green - forest green with trees, zamia palms, banksia, grevillea, acacia and grass trees. Living here you will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of native birds, the scurrying of bandicoots and lizards, the beauty of possums and the calmness of grazing kangaroos. What a way to share your space, all 3,454 square metres of it!

The house is adorable with its high ceilings, jarrah floors, openness and interesting angles. The main bedroom is large with a wall-to-wall window and glass door to the balcony and view. A delightful walk-in robe with ample drawers and hanging space is adjacent and the striking ensuite has a bath for 2 and a shower like no other. A half-moon glass ceiling to the semi-circular shaped shower provides a fantastic view of the clouds and stars. Taking a shower in the rain is an awesome experience and at times it creates rainbows within the house. Now, that is special and that's because the design of this residence is outside normal building trends. It has all been thought out carefully.

Professionally trained chefs designed the kitchen focusing on economy of movement and with enough space so parents and children can work there together. The Smeg gas stove and other appliances were chosen with great care. The pantry is big, and the wine cellar can hold a few hundred bottles. (Oh, no!)

An integral feature of the home is that all the rooms on the south side of the house open through glass sliding doors to a balcony and it is here where family and friends gather to enjoy the big Canning Valley view. At night the outside lights light up the garden to great aesthetic effect and that is what this house is all about – the outside.

And the mezzanine floor, now that is interesting. This space is there for your imagination. We are sure that when you see it, you will have a plan for it.

I know that you will think that the price is amazing – it is and that's because the 17-year-old house is not perfect. It has suffered a bit of wear and tear and there are a few things you would want to fix up. But value for money? This is it.

Give me a call and come quickly.

Maggie Burke 0419 939 110

Extra features:
BIRs, linen cupboard
Ceiling fans
Fly wire screens

Go Back