18 Fairbairn Road, Serpentine.
Captivating rural getaway.
Step into this enchanting rural getaway that offers a taste of luxury wrapped in the arms of tranquillity. Boasting an expansive 436sqm of exquisite design, this home is a true gem tucked away in serene surroundings that promises a living experience like no other. The charm of this place lies in the details - from the high ceilings that seem to touch the sky, to the warm embrace of Jarrah flooring underfoot. And let's not forget the verandah that stretches like a welcoming smile, its cedar panel ceilings adding a touch of rustic elegance. This is not just a house; it's an invitation to unwind, to find solace, and to feel the embrace of a space that feels both majestic and cosy. • The house features two wings and multiple ensuite bedrooms • Wheelchair accessibility is carefully integrated into all aspects of the design • The kitchen is a culinary haven, well-fitted and offers a separate walk-in cool room • Solar panels with a 5kw inverter contribute to the home's energy efficiency • A fully insulated 12m x 9m workshop with amenities and a triple garage with remote roller door entry provide ample space for hobbies and storage • Positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and close to amenities • Nearby attractions, including a National Park and Serpentine Falls, provide opportunities for family enjoyment • Easy access to major highways simplifies commuting to Perth and other destinations You are always welcome to contact Lee Murray or any of his team if you would like further information regarding this property or to organise a personal inspection outside the home open. www.belleproperty.com/terms-of-use
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Get to know the area.
Falling under a 905 square kilometre area of the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, the suburb of Serpentine was established in 1893 for the South Western Railway between Perth and Bunbury. Named after its jarrah forest, Jarrahdale was established in the late 1800s as WA’s first major timber milling operation and today is managed by the state’s National Trust.
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