451 Commonage Road, QUINDALUP

Offers in the region of $2,095,000
  • ID PROP-­22489749
  • Listing type: For Sale
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Plot Size 2
  • Property type: House
  • Parking 2

Property Description

A very special rural residential retreat an equal of which is hard to find.

Stunning easterly views over treetops and farmland to Geographe Bay to the lights at Busselton, Peppermint Beach and beyond.

The entrance is via a beautiful winding sealed driveway through the trees to the house nestled on the hillside looking east.

The house is of rendered brick/Colorbond construction and has been significantly upgraded in recent times. The design has incorporated the potential to divide off a living area/two bedrooms and bathroom with its own entry portico for multi-generational accommodation if required. (Plumbing for a kitchenette is in situ but covered/plastered over).

Open plan kitchen/living/dining area has high ceilings with a two-sided Jarrahdale wood heater as a centrepiece. There is a wet back hot water system installed boosting a solar hot water system servicing the kitchen and master suite with a further hot water system servicing the remainder of the wet areas. This area has three ceiling fans.

The kitchen has recently been re-done to an exacting standard with Caesarstone benchtops and features an island bench with soft closing doors.

There is a 900mm induction electric hot plate with a 600mm range hood, 600mm main wall oven with a convection microwave oven above and a smaller griller/oven below. There is a 1 bowl sink, dishwasher, large pantry cupboards and ample bench space for coffee machines and appliances.

The kitchen/dining area opens onto a covered alfresco area with drop blinds (approximately 8m by 4.5m) with a chiminea wood heater on the west side and a verandah overlooking the bay on the east side.

There is a hot and cold outdoor shower for the beach returners.
The generous 5m by 6m master suite has a ceiling fan, double walk through wardrobe, and ensuite with a huge shower recess, WC and vanity.

Bedrooms two, three and four all have built-in wardrobes and ceiling fans.
The large office has a skylight.

All rooms have been upgraded to LED lighting.

Minor bedrooms are set around a living/games area where plumbing for the water and sink drainage have been covered over and this area has its own wood heater.

The family bathroom has a shower recess, bath, vanity and WC.
There is a further powder room.

A large laundry features an entire wall of storage cupboards (6 doors) in the hall adjacent and has a built-in trough and cupboards. This area has quality 600mm floor tiles.

There is a large double garage.

A 3m verandah on the east side of the house overlooks a picturesque native garden and affords views over the farmland to the bay beyond.


A country cottage extra space studio with a vertical timber batten faade and sleeper lined front verandah of approximately 6m by 6m with 1.6m verandah currently houses a pool table with lighting above.

Immediately behind the studio there is a 4.5m by 6m (approximately) garage.

Immediately adjacent to the studio is a 10m by 12m (approximately) general purpose shed with a high (approximately 4.8m) front truss height and concrete floor.

There are 24 solar panels in situ (approximately 4.4Kw) with a net feed-in tariff until June 21.

An 80m bore feeding a 40,000 litre header tank for garden purposes is accessed via an easement and there is significant water treatment infrastructure to bring the bore water to potable standards if required. (Ph Adjustor and Carbon filter).

As an emergency measure there is a 7 KVA generator which supplements mains power supply in case of mains failure and is enough to run essential power requirements.

A large 9m by 4.5m swimming pool sits to the north side of the house and is framed by lawn with excellent views and is heated via a heat pump.

There are a variety of fruit trees including mulberry, tangerine, apricot, nectarine, peach, banana, apple and lime behind the pool with a further Lemon, Orange, Pink and normal Grapefruit trees adjacent to the driveway.

There is a 180,000-litre rainwater tank and approximately 1,200sqm of asphalt paving around the house, garage and sheds.

The 2ha block situated in the lee of the Ridge is therefore sheltered from the Sou-westers.

Being on a gentle to moderate easterly slope the land falls away from the house which enhances the view out over the surrounding farmland to Geographe Bay and beyond.

Lease back options will be considered.

For further information or to arrange inspection please contact your South West Sales Representative, Joe White on 0417 939 715 or joe@jmwrealestate.com.au

Additional Features

  • 180
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Close to Transport
  • Fireplace(s)

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