Peace and quiet close to the beach | 30 Honeyeater Crescent, Geographe

House of the Week: Peace and quiet close to the beach

House of the Week

3 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR

  • Address: 30 Honeyeater Crescent, Geographe
  • Price: From $499,000
  • Agency: Stocker Preston - Busselton
  • Agent: Adam Simmonds, 0456411333
  • Inspect: By appointment

Imagine spending the summer taking leisurely strolls along a pristine stretch of Geographe Bay beach, just minutes from all of Busselton's fantastic facilities and attractions.

Located in a quiet pocket of Geographe this fantastic home has the best of both worlds, being only a 650m walk to the beach and only minutes from the centre of town, while also being tucked away in a quiet and secluded street.

Take a short stroll to the local beach, cycle, walk or run along the magnificent foreshore to the myriad of fantastic local cafes, go fishing, swimming, have barbecues with friends or simply enjoy the peace and quiet of your new Busselton abode.

Built in 2005 by Ventura Homes this neatly presented three-bedroom, two-bathroom plus study/fourth bedroom home is tucked away in a quiet street and features everything for a comfortable and enjoyable down south lifestyle.

There is a walk-in robe in the master and built-in robes to all of the minor bedrooms, a double vanity to the master ensuite, fans to all of the bedrooms as well as ducted reverse-cycle airconditioning throughout.

There is also beautiful timber flooring throughout the main living areas and quality carpets to the bedrooms.

Stepping outside, you will find a solar power system as well as a near new solar hot water system.

There is a security system for peace of mind making the property perfect as a lock and leave option.

To the rear of the home is a lovely east-facing undercover alfresco area and established gardens with raised veggie beds and fruit trees, which are all fully reticulated.

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