Lot P/L 237 to 261 Brockman Highway
karridale WA 6288


The South West dream is real, still affordable and it can be yours at Hamelin Grove with release 3 now selling for as low as $165,000.

Hamelin Grove is a boutique rural lifestyle development with lots ranging from 2063 sqm to 7812 m2. Your lot is designed to be large enough to afford privacy and give your family room to play but not so large that you need to spend every weekend mowing grass!

Every release 3 lot will be boundary fenced with rural fencing and have a crossover and gate. This means you are ready to go.

Get away from the hustle and bustle, wander amongst the grove of native trees, meet your neighbours in the local park and raise your kids, or grandkids, on good clean country air. Hamelin Grove is close to good schools and only minutes from the ocean, forest, river and all the delights of the Margaret River Wine Region.

It is a stunning country environment for you to build your first home, or your next home and invest in your future.

Titles are expected to be issued in the middle of 2021.

* underground power

* underground phone

* boundary fence

* gate and crossover

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