40 Bramley River Road
bramley WA 6285


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If you have ever wanted your own little piece of paradise in Margaret River, your opportunity has arrived. This beautiful conservation lot set on 16 acres (6.62hectares) of native forest comes completed with the cutest cottage which would be a perfect holiday getaway or idyllic home just out of town. Tucked away in a private bush retreat, the beautifully restored 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom weatherboard cottage is fresh, light and bright with a cosy slow wood combustion fire servicing the whole house in the cooler months. Open plan living/dining/kitchen has large north facing feature windows encompassing the view of the outside, which intermittently includes wildlife and birdlife passing through the property. Just a leisurely stroll to Colonial Brewery and a short drive to the centre of town, this is the perfect location to enjoy a tranquil lifestyle - yet close enough to still enjoy the benefits of all of Margaret River's world renowned wineries, breweries, eateries and natural attractions.

Property is currently leased on a periodic tenancy.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 16 acres

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Contact Details

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Megan Booth

Property Consultant & Rural Specialist

0427 480 745

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In response to Federal, State and Territory Government Department of Health recommendations related to Coronavirus, First National Real Estate is strictly observing all essential health precautions nationally. Open homes have therefore been cancelled where required, as have traditional auctions, and we are offering private or digital inspection appointments and online auction arrangements as alternatives – where permitted.

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These temporary changes are intended to underpin the essential functions of the property market as well as to reassure customers that all necessary precautions are being observed.

While the presence of Coronavirus requires us to observe all sensible precautions, the business of real estate continues and it’s essential that we support customers who are selling their homes as well as the needs of our tenants and landlords.

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