Far from the madding crowds of Dunsborough and the tourists of Margaret River, this classic beach house will appeal instantly to those who truly want to get away from it all. It's just you, nature and all the special people you invite to visit.
Two Frank Lloyd Wright Quotes come to mind;
'The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the building was built'
'If you can see the smoke of your neighbour's fire places, they are too close!'
Mr Lloyd Wright's thoughts are manifested in this unique, rustic property.
Surrounded by untouched coastal reserve, and overlooking a pristine deserted coast line, the 100 acre property is wrapped in mesmerising views of nature.
Designed and built by an owner who is an Architect and builder, this property is quirky by nature and by the owner's admission, a true labour of love that has been 40 years in the making. The exterior blends into the landscape, paying utmost respect to the untouched nature around it. The interior is warm and full of character - while still allowing the views to take centre stage.
There are no neighbours, and the property is completely separate from the main beach of Bremer Bay. If, for some reason you do wish to socialise, you're only 9 minutes to the Bremer Bay Resort, which offers an up market bar and restaurant. Your special time out is free from unwanted disturbances.
Reached by an intriguing, relaxing drive through some of the states finest farming country and the Stirling Ranges, you also pass though picturesque country towns, this drive offers the perfect opportunity to relax and un-wind, of course there is always the option to fly as well. This bolt-hole is equally beautiful at all times of year - in Summer, the ocean glitters under the sunlight, and in winter, you can watch as storms slowly brew far out at sea. The crystal clear waters of the southern ocean are effervescent and offer almost healing powers. You also have front row seats for the migrations of the Orcas and Southern Right whales.
Bremer bay is known for its eye-wateringly beautiful beaches, but also offers stunning bushland trekking, surfing, fishing and countless other activities. The marina at nearby Fishery Beach has full boating facilities, and the Bremer Commonwealth Marine Reserve lies just off the shore. The property is zoned as 'rural' land, meaning live stock is allowed, and no planning permission needed for sheds and fencing. It is also exempt from the strict fire authority regulations required of many land owners in the region. Words such as 'rare' and 'unique' are thrown around a lot in real estate, but few properties meet such descriptions as closely as this.
There are few comparable properties in the region, and many of those are tightly held through generations. This is your chance to secure a genuine slice of West Australian paradise.