It's no coincidence that High Road leads you straight to the quiet Canning Riverside milieu that is 'Ferndale'! Measuring (give or take) 20km from the PERTH CBD, 19km from Perth Airport and 18km from Fremantle, 5 Lofoten Way is not only located exceptionally, it's positioned practically perfectly in every way! 100m walk to the reserve and waters edge means only your (future) neighbours and those who took a wrong turn are seen from your front window. Private, secure and as family friendly as it gets!
So you know it's in the right spot! Now let's step inside.
When your guests arrive for the house warming party you'll not only see them on one of your 8 HD security cameras as they approach the front door but you'll also know exactly who left that empty stubby behind the sun lounge at your Australia Day BBQ and pool party! Added to the long list of inclusions you'll live pleasurably in reverse cycle climate controlled comfort, have access to up to 1800L of rain water (Mother Nature to provide seasonally of course), bore reticulation, 24 (4.5kw PV) solar panels, and a large modern kitchen with breaky bar.
You'll be hard pressed to find one better than this. My sellers have bought and have confirmed they will deal/negotiate promptly with all offers received.
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