*Please note: We would love to show you more of this property. Currently, we are offering private inspections by appointment only (and in some instances we can arrange digital inspections).
The name says it all, this gorgeous but humble little cottage started its journey back in Margaret River's 1970's. Surfers and hippies alike began their pilgrimage to the surfing mecca of Western Australia, finding peaceful locations away from the mainstream, building earthy little homes of stone and wood, they became known as the new settlers.
Little Nirvana is one those charming little surf shacks, there are very few left and they are even harder to find on the market. Built by a true legend of the sport a winner of the famous Bells Beach Pro in the 60's (You will have to enquire to find out who) and lovingly restored by its former and current custodians, into what can only be described as a piece of surfing folk law.
If only these walls could talk!
Nestled close to the banks of the Margaret River on a majestic 5000 square meters of undulating Jarrah and Marri forest. You'll have the feeling of being miles from anywhere but only minutes from the now bustling little tourist town of Margaret River.
Lovingly built and restored from locally sourced materials, with sweeping forest views this open plan 2 bed 1 bathroom cottage is so cool, with its rough sawn jarrah beams and cosy wood fire you will be transported back to a time when things were simpler, but with a few mod cons thrown in.
It's an honour to bring this property to the market and have the opportunity to sell properties like this, they do not last long. So please call for an appointment to secure your spot in the lineup!
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