This property is located high on the ridge in Beaconsfield and is a short 2 kms to the centre of Fremantle. Wonderful South Beach with its white sands, great shaded barbeque area and parklands is located approximately 1 Km east of the property.
Enjoy long walks along the beach front or a stunning sunset.
The property has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The main bedroom has an en suite bathroom.
The gourmet kitchen is light and bright with every culinary requirement. It has a breakfast bar and adjoins the dining area and family room with TV and DVD and free pay tv (Foxtel)
The dining area with a 6 place setting leads onto an alfresco outdoor area which adjoins the pool.
Free WiFi wireless internet.
Set amongst quality homes in the prestigious Salentina Estate, the location is quiet with local traffic only.
There is a separate formal sitting room at the front of the property and a small study.
Things to do
Visit Rottnest via ferry from Victoria Quay and enjoy the wonderful beaches and unique wildlife.
Visit the many cultural centres, view the historic buildings, take a twilight tour of the old prison, meander around the diverse range of shops or markets.
Go whalewatching, play golf, the leisure centre is great, take a tour to the wineries in the Swan valley or a cruise on the beautiful Swan River.
There are many daytrips available from Fremantle. Visit Hillarys Marina.
Location and places to see
The international and domestic airports are a 32km drive accessing Fremantle along the Leach Highway. Taxi fares are approximately $45 and the airport shuttle is $25 to $40 for 1 to 4 people.
Restaurants are plentiful in South Fremantle and in the Fremantle Centre ranging from cheap beachside cafes to fine dining whichever you desire.
Places of interest
The round house was built in 1831 as a prison, and is the states oldest building.Guides provide tours explaining the early history of Fremantle
Constructed by convict labour between 1851 and 1855 this daunting building was in use as a maximum security prison until 1991. It is open from 10 to 6 every day.A candlelit tour is available a couple of times a week.
Museum and Arts centre
Houses two of Fremantles most significant cultural attractions. This magnificent neo-gothic building was constructed by convicts in the 1860's to serve as the colonys first lunatic asylum Today the centre offers exhibitions and creative arts.
This memorial reserve is Fremantle's heritage and National Trust listed War memorial. The reserve has magnificent ocean views and is a short stroll from central Fremantle.
Fishing Boat Harbour
A special feature of Fremantle is its maritime atmosphere and this can best be appreciated on a stroll around Fishing Boat Harbour. This is a working harbour all year round and you may see fresh seafood being offloaded from the fishing boats ready for export or the local market. There are many waterfront restaurants with spectacular ocean views to be enjoyed at Fishing Boat Harbour.
Hop on a tram for a guided tour of Fremantle's best attractions with interesting and informative commentary. Book a history tour, waterfront or even a ghostly tour.
E Shed Markets
Over 100 stalls with unique gifts and souvenirs, local arts and crafts and international food hall. Located in a restored warehouse on Fremantle's Victoria Quay wharf.
The Freo CAT
When you have arrived in Fremantle the easiest way to get around is with the popular Fremantle CAT service. CAT buses complete a circuit of the city stopping at popular places of interest offering easy access to major attractions and venues. The CAT bus runs every 10 minutes 7 days a week between 7.30am and 6.30pm on weekdays and 10am and 6.30 on weekends.