Oceanside Villa – 5 Star accommodation right next to the beach – sleeps 8.
Perfectly situated in Perth's beachside northern suburbs this spacious and stunning home boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms, games room and private pool and gardens.
This contemporary two-story executive home is so close to the Indian Ocean that you can hear the waves on the beach. From this beachside paradise you can enjoy a stroll down onto the beautiful white sand, sip a glass of wine in the alfresco dining area, laze by your private pool, enjoy the views and watch the sun set into the Indian ocean from the balcony or chill at the nearby beachside café and boardwalk.
The perfect setting for a family holiday, romantic hideaway or executive break, this is a beautiful property and is well positioned to access Perth's attractions and CBD and boasts all of the modern amenities to ensure a comfortable getaway whether for business or pleasure. Near to Butler and Joondalup train stations, Buses, the Mitchell Freeway and the Indian Ocean Drive.
House Facilities include:
Master suite with full en-suite, walk in wardrobe and Queen bed
Bedroom Two with Queen bed
Bedroom Three and Four each with a single bed
Bedroom Five with twin single beds
Two further bathrooms one upstairs and one down
Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliance’s including Bosch Pyrolitic oven, dishwasher, large fridge freezer, microwave etc.
Two Family areas with flat screen TVs
Eight seater dining table
Games room with pool/snooker table
Alfresco dining area
Balcony overlooking the pool and the Indian Ocean.
Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning, security alarm, BBQ
WiFi. available some fees apply.
Laundry room with washing machine.
Double garage with automatic door
Gardens front and rear.
No large Parties, Gatherings or Celebrations permitted.
The Indian Ocean and miles of white sandy beach
Yanchep National Park with Kangaroos and Koalas
The Pinnacles National Park and Jurien Bay
Hillary's Boat harbour and Aquarium
Joondalup Golf resort
The Vines Golf resort
Off-road 4x4 adventures
Swan River and river wine cruises
Swan Valley wine region and tours
Perth CBD with international shopping and convention centre
Beautiful Kings Park and gardens
Fremantle Port and markets.
Perth International airport
Access to the Margaret river wine region.
Excellent local buys and souvenirs include jewelry made from Opals, Gold and Pearls which are all sourced locally in Western Australia.
According to author Bill Bryson ,Perth is the most remote City in the world and has a population of approximately 1.97 million. The State of Western Australia WA is approximately 3.5 times the size of Texas and is the second largest state in the world half the size of Europe, Western Australia’s sunny climate has shaped some of the world’s most bio diverse landscapes.
From the Mediterranean climate in the south, desert in the east and tropical conditions in the north, WA can confidently claim to be the rarest of things – a year-round holiday destination.
The average maximum summer temperature is 29°C, and February is generally the hottest month. Temperatures hover around 12°C in winter June to August.
Additional Location Information
Perth is Australia's only capital city where you can enjoy the beach lifestyle, relax in natural bushland, sample world-class local wines and watch an ocean sunset within just 30 minutes of the city. It's also the sunniest state capital, averaging 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and boasting a string of 19 beautifully clean and uncrowded beaches, from iconic Cottesloe to the surf hotspot of Scarborough.
Regular flights to Perth depart from overseas, all state capitals and many regional locations, landing you just 20 minutes from the central business district. For more exciting ways to get there, how about a ride on the legendary Indian Pacific rail, an epic road trip across the Nullarbor, or a summer cruise off the coast.
Situated beside the Swan River, Perth is a living picture postcard, with the best views of all from Kings Park and Botanic Garden - one of the biggest inner-city parks in the world. Larger than New York's Central Park, there are so many ways to enjoy its 400-plus hectares of sculpted gardens and natural bushland. Stroll the treetop walk, take an Indigenous cultural tour, picnic among the gum trees and in Spring, see the wildflowers in bloom.
Another city icon is the Swan Bells, which fills the air with sounds from one of the largest musical instruments on Earth. From there, you can hop on the free bus to museums, art galleries and the Perth Mint - home to the world's greatest collection of gold bars.
There's also plenty of retail therapy on offer. The high-end fashion boutiques of King Street make it the place to be seen. The Murray and Hay Street malls are where you'll find the big brands, or for some eclectic vibes, head to Northbridge, Mount Lawley, Leederville, Subiaco or Victoria Park.
Take a lazy lunch by the river or beachside and enjoy the fresh fusion flavours of Perth's many cafes, restaurants and new small bars.
Jump on a ferry to South Perth to take in that sensational skyline. It's spectacular at night, when the glittering lights are reflected on the river.