Wander through the mature natural bush enjoying the majestic trees and beautiful wildflowers. Listen to the sound of the birds and watch the resident kangaroos feeding at dusk.
The home provides four double bedrooms, three bathrooms with one including a spa, all modern appliances, an air conditioned open plan living area and huge games room with table tennis table.
There is a large log fire to create a warm and intimate atmosphere on cooler evenings.
"The Nest" is the perfect base to explore the beauties of the Margaret River region, but most of all a place to relax unwind and spoil yourself. This stunning home with magnificent views to the sea gives you a taste of idyllic country living.
"The Nest" is 10 mins drive from the very popular tourist centre of Dunsborough as well as Yallingup allowing easy access to the attractions of these areas yet peace and relaxation away from the hustle and bustle.
The attractions are many and varied, with wineries, breweries, restaurants, galleries, arts and crafts, and of course, the spectacular rugged landscape, world renowned surf beaches, and fascinating limestone caves. There are plenty of activities for children, including horse riding at the local Mirravale Riding School, beach fishing or boat charters, and seasonal whale watching.
The most popular beaches are well known to surfers, however, family swimming can be enjoyed in the sheltered water of the Yallingup Lagoon. Just above the beach front there is a surf shop, kiosk, small gallery and a children's playground.
We also recommend the short drive to stunning Injidup Beach, just south of Yallingup at the end of Wyadup Rd. This beach is also very popular with local surfers, however is usually less crowded. There are no amenities here, so you will need to take refreshments.
For walkers, the track from the parking area at Yallingup along the limestone coast down on to Smiths Beach will please, especially as it drops on to the sand at the secluded end. A 10 minute walk from here will take you past the local surfing school in summer, to the safe swimming beach at the Smith's Beach car park.
Situated on 5 acres of natural bush high on Naturaliste Ridge.