🍾🥂🎂 Celebrating 70 years in Mandurah Real Estate – San Remo Spotlight

San Remo BrochureAlthough San Remo was officially recognized as a Mandurah Locality in 1989, the name had been coined and used by the Mandurah coastal community for many many years before then.
It was the early 1960’s when a small section of the elevated coastal sand dunes on the northern approach into Mandurah were developed for a small group of permanent residents and a larger group of holiday buyers at the time. ‘No block was further than ¼ of a mile from the beach’ in this new estate with the added bonus of Electricity and bitumen roads. Many of the lots had outstanding elevated 180 degree ocean views from the Eastern side of the development and those on the beachfront had sensational water views. ‘Every block was a beachside block.’

It was common back in the day, that buyers were given possession of the land on payment of a deposit and an agreement to make monthly repayments to the developer and so buyers were able to build and live on their blocks before they had paid off and officially owned the land. Many years later in the 1980’s the Silver Sands Estate had stretched into the southern part of San Remo and in the late 1980’s the beachside ‘Watersun Estate’ was released in the middle of San Remo. When Ronsard Drive was developed in the mid 1990’s to complete the ‘Watersun Estate’ development Mandurah’s suburban infill had reached the original San Remo Estate completing the locality’s development.

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ANZAC Day 2020: Embracing the Spirit of Mateship

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RSLWA is encouraging all Aussies to get creative in a show of mateship this ANZAC Day – by standing in quiet contemplation at the end of their driveways, or on their balconies, at 6am on April 25.

RSLWA will lead this unique  tribute to our fallen servicemen and women and those who have or still serve today.

The dawn commemorations will take place in the wake of the first cancellation of our ANZAC Day services since WWII, due to the COVID-19 crisis.

We invite the entire community of Western Australia to get behind us by:

  • Watching our Community Service Annoucement on how we can commemorate, starring some of WA’s most inspiring Veterans, as well as the WA Governor, His Excellency Kim Beazley AC, State Premier Mark McGowan and RSLWA CEO John McCourt. You can watch it here. 
  • Having children create craft or draw pictures about ANZAC Day and post on the RSLWA Facebook page and place in their home windows.
  • Sharing our mateship-themed Veteran video profiles and articles on social media.
  • Posting ANZAC Day tributes and photos to RSLWA’s Facebook and Instagram pages, including the #rslwamateship and #DrivewayDawnService hashtag on all social posts.
  • Donating to our annual ANZAC Appeal with funds going toward the health, wellbeing and advocacy of our valued Veterans – https://www.rslwa.org.au/donate/.

And on ANZAC Day, by:

  • Lighting a candle and joining our ANZAC Day driveway Dawn Service at 5.55am on April 25. Tuning in to ABC Radio, 6PR, 96FM and 6IX for the dawn commemoration that will include The Ode, The Last Post and one-minute’s  silence#DrivewayDawnService
  • Firing up a family barbecue or a traditional gunfire breakfast of bacon, eggs and sausages … plus a mug of (rum-spiked) tea or coffee to toast the fallen.
  • Tuning into a special ANZAC Day commemorative broadcast on TV (more details to come).

With the pandemic causing all major events across the world to be cancelled, RSLWA State President, Peter Aspinall,  said such a display of respect and solidarity would send a powerful message of support to our Veterans, their families and the entire Defence community.

Lest we forget!

Celebrating 70 years of Mandurah Real Estate

H&N Perry was established in 1950 by the late Harry Perry and his wife Nancy, it was originally operated from their home in Cooper Street, Mandurah. At the time Mandurah’s population was less than 1000 people and was essentially a fishing village and summertime holiday spot.

The agency soon outgrew the modest lounge room and moved to a prominent position on the major entrance into Mandurah, opposite the estuary, and after a number of extensions and renovations over the years it is still the home of Mandurah’s Most Trusted Agent, H&N Perry.

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Why presentation is so important.


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What is it that makes a buyer choose one property over another? This is a question that many sellers ask themselves, particularly when their property is the one that was passed over. The truth is that it could be any number of uncontrollable factors such as block size, location and house layout. However, when two similar properties are competing for one buyer, it often comes down to the simple case of presentation.

Over summer, sales listings tend to increase. This is not unusual in Mandurah as it is a seasonal city that offers a fantastic summer lifestyle. This means that buyers have more choice, whilst sellers face increased competition. That’s why it is so important to present your home in it’s best possible light.

Most sellers are very good at presenting their homes in a clean and tidy fashion, however sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference. Buyers are usually looking for a property that needs the least amount of work to do. Just by repairing any chipped walls and giving them a lick of paint, you could increase the appeal of your home and make it stand out above competitors. Buyers are often looking for any excuse to knock down the asking price, by eliminating these factors, you also give yourself the best chance of higher sales price.

H&N Perry are Mandurah’s longest established real estate agency. We have been selling property in the Mandurah region for over 65 years. Our sales representatives are able to offer you the best advice on getting a SOLD sticker on your property. If you’d like a confidential appraisal on your house, unit, land or commercial property, call H&N Perry on 9535 1822.


Madora Bay – Stage 23B New Land Release

With the success of Madora Bay’s latest Stage 23 having nearly sold out, H&N Perry are excited to announce the release of Stage 23B this Saturday 10,00am at the Madora Bay Land Sales Office in Lord Hobart Drive.

This new release is limited with just 15 blocks available all with wide street frontages and some have room for a boat or trailer down the side. Buyers are advised to be there early.

These lots are all fully serviced including access to highspeed internet services from the NBN and they are all titled so there’s no delay in getting your builder started.

Exclusive selling Agents H & N Perry have been selling Madora Bay land since the suburb was created by Harry Perry in the late 1950’s, but it is in more recent times they have sold over 1100 blocks of land and seen the development of the stunning homes that have been built in the new part of Madora Bay.

Land Estate Manager Bryan Cusick has been selling Land for almost 30 years and admits he hasn’t seen a suburb as sought after as the beach side land at Madora Bay.

Mr. Cusick expects Madora Bay to continue to be one of the top performing suburbs in Mandurah and added “With bigger blocks of land there’s a lot more to enjoy about Madora Bay.”

Call Bryan Cusick today on 0474 440 666 or follow the link to register your interest



Spotlight on Madora Bay!


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The first stage of the original Madora Bay residential locality was subdivided in 1960 with Madora Beach Road being constructed during 1959. The first stage consisted of the land bounded by Sabina Drive, Challenger, Albion and Madora Beach Roads. Over the following years other stages were developed both north and south of Madora Beach Road. The name Madora was chosen for the estate by the late Harry Perry being a variation of Chadora, a timber siding east of Dwellingup and Mandora, a cattle station near Broome. He also named the street names after early sailing ships that conveyed settlers to Western Australia. The name of the estate was changed during the 1970s by the developers from Madora Beach to Madora Bay as it was considered more attractive from a marketing perspective. Madora Bay is now one of the most highly sought after suburbs in Mandurah, primarily because of its beachside location and ease of access to Perth. Located just 10 minutes north of Mandurah, the suburb is fringed by the pristine shoreline of Madora Bay Beach.

Take a look at some of our current  listings in Madora Bay…

45 Lord Hobart Drive, Madora Bay – $675,000


89 Challenger Road, Madora Bay – From $499,000


10 Sabina Drive, Madora Bay – From $495,000


14 Minstrell Way, Madora Bay – $425,000

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4 Balclutha Crescent, Madora Bay – $399,000


Spotlight on Falcon!


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Formerly known as Miami, Falcon was originally a popular Mandurah holiday destination but is now home to a thriving population. In recent years Falcon has acquired many new amenities including the Miami Plaza Shopping Centre and Falcon eLibrary. Situated on an ‘island’ bound by the Peel Estuary, Indian Ocean and Dawesville Cut, it includes Novara, Pleasant Grove, Cox Bay and Coco C’Bay. Falcon is well known for its beautiful beaches such as Falcon Bay and Avalon.

Falcon Statistics: Average median house value: $350,000, Annual growth in median house value: +0.7%, Population: 5,164.

Take a look at our houses for sale in Falcon:

53 Lynda Street, Falcon – from $299,000 https://hnperry.com.au/buy/residential/falcon/53-lynda-street/4215306


1 Marigold Lane, Falcon – from $299,000 https://hnperry.com.au/buy/residential/falcon/1-marigold-lane/4194984


8 Merindah Meander, Falcon – $649,000 https://hnperry.com.au/buy/residential/falcon/8-merindah-meander/4191300


19B Serena Street, Falcon – $410,000 https://hnperry.com.au/buy/residential/falcon/19b-serena-street/4182236

18 Catalpa Place, Falcon – $329,000 https://hnperry.com.au/buy/residential/falcon/18-catalpa-place/4171770



Limited Edition Land Release!


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Madora Bay is currently selling 6 limited release blocks that are less than 200m to the beach. Stage 14 is the last release of land in New Madora that is so close to the water’s edge. These six home sites are between 359sqm and 360sqm in size, and each comes with a FREE fencing and landscaping package. They are perfect for those who enjoy the beachside lifestyle but don’t want a large block to maintain.

Madora Bay is renowned as being the most livable suburb in Mandurah for its easy access to the city foreshore and the freeway to Perth. Its streets are whisper quiet as all of the services that you require are located just across the other side of the highway.

A new Kindergarten to Year 12 private school has been planned just south of Madora Beach Road which will provide families with an excellent option for education.

If you’d like to secure a beachside lot in Madora Bay, call Bryan Cusick on 0474 440 666 and ask about our generous early building incentives.

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Mandurah In High Demand!


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REIWA has released its latest research data which shows that Mandurah is Western Australia’s top searched suburb for rentals. According to REIWA President Damian Collins, the list was quite diverse, as it featured seven suburbs from within the Perth region and three regional towns. See the full article from REIWA here… https://reiwa.com.au/about-us/news/tenant-hotspots–wa-s-10-top-searched-suburbs-for-rentals-revealed/



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4 Donnybrook Turn, Dawesville.

Come and get yourself a bargain – this property must be sold! Huge 4×3 ocean front home with unbelievable views from all rooms PLUS… a separate 2 storey, 2 bedroom home to the rear also boasting ocean views. This outstanding property has to be seen to be believed. The Auction will commence on site at 4 Donnybrook Turn, Dawesville, 11am on Saturday 23rd February 2019. Call Peter Craig on 0428 378 100 for the full details.

A two minute stroll to one of the best beaches in Australia! Uninterrupted views forever. Fish for breakfast, swimming, surfing, and sailing at your door step. Dine in the many alfresco areas upstairs or downstairs. Have a spa while enjoying a glass or tow with views to Africa. Take a luxurious bath and take in the views of the beach. So many relaxing locations to choose from in this Beach-side mansion. Plus a two bedroom self contained granny flat with own garage, boat-port and entry.

Must view to appreciate this double storey delight with so many features. Stunning entry hall, huge gourmet kitchen with Ilve stainless steel appliances, stone benches, lots of storage cupboards and spectacular views. Huge entertaining room with own bar, sink leading to spa and alfresco area. The downstairs office is spacious and offers the home business person stunning views to the beach and beyond. The large family room has access to the front verandah and all rooms have high ceilings. There is a downstairs bathroom with shower, toilet and a vanity.

A music room, sheltered BBQ area and access to the double garage. Upstairs all bedrooms are large, have robes and beautiful ocean views. The master bedroom is very large with a glamour bathroom, sit in the bath and enjoy the views and a glass of bubbly. For you to enjoy a media room and a full length balcony.

Situated on the beach front, with easy access to the highway. Close to shopping, schools and transport.