3306 LOWER DENMARK ROAD
Youngs Siding WA 6330
3306 LOWER DENMARK ROAD, Youngs Siding
Tall Timbers indeed! A beautiful Karri covered slope between Denmark and Albany. A total area of 35.76 ha (over 88 acres) of native forest, with an area of pines. And toward the centre on high ground with glimpses of Wilsons Inlet is a charming character 3 bedroom home which features 3 balconies where you can sit and feel a part of the magnificent forest environment. Near new slow combustion stove-heater, reverse cycle air, solar HWS, open plan spacious living area with an abundance of natural light. Rainwater to the house and 2 dams for additional water. Secluded and private but with all conveniences. Invest under existing short stay licence, holiday home or permanent retreat.
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The townsite of Youngs Siding is located in the south coastal region, 440 kilometres south southeast of Perth and 34 kilometres west of Albany. In 1889 Millars Karri and Jarrah Forests Ltd constructed a railway line from Torbay Junction (now Elleker) to Torbay, and in the mid 1890's Millars extended the line to Denmark. One of the sidings on the extended line was named Young's, and in 1903 the government set aside land at "Young's Siding" for a future townsite. In 1911 the "Young's Siding and Lake Saidie Progress Association" requested the government make land available at Young's Siding. The land was very wet and low lying, and it was 1916 before any lots were surveyed. The townsite of Youngs was gazetted in 1917, the siding being dropped from the name by a government decision. Although officially Youngs, local usage remained Youngs Siding, and in 1999 the name of the townsite was amended to Youngs Siding. The name honours David Young 1825-1918, a farmer who took up land in the area in the 1850's and later farmed at Marbelup.