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Coppice, The, Denmark

Situated just ten minutes west of Denmark and thirty minutes from the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, the Coppice offers you relaxing privacy set on six acres with 360 degree views of karri trees over farmland, William Bay National Park and the southern ocean.

The newly constructed property has hardwood timber flooring throughout and natural timber finishes have been used extensively with vaulted ceilings to the main living areas. Feature windows take full advantage of the spectacular and unspoilt surroundings.

Awaken to a panoramic view over William Bay National Park from the master bedroom with patio doors opening directly onto the front deck, which is a delightful spot to cook breakfast with the birds or barbecue your evening meal whilst the sun goes down.

Kangaroos frequent the property along with many bird species including a variety of parrots, blue wrens, herons and finches. Wedge-tailed eagles have been observed regularly during the afternoons.

For those seeking more energetic activities there are numerous walk trails, pristine coves to explore nearby, together with excellent fishing, swimming and surf breaks.

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