Formerly part of Amphitheatre Station, gently undulating with abundant feed and water it is easy to see why the explorer Major Mitchel described this district as a valley of the finest description. Presently grazing sheep the property is fenced into four main paddocks and 10 day yards for horse lovers. The property is well watered by a network of 6 dams, mainly sited along two natural water courses that traverse the property and there is reticulated water to the day yards. A modest, yet comfortable, seven room dwelling accommodates three bedrooms, study/hobby room, open plan kitchen and meals and one bathroom. Other improvements consist of 10 panel solar system including key start generator, general purpose shedding, shearing shed and yards. Ideal for those seeking a farming enterprise which offers scope for development while enjoying the privacy and beauty this property offers.
REVIEWS (1):"Lovely home cooked meals served at this small cafe. My cottage pie was an excellent choice- very tasty, hot and presented in its own container with a crisp..."read more
REVIEWS (1):"I'm going to have a rewrite the review of this pub namely because I decided to stop off here for a drink on my way back to Melbourne. It was a good thing..."read more
REVIEWS (3):"Love it here. Been here several times over the years including twice this weekend. Genuinely interesting restaurant with a range of lovely thoughtful..."read more