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BREATH TAKING VIEWS 90.4975 ha (219 acres)

Originally part of the historic Homebush estate this 219 acre property situated on the darling scarp has been developed by the current owner into a choice lifestyle property. Presently set up as a beef breeding establishment the versatility of the soils and potential water harvesting opportunities allows for numerous agricultural pursuits. Productive rich granite soils Permanent water from spring and Logue's Brook Magnificent 4 bed 2 bath plus study home Approx 219 acres improved pasture, parkland cleared Panoramic views of coast - Bunbury to Mandurah Situated an hour and half Perth; 35 minutes Bunbury A wonderful opportunity to purchase a productive granite soil farm with all new home and facilities. Set in lovely surrounds with almost all north facing land with majestic views. Short proximity to all major centres.

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