A mix of fertile gently undulating pastures, bordered by north/south aspect natural shelterbelts featuring mixed species of native bushland that deflect prevailing winds. The natural bushland comprises approximately thirty percent of the 85 acres with the natural bush and timber being to the west of the property.To complete the presentation is a 1959 weatherboard homestead, along with numerous outbuildings for machinery storage and workshop facilities in addition to barns for fodder storage.
The homestead features three bedrooms, the main living areas are spacious and comfortable with a pleasant period ambiance contributed to by the natural lighting, views, and heating options. The homestead provides the opportunity for modernising of the decor but reflects the sturdiness and durability of homes built by with the materials and by the tradesmen of the era.
The water like most in the region is pristine and clean. The house and domestic water is sourced from a spring fed dam and regulated via natural gravity. There is also a tank available for additional water storage, and the ability to further harness the natural rainfall could be easily increased from the house and outbuildings if required.
The outbuildings include a double bay machinery shed and workshop, and disused dairy now a utility shed, two barns capable of holding approximately 1500 square bales of hay between them, a disused piggery that can also hold additional fodder or be used for livestock. The property also features a good yarding facilities established for livestock.
The pastures are currently divided into eight main paddocks, and as with the gardens, they are simply waiting for a new owner to adapt them to suit their needs. And for those wanting the best of both worlds the Native bushland at the west of the property is host to a large array of native bird and wildlife. The property has plentiful domestic and stock water, good quality native grass highland pasture, easily accessed for hay production without much stone as can often the case in properties in these style of highland locations.
It may not be prime cropping, or large enough for commercial farming, but it undoubtedly "Prime Lifestyle" capable of producing a healthy supplementary income and also offers some ideal recreational opportunities.