WALPOLE WA 6398
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- 18 Nov 2016
Diamond in the Rough
- Now $699,000
- 19kms north east of Walpole in the Hazelvale region
- Approximately 50% cleared
- Cattle grazing - long growing period April to November
- Indigenous wildflower opportunity
- Suited to eco-tourism
- Active lifestyle with many options
- 1 main dam and 2 stock dams
- Gravelly and sandy loams
- Jarrah, marri and tee-tree
- Average rainfall of 950 -1000 mm per annum
This property in the Hazelvale region of Walpole that can only be described as "a diamond in the rough".
Situated just 19kms east north east of the coastal town of Walpole, this property of 350 acres is basically untapped in its potential to be a highly productive unit.
The whole Walpole area is one of the last frontiers when it comes to development when compared to Denmark and Margaret River. These two areas have seen the boom when the buyers want coastal living but rural lifestyles.
Walpole is just waiting to happen when buyers realise that they can have easy access to the coast for fishing and recreation without the associated price tag.
With an annual rainfall of up to 1000mm per annum and a long growing period (still green at the end of November) this property is just waiting for the conscientious worker to get the best out of it.
One large dam at the entrance to the property and two stock dams there is no shortage of water with other soaks etc just waiting to be tapped.
The property is almost 50% cleared and the balance indigenous bush that has the option of producing wildflowers.
Gravelly and sandy loams that grow jarrah, marri and tee-tree can also produce lush pasture when used to its capabilities.
The diversity of options on this property include:
1. Cattle grazing for breeding and/or fattening on perennial pastures that produce all year.
2. Indigenous wildflowers from either the bush areas or commercially planted.
3. Eco-tourism in its many facets- previously purchased for this opportunity and has been used as a wildlife recovery centre.
4. Lifestyle which could encompass all the above options at whatever level the buyer chooses.
The sellers will leave the components of a shed on site (partially erected) and the components of a garage with roller doors that has the footings poured ready for erection.
Presents as a blank canvas with the buyer selecting the options to suit and only limited by the imagination of the interested buyers.
The asking price of $760,000 is equivalent to $2171 per acre.
A good chance to grow with the region as rural options are showing good signs for the future
To explore this property please contact Landmark Real Estate through Don Lyster on 0427 778116.
1 Bligh street, SydneyGrade A
Building AmenitiesAvg. rent (net):$800 - $1000Avg. outgoings:$162Vacancy rate:13.5%Data from Colliers Edge.For information click hereMajor TenantsNabers energyAdditional information