‘Hillstreams’ is a particularly unique landholding given its proximity to Perth. Located in the high rainfall Chittering Shire acknowledged for its scenic to undulating terrain.
The opportunity exists for a cattle or sheep grazing activity within a fifteen minute distance from the Muchea Sale yards.
A 30-60 day turnover of stock is predicted for a ‘fattening’ grazier in this low freight cost location. Northam being the alternative centre for store-stock purchases.
The all-important soil type is identified as red loam with gravel ridges.
This property is the first westerly property in the Chittering Shire, on the Julimar Road, to enjoy the high yielding status of rainfall and soil type. A substantial feed base exists due to minimal stocking over many years.
Water is more than required from five catchment and spring fed dams which enjoy the ‘water shed’ from the neighbouring eastern plateau country.
The incidence of an approved subdivision is a bonus feature for the property with 62 x 10 hectare plus lots being available for representation to the WA Planning Commission via a submission with a final date of the 19th of October 2025.
The zoning under Chittering Shire is Rural Retreat.
Mortgagee sale conditions apply to the property, which have activated the Expressions of Interest requirement by the 9th February 2018, if not sold beforehand.
Retail value of lots have the potential of reaching $300,000, based on timing and market conditions created by roads and power introduction and WA Planning Commission agreement.
Believed to be the only local opportunity to have a grazing income underwriting the holding time or ‘land banking’ utilisation, whilst fencing the property to suit a subdivision planned outcome.