The property is contained within the Swan Valley, south of the intersection of Great Northern Highway and West Swan Road and immediately north of the Belvoir Valley Amphitheatre.
It has extensive frontage to the Swan River Government reserve of approximately 216 metres on the northern boundary and frontage to Great Northern Highway of over 170 metres and has a total area of 4.0024 hectares.
This superb lot is fairly level from the southern boundary to approximately 50% of the site and then falls evenly to the Swan River. The soil type is rich alluvial loam which is ideal for any agricultural pursuit.
Improvements include a four bedroom brick and tile home with one bathroom. This house had a major refurbishment in 2010 including new roof with insulation, rewiring and a new kitchen, bathrooms and complete with wood feature floors. The accommodation consists of four bedrooms, open dining/kitchen, lounge room and bathroom. Externally there is a single car port and large enclosed patio.
An iron clad machine shed is also in close proximity to the house.
This river front property has its own scheme water and is fully fenced with electrified post and rail paddocks incorporating 3 paddocks, stock yard, 4 storage sheds, small orchard and a foaling paddock.
APPROXIMATE AREAS OF ACCOMMODATION
Main building 122 square metres
Carports 22 square metres
Open rear verandah 5 square metres
Pergola / patio 53 square metres
Located on Great Northern Highway in the Upper Swan region of the Swan Valley, approx 25kms north of Perth’s CBD and approx 20kms from the domestic and international airports.
The Swan Valley offers a variety of viticulture and tourism related uses including cellar doors, restaurants, boutique breweries, function centres, guest houses, together with tourism related enterprises and family activities. Other rural uses include horse agistment and horse training facilities.
Access to Perth is relatively easy and direct via either the Great Northern Highway or West Swan Road. Heading directly West down the newly widened Gnangara Road or Reid Highway will land you on one of Perth’s beautiful northern beaches within 30 minutes and heading east will take you through scenic hills, nature reserves and nearby National Parks (Walyunga and John Forrest).
The Swan Valley’s rural nature is protected by the Swan Valley Protection Act of 1995 and is regarded as one of Western Australia’s premier tourism regions, attracting an average of over 2 million visitors annually according to the Swan Valley Visitor Centre. There are plenty of attractions close by.
The area remains a renowned grape-growing region containing world-class wineries, restaurants and galleries. Some of the more internationally renowned vineyards include Sandalford, Houghtons and Oakover plus many other boutique establishments including Sitella’s and Olive Farm Wines.
Neighbouring properties include Brookleigh (Equestrian centre, Stewart’s Restaurant and spa facilities) and Belvoir Ampitheathre.
Please contact John Garland for further details.
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