Portion of “Shaddow Downs Estate”
SUBDIVISION POTENTIAL ABUTTING THE TOWNSITE
MODERN RESIDENCE WITH STUDIO OR GRANNY FLAT
78 Hectares (194 acres) FREEHOLD
William Locke Brockman was the first English farmer pioneer in 1842 to select 4000 hectares of prime agricultural land,now one and a quarter hours North of Perth, in the Cheriton Valley on the Darling Range Escarpment.
Shaddow Downs Estate is today the selected heartland of that property sought out by Brockman, and illustrates improvements, infrastructure, and soil and water standards potentially unparalleled within Western Australia.
95% (approx) arable.
Outstanding views over the rural landscape. Existing infrastructure of roads and water linked facilities ensure savings in the future potential development.
The proximity to the adjacent townsite of Gingin has already seen a 74 lot subdivision with over 90% of lots sold. The town of Gingin nestles alongside the Gingin Brook and enjoys nature’s aesthetics in a rare valley location which will soon have ease of access to the Northern Link Freeway and therefore onto the Freeway into Perth, the airport and all main city suburbs.
This is the first time this property has been offered to the market.
The White House - A contemporary designed open plan residence comprising, vaulted ceiling in the living areas, double glazed UPVC tilt and turn windows and patio doors. A modern 300 sqm - 3 bedroom residence adjacent to a 160 sqm studio/guest residence or Granny Flat.
Open plan kitchen / dining / lounge.
All three bedrooms in the main house have their own ensuite bathrooms.
STUDIO - Three rooms, kitchen, toilet, storeroom and garage.
WORKSHOP - Lockable 180 sqm metre facility
Reverse cycle split system airconditioning to all habitable rooms.
10KW solar system with stand alone battery backup system.
1 hectare of fully automatic reticulated gardens and orchard. Water supplied from private bore, also fully automatic.
Outstanding views to the North, East and West.
Initial Points of Interest:
When excellence and minimal labour input were the driving factors behind Shaddow Downs Estate, it has been ensured that all improvements embraced the best commercial engineering design and working practices not normally associated with Australian rural holdings.
3 dams compliment the already outstanding aesthetics of the land.
At the head of the renowned Cheriton Valley, an unknown and unexpected oasis so close to Perth, provides maximum privacy and security from this elevated location.
The low maintenance property design has created a unique lifestyle and manageable property that requires minimal labour input for maximum return.
The two adjacent locations are available with individual titles:
Lot 201 – 151.6854Ha – Prime for Livestock and Cropping
Multiple homestead sites all with outstanding uninterrupted rural vistas.
Lot 202 – 236.867Ha – Two Homesteads, Prime for Livestock and Cropping
More detailed information or inspection can be arranged by contacting
John Garland on 0418 923 347.