GEN­TLY RIS­ING LABERTOUCHE ACERAGE – HARD TO AC­QUIRE

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Tightly held by one fam­ily for ap­prox­i­mately the last 40 years, this 157 acre prop­erty rep­re­sents an out­stand­ing op­por­tu­nity to pur­chase an ex­cel­lently lo­cated, size­able and well­known ru­ral hold­ing, lo­cated just two kilo­me­tres north of the Princes Free­way, in the stun­ning Labertouche dis­trict.

Land in this vicin­ity is hard to ac­quire due to its prox­im­ity to the city fringe, its won­der­ful ru­ral am­bi­ence and views plus its tra­di­tion of ex­tended one-fam­ily own­er­ship. Flat to gen­tly ris­ing, the 157 acres (63.7 hectares) is good qual­ity coun­try with an ad­di­tional 10 acres of creek frontage and with pic­turesque out­looks - in­clud­ing dis­tant views to the last traces of win­ter snow on Mt Baw Baw and to the im­me­di­ate farm­land and the hills of the Bun­yip State For­est. In­deed, there are sev­eral stun­ning sites for your fu­ture home across the prop­erty! Fenced into 19 main pad­docks, which are all ac­cessed by a cen­tral laneway, there is also ap­prox­i­mately 11 acres of light bush­land and an un­der­ground bore which pro­vides stock wa­ter to con­crete tanks in each pad­dock. Com­plete with power, the land also of­fers farm im­prove­ments com­pris­ing: a dis­used brick dairy (power con­nected), steel stock­yards com­plete with a load­ing race and steel crush, a four bay 16m x 7m three-sided steel hayshed and an older style ma­chin­ery shed. Priced to rep­re­sent cur­rent mar­ket value, the 157 acre hold­ing is an ideal ru­ral in­vest­ment and listed for sale at $1,500,000.

To find out more about the prop­erty at 1/210 Labertouche Road, Labertouche, please con­tact Ge­off Quirk from Quirk Real Es­tate in War­ragul on 0418 515 949 or 5623 6062.

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