GENTLY RISING LABERTOUCHE ACERAGE – HARD TO ACQUIRE
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.