689 hectares Landmark Harcourts David Jannings, 0429 332 245
Mixed-farming venture Trentham sits within the well-known farming locality of Jingalup, south-west of Kojonup.
Original vegetation on the 689-hectare property comprise red gum, flooded gum, jarrah and wandoo, with soil types being granite loams to medium gravelly forest loams.
Agent David Jannings said local farmer considered these soil types to be the most versatile and productive on offer in the Kojonup farming district.
Trentham has been fenced into 18 main paddocks, which are watered by 18 dams and one soak.
Fencing is suitable for stocking sheep and an additional laneway system allows easy access from most paddocks to the shearing shed and yards.
An additional set of bugle sheep yards with a double undercover race have been strategically located at a junction in the laneway, closer to the other end of the farm.
Fronting Jeffs Road, the four-stand long-board shearing shed and sheep yards are in sound working order. A large steel tank supplies rainwater to both the complex and for spraying.
Cropping for the past few years has involved a cereal-canola rotation, with 190 hectares of canola stubble set up for a cereal crop in the coming season.
Areas adjacent to the winter-running creek have been established to perennials and salt bush, providing summer grazing for livestock.
Water is reticulated to these paddocks via a large dam and a series of troughs.
Another feature of Trentham is a five-bedroom, three-bathroom double-brick farmhouse set among green lawns, with the garden having a below-ground swimming pool and shady trees.
The home is surrounded on two sides by verandas and an undercover decking area looks over the pool area.
The outbuildings are typical of a Kojonup grazing property, with smaller machinery sheds, a workshop, fertiliser bays, two 2000-bushel elevated silos and one seed silo.