Countryman - - PROPERTY - GLENORIE FARM, 1697 SWAMP RD Price Size Agent Con­tact

$3.4 mil­lion


Pri­maries Real Es­tate Chad Smith, 0428 932 476 Es­tab­lished in 1922, Glenorie is a 3002-hectare mixed-farm­ing prop­erty in a 410mm an­nual rain­fall zone.

Just 28km from the Pink Lake of Port Gre­gory, the prop­erty in­cludes seven ti­tles and boasts an im­pres­sive four-bed­room homestead with a front ve­randa that over­looks a retic­u­lated lawn.

The homestead is just me­tres from the per­ma­nently flow­ing fresh wa­ter of Yarders Gully, which is abun­dant with mar­ron.

It fea­tures pol­ished jar­rah floor boards, high or­nate ceil­ings and spa­cious bed­rooms with built-in robes. The for­mal din­ing and lounge is cli­mate-con­trolled the old-fash­ioned way, through a cosy wood fire and big French doors lead­ing onto the ve­randa.

The farm­ing side of the prop­erty is well catered for, with about 2160 arable hectares and 45 fenced pad­docks and laneways. About 34km of new fenc­ing was re­cently com­pleted.

Glenorie fea­tures three sets of sheep yards, all in good con­di­tion, as well as a well-used 46m x 21m six-stand shear­ing shed.

In­fra­struc­ture in­cludes a 19m x 9m ma­chin­ery shed, two large hay sheds, a 25m x 15m work­shop and a 50-tonne slid­ing-roof fer­tiliser shed.

A new set of steel cat­tle yards suit­able for 300 head have been built cen­tral to the 335ha of es­tab­lished peren­nial pad­docks.

Stock wa­ter is sup­plied from eight spring-fed soaks, four catch­ment dams, two bores, so­lar pumps and back-up mono pumps. The ad­di­tion of eight new poly tanks has in­creased the graz­ing man­age­ment.

Lo­cated at the peak of the high­est break-away is a pur­pose-built, self-con­tained two-bed­room stone cot­tage, which of­fers a breath­tak­ing view over the sur­round­ing farm­land and Gre­gory coast­line.

Pre­vi­ously used for short stays, agent Chad Smith said the lodge pro­vided a great po­ten­tial to cash in on the boom­ing Pink Lake tourism.

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