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.