Sensational 45 acre property with 360-degree views to Bushland and Farmland and views to Mt Wellington and Mt Angus from the front verandah of the very private farmhouse. Private and secluded bio-diverse farm on a battle-axe block; front driveway entry provides all-weather access including parking and turning area for vehicles.
Renovated farmhouse with large country-kitchen/dining, new tiles and benchtop and a huge walk-in pantry with additional bench and storage space. New bathroom with separate toilet; new laundry (and tack room) with simple grey-water system to garden; new rear verandah and decking; three large bedrooms each with BIR. Split system A/C in main bedroom; standard A/C in bedroom 3 and kitchen/dining. Woodfired heating; Solar HWS. 100,000 Litres rainwater storage. Extensive house paddock gardens zoned with various native and deciduous species, including windbreaks and shelter belts. Outdoor gazebo/BBQ area is great for entertaining.
North facing Vegie Garden with a large adjoining Garden Shed Complex comprising hothouse, workshop and shade house. Separate orchard with cherry, apricot, apple, pear and almond trees. Expanded shedding and laneways to accommodate machinery, vehicles and livestock. Huge machinery shed and workshops, shelter sheds for livestock and hay storage; established Resource Area for firewood and garden supplies.
Farmland with 12 fenced paddocks, handling yards and race, loading ramp, hay storage and covered pens. Excellent fence and gate laneway systems for movement of livestock. All paddocks are serviced with livestock shelter sheds and water catchment to troughs, as well as piped tank water. 2 dams with dedicated electric pump for garden watering. Large fox-proof Chook house, fenced into 2 zones, with henhouse perches, nesting boxes and verandah roof.
Established Wetland Area and Wildlife Corridors, linked to George Creek and the Gorge. Well established fire-trails and regular fuel reduction burns conducted on this property for the last 14 years. Native tree and understorey plantings provide shade to livestock and attract a vast array of birdlife and wildlife to Nungurra ("pleasant place" in the local Gunai Kurnai language). Kangaroos, brush-tailed rock wallabies and wombats; echidna's, brush-tailed possums and glider possums; black cockatoos, king parrots, lorikeets, kookaburras, and all manner of finches and honeyeaters. This property has it all and truly is a pleasant, private place to live.