Tucked away at the foothills of Round Mountain and showcasing sweeping views of the Pinnacles, this home comes with so much more than an idyllic semi-rural lifestyle. Sold as a complete package with furniture, household items, vehicles and equipment, this property will be of enormous interest to buyers in the market for a property well set-up for equestrian or horse-loving pursuits (currently income generating), or will have lashings of appeal to buyers seeking a peaceful tree-change without the need to sacrifice convenient access to every-day sought after amenities.
So much more than just a home, this property comes complete with furniture that suits the heritage feel and modern appliances that provide practicality; income generating equine agistment and training facilities, 900m registered airstrip and aircraft-hanger, CCTV system...there are far too many inclusions to list...basically just bring your clothes, fill the pantry and move straight in and enjoy!
Comfortable, charming and steeped with history, the homestead on this semi-rural lifestyle property was once part of the original Jezzine Barracks. Of solid construction with silky-oak tongue-and-groove walls, high 8-foot ceilings, masses of louvres, and huge front (15m x 5m) and rear verandahs (15m x 2.5m) constructed from ironbark timber decking, the home is separated into 2 sections by a wide Jarrah breezeway. One section contains the open-plan kitchen and dining room, large (5.5m x 3m) bedroom with its own balcony, and office / 3rd bedroom of equally large proportions. The other section includes a large (6.3m x 4.9m) living area with soaring raked-ceiling overhead, large (4.9m x 4.4m) bedroom, bathroom and separate toilet / laundry. Perfectly suited to our northern climate the home is designed to soak up the cooling breezes and ensure a seamless indoor-outdoor flow. The outdoor kitchen, large areas for enjoying bonfire gatherings with family and friends, or quiet spots for stargazing, will ensure you enjoy the serenity and "country feel" this property evokes (both day and night).
Previously used as a small scale, small-breed cattle stud, extensive fencing (no barbed-wire) and infrastructure has been added to support the current use as an equine agistment and training facility, with the 41.74 ha (104 acres) broken up into 50 paddocks of varying sizes (with electric fences, alarms and access to moveable shade sheds). Currently generating approx. $1,500 per week, this could easily be increased by offering additional services to agisters. Agisters have access to a large (30m x 20m) exercise arena with lighting; lunging ring (16m); 100m x 50m arena, and a grassed arena. A range of agistment sheds and equipment (troughs, bale holders, wash bays and much more) are included to support this activity. A variety of trail rides are available within the immediate area and it's just a short drive to the Bartlett Park Rodeo Complex.
The property comes complete with a large range of equipment (housed within 4 x 20-foot steel / insulated storage containers) to assist with property maintenance:
- Workshop with a variety of large and small electric and hand- tools
- Collection of vehicles (5.5 tonne diesel truck, Kubota tractor with a range of blades / attachments, various types of trailers, John Deere ride-on mowers and quadbikes)
- fencing, plumbing and electrical equipment and supplies
- chemical and paint supplies.
Access to multiple bores and a large array of water tanks (both of which are piped / reticulated throughout the property) ensures an abundant year-round supply of high quality water - the lifeblood of any viable acreage property.
For further information about this unusual and truly special property; a veritable slice of "the bush" just 10 minutes to schools, shopping and everyday conveniences telephone JAN LEE on 0408 777 437 to arrange an inspection or to obtain a detailed information package.