WITH paddocks and pastures rolling over 20ha, this two-home block has something for all members of the family – animals included.
The main home has three-bedrooms and one bathroom, with the option of a study or sewing room.
The home has steel cladding and also has a separate lounge from the kitchen and dining area, alongside a big laundry.
A back patio and jarrah deck out the front offer panoramic views of the property. The garden surrounding the main dwelling includes fruit trees and vegetable garden beds.
The second, smaller accommodation is a brick building with two bedrooms and one bathroom, its own kitchen, dining area and laundry.
Both homes have ample spaces for cars, alongside air conditioning and slow combustion heater systems.
The property already has extensive use as an equine property, with extensive stabling, storerooms, hay sheds, tack rooms and more already on the property.
The stable complex is mostly brick, with six large walk-in-walk-out shelters.
The block of loose boxes contain some which are suitable for stallions, with a number of free standing brick loose boxes.
The hay storage shed is also brick, and there is a steel shed which is used as a GP shed.
Three other spare boxes are powered, which can be used for storage space.
A solar system helps keep power bills low, and the property is on scheme drinking water.
Midland is roughly a half-hour drive away, while the railway heritage trail is just across the road from the property.
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For more information contact
Jo Hallam on 0409 847 102