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19.88 Ha 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Garage/Carport Year Built: 2002

19.88 Hectares or almost 50 acres zoned Rural with 2 houses, brick workshop, vegetable patch, bore and reticulation, feature dam and cleared paddocks.

Great location on Hopeland Road – north to Karnup Road and the Kwinana Freeway or South Western Highway and south to Lakes Road, Mandurah and Pinjarra.

The spacious main brick and iron dwelling was built in 2002 and is all class – a total area of approx. 427 square metres UMR!
Features include:
*5 big bedrooms
*Impressive open plan kitchen with stone bench tops, island bench, overhead cupboards and a big pantry
*Separate lounge and dining room
*Family room
*Games room
*Activity room
*Reverse cycle air conditioning in all living areas
*Cosy open fireplace
*High ceilings
*Tasmanian oak flooring
*Bull nosed verandahs
*Double lock up garage
*Solar hot water system

The second dwelling is the original house and is in need of a big renovation or alternatively demolish and replace with a second homestead.

The workshop is of a brick construction and is suitable for machinery and storage.
Features a great kitchen for sausage making or home butchering.

Water is supplied by a pressure pump from an approx.130,000 litre rainwater tank and a licensed bore for automatic reticulation of lawns, vegie patch etc.

This property runs cattle at the moment and also has a feature dam that was previously used to farm fish.

Don’t delay, come and view this outstanding property which is offered at a very reasonable price.

Contact Gary Jones on 0417 984 522 for a private viewing.

When you’re ready we are

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