CBRE Agribusiness is pleased to present for sale 325 Eacotts Road, Hoddles Creek a highly productive berry enterprise strategically located in the Yarra Valley, a well-regarded region for intensive horticulture production.
Key investment highlights include:
+ Productive horticulture enterprise comprising an 89Ha* landholding in the Yarra Valley, producing high quality berries including raspberries, blackberries & boysenberries
+ Producing in excess of 110* tonnes per annum, 98%* of which is sold to a major national retailer & a small portion sold to local markets
+ Secure & reliable water access, including a 23ML* irrigation entitlement via Hansen Creek
+ Highly fertile soil types with undulating & well drained red soils, excellent climatic conditions & reliable annual rainfall (average annual rainfall of 1,296mm*)
+ Excellent structural improvements comprise a fully integrated packing facility with cool room facilities (30* tonne capacity), machinery & workshop shedding & an impressive six-bedroom Tudor style residence surrounded by established gardens
+ Situated in the Yarra Valley, a well-regarded region for intensive horticulture production, viticulture & grazing along with ample tourism opportunities given the popularity of the region
+ Strategically located, 53km* from the Melbourne CBD, readily accessible via the Warburton Highway, the Eastern Freeway & the Monash Freeway
+ Available on a Walk-In-Walk-Out (WIWO) basis
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CLOSING WEDNESDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2020 AT 4.00PM (AEDT)
For further information, please contact:
Shane McIntyre: M: +61 429 557 070
James Auty M: +61 407 053 367
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Property Type:Other Commercial
Block Size:89 m²*
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