Build and live on 44 acres, with panoramic 360 degrees views overlooking the Toodyay valley cut through by the Avon River. Summer views are spectacular, but in winter they're breathtaking and - if you've been there - will remind you of Ireland.
A long winding road takes you ever upwards until you reach the flattened ideal building site. Just imagine the home you could build where the world just falls out below you. That's privacy for you...well... except for the eagles!
This unique property is situated approximately 7kms from the historic village of Toodyay off and up from the Northam-Toodyay Road, and 58 minutes from Midland.
Ring Lui on 0408 090 892 and together we'll take the drive and the price will be yours to consider.
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