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Little Piece of Grampians Paradise

The 80 acre property is nestled on the Black Range with stunning views to the Grampians, Black Range, Mount Langhi Ghiran and the Pyrennees. 76 acres are protected by a conservation covenant that was developed with the Victorian Trust for Nature. The covenant protects granite grassy woodland (eucalypt, casuarina, acacia) as a valuable link to adjacent private properties and public reserves. There is a diverse range of bird, reptile, frog and mammal species supported by 3 dams on the property. There are lovely bush walks from the front door. The conservation covenant sets out the way in which the 76 acres can be used. For example, grazing of farm animals and logging of regrowth forest are not permitted. But there are also four uncovenanted acres close to the house that can be used for a wide variety of purposes. A copy of the covenant can be emailed to prospective buyers.
The spacious house has 4 bedrooms, open plan living, dining and kitchen areas. It covers 19 squares including the veranda. Although over 50 years old, this weatherboard home is structurally sound with new hardwood decking, large double glazed windows all round, good insulation, and freshly painted living areas. Generous shade sails to the front provide respite from the summer sun. Infrastructure includes tanks storing 18,000 gallons of water, a large shed on concrete pad (8x6x3m) and a 3m high 2 bay carport. The shed has electricity and can be used as a workshop. With 1.7 kw solar panels (photovoltaics) and gas boosted solar hot water, you can kiss electricity bills goodbye. Around the house are established fruit trees, native, and vegetable gardens. Ready to move in and enjoy but exterior surfaces and the bathroom need a little TLC.
The property is close to the Grampians National Park but conveniently located only 6.5 km off the Western Highway between the village of Great Western and Stawell township (a 12 minute drive away). Melbourne's Southern Cross station is a 3 hour bus/train trip or 3 hour drive.
This unique property offers space and serenity. There are views towards mountains from every window and from every part of the land. It would suit buyers who appreciate nature and want to make a commitment to hands-on conservation. The Victorian Trust for Nature have helped us to develop an environmental management plan and are happy to assist the new owners. We have lovingly managed our beautiful property for 15 years and would like to sell to like-minded buyers. The covenant is registered as part of the title to the property.
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Property Type: Rural

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