COMMERCIAL VEGETABLE PRODUCTION PROPERTY IN THE SOUTH WEST OF W.A - 634.33 ACRES
A rare opportunity to purchase a fully licensed operating farm with large water license. 634.33 acres (256.71 hectares) located between the Cities of Bunbury and Busselton in the South West of Western Australia and within close proximity to Geographe Bay and the Ludlow Tuart Forest.
Highly sought after vegetable/horticulture land, having well drained Tuart loam over limestone. This "old historic" land and has been in the same family for at least three generations. Currently cropping potatoes, onions, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. Plenty of water from 4 licensed bores and unlimited water can be pumped from the Ludlow River from the period June until December. Usually water production from here is around 250/300 megalitres. There is no formal pumping agreement with Water Corporation W.A. however the current arrangement has been in place for 30 years.
Improvements on the property include, a two storey 4 bedroom 2 bathroom double brick and tile country style home, numerous sheds including backpacker accommodation.
A total of 168 hectares is used for grazing and divided into 10 paddocks. Approximately 20 hectares of this land would be suitable for horticulture which has been done in the past.
The land is currently leased at $18,333.33 per calendar month.
Properties of this size, quality and with licensed water are quite rare to the market. The location is only 21/2 hours drive to the central markets in the Capital City, Perth. For export, the Perth International Airport is also only approximately 21/2 hours drive from the property. As a bonus, the property also has quite large reserves of yellow sand.
We are offering this unique property for genuine sale. Information Memorandum available on request.