This delightful property is located in a secluded and fertile valley south of Milton. A private and very scenic property and an opportunity that should not be missed. The property consists of three separately titled lots totaling 156 acres. a Lot 10 is 96 acres a Lot 2 is 20 Acres and a Lot 107 is 40 acres
The property has a delightful mix of bushland of approximately 94 acres and approximately 62 acres or arable and rich farming land. A small brick single bedroom cottage with power allows for a ready built weekender or to live in whilst your dream home is constructed. Consisting of a single bedroom, lounge/dining room, kitchen and a separate laundry and bathroom the cottage provides all modern amenities. A carport and machinery shed provide protection for your car and tractor.
The front veranda has lovely shaded and elevated view over the house paddock and dam. The perfect spot to sit back and enjoy a cuppa. Check the serenity. Telephone connection is available and the area is covered by the 4G network. There are stock yards and internal fencing throughout the property. 3 dams and a semi permeant creek ensure plentiful water for stock. Water troughs are located throughout the property ensuring stock can readily access water. Internal fencing ensures that stock can be moved and relocated to rest paddocks and ensure maximum growth potential. With a carrying capacity of around 25 cows this provides an opportunity for supplementary income. Inspections are by appointment only.
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