This is a family owned acreage since the late 1970's located approximately 2 km north of Horsham on Kalkee Road (zoned Dooen on land title).
It is an irregular shape; the length of the western boundary is 912 meters, the eastern edge (Kalkee Road) is 634 meters and the average width 220 meters. The entrance to the property is through a timbered area, which measures roughly 150 meters by 100 meters.
The bulk of the 60 acres is cropped each year on a rotational basis using minimum tillage techniques and is currently prepared for sowing for the year 2018.
The crops grown in recent years include chickpeas, lentils, canola, wheat and barley. The land is in excellent condition and the crop yields are equal to, or exceed, the average returns in the district.
The small timbered area has never been cropped and carries mature trees up to 100 years old. This area could provide a pleasant site for a house or a niche business, and is connected to the GWM Pipeline, which supplies stock and domestic water. The property is zoned rural residential via Horsham Rural City Council and the Certificate of Title is Volume 9293 Folio432.
Parties who lodge an expression of interest will initially be advised that their EoI has been received and by the 31st December 2018 the outcome of the EOI.
The landowner reserves the right to choose the preferred party.
Features include: Close to Schools, Quiet Location, Nature Property