Lot 2 Plemings Road, Barnawartha North

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Ooohhhh DEER!

Once the views captivate you, you can't resist planning your dream home, ideal for off grid living! Currently home to an operating deer farm, this oasis is quietly nestled in the valley, only a couple of minutes from the highway on 111.84 acres. (45.26ha)

The beautiful undulating land offers a multitude of building envelope options. Most impressive of all, is the peak of the property, approx. 385m above sea level, featuring a stunning view, down the valley to the snowcapped mountains and across Northeastern VIC.

Currently carrying over 400 head of Fellow and Red Deer, the pasture is a nice mix of clover, rye and natural grasses. Deer are a farmer's best friend, eradicating weeds in their grazing areas.

Water is never an issue, with eight dams across the property. The majority of the dams are naturally spring-fed, reducing the need to cart water in the dry summers.

Fifty deciduous Pin Oak trees have been planted. These provide the stock a shady area to cool off on sweltering days, plus allow as much light as possible through to the pasture in the cooler months.

All boundary and interior, gates and fences are 5-6ft high, along with solid holding yards and race, making it ideal for any stock. Storage is not an issue with a versatile 12 x 12m shed complemented by two smaller storage sheds. Two grain silos and a couple of poly troughs with floats, yet to be connected, will be included.

Only 2.7km to Barnawartha Primary School and 21km to Wodonga, this location would be ideal to raise your growing family. Call now to arrange an inspection.

$1,200,000

ID# 11042102273

Land Area 45.26 ha

Lexley Sewell

Lexley Sewell
0427 249 222

Natarsha Sewell

Natarsha Sewell
0448 969 944

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