AN OUTSTANDING cattle fattening/breeding or fat lamb production property only five minutes to town, ‘Woodburn’ offers an excellent balance of heavy carrying flats with some very gently rising country.
‘Woodburn’, at 230 Lynnes Road, and of 557 acres, is well fenced to 10 main paddocks serviced via a central laneway to heavy duty stockyards.
Treed shelter plantations are a feature and water is secure via dams, troughs and a reliable 38-inch annual rainfall.
A comfortable four-bedroom weatherboard home features large bedrooms, a spacious separate lounge, functional kitchen/dining area, a single bathroom and a great sized laundry/porch area.
‘Woodburn’ features a historic five stand raised board shearing shed, an enclosed 18x14m (approximately) machinery/hay shed plus other sundry shedding.
Currently leased, ‘Woodburn’, which has four titles, can offer investors a reliable income
return. Additional to the current arrangements, there is also potential for future income return via a renewable energy proposal.
Ideally situated just five minutes from the thriving regional township of Wonthaggi, ‘Woodburn’ is just 10 minutes from the pristine beaches of holiday destinations of Inverloch and Cape Paterson.
Phillip Island is just 30 minutes and all Bass Coast tourist attraction are at your fingertips.
Water security has become one of the most important aspects of the agricultural industry.
The renowned property of ‘Woodburn’ offers a rare opportunity to purchase a significant holding in the highly sought after secure and high rainfall region of South Gippsland/Bass Coast.
It’s for sale by expressions of interest, closing November 8, 2018 at 4pm.
Contact Rohan McRae on 0417 836 664 or Don Olden on 0417 805 312 from Elders Rural Services, or South Coast First National’s Patrick Barry on 0418 124 100.
‘Woodburn’, 557 acres of heavy carrying flats