Virgin Valley Brockman Highway, BRIDGETOWN
Land Area 508 acres
"Virgin Valley" Huge Water Supply More Potential Water Sites Productive Soil Types 205.62 Ha (508 Acres)
"Virgin Valley" is situated within very easy reach of Bridgetown, about 14 kms, situated on the Brockman Highway. The property consists of three locations on two titles being approximately 205.62 hectares or 508 acres in total area.
The soil types are mainly very productive, fertile granite loams supporting plentiful pastures of annual grasses and mixed clovers. There has also been a sound fertilizer application to the paddocks over many years. The fencing throughout can only be described as in strong sound condition. The many paddocks are designed for ease of cattle grazing management and movement throughout the property.
The real feature of "Virgin Valley" is the almost unlimited water supply with many other excellent potential dam sites. The main very large gully dam is fed by forest and property creeks. This dam is emptied each autumn to protect the dam wall because of the huge amount of water that flows in the late winter/spring period. There are many other good dams situated over the property to ensure that livestock do not walk too far for a drink.
The terrain is described as heavy undulating with many excellent building sites to take full advantage of the unrestricted views.
There is a large solid set of cattle yards in good sound condition that make cattle handling efficient.
"Virgin Valley", because of its condition, runs high numbers of cattle and there is the added potential because of the unique water supply to irrigate many types of horticultural pursuits. Properties of this type, condition and general reliability as to rainfall are hard to find anywhere in the South West of Western Australia.
For Sale by Invitations to Offer
Contact John Wilson 0428 866 033 or Jeff Heath 0429 311 223
|Land Use:||Mixed Farming|
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