374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330
374 Hunwick South Road, Torbay WA 6330

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FARMING LIFESTYLE NEAR THE COAST

374 Hunwick South Road
Torbay, WA 6330

offers above $1,650,000
UNDER CONTRACT
5 2 0

Agent

Jeremy Stewart

Jeremy Stewart
Phone: 9841 4022
Mobile: 0439 940 976

Email: jeremy@merrifield.com.au

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This outstanding property presents an exceptional lifestyle opportunity for those who aspire to a farm with a spacious home and ready access to riding, fishing and swimming spots. It’s also a perfect downsizer for farmers looking for manageable acreage with all the benefits of a peaceful country life and town amenities within easy reach.
An established 52.29ha holding in picturesque cattle country, it has a comfortable family home and well-developed infrastructure for a profitable farming enterprise.
Currently running cattle, the land consists of nine grassy paddocks with well-drained soils of karri loam and stands of original vegetation, including mature marri trees, rose gum and swamp mahogany for shelter.
Abundant water from three dams and two 100,000-litre rainwater tanks.
In the centre is the house block, also mostly in grass with an area suitable for growing vegetables and fruit trees.
Sunny and inviting, the Queenslander style home is a substantial building of Hardiplank and Zinicalum with several living spaces and flexibility for family members to work, relax and play.
It incorporates natural timber to floors with cedar French doors and window frames, and extensive glazing to let in the beautiful views over the property and beyond to native bush and farmland.
The focus is an open family room, dining space and lounge, with a wood fire and access to the wide, wrap-around veranda for sheltered outdoor living.
There’s also a games room and study upstairs for the children, and a big country kitchen with an Everhot stove and corner pantry.
The queen-sized master bedroom has a walk-in robe and the other three are doubles with built-in robes.
Outbuildings include a 10m x 20m machinery and general purpose shed with about a third dedicated to workshop space, which has power connected. There’s an old cottage suitable for storage, and timber cattle yards.
This is a desirable, well-managed estate with an excellent productivity history and a record of sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices. It offers scope for diversifying stock and horticulture and promises an enviable rural lifestyle.
The property is about a 25-minute commute to Albany or Denmark and a short drive to idyllic beaches at Muttonbird and Cosy Corner. Walking distance to renowned Munda Biddi and Bibbulmun trails.

What you need to know:
– 52.29ha lifestyle cattle farm, options for diversifying
– Big homestead, versatile layout
– Natural timber features, beautiful outlook
– Open living – family room, dining, lounge with wood fire
– Country kitchen with Everhot stove, corner pantry
– Verandas on four sides
– First floor activity room and study
– Queen-sized main bedroom, four double bedrooms
– Two bathrooms, two toilets, laundry
– 20m x 10m GP and machinery shed with power
– Old cottage for storage ( Currently not habitable )
– Ample water – three dams, two tanks
– Nine lush paddocks, wire and electric fencing
– Native vegetation for shelter
– 25 minutes to Albany, Denmark
– Schlarger Built Home
– Timber Cattle Yards
– Short drive to fishing and swimming beaches
– Council Rates $1,693.01

General Features

Property Type: Rural Properties
Land Size: 52.29 hectare