Hobby farmers, tradesman, horse owners, breeders, or anyone who has toyed with the idea of living off the land should take a look at this sprawling Abba River property.
JMW Real Estate Property Consultant Robert Farris said on offer was a tranquil, green lifestyle, with Busselton beach and the town centre just 15km away.
There are few things more rewarding than growing your own vegetables, planting your own fruit trees or starting your day with fresh eggs from your chickens.
The 52-acre lot would suit anyone wanting to move away from high-density living and even earn themselves an extra income, according to Mr Farris.
“Buyers can raise cattle, sheep or any other livestock, including horses, or produce varied types of hay to sell or use,” he said.
“There is a bore with a water licence to supply the farmhouse, livestock, fruit and vegetables, and seven fenced paddocks, plus steel cattle yards for easy handling of your animals.”
The charming four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features a generous open-plan kitchen, a dining area, a well-sized island bench, a dedicated lounge or sitting room and a versatile study space.
Filled with character, the farmhouse is light and bright, kept cosy via a Jarrahdale slow combustion wood fire and several reverse-cycle air-conditioners for those warmer days.
Only one set of neighbours on the corner block ensures the utmost privacy in this slice of South West serenity, while amenities are close by with the Busselton CBD about 12 minutes down the road.
Mr Farris said a home with this much space, in this location and at this price did not come around every day.
“There is plenty of room for all the family’s toys and equipment, including caravans, off-road campers, boats, motorbikes, workshop equipment and four-wheel drives,” he said. “Just come and look at the large shed next to the farmhouse.”
The open shed measures 15m by 10m and is fully powered, while the carport offers undercover parking for two vehicles.
Abba River | 25 Yalyalup Road | Price: From $675,000 | Agent: JMW Real Estate | Contact: Robert Farris, 0418 956 700