The 2008 four-bedroom, two-bathroom brick and Colorbond home has a large enclosed outdoor entertainment area of 84 square metres.
It’s believed that Andrew Forrest has paid about $10 million for the properties, which are all in the Moora region.
The property, which housed a blue gum plantation, has been recently harvested with all remnant stumps removed and wind-rowed in readiness for a winter burn.
This fantastic property has one of the very few settler’s cottages which is still standing and renovated into a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home to suit modern standards.
Farm infrastructure includes a five-stand shearing shed with concrete floor and yards with a 1500-head capacity, which are in good order.