THIS beautiful Northam property offers an excellent opportunity to secure a slice of Avon Valley tranquillity, while being a short drive to the regional towns of Northam and Toodyay.
Nundah is a well-known in the region for its 1900's Federation homestead, which has been restored and extended with great attention to detail to retain its original quality and charm.
The four-bedroom, two bathroom home also offers two lounges, a kitchen/dining room, family room and study.
Adjacent to the homestead is a recently renovated, quality, self-contained weatherboard and iron roof dwelling which has two bedrooms with ensuites, an open plan kitchen and dining room.
It has solar panels on the roof.
The property comprises about 388 hectares across two titles on excellent Avon Valley red loans and river and York gum country.
It has four dams and is equipped with five bores - three are solar and two are electric - all offering excellent-quality water.
Infrastructure includes a 345 square metre shearing shed with attached machinery shed, a 75m2 workshop, 180m2 machinery shed with near-new solar panels, a hay shed, old shearing quarters with storage, portable toilet, brick shelter and sheep and cattle yards with a loading ramp.
Selling agent, Nutrien Harcourts WA real estate specialist Phil Becker, said the sale of Nundah represented a rare opportunity to secure a prestigious and historic farm within a short drive of Perth.
It has location, and an outstanding home and improvements, together with tremendous views, he said.
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