Rural Mixed Farming Property for Sale

252 Tweed Road Glenlynn, WA 6256

$899,000
  • Land: 47 ha (115 acres)

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Rural Mixed Farming Property for Sale in Glenlynn

Cattle Country

  • Land: 47 ha (115 acres)

Nestled in the rolling hills of Tweed road Bridgetown, this 115-acre farm is just 4km from town on the local school bus route which makes this lifestyle property a perfect place to raise a family or semi-retire. This 4x2 home boasts generous living space as well as acres of rolling hills and five dams to explore.

This home welcomes you in through a grand double entry opening out to a spacious light filled living area, sweeping round to a family kitchen equipped with all modern appliances, miles of bench space and walk-in pantry. In addition to the dining/living area there is a separate theatre room. Four good sized bedrooms all carpeted with robes. This home is air conditioned with a wood fire and solar hot water system.

The home sits within a fully fenced garden with lawn, large chicken coup and 130,000L water tank.

The 115 acres of land is ideally suited to cattle, it has been well fenced, has a good fertiliser history and Sustainable water supply for livestock by the way of 5 dams. Equipped with old dairy shed, cattle yards, hay dome and three bay open front machinery shed with lockable roller door workshop.

Features:
  • 130000 Litre Water Tank
  • 5 Dams
  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Fireplace(S)
  • Garden
  • Hay Dome
  • Machinery Shed

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Land:

47 ha / 115 acres

Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

2

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