696 Galls Gap Road Strathbogie, Euroa
Sold! $490,000 - Mixed Farming
Land: Stunning 133 acres. Gently undulating, fertile grazing land with mature shade trees in areas. Build your dream home taking advantage of the fantastic panoramic views to Mount Wombat the Strathbogie tablelands and beyond. "Dunchatten" adjoins the picturesque Seven Creeks reserve including “Little Polly’s” water hole.
Granitic sand country ideal for a variety of stock grazing. Divided into 2 main paddocks with areas of surface rock. Eco minerals have been applied to the pasture to improve soil balance. Long sealed bitumen road frontage with several road access points.
Improvements: 5ft four rail, hard wood riding arena (20 x 40 metres) with external plantings of Eucalyptus Maculata trees. Upgraded fencing along the creek and back paddocks. 5ft high, 4 rail hard wood cattle yard with loading ramp.
Water: 3 dams in total. The two front dams have been dug out and enlarged. Several natural springs in areas on the property.
Services: Power close by and excellent mobile coverage.
Seven Creeks: "Dunchatten" neighbours the stunning Seven Creeks reserve (a permanent protected creek) and Little Polly's. Impressive 50 metre diameter waterhole with sandy beach, sections of cascading water across sheets of rocks. Ideal for swimming or just relaxing on a hot summer’s day! Explore the native fauna.
Location: “Dunchatten” farm is situated on the southern side of Galls Gap Road, 20 mins drive east of Euroa within the Shire of Strathbogie. Short walk to renown Polly McQuinns picnic areas swimming area. Around the corner is stunning Gooram Falls. Centrally located between the Hume & Maroondah highways. 10 minute drive to Strathbogie general store & café . Strathbogie also has a local primary school and grass 18 hole grass golf course. Nearby Euroa with rail links to Melbourne & Albury.
Please note: The 4 last photos shown on the internet showcases the neighbouring 'Seven Creeks' reserve. The land and creek shown in the photos are not for sale only adjoining "Dunchatten" on the rear of its boundary.