8 bedroom in Borden WA 6338
8 BR, 3 BA
684 Borden-Bremer Bay Road, Borden, WA
Phone Enquiry ID: 81348 Capturing the very essence of idyllic country living, this 292 acre parcel presents a rare opportunity to acquire a unique piece of Australian settlement history established in 1858. Set in the picturesque and peaceful surroundings of Amelup/Borden, within close proximity to Bluff Knoll, the impressive property enjoys sensational views of the Stirling Ranges National Park. Oozing with charm and quality from the yesteryear, the land includes two houses, a stone cottage and cleared paddocks that have been cropped in the past and are currently used for grazing sheep. The balance of the property is remnant bush that has a natural stand of Sandalwood trees combining serenity with an opportunity for an added income stream. Now is your chance to jump in and turn your dreams into reality where all the hard work has been done for you! The original homestead retains its character and authenticity. The residence of sun-baked brick and steel roof has been lovingly rebuilt and renovated with new plumbing and electrics throughout. Enjoy the best of both worlds, the revamp has retained many of the homesteads beautiful original features emphasising its rustic charm whilst also ensuring all the mod cons to create convenient, comfortable living. The original doors, windows, mantle pieces and feature blackbutt ceilings are complemented by a modern colour scheme, well thought out floor plan and superior entertaining spaces. The oversized master suite now includes an ensuite with an easy step-in twin spa bath and large built in robe allowing you to unwind in total bliss. Mongup homestead boasts 260 sqm of living space including a formal lounge, kitchen, dining, generous sunroom/games room, activity room and the breezy front verandah. Three minor bedrooms and a second bathroom cater for families of all sizes. The second residence is fibro and tile, comprising of three bedrooms and one bathroom plus store/ spare room. Currently tenanted, and previously used as a Mongup farmstay, there are plenty of options and income opportunities. Equipped for a large range of lifestyle activities, the property includes an impressive list of outdoor features including; Original stone cottage comprising of two large rooms, Blacksmith workshop of sun-baked brick and steel roof retaining the original bellows, Buggy room and stone stables, Shearing shed of sun-baked brick and iron complete with original timber wool press circa 1887, (All of these buildings are in their original state including a number built using convict labour. While some restoration is needed they present excellent potential for future development), Large 10m x 20m steel machinery shed including workshop with concrete floor, Other minor sheds, chook pens, pet pens etc. Remnants of the original orchard, grapes, apples, plum and almond trees and the 'Vickar of Wakefield' pears that Mongup was recognised for. The property has abundant water storage; 255,000 ltr steel water tank 88,000 ltr concrete tank 70,000 ltr fibreglass tank 2 house tanks of 22,500 ltrs each 1 Dam 1 Soak With 80% of fencing renewed in the last 8 years including hot wire, the paddocks are suitable for whatever livestock you desire, sheep, cows or horses! This stunning property provides endless opportunities in a beautiful location for a seamless transition to a fully functional lifestyle property. Properties of such calibre and size rarely become available, it must be seen to fully appreciate the lifestyle it offers.
June 21 2021 on Listanza