Land for sale
35 Northam-Pithara Road,
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$2.995mil - $3.195mil
POSSELT VIEWS ESTATE - HEART OF HISTORIC AVON VALLEYAn outstanding and rare opportunity to acquire a unique parcel of land in Western Australia's historic Avon Valley, with 360 degrees panoramic rural and town views, 3km from the vibrant commercial centre of Northam and easy access to Australia's fastest growing capital city Perth, where available land is at a premium.
This parcel of magnificent undulating land, 137 Hectares (340 acres), overlooking the Northam township, is ideal for hobby farms and for those seeking a rural lifestyle within close commuting distance of Perth. The subject land is bounded by Northam-Pithara (Goomalling) and Irishtown Roads and the Great Eastern Highway Bypass.
A subdivision guide plan to subdivide the land into 58 "Rural Smallholding" lots ranging in size from 2ha to 6ha, has been approved by the Northam Shire and has been endorsed by the WA Planning Commission.
The subdivision is set to become a desirable and appealing address all within one hours easy drive to Perth, which is also linked by a daily return rail service.
Historic Avon Valley is an ideal place to live for those seeking adventure, relaxation or just a change of scenery. The perfect place to raise a family or retire, or enjoy associated pursuits such as:
- Horse riding
- Horse breeding
- Hot air ballooning
- Kayaking - The Avon Descent or simply relaxing at a local winery, enjoy the wild flowers in Spring and music concerts on balmy summer nights in the park.
The subdivision will provide residential lots of an appealing size for associated pursuits with the obvious potential to serve the thoroughbred racing industry.
Northam’s population is predicted to double within 15 years. To assist this, the WA State Government has
committed to spending $6.75 million to run nine additional return rail services to Perth a week for the
increasing number of people commuting for work.
Northam is just 50 minutes from major domestic and international airports, is ideally located to attract the large number of “fly in,
fly out” workers employed to meet the massive growth in the mining, offshore and gas industries. It
is also close to major transport routes, including the Trans-Australian rail line and Great Eastern
Northam has a wide range of excellent facilities to enhance their idyllic lifestyle, including:
- First class educational facilities, including public and private primary and secondary
schools, pre-schools and kindergartens. The school bus passes on both sides of the
- C.Y. O’Connor TAFE multi-purpose trade training centre;
- Curtin School of Agriculture and Environment (Muresk Institute);
- Modern regional hospital with full facilities;
- A $3 million GP super clinic;
- High standard aged care facilities, and
- A newly completed $9 million recreation centre.
Last updated: 12:43PM on May 30th 2016