Lot 4 Layman Road,
Wonnerup Busselton 138 Ha Future Development (342 Acres)Do you know the National Trust's magnificent Wonnerup House 10k's north of Busselton?
Well here's a great opportunity to land bank all the land surrounding Wonnerup House plus the balance of the land across Layman Road.
Wonnerup House is not included.
The land nestled between the majestic tuart forest and the Vasse Estuary wetlands was settled in the 1830's with the first hut built by the Layman family in 1837.
The estuary covers approximately 18 square kilometres.
In winter wide areas of open water are fringed by samphire and rushes. Paperbark woodland abounds with the eucalypts (tuarts and swamp gums) on higher ground. It is estimated that over 20,000 waterbirds use the estuary and it is home to the largest breeding colony of black swans in Western Australia.
The property owned by a dairy farming family since 1974, has produced prodigious amounts of hay and silage for their dairy. Through summer months carried all their heifers and calves. Infrastructure comprise cattle yards and a shed.
The Structure Plan has been approved with minor modifications allowing subdivision into 6 lots.
The lot sizes range from 1.5 ha to 88.5 ha.
The design of the approved structure plan has all the small lots on the high country east of Wonnerup House on well drained tuart soils.
This property offers an income by farming and an income stream on subdividing and selling lots as required.