About the property
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It’s my pleasure to present this unique, picturesque, and enchanting olde world property surrounded by hectares of beautiful bushland, with a permanent watercourse, and home to a wonderous variety of wildlife.
Located along the stunningly scenic Chittering Valley tourist route, this 55ha/135acre property offers a diverse landscape which begins with the Brockman River winding its way through the frontage. Crossing the bridge, you pass through paddocks revegetated with assorted native trees and shrubs, majestic deciduous trees, mature fruiting trees and a mini plantation of Paulownia trees.
Continuing your drive past the dam you may get to slow down or perhaps stop for emus or an echidna to casually stroll past or enjoy watching the kangaroos relaxing under shade trees. Many years of devoted loving care and custodianship has been invested into the property to retain and enhance this natural wonderland, co-existing with various fauna, bountiful birdlife and improved flora biodiversity.
Bouer Park Homestead was built in the early 1980’s and oozes olde’ world charm and serenity. Once operating as the local farm stay and tearoom’s the homestead comprises 5 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate study, lounge with fireplace, dining and family room alongside the country kitchen with an impressive walk-in pantry.
Nestled within the hillside of the property is a second dwelling, perfect as accommodation for a country bed & breakfast (STSA), Airbnb or extended families seeking dual living within the one property. Built in 1999, the cabin comprises of 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, laundry, open plan living and a wide full-length verandah which is the perfect position to overlook the property.
• Decorative ceiling roses & cornice
• Approx. 130yr old Jarrah/Cedar wood staircase
• Polished She-oak floorboards
• Antique leadlight windows & doors
• Claw Foot Baths
• Ceiling fans
• Fireplace & slow combustion wood fire
• Approx. 80m from main homestead
• Reverse cycle air-conditioning units
• Ceiling fans
• Slow Combustion wood heater
• Freestanding cooker
• Front & rear verandah
• Separate drive branching from main homestead
• 90m2 Under main roof
• Workshop (approx. 15m x 9m) Lights, Power
• Solar panels
• Fruit Tree Orchard (mulberry, stone fruits, citrus, apple, pear, pomegranate, almond, macadamia, fig, olive and grapes)
• Established vegetable garden
• Backs onto National Park
• Registered “Land for Wildlife” in 2006
• Carnaby Cockie and bat artificial nests boxes
• Landcare revegetation pockets
• 7 Water Tanks holding capacity approx. 352,000L
• Brockman River frontage
Chittering Valley is well known for its abundance of wildflowers and beautiful green rolling hills, bushwalking and nature trails, orchards and farms offering roadside fruit stalls. One must spend some time indulging in local wines and produce from various boutique wineries which form part of the Chittering Valley Wine Trail.
With close proximity to the new Northlink /Tonkin Highway extension, travel time will be reduced, making the valley a popular choice for rural living.
Viewing by appointment.
Contact our LOCAL
Rural Property Consultant
Kim Johnson on 0407 089 880
The particulars are supplied for information only and shall not be taken as a representation of the seller or its agent as to the accuracy of any details mentioned herein which may be subject to change at any time without notice. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.