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Deep in the heart of Western Australia's southern forests region, 107 Burma Road Pemberton offers new owners the opportunity to capitalise on subdivision development potential (STCA), landbank or value-add through agri-tourism. Within Pemberton's town boundary and abutting the district high school, 'Gloucester Ridge' is located on 20.61 hectares (50.9 acres) and zoned 'Future Development'.
Consisting of rich Karri loam soils this gently rolling property lies central to an area famed as an Australian food bowl, producing premier cool-climate wines, avocados, berries, nuts and more. An hour from the Margaret River region and just under four hours from Perth, Pemberton is ideally situated for exploring the south-west corner and its world-renowned national parks.
SHOWING REMARKABLE BLANK CANVAS POTENTIAL 'GLOUCESTER RIDGE' PROVIDES MULTIPLE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES, INCLUDING RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION (STCA) OR LANDBANKING TO CAPITALISE ON THE ZONING. Alternately it offers the ideal climactic and growing conditions for high-value crops, most notably avocados, grapes and the internationally sought-after Black Perigord truffles which are already successfully cultivated throughout the region.
Formerly home to Gloucester Ridge Winery, the property was previously planted to grapes including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. The restaurant cellar door has been used in recent years as a large, comfortable three bedroom home which offers an opportunity for further development to add-value. Perfect for entertaining, wide verandahs flank the Jarrrah weatherboard residence offering stunning views to the forests beyond.
Further onsite accommodation is provided by a three bedroom Hardiplank dwelling requiring improvement. A HUGE 40 MEGALITRE (APPROX.) DAM STOCKED WITH MARRON PROVIDES YEAR-ROUND IRRIGATION FOR THE PROPERTY, DROUGHT-PROOFING ANY FUTURE AGRICULTURAL OR HORTICULTURAL PURSUITS. The property's two dwellings have scope to be repurposed for boutique agritourism pursuits, including gourmet farmgate trails, Bed and Breakfast or self-catering accommodation for the many tourists that flock to the area each year.
The Pemberton region is surrounded by national parks, most notably D'Entrecasteaux National Park - a sensational stretch of Western Australian coastline that extends from Augusta to Walpole. Closer to town other tourism drawcards include the Gloucester Tree (the world's second tallest fire lookout tree, located across the road from 'Gloucester Ridge'), Cascades Waterfall and rocky rapids at Lefroy Brook.
Explore 'Gloucester Ridge's' investment potential further with Caporn Young Commercial Sales Agent Phil Hayes on 0420 200 773 . Call now to book your inspection and start planning for your future.
- Blank canvas investment opportunity, south-west corner
- 20.61 hectares freehold, future development zoning
- Capitalise on zoning: subdivide or landbank
- Expansive three bedroom Jarrah weatherboard residence
- Additional three bedroom cottage
- Rich karri loam soils, 40megalitre (approx.) dam
- Formerly planted to cool-climate grapes
- Pemberton southern forests region, Western Australia
- Australian foodbowl famed for truffle production
- 1 hour drive to Margaret River, 4 hour drive to Perth
- Surrounded by national parks, Karri forest
- Boutique agri-tourism accommodation potential: B+B, self-catering
SETTLEMENT: 30, 60, 90 or 120 days from the date of sale at the buyers nomination
These details are provided for information purposes only and do not form part of any contract and are not to be taken as a representation by the seller or their agent.