6997 Dartmoor-Hamilton Rd, Hamilton, Glenelg Hopkins
Address: 6997 Dartmoor- Hamilton Rd, Hamilton 3300.
Size: 4.05 ha (10 acres)
Redgum Woodland - Bandicoot Recovery Area. This 10 acre property has 45 mature Red Gums and native shelter belts, in addition to 3 areas which have been set aside as future habitat for the Eastern Barred Bandicoot (ESO 1 of the Planning Scheme). The trees are protected by a 173 agreement under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
The area is teeming with native bird and animal life. The land is currently agisted to a local farmer, however any grazing management enterprise is possible.
The property features a modern, spacious, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 carport house with large kitchen/ dining/ lounge room overlooking stunning mature Red Gum parkland on all sides. All waste water is treated on site and returned to the native garden beds without odour. Drinking water is supplied by two 22,000l rainwater tanks.
A large (6 X 12 m) farm shed and a garden shed provide ample storage.
The house has been designed so that 2 additional rooms could easily be added by infilling the carports.
Directions: Address 6997 Dartmoor- Hamilton Rd, Hamilton 3300.
Only 5km from Hamilton on the Dartmoor Rd.
Blue House on the hill is approximately 2 km past the town boundary, on RHS.